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Con­duct­ing For­mu­la work­shops at Dis­trict con­ven­tions
con­tin­ue to give me opti­mist out­looks for our future.

I am ask­ing for your vote. It is a choice that requires care­ful thought and con­sid­er­a­tion.

To be hon­ored with your vote, you must trust that I will work to build a stronger Kiwa­nis orga­ni­za­tion. I ask that you read my bio, my civic and work­ing world pages, to have a bet­ter sense of who I am; a Kiwan­ian ded­i­cat­ed to strength­en­ing exist­ing clubs and open­ing new ones.

I leave the rest to my most ardent sup­port­er and bru­tal­ly hon­est crit­ic, my wife, Julia.

Gary

Why Should You Vote for Gary?

I have worked along­side Gary as an equal part­ner for almost 30 years and wit­nessed his com­mit­ment to improv­ing our local com­mu­ni­ty and our Kiwa­nis com­mu­ni­ty. Everyone’s life is finite so choos­ing to devote more years of ser­vice to Kiwa­nis is a seri­ous fam­i­ly deci­sion. I sup­port him 100 per­cent. I would ask that you do so as well.

Gary has the com­mit­ment and pas­sion nec­es­sary to fight for the sur­vival of Kiwa­nis. He has first hand expe­ri­ence in increas­ing our mem­ber­ship from his time as Club Pres­i­dent to Dis­trict For­mu­la Chair to KI Mem­ber­ship Chair. He knows that with­out grow­ing clubs we will die as an orga­ni­za­tion.  We can’t let that hap­pen.

Gary has exper­tise in under­stand­ing tech­nol­o­gy today, using it to com­mu­ni­cate effec­tive­ly and know­ing how it applies to the growth of our orga­ni­za­tion.  I don’t under­stand half of what he is talk­ing about …

Julia and Gary prepar­ing some well-deserved snacks for Jamaican Key Club­bers after a day of paint­ing and clean-up.

He has spent his life in busi­ness and in Kiwa­nis, work­ing along­side vol­un­teers. He knows you can’t tell vol­un­teers what to do. You can try to inspire them to want to do some­thing. He is adamant that KI is here to serve you, our Kiwa­nis mem­bers. It’s not the oth­er way around.

Gary has spent years of pub­lic ser­vice lead­ing board meet­ings.  He knows how to chair a meet­ing where all the voic­es at the table are heard and respect­ed. He believes in trans­paren­cy, open­ness and ful­ly informed deci­sions.

Gary was raised in the hos­pi­tal­i­ty busi­ness and learned very quick­ly that we are all account­able for our suc­cess­es and our fail­ures. He was trained to lis­ten to com­plaints, not to make excus­es and to look for cre­ative solu­tions to dif­fi­cult prob­lems.

Last­ly, Gary is a tal­ent­ed moti­va­tor, a skilled pre­sen­ter, whose goal is to help oth­ers suc­ceed.

What I have learned:  Gary is the right person for the challenges ahead in Kiwanis …

… just don’t ask him to kill a spider …

… he hates those things.

Thank you,

Julia

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