Thanks to KTVZ and Bob Shaw for the publicity
on the morning show’s 21& You Calendar.
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Bob Shaw of KTVZ Television, an NBC station here in Bend, spoke to the Bend Kiwanis. Visitors from the Sisters Kiwanis Club attended. Bob spoke about how the station works, how he is up and at work in the wee hours of the morning to prepare for the weather forecast when we are waking up at normal hours. Bob spoke about his personal background and journey that led him to television. You can read more about Bob at this link.
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Bend’s Sewer Infrastructure Advisory Committee members from the City of Bend will present a speakers forum at our club meeting on February 27, 2014 at Noon at the Bend Golf & Country Club. Visitors Welcome!
The Committee Members:
Lynn Putnam is a relative new Bend resident, but long-time Oregonian interested in representing citizen concerns on city infrastructure projects. Trained in environmental science, she was a planner for Metro and Clackamas County on wetlands and watershed projects. She served two years on the board of Tualatin Valley Water District, a municipal water provider in Beaverton, OR.
Casey Roats is a lifelong resident and owner of Roats Water, a privately owned water company in Bend. He has used his knowledge and technical background in operations and maintenance, and general utilities infrastructure in his service on the Sewer Infrastructure Advisory Group and Infrastructure Advisory Committee for the City of Bend. He also served on the National FFA Officer nomination committee.
Staffer: Tom Hickmann is a civil engineer with over 20 years’ experience in wastewater, stormwater, water supply, water rights, system design, distribution design and operations, hydraulic modeling, utility management, and utility master planning.
Mr. Hickmann is the City of Bend Engineering & Infrastructure Planning Department Director focusing on oversight and implementation of all master plans and capital improvement projects.
He has been credited with bringing innovative ideas to the City, solving challenging issues. The City was the first entity to use low cost tank mixing technology. He introduced hydraulic modeling techniques, and implemented an enhanced modeling analysis which has been used as an example nationally, for assessing future infrastructure needs of growing communities.
Kiwanis Club of Bend Celebrates 90 Years of Service
When: May 16, 2014
Where: Bend Golf and Country Club, 61045 Country Club Dr., Bend Oregon
What: Dinner & No Host Bar/Silent Auction 5:30pm
Silent Auction to Benefit Kiwanis Doernbecher Children’s Cancer Hospital
$25.00 per person
Can pay at the door, however need an RSVP by April 25, 2014
Questions/RSVP call 541-617-0003
Visa and Mastercard Accepted
Come Celebrate 90 year of Bend Kiwanis Club – WATCH FOR MORE DETAILS TO COME.
Are you looking for ways to get to know people in your community? To connect with others—and get involved in projects that change lives? Then you’ve come to the right place. Kiwanis is all about making friends—and making an impact—in your local community.
Join us – Click here to learn how.
Come to a meeting – no obligation.
Meetings are held most Thursdays at 12:00 PM at the Bend Golf and Country Club. (arrive 10-15 minutes early). Some Thursdays, we visit other Kiwanis clubs for Interclub Meetings, so call 541-617-0003 to make sure we are at our usual location at: Bend Golf and Country Club 61045 Country Club Drive Bend, OR 97702 For More information, visit the Meetings & Visitors Page.
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