Here is the information regarding bowling April 8th at 2 pm Poelking Lanes on Woodman. We have two teams, Tony started a second team and has already raised $200 check the links to the internet to join our second team and bring your kids or grand kids, up to 12 they bowl free and the gutter rails will be up for them Tony. Each team gets free drinks and a pizza. Only pay $8 for shoes but try to raise money to help the kids in our community. If you can't bowl with us, consider donating on line $5 or more, every dollar helps.

Here is a video of Dan Trick's presentation to our Civitans yesterday:

https://youtu.be/V5mnmUl97tI

Ė Civitan Club of Dayton Poelking Lanes Golf Fund Raiser for Junior Achievement. Looking for 3 more not so good bowlers or sponsors for our teams. Contact Tony Massoud at 937-238-0595. Saturday, April 8, 2017 at Poelking Woodman Lanes 3200 Woodman Dr. Dayton, Ohio https://intelis.net/2017DaytonBAT/peHome.html?A=12877  to make a donation

https://intelis.net/2017DaytonBAT/peJoinGroup3.html?G=2644 to join our team

More April Programs

Best Regards!

Tony Massoud 
937-238-0595



Dear Civitans,

Because we are now meeting at a wonderful Historic Location for Lunches, we decided at the last meeting to begin having programs at our lunches and business meetings at our 5th Thursday of the quarter.
Dayton Woman's Club
Dayton Woman's Club
225 N Ludlow St.
Dayton, OH 45402


Dear Civitans,

From Saturday, April 23, 2016...

Here is an example of taking a Saturday to spend quality time with other Civitans from the Civitan Cardinal District at Echoing Hills Campground, These grounds have 75 residents with disabilities year round living there and during the summer, each week 66 campers of all ages.

The video is an excellent opportunity to learn more about this facility and programs in many other locations. Please take the time to watch the short presentation and photos of your officers and club members working on a very satisfying program.

To watch videos copy and paste link below

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vj_ZqXm5Reo

To see photos, copy and paste link below https://www.flickr.com/photos/15484248@N07/shares/6Qgick

Or visit the website http://www.civitancardinaldistrict.org/cardinal-district-documents/photo-gallery/

Blessings!
Tony Massoud

Check out the link below to more of the photos and links to your brief presentations:
https://www.facebook.com/Civitan-Club-of-Dayton-144659525875109/?fref=ts 


Celebrating 95 Years !
Visit the Facebook link for the
Friday evening celebration event.
I had a fantastic time and I can't say enough
about the support we received from
Bill Buscher Civitan's International President,
the Civitan's in the Cardinal District
and the support from our Mayor, Commissioners,
Senators, Congressional representatives, and URS.
See Facebook page

See Video

For the URS Bar Stool FUNdRaiser, it was FUN and everyone I visited at the bars seem to be enjoyng the work they were doing. I uploaded my photos to Snapfish and to access them, if you do not have a Snapfish account, create one, it is free and assign an account name and password and you can use it all the time to save photo albums and videos.
 See Snapfish photos

Tony's Facebook page

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We meet for lunches 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month and a business meeting on the month with 5 Thursday's.

New Members

Tom Webb

Tom is the Director of the Office of Disability Services at Wright State University. He comes to Ohio from the University of Delaware, where he served as their ADA/Section 504 Compliance Officer and as the Director of Disability Support Services. He has also held director positions at McDaniel College and Chesapeake College, both in Maryland, and taught classes in undergraduate and graduate programs on disability studies, special education and special education law Tom Webb

Tom is the Director of the Office of Disability Services at Wright State University. He comes to Ohio from the University of Delaware, where he served as their ADA/Section 504 Compliance Officer and as the Director of Disability Support Services. He has also held director positions at McDaniel College and Chesapeake College, both in Maryland, and taught classes in undergraduate and graduate programs on disability studies, special education and special education law

Tom served for two years in Washington, D.C., as a Kennedy Disability Policy Fellow, which included working with the 110th Congress on multiple policy issues related to education, labor and disability. His efforts in that role included negotiating and drafting the Americans with Disabilities Act of 2008. In 2009, he was appointed by the governor of Maryland as chair of the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council. Tom earned his bachelorís degree in Political Science and masterís degree in Psychology from Washington College in Maryland, and is a doctoral candidate in Education: Innovation and Leadership at Wilmington University in Delaware.

Becca Webb

Becca followed her husband from the Eastern Shore of Maryland, where she worked as an Accounts Receivable Specialist at her alma mater, Chesapeake College. She also was a DJ/MC for Steve Moodyís Entertainment Connection, entertaining at weddings, reunions, and birthday parties throughout the Eastern Shore. She used these financial and entertainment skills profusely in her roles as President, Treasurer, and Secretary for the Hugh Gregory Gallagher Motivational Theatre company (HGGMT) she chaired back in Maryland. She credits her husband and HGGMT with her desire to help, spread awareness and stop the stigma surrounding people with disabilities, and continues to do this with her membership here at Civitan and with the student-run group, Abilities United, at Wright State University.

Becca, holding associateís degrees in Liberal Arts and in Human Services: Mental Health, is currently pursuing a bachelorís in Liberal Arts at Wright State University. She also is working part-time as an Accounting Clerk for the Wright State University Foundation and is an active member in the mentorship program, choir, and bell choir at Davidís UCC in Kettering. In her spare time, she loves to sing, act, dance, and make friends!

Elmer Querubin

It is a genuine hope and passion of mine to see people achieve the results they have dreamed of. I specialized in three areas of growth: Leadership Development, Career Enhancement, and Personal Development. I believe that I am uniquely prepared to train, speak, and coach in these areas because of four equally important areas.

1. My Leadership and Personal Experiences - I have been involved in leadership and career changes all of my life. I was hired by Word International Ministries, Seattle to be the Youth Leader in 2000. Under my leadership, the youth group doubled in size. I help create and established the youth band and a youth drama group. In 2006, while in the military I founded the Airmen's Council for the 88th Medical Laboratory Flight. In 2008, I was the Leadership Leader for Fusion, a subset of the 88th Chaplaincy Young Adult's ministry. Currently, I am the president and CEO of the a company I started called Cherub Defense, LLC.

2. My Certifications and Endorsements - I am certified by two world renowned endorsement and certification programs. The John Maxwell Team headed by Leadership Guru Dr. John C Maxwell and the 48 Days Company which is founded by Author, Speaker, and Executive Coach Dan Miller.

3. My Teaching and Training Experiences - I have been teaching, training, and speaking since 1999. I have taught spiritual classes which included biblical studies to marriage enrichment courses to military and civilian personnel. I have taught and spoke on financial courses through Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University. I still continue to teach on personal development, leadership, and career seminars today.

4. My continuing passion to see people grow - It's the truth. I want to see people walk in a direction towards their potential and live a life that is full of joy, purpose, and dreams. I find joy when people are living out their purpose and I enjoy the process of helping them find it, reach it, and achieve it.

Jeri Birnbaum

Vice President of Community Affairs at Gem City/Hill Top Development and Housing, Inc.
Former Chaplain/Pastor at United States Air Force
Past: Gem City-Hill Top Community Development and Dayton City School District
Studied Pastoral Ed./Clinical Pastoral Education at United Theological Seminary
Past: Wright State University and Julianne High School

More details to follow


Lauren King


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Dayton Civitan Honor Award 2010/a>

Civitan URS Christmas Wreath Order Form

Marcella Barrett, Keynote Speaker at CIVITAN and LIONS Clubs' combined Luncheon, April 1, 2010
Noted Children's Book Author Marcella Barrett
was the Keynote Speaker at April 1, 2010
combined Civitan & Lions Clubs Luncheon


December 2th URS WDTN TV Channel Telethon Donation from 12 to 12:30 PM. Five Civitans worked the phones and the club donated $1000. Tony Massoud did a 2 minute interview on WDTN after the Civitan Volunteers did the phone bank work and spoke about Civitans and their involvement with URS. URS raised more than $123,000 during the telethon. The club also donated a Christmas Candy Wreath to Mark Allen TV announcer at WDTN.

Visit website to video of interview:

Civitans on phone bank:

Also here is the Candy wreath order form to help URS Clients

 

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Needless to say, the turnout for our 85th Celebration was a great success.

A history of Dayton Civitan was displayed on two large 8 foot tables. There were certificates and plaques from Dayton's 80th anniversary celebration as well as newsletters from the 70's.

It was great to have a full room of Civitans and friends for the luncheon. Ed Baum, immediate Past President gave us some background of the history of Civitan and installed the new officers.

Sharon Hessoun, immediate Past Governor, Cardinal District did the intiation of Gregory Wonka as a new Civitan member.

Our Area Director Ray Wagers and wife Ruth made the trip up from Fairfield to join us.

Our new officers are: Anthony Massoud, President Stanley Wyllie, President Elect Doug Kneisly, Treasurer Al Pierce, Board Member Michael King.

Past President Board Member Dan Barrett our web master and past president of Civitan joined us as well as Dottie Thompson who brought her husband Richard.

Our next Civitan luncheon is October 17th with Rev. Foster of Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, who heads up group Young Disciples, Inc./Shining Stars.

Please plan on attending our luncheons, we always manage to have great programs.

Best Regards!
Tony Massoud
Immediate Past President, Presidents Club of Dayton and President Dayton Civitan Club

 

Tony Massoud receives ADA Volunteer award from Jennifer Hemmer, ADA Marketing Representative.

 

Our club is an active service and network organization that has been around for 95 years!

We encourage you to call, email or just drop in to check us out for yourself.

Everyone is WELCOMED!! We are a community service organization that you will be proud to be a member.

 

The CIVITAN CREED

I AM CIVITAN, as old as life, as young as the rainbow, as endless as time.

MY HANDS do the work of the world and reach out in service to others.

MY EARS hear the cry of children and the call throughout the world for peace, guidance, progress, and unity.

MY EYES search for others to join in the fellowship and service of Civitan.

MY MOUTH utters the call to daily duty and speaks prayers in every tongue.

MY MIND teaches me respect for law and the flag of my country.

MY HEART beats for every friend, bleeds for every injury to humanity, and throbs with joy at every triumph of truth.

MY SOUL knows no fear but its own unworthiness.

MY HOPE is for a better world through Civitan.

MY MOTTO: Builders of good citizenship.

MY BELIEF: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

MY PLEDGE: To practice the Golden Rule and build upon it a better and nobler citizenship

 

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