Rosemead Kiwanis Club
"Serving the Community Since 1945"
The Fax of Life
A weekly inspiration, courtesy of the Kiwanis Club of Scott's Valley
September 2, 2013 Volume 19, Number 38
I WAS RAISED
I didn't just "grow up.” I was taught:
To speak when I enter a room
To say “please” and “thank you.”
To respect my elders and
to get off my lazy butt and
let the elder in the room
have my chair.
To say “yes,sir,” and “no, sir."
To lend a helping hand to those in need.
To hold the door open for the person behind me.
To say ‘excuse me’ when it is needed.
To love people for who they are,
not what I can get from them
To treat people the way I want to be treated
Remember, growing old is mandatory; growing up is optional.
--- Author unknown
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The Kiwanis Club of Scott's Valley normally meets at Bruno's Restaurant in Scott's Valley, CA, on Wednesdays at 7 am (second week of the month at 5:00 pm) - see the Scott's Valley Kiwanis website @ http://svkiwanis.org for details; The Kiwanis Club of Rosemead normally meets on Thursdays at 12:10 in Rosemead, CA - see the Rosemead Kiwanis website @ http://rosemeadkiwanis.org for confirmation and directions. Visitors are welcome to attend meetings of either club anytime.
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