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Kiwanis member Tim Burchill introduced speaker Doug Panchot at the April 3 club meeting. Panchot is the executive director at Eventide Jamestown in Jamestown. Eventide is a faith-based, nonprofit senior health care organization whose history date...

 

Kiwanis member Tim Burchill introduced speaker Doug Panchot at the April 3 club meeting.

Panchot is the executive director at Eventide Jamestown in Jamestown. Eventide is a faith-based, nonprofit senior health care organization whose history dates back 60 years. It has approximately 1,200 employees, of which 200 are in Jamestown. Panchot shared information about the new assisted living facility that opened in January with 43 units. There are one- and two-bedroom options with a kitchen, laundry, weekly housekeeping, daily activities, fitness room and underground parking. Rent also includes 30 meals a month, in addition to a continental breakfast. Panchot said there are still some units available. For more information, contact Patrick Krejci, housing manager, at 952-5802 or Patrick. krejci@eventide.org .

President Amanda Thrift led the meeting attended by 26 members and two guests. Guests included the speaker and one high school Key Club member, Mara Lafevre. Don Bentz led group singing accompanied by Burchill. Lindsey Vogel collected “Happy Dollars” for the Salvation Army. Vogel was the member spotlight for the club, sharing information about herself with club members. She has been working for four years with their family business, Witthauer Investment and Insurance. Vogel and her husband recently had a baby girl, and in her free time she coaches girls hockey and refs youth soccer.

Member Don Caine will introduce the speaker at the Monday, April 17, Kiwanis meeting.

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