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How our website works:

 

When you first visit our website you normally are greeted by what is called our "Home Page."  It is filled with underscored "links."


In the center column of the Home Page you will find links labeled
"Click here to contact us" and "Site Map (initial visitors start here)."

 

The main feature of the center column is presently a listing of current Kiwanis and Rosemead related news items, frequently with additional links.  To the left and right sides of the Home Page are a number of links to other pages on the website.

 

Letting your mouse hover over any link frequently causes a brief summary of the link to appear. Clicking on any link causes another window to open to the desired page.  It is likely that you reached this Site Map page by clicking on the Home Page link labeled "Site Map."

 

What the Site Map page is all about:

 

The site map page (which is what you are reading right now) repeats all the non-news links on the Home Page.  In most cases their browser highlight summaries (discussed above) are printed out. A little additional information about each link is also given.  This is intended to help visitors easily learn about and access materials available on our website.

 

OUR PROGRAMS

 

   Meetings [Location, time, agenda, ]

 

            (Information on upcoming Rosemead Kiwanis/Rosemead Kiwanis Toastmaster meetings plus times

         and locations of meetings of other area Kiwanis Clubs; as available we also publish meeting location,

         time, and website information on Rosemead Family Club (RFC) groups.   

 

    Bulletins

 

         Since 2008 as a service to the community the RKC has published a free e-mail newsletter

         under the title RKC Reporter.  It is focused on community events and issue.  Past issues

         of these newsletters are archived for reference.  It should be noted that this publication is

        separate from the RKC Kwanicle, an  internal newsletter for K-Family members.

 

   Newsletter/Publications [.pdf files]

      

(Copies of all RKC Reporter Newsletters and selected Kiwanis-affiliated groups are provided.  So are publications of selected other groups, particularly those in the Rosemead area. The phrase .pdf means “Portable Document Format.” This refers to a file type. It requires users to have a special Adobe Acrobat Reader program supplied on most computers. This program can also be obtained free via download at adobe.com.)

          

     After School [Our biggest ongoing project]

   

(Our biggest club activity category. It embraces several after school groups and activities in different schools using both our resources and grants from others.)

 

      Business Networking [Information for entrepreneurs]

 

                     (This link is not yet operational and has been suppressed from view)

 

(Kiwanis started with small businesspersons and local community leaders helping one another.  We intend to continue this tradition by providing links to numerous resources.)    

 

   Consumer Awareness [Information we all can use]

 

                      (This link is not yet operational and has been suppressed from view)

   

(Kiwanis-affiliated businesses know that consumers are their bread and butter. We therefore facilitate access to information helpful to consumers.)

 

   Food Distribution [Insuring against involuntary hunger]

   

                     (This link is not yet operational and has been suppressed from view)

 

(Our Club, and other Kiwanis-affiliated and community groups throughout Los Angeles County, support the Food Bank network, Postal Employees collection efforts, Meals on Wheels program and similar efforts at preventing hunger in our communities.)

 

   Health Protection [Influenza, nutrition and general health needs]

                      

(Our Club, in concert with other community groups, supports the Kiwanis International influenza protection campaign plus other health and nutrition initiatives.)

   

   Pregnancy/Preschool  [Pre-natal and preschool needs]

   

(Our Club is concerned with addressing the needs of prospective parents and those with preschool age children and makes available a number of educational brochures.)

 

   Reading/Literacy Programs

 

          (Our Club actively supports RIF (Reading is Fundamental) and other reading programs

          for Rosemead youth)

 

   Young Children - Priority One  [Kiwanian brochures and programs]

 

(Our Club supports this initiative of Kiwanis International through literature and available educational programs to be co-sponsored with interested Church, Civic and/or non-profit groups.)

 

CENTER COLUMN:

 

   Site Map [Where to find it]

 

(This is the page you are currently reading)

 

   Contact Us [How to reach us]

 

          (A portal to our kcrosemead@aol.com email address)

 

   Subscriber/Sponsor/Member Portal [What we offer selected groups]

 

                         (This link is not yet operational and has been suppressed from view)

 

        (Special pages, which in the future members of designated groups will be able to access with a Password)

 

   Current News [What's Happened Lately]

 

          (Breaking Kiwanis and Rosemeadrelated news - usually less than a month old)

OUR LEGACY   [ Starting on the top right column]:

 

       Kiwanis International [History and structure – we are not alone]

 

(Kiwanis is actually a family of organizations.  Here we introduce you to them)

 

       Rosemead Kiwanis [Our roots and heritage]

 

(Our club has a heritage that underlies its current efforts. We think understanding that heritage is vital.)

       Cal-Nev-Ha District [Our Nearest Neighbors]

 

         (Our Club is part of a three state sub-set of Kiwanis to which we relate in several ways)

 

COMMUNITY LINKS

      

       Business Links [Rosemead area businesses on the Internet]

 

        (This link is not yet operational and has been suppressed from view)

 

(Kiwanis interacts with the business community. We are therefore happy to list those Rosemead businesses in our area with an Internet presence.  Those with whom we directly work on various projects are given special emphasis.)

      

       Spiritual Enrichment Links [Rosemead area religion on the Internet]

 

(Kiwanis respects religious traditions and values; in 1935 the first  "Support of Churches in their Spiritual Aims" program was adopted. We are therefore happy to list those religious organizations in the Rosemead area and environs. Those with whom we directly work on various projects are given special emphasis.)

      

       Govt/Social Services Links [Rosemead area govt agencies on the Internet]

 

Kiwanis interacts with government agencies. As an example, by formal resolution since 1932 the group has been dedicated to "support for schools, employment stabilization, economy in government, and the promotion of good citizenship." We are therefore happy to list government and social services agencies in Rosemead and environs, in many cases with links and remarks on their programs.  Those with whom we directly work on various projects are given special emphasis.

      

       Organization Links [Rosemead area organizations on the Internet]

 

(Kiwanis interacts with other community organizations (see under government and Social Services above). We are therefore happy to list those organizations in Rosemead and environs.  Those with whom we directly work on various projects are given special emphasis.)

      

       Education and Recreation [Rosemead area schools and recreation

         opportunities]

 

(Kiwanis interacts with the scholastic community (see under government and Social Services above).. We are therefore happy to list the scholastic and recreational institutions in Rosemead with details of their programs and activities.  Those with whom we directly work on various projects are given special emphasis.)

 

OUR ROSEMEAD KIWANIS AFFILIATES:

 

       Aktion Clubs [Kiwanis for challenged adults]

 

          (Kiwanis-sponsored clubs for the able but  physically and mentally challenged adults. Our Club has

       an over forty year involvement with the Lincoln Training Center, now situs for the western San Gabriel

       Valley Aktion Club.)

 

       Builders [Kiwanis in Junior/Intermediate Age Group]

 

(This link features discussion of our sponsored affiliates of the International network of Kiwanis affiliated Builders Clubs for Middle School age youth.)

 

       Circle-K Clubs [Kiwanis after High School]

 

            (This link leads to a discussion of the International network of Kiwanian affiliated Circle K Clubs

         for those in college)

 

       K-Kids Clubs [Kiwanis in Elementary School]

 

            (This link leads to a discussion of the International network of Kiwanian affiliated K-Kids Clubs for

          Elementary age youth.)

 

       KEY/KIWIN'S Clubs [Kiwanis in High School]

 

             (This link leads to a discussion of our involvement with affiliates of the International network of Kiwanian

           affiliated KEY/KIWIN'S Clubs for High School age youth.)

 

       Rosemead Kiwanis Foundation [Our own non-profit affiliate]

 

 (The actual non-profit entity through which our Club channels financial support)