News and Prez Letter (8/1/20)

LET US KNOW…KASZ would like to start hosting activities virtually and we would like to know your interests. Please take time to email us your feedback on what activities you would participate in and your suggestions are welcomed as well.– Arts & Crafts: You will be given a list of items and where you can buy them

From the Prez 7/1/2020

Wish we had better news to tell you…. but in the lite of the Governor’s latest advise/orders, we do not have an open go-live date for KASZ yet.  When I get asked what date we will open, I reply that we are looking at Sept. 1 at best.  In the meantime, I want everyone reading

From the Prez (5/2020)

From the Prez…. Hello KASZ Seniors Hope you all are as well as could be expected.  If we can keep holding on we may be labeled the Enduring Generation” Looks like the city will be reviewing the Governors orders on May 18th and then pass down instructions for facility use.  We have no idea on what

From the Prez…

Hello KASZ Members,      Seems the talk of the world is on the Corona Virus. As a group organization we have to play our part to do what we can to protect our members especially the elderly and with medical conditions. KASZ will be suspending all activities for the month of March. Senior Safety First.     

Prez Letter (March 2020)

Hello KASZ Members,      I wish to welcome the many new members that have recently joined. I’m amazed with the talent and experience they bring to us. Some have already stepped up to get involved. Kathy Carpenter, a retired finance professional has agreed to replace Theresa (our current Treasurer) as she “retires” to travel. Also,

Prez Letter (2/15/20)

Hello KASZ Members, I want to thank many of the members and friends who have been reaching out to me. Barb has been gone two months now and I’m sure it will get easier someday.  I appreciate all the counseling and coaching I’m getting. The hugs really help. …. As a tribute to Barbara, I

President’s Letter (1/27/20)

Hello KASZ Members,     This year will be a bigger and busier year for KASZ members and the Board. I hope you will approach this new year with a new sense to volunteer.     Research shows that participating in meaningful volunteering activities promotes emotional and mental well-being. A study reported by the Journal of aging and

President’s Letter (1/7/20)

Hello KASZ Members,      I hope you are having a good New Year. As for me, I am hoping for a good New Year and that last year’s bad memories will be replaced with new ones. With the loss of my beloved Barbara, I have decided to stay on as your president because I am

Prez Letter (10/18/19)

From the Prez I would like to thank you all for the support for our float entry in the city’s Founders Day Parade. Special thanks to Peggy and Carl Gilson who chaired it and to the behind-the –scenes talented artist and decorators. Wow does KASZ have talent. We nailed it…..the excitement along the route was infectious.

Prez Letter (10/13/19)

From the PREZWelcome cooler weather. Finally we can reach for some long sleeves.                  The Parade Committee are working really hard to have an awesome first –ever float. We will need riders and walkers on the day of the parade. The parade is only one mile. Plz help!As we get into the flu season, remember to