Patricia A. “Pattie” Heath, age 67 of Collinsville, IL, born July 9, 1950 in St. Louis, MO passed away on Sunday, January 7, 2018 at her residence.
Pattie worked as a legal secretary for Erdmann Law in Fairview Heights, IL. She was an Air Force veteran, a member of Navigation Church in Collinsville, IL, and Aglow. She was very involved in Kiwanis having served as District Governor for the Illinois/Iowa District, Lt. Governor of Division 34, and past club secretary for the Fairview Heights Kiwanis.
President Patti Thomas pins new members Julia Hommel, Rodger Allison, Billie Snively, and Michelle Eastman at the Belleville Kiwanis Club Holiday Party on December 28, 2017. New members are vital to the strength and vitality of any organization. Bringing fresh ideas and energy to the Belleville Kiwanis Club, these members have already made an impact by helping to make the Christmas Tree Lot a success. Other areas they are instrumental in the Club’s success is the Designer Purse Bingo, media relations, and Cub Scout Charter.
After the grand success of the inaugural Designer Purse BINGO held last fall, it returns on February 18, 2018. There is no better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than with the Belleville Kiwanis Club as we raise money for projects that benefit the children in our community. Join us at the Quail Club at 8303 Concordia Rd. in Belleville.
Yes Ladies! You too can leave the afternoon’s festivities with a purse or purses from designer brands Coach, Michael Kors, Dooney & Bourke, and Kate Spade. This is not for the feint of heart though. The competition is intensely fun!
Guys, this is that perfect gift for your Valentine! Your gift allows your sweetheart to get together with friends and meet new ones as she competes for her own designer purse. She will come home with a bounce in her step and a smile on her face after such a fun day out with the girls. She may even have a new expensive purse on her arm.
Spending the evening with good friends is always fun. Spending it with the Bellville Kiwanians is a blast! Not only were the members of the Belleville Kiwanis Club having a good time together, they were wrapping books, toys, games, clothes, and other gifts for a local family. The meeting hall was filled with Christmas paper, tape, scissors, bags, and laughter.