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  Date: Tuesday, November 21, 2006
Title: Float depicts Kiwanis' nature of togetherness

On Monday, January 1, a horse-drawn wagon bearing nature's bounty and Kiwanis-family members will rumble across a sunflower-lined arch bridge, and more than 150 other television stations worldwide will broadcast the symbolic crossing.

Proclaiming "Together We Can," the all-flower float is Kiwanis' entry in the 118th Rose Parade in Pasadena, California. The parade begins at 8 a.m. (PST). Among the list of networks broadcasting the parade live are: HGTV, ABC, NBC, Univision, Travel Channel, and Discovery HD.

The 2007 Kiwanis Rose Parade
float carries the theme,
"Together We Can."

Among the Kiwanis float's passenger list are: International President Nelson Tucker and First Lady Elva; Circle K, Key Club, KIWIN's, and Special Olympic representatives, as well as Kiwanis dignitaries.

Regarding the 2007 Kiwanis entry, the Kiwanis Club of Rosefloat of Pasadena, California, Web site notes: "Kiwanians are justifiably proud of the enhancement of children's lives, which we provide with our altruistic service for the improvement of our communities. Not only are we saving lives as we have done through our Worldwide Service Project, but making lives better each day, one community at a time, one child at a time."

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