Special Edition
THE GOVERNOR'S QUACKER
2019-2020 Governor Allen Yergovich

Hello Florida Kiwanians!

There will be a free nationwide screening of the film “No Small Matter” Live on Facebook and Twitter next Thursday, June 25 .

Back when we could still meet in person, we were just starting to promote screenings of the film. It is a very well done documentary that explains the importance of early childhood education/development on our economy, our military, and most every other aspect of society.  

This can still be an opportunity to get new potential members involved in what we do. Invite everyone you know. Form a safe watch party. Or use Facebook’s watch party function. Have a Zoom meeting to discuss the film.  

Please check below for trailers , registration links , and more information.

Thank you for participating in this YC:PO project, and Enjoy the Show!


Allen Yergovich
Governor - Florida District of Kiwanis International 
#KidsNeedKiwanis #FLKiwanis #GetQuacking
No Small Matter
Click to watch the No Small Matter film trailer:
About the Film
America’s early learning infrastructure was fragile even before COVID-19. But the pandemic has pushed it to the brink of collapse. Half of all child care sites are currently shuttered, and the ones that remain open do so at great risk to the health of providers and their families. With no other option but to stay home with their infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, millions of parents will be unable to return to work, paralyzing efforts to restart the nation’s economy. What has suddenly become searingly self-evident is that early education is essential. Put simply, America doesn’t work without it.

That's why on June 25, ABCinemaNOW Live will present an unprecedented Facebook Live screening event designed to generate support for the urgent action needed to tackle America’s childcare crisis. Everyday Heroes: Celebrating Early Educators, Supporting Families will feature the national streaming premiere of the documentary No Small Matter (Executive Produced by Alfre Woodard), followed by a live panel discussion highlighting the devastating impact of COVID-19 on children, families, and caregivers, and in turn, on the economy. Woven throughout the event will be video messages from celebrities, cultural influencers, and frontline workers thanking early educators for the challenging, exhausting, and essential work they do every day.


For content submission, contact
Angie Bailey, 2019-2020 Communications Chair
via email at anyoli@gmail.com

Submissions are due by the 10th of the month.