Seven Lakes Kiwanis Install New Officers
The Seven Lakes Kiwanis Club held its annual banquet on Sept. 14.
This banquet brings the end of the year review with the awarding of special effort awards, and the installation of new officers.
Outgoing president Ed Schemp presented awards to Jack Lynn for his coordination of the Seven Lakes blood drives; to Ken Sparke for his diligent work as house chairman; to Fred Seufert for his continued hard work coordinating both the Seven Lakes bingo games and also the annual pancake breakfast; and Ken Jenkins, whose areas of assistance are too numerous to mention.
The prestigious annual "Kiwanian of the Year" award was presented to two people, Frank Krohn and Jim Davis, for the first time, for their efforts in public relations, and getting the news of the club's activities and accomplishments out to the larger community.
George Hillard, the district's lieutenant governor, was a guest, and after making a few comments about his plans for the coming year, praised the work of Ed Schemp, and formally installed Marty Matula as the incoming president.
Entertainment was supplied by a dance group of young girls ages 7-17 called Dance Impressions, from the North Moore area.
After a few comments by incoming President Marty Matula, he closed the meeting with his first official "ringing of the bell."
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