Seven Lakes Kiwanis Introduces Officers
On Tuesday, Sept. 13, the Seven Lakes Kiwanis introduced new officers for 2011-2012.
Of special interest was the announcement of the newly elected lieutenant governor of Division 10 of the Carolinas, Ken Jenkins, a north side Seven Laker.
Jenkins has 11 Kiwanis clubs reporting to him. He joins an elite duo of former Kiwanian overachievers who have served in this position in the past, Jay Stemmer and Andy Lowe. Jenkins was also named the local club's Kiwanian of the Year.
Outgoing president Marty Matula announced the installation of the following new officers: Bud Daraugh, president; John Clohessy, president-elect; Ed Schemp, treasurer; Pat Weber and John Strohmenger, new directors.
Matula also honored nine Kiwanians with special appreciation awards for their "duty over and beyond the call" for services during his watch. Recipients included Ed Schemp, Pat Weber, John Clohessy, Gerry Buelow, John Shaughnessy, Lee Ann McClendon, John Strohmenger, Jack Lynn and Frank Krohn.
The Seven Lakes Kiwanis Club has the mission of serving the community and its children, and is always looking for new members. Their meetings are at the Seven Lakes Country Club on Tuesdays at 11:30 a.m.
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