CAPITAL DISTRICT KIWANIS HISTORY

CLUBS, Old-Divisions-New, Regions, Links, Leadership, People

KIWANIS CLUB OF LOCH RAVEN, MARYLAND
Organized December 14, 1950. Charter February 1, 1951.
Sponsors Towson and Parkville, MD
was Division 6, 12, New Division 6
Mason Dixon Region
Key #03575
112th District Club
Population (1950) 120

1949
Division 6
(Note, this club has been updated according to their 50th Birthday.
Activities span from 1950 to 1999

Norris King, President of the Parkville Club and Malcolm Niefield, Past President, along with members of the Towson Club, determined a need to form a club in the Loch Raven area.

A membership drive took place at the Arnolia Church on Joppa and Oakleigh Roads, but, unfortunately, the membership drive was not successful.

One year later, J. Henry Frick, Lt. Governor of the Baltimore City Club, and C. Walter Cole, past Governor of the Towson Club, along with Noris and Malcolm called upon Ernie Trimble, an attorney, and Steve Stevens, a real estate management official, to canvass the Loch Raven community. These men were able to solicit sufficient individuals to form the Kiwanis Club of Loch Raven.

The Capital District Governor at that time was D. Hurd Good from Martinsville VA

Most of these Charter Members were educators, a few were attorneys, as well as a sampling of individuals who owned and maintained businesses along Loch Raven Boulevard.

Dec. 4, 1950
Charter President Ernest C. Trimble

Club received its Charter 12-4-50.

Charter members: Frederick J. Beste, Jr., John F. Bosdie, C. Marshall Covelly, James M. Crosby, P.F. Cuttino, George S. Ennis, Jr., Albert B. Hargreaves, Dudley C. Hoffman, John R. Kirkpatrick, Harvey W. Kreuzburg, Jr., Clarke Langrall, John D. Lombardi, Charles M.G. MacVicar, Ralph R. Martin, Jr., William J. McDonald, Louis P. McIntyre, Frank A. Muzzullo, Donald J. O'Rourke, Carmen F. Palumbo, Harold K. Plantholt, Herbert R. Ricketts, Carl "Dusty" Rhoades, Maurice W. Roberts, Robert J. Shockley, O. Ellsworth Stevens, Ernest C. Trimble, William H. Walker, G. Thomas Weiss.

1951
(Volume 7)
President Ernest C. Trimble, Secretary James M. Crosby
Membership 25, Attendance 87%

On February 1, 1951, Charter Night was held at the Charles Room at the Belvedere. Two hundred people were in attendance at the cost of $6.00 per person.

The famous talent show was born. (And the label "Honest Ernie" was coined).

The first fund raiser was selling Buyer's Guides within the village.

Visitations were started to Prince George's Cottage at the Maryland Training School.

The club's first meeting place was the Orchard Inn. Later, it was moved to the Loch Raven Elementary School.

During the first year, the club lost many members but still managed to survive.

1952
Division 12
President O. Elsworth Stevens, Secretary Charles L. Schobel Jr
Membership 20, Attendance 97%

Steve was called "the model president" because he modeled Marlboro shirts and was seen on billboards throughout Baltimore.

The budget for that year: income $1,293, dues $16 per person, expenses $1,171, and social committees $450.

The Vocational Guidance committee was formed.

A carnival was the fund raiser under the direction of Jack Masket.

The President's scrapbook had its beginning.

Peerce's Plantation was engaged for the club's meeting place.

As a new club, we tied with the Glen Burnie Club for first place in the divisional standings.

1953
President George Ennis, Secretary G. Marshall Covelly
Membership Jan 1 - 21, Attendance 98%

The club continues growth and prospers.

1954
President Robert J. Shockley, Secretary G. Marshall Covelly
Membership Jan 1 - 31, Attendance 98%

Kiwives (an organization for the wives of members) begins.

Hillendale Swim Club project starts. The pool leased for $4,000 per year.

The famous flag sales found Paul Cox selling flags to the community of Loch Raven and, we note, Paul was wearing a cast on his broken leg. $2,210 was realized.

Loud shirt and tie night begins.

Formation of the first scholarship fund had $50 set aside.

This was the year of the Kiwanis Rabbit Sweepstakes.

The club along with the Optimists clubs, sponsored the Little League Parade.

The Board of Directors approves no more than 10% of pool profits could be used for general club activities.

1955
President William H. Holland, Secretary G. Marshall Covelly
Membership Jan 1 - 32, Attendance 96%

Fund raising activities consisted of a Spring Dance, Flag Campaign, and a Halloween Dance.

1956
President Lou MacIntire

Kiwanian of the Year begins.

Lou dies in office. The Hillendale Pool is dedicated in his name.

1957
President Clarke Langrall, Secretary G. Marshall Covelly
LG William H. Holland

Inducted 10 new members.

Instituted the Kiwanisgram, a newsletter.

The Board of Directors elected first vice president via a conference call.

Budget for services was $1,860.

Members assessed for Charter Night deficit.

1958
President B. Melvin Cole, Secretary G. Marshall Covelly

Hired Don Kiddy as permanent Pool Manager at the Hillendale Swim Pool.

1959
President Warren "Whitey" Morken, Secretary G. Marshall Covelly

Cash on hand was $1,929.57

Budget was $2,500.

End of year balance amounted to $2,370.00.

1960
President Robert E. Shreeve, Secretary G. Marshall Covelly

Board voted to form a Kiwanis Marching Band.

Charter Night cost was $14.00 per couple.

1961
President Spiro T. Agnew, Secretary John N. Harrison

Scholarship fund of $700 was established.

Club dues raised from $18 to $22 per year.

Loch Raven Band united with the Recreation Council Band and became known as the Kiwanis Recreation Band.

Towson Kiwanis granted us the privilege of forming a Key Club at Calvert Hall College (high school).

1962
President Carroll F. Nace, Secretary Warren J. Morken

Crusade began to eliminate the comma from The Pledge of Allegiance so that it would read "One nation under God" instead of "One nation, under God."

Donated $400 to Camp Greentop for Crippled Children.

Service budget was $3,410.00.

1963
President Frank L. Thorton, Secretary Ellis H. Stroup

Negotiations begin with Dave Endy Enterprises by Jack Masket for members to man booths at the Eastpoint Carnival.

1964
President Charles G. Grasmick, Secretary John S. Young

Service budget of $3,800.

1965
President Burger T. Thistel, Secretary John S. Young
LG Carroll F. Nace
Sponsor Perry Hall-Kingsville Club

Developed a printed Code of Ethics for each resident in Loch Raven Village.Administrative budget was $4,000.

On March 24, 1965, club purchased the Valley Pool for $60,000 and spent over $20,000 for repairs. 1966
President Wallace Dann, Secretary C. Brooks Hubbert

All activities centered on new pool...selling memberships, landscaping and planting trees, refinishing bathhouses, etc.

Meeting facility was relocated from Peerce's Plantation to the Hansom House. Three months later, meetings were moved to Andy Wargo's house on a temporary basis.

1967
President John S. Young, Secretary C. Brooks Hubbert
LG Ellis H. Stroup

Meeting moved to Holiday Inn-North.

Club members were privileged to be guests of the Governor on board his yacht, Maryland Lady. Bill Jensen, then a member of the House of Delegates, arranged the evening.

1968
President Sammuel Kimmel, Secretary William A. Bailey

Began annual crab feast at the Valley Pool.

1969
President James Weekly, Secretary Willliam A. Bailey
Co Sponsors Bel Air

Club members involved in Vice President's Ball honoring Ted Agnew, (That's the Vice President of the United States).

1969 - 1970
President C. Brooks Hubbert
LG Burger T. Thistle

Membership grew to all time high of 74.

Club actively campaigned for Ellis Stroup to be elected Governor of the Capital District. (Ellis was elected but was unable to assume office due to business obligations and relocation).

1970 - 1971
President Robert L. "Bob" Jennings

Multi-service award winner for district.

Honored Ted Agnew with a Kiwanis International Life Membership for his leadership and personal achievements in Kiwanis.

Intensive efforts to purchase the farm became a reality.

1971 - 1972
President Fred W. VonBehren

Will Fox began International Relations Night.

Henry Klemkowski initiated the much-anticipated Charlestown Races trip.

1972 - 1973
President William A. "Bill" Gray
LG Frank R. Thorton

Club donated the scoreboard at Loch Raven Senior.

Tornado hits Hillendale pool causing $1,000 worth of damage.

Club went international when we inducted Ismael Blanco from Columbia, South America as a member.

Began sponsorship of science fair at Immaculate Heart of Mary School.

1973 - 1974
President Edward V. "Ed" Shannon

A year of reevaluation.

A campaign was designed to determine whether members truly intend to be active in Loch Raven Kiwanis, and devote their volunteer time to community service.

Several resigned and those who elected to remain became the nucleus for a stronger and more viable club.

1974 - 1975
President Charles E. Harward

The memorable Williamsburg Christmas party took place under the supervision of Joe Maranto.

Will Fox awarded 12th Division Kiwanian of the year.

The club assumed a permanent sponsorship of the Towson Fourth of July Parade from the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce. The general chairmen were Joe Maranto and Howard Bottinger.

1975 - 1976
President G. Paul Cox

Several members traveled to Jamaica for an interclub with Jamica's four active clubs ...the May Pen Club, the South Clarington Club, the Kingston Club, and the Montego Bay Club.

Held the Jack Kohler production of the American Revolution.

1976 - 1977
President John J."Jack" Brocato

Valley Farm was purchased on 9-1-77.

Under the guidance of Earl Mull, gardening plots measuring 30' x 30' were available for rent at $15.00 as a fund raising project.

1977 - 1978
President Joseph N."Joe" Maranto
LG Charles E. Harward
Sponsor Cross Keys Club

Planted over 300 red and golden delicious apple trees on farm.

Hosted Dutch and Belgium visitors.

The famous Bill and Pat Jensen egg nog was introduced.

Club ranked first place nine (9) times that year within the divisional standings.

A day care center was established at the Kiwanis Valley Farm.

1978 - 1979
President Will Fox
Co Sponsor Perry Hall

Memberships for the Valley Pool became a priority because of the loss of members to the new Jewish Community Center in Pikesville. Every effort was made to stabilize existing pool members.

1979 - 1980
President Charles V. "Charlie" Duke
Secretary Paul C. Bossle, Treasurer Jack Freistat
Membership Oct 1 - 53, Attendance 91%

G. Paul Cox awarded 12th Division Kiwanian of the Year.

Established the Long Range Planning Committee that negotiated the sale of Valley Pool.

Meetings moved from Holiday Inn (North) to The Kirkwood House.

1980 - 1981
President Paul Creamer

Sold Valley Pool (21 acres) on 12-29-80 and the farm (54 acres) on 5-14-81.

Kiwanis Loch Raven Foundation established through the efforts of Paul Cummings.

The Foundation is organized as a non-profit corporation under the laws of the State of Maryland. Proceeds from the sale of the Valley pool and farm were deposited in a Club Foundation account. These funds were invested to earn the highest possible return. They are used to subsidize the club's service budget and special projects. The officers and directors are completely separtate from the club's officers and directors. Foundation members monitor, advise, and report to the general membership concerning the investments of our 501C foundation. The reporting of the funds status is made to the club's board at least quarterly but as frequently as the board deems necessary.

Anyone may contribute to the Foundation through an outright gift, a bequest, a gift of life insurance, a memorial gift, or a charitable gift.

Began involvement with Towson Spring Festival selling Philadelphia soft pretzels as a fund raiser.

Became main sponsor of the Towson Fourth of July Parade with Joe Maranto as the chairman of the parade and Paul Creamer as the Grand Marshall.

1981 - 1982
President Frank Wilfong

Assisted Western Maryland College in developing programs for deaf and blind students. Coordinated by Ed Kilcullen.

Joe Maranto awarded 12th Division Kiwanian of the year.

1982 - 1983
President William O. Jensen
LG Will R. Fox

Several members attended the first overseas International Convention in Vienna, Austria.

Received Governor's Proclamation that January is Kiwanis International Month.

January 21, 1983 was proclaimed Kiwanis International Day.

1983 - 1984
President Tom Hayes

Memorial scholarships were introduced in the names of John Burns, Pete Phillips, Donald Benson, and Frank Thornton.

Hillendale Pool leasing comes to an end. Loch Raven Kiwanis is out of the pool business.

1984 - 1985
President Jack MacGregor
Governor Charles E. Harward Jr

Every effort was devoted to maintaining existence of club.

Annual crab feast moved to Libertini's.

Involved with professional fund-raiser featuring Henny Youngman at Loch Raven Senior High School.

Charlie Harward elected governor of Capital District.

1985 - 1986
President Ron Chalmers (resigns) Joe Maranto (fulfills term)

Ron resigns after one month in office.

Joe Maranto voted into office. (second term)

Agenda: A Time of Decision...Disband, merge, or unite?
Club voted to unite and unite we did.

1986 - 1987
President William O. Jensen

President for second term.

Increased community involvement.

Hillendale Elementary mentoring project begins.

Plaques placed in local hotels and motels to identify times and places of nearby church services.

1987 - 1988
President Bill Hirt

Membership increases.

Concentrated involvement with Key Clubs, Circle "K" Clubs, and Youth Program under the guidance of Chairman Scott Hunter.

1988 - 1989
President Ed Kilcullen
LG Joseph N. Maranto

Club reaches Charter Strength.

Formed and sponsored Perry Hall Kiwanis breakfast club.

First woman, Beth Adamitis, becomes member.

Began Single Mothers Returning to College Scholarships.

1989 - 1990
President Bruce Hale

Continued growth and expansion.

Russian Consulate accepts invitation to address interclub.

Activities centered on celebration of Kiwanis International's 75th anniversary.

1990 - 1991
President Pat Blume

First woman President.

Club is viable with a good financial base and enthusiastic, growing membership.

1991 - 1992
President John Sutton
LG William O. Jensen

Presented prenatal unit at GBMC with a check for $15,000.

1992 - 1993
President Scott Hunter
Membership Oct 1 - 20

Scott elected as Capital District administrator of Key Club.

Presented a check for $15,000 to St. Joseph Medical Center for purchasing laproscopic surgical instruments.

1993 - 1994
President Leo Urso
Membership Oct 1 - 24
LG Robert L. Jennings

Sponsored a very successful Miracle Mile to benefit Children's Center at Johns Hopkins.

1994 - 1995
President Carroll Hunter
Membership Oct 1 - 21

Concentrated efforts to have members be more community oriented.

Resumed involvement with Towson Fourth of July Parade as a divisional project.

Returned to club strength.

1995 - 1996
President Carroll Hunter
Membership Oct 1 - 21

Second term in this office.

Begin bi-weekly dinner meeting at the Towson Country Club.

1996 - 1997 & 1997 - 1998
President Andy Haag

Single Service Award/Coal Section for club's safety sticker program was highlighted in the Kiwanis International Magizine.

Established Terrific Kids Programs at Pleasant Plains Elementary and Halstead Academy..

Assisted reopening of Loch Raven mini-library by donating computers.

Supplied sound system and golf cart to Camp Puh Tok.

Assisted in fun activities at St Vincent's Children Center and Genesis Elder Care.

1998 - 1999
President Kim Forthuber
Membership Oct 1 - 24

Continued the tradition of excellence associated with the club.

Initiated an educational program at each meeting consisting of past history and important facts regarding Kiwanis International and our club.

Established a new fund raising program with the IDD SKIP-A-MEAL Program.

Helped to provide a new Hillendale Tot Lot.

Instrumental in assuring the success of the Globe Program at Pleasant Plains Elementary.

1999 - 2000
President Paul Creamer
Membership Oct 1 - 23

Second term in office

Membership increased by two.

Club met the Kiwanis International IDD goal by awarding two Hixsons.

Committed $5,000 for the purchase of playground equipment for the new Loch Raven playground.

Increased yearly scholarship fund to $20,000.

Formed Builders Club at Dunbarton Middle School.

2000 - 2001
President Susan P. Henderson, Secretary Sarah R. Delaney
Treasurer Sandy L. Benson
Membership Oct 1 - 23

The year 2000 - 2001 was a year of celebration and a year of accomplishments for the Kiwanis Club of Loch Raven. In December the club marked its 50th year of service to the Loch Raven Community with a gala event held at teh Hillendale Country Club and attended by 150 former and current members, their spouses and guests. Joseph Maranto was the Chairman of teh 50th Anniversary Celebration which included displays of the activities that the club sponsored from 1950 to the present, the awarding of a Hixson Fellowship to Ernie Trimble, the first president of the club, a video presentation of the history of the club and a formal dinner freflecting the warmth and friendship of our "Kiwanis Family".

During the year our club grew by 3 members thanks to our membership chairman, Bob Marta. Two of our members were elected to posts beyond our club. Andrew Haag was elected ats the Lt. Governor 2001-2002 and Joseph Maranto was elected as the Capital District Fundation Trustee for Division 12.

Community activities included the following:

  1. Recognized a firefighter, teacher and policeman of the year.
  2. Sponsored the Starfish Program at Pleasant Plains Elementary School as part of the Terrific Kids Program
  3. Sponsored the Terrific Kids Program at Halstead Academy as well as donationg $800 in educational games, four rocking chairs and educational carpets to the primary grades.
  4. Sponsored programs at St. Vincent's Center, including the Maryland Science Center, magic show, soccer clinic, and reptile show.
  5. Adopted 3 families at Christmas and 8 families for Back To School Program.
  6. Sponsored the "Bingo" program at teh Genesis Nursing Home.
  7. Sponsored the new Key Club at the Carver Center for the Arts and Technology.
  8. Sponsored the on-going Key Club of Towson High School.
  9. Established $26,000 in scholarships to students majoring in nursing or allied health programs at colleges in Maryland.
  10. Participated in the Towsontowne Festival.
  11. Sponsored the 100 Halstead Men Basketball Program.
  12. Participated in the "Fishing Day" for the benefit of underpriviledged youths.
  13. Sponsored a team for the Polo Classic for the benefit of the Capital District's pediatric hospitals.
  14. Sponsored 4th of July fireworks.
  15. Distributed 2500 American flags on the 4th of July.

In addition to activities outlined above, the club made the following donations.

  1. Johns Hopkins Children's Fund
  2. Lupus Foundation
  3. Boy Scouts of America
  4. Camp Puh Tok
  5. Loch Raven Baseball
  6. Towson YMCA
  7. Loch Raven Community Playground Fund
  8. Stemmers Run Science Program

Administratively, the club established a Sexual Harassment Policy, a Kiwanian of the Year Policy and a new web site.

2001 - 2002
President Richard Mc Cleary, Secretary Sarah R. Dulaney
Membership Oct 1 - 23, Attendance 82%
LG Andrew M. Haag

Theme for 2001-2002 was PARTICIPATION
Visit of the Governor of Capital District to our first meeting of the year. The event was a success with Kiwanians, Circle K and Key Club members from all parts of Division 12. Over 150 were in attendance.

Fall activities included Magic show at St. Vincent's Children's Home, Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets for needy families.

Started Bingo games at Genesis Nursing Home on a monthly basis.

Began Power point presentations to attract new members. As a result we added three new members.

The Towson Town festival was an overwhelming fun raising success, with receipts totaling over $2000. Introduced a new food product (Pork BBQ) and it was extremely well received.

Members attended over 25 interclubs.

Board of Directors tackled many sensitive issues.(1) The elimination of mandatory billings for Charter Night and (2) Revisions to the reimbursement schedules for conventions. Both of these items required patience, tack and the ability to compromise.

Year End: 1132 Projects Completed, 1173 Service Hours, $16,017 Spent, 21 Interclubs

2002 - 2003
President William O. Jensen Jr, Secretary Sarah Dulaney
Membership Oct 1 - 25, Attendance 90%

The Loch Raven Kiwanis Club had a banner year of service projects and fundraising events. These projects and events enabled the club to produce over 2,500 man hours and give approximately $35,000 to many organizations and individuals in our community who work for the betterment of children and families.
All of this was done even though the budget was cut almost in half.

In addition to the community projects, the following administrative changes developed:

1) The club by-laws were updated to reflect the new changes through 6-25-2002.
2) The club's Foundation assets did reasonably well during the first half of 2003, even though we experienced a slow economy.
3) The club addressed a number of issues and developed policies on sexual harassment, Kiwanian of the Year, Hixson recipients, and Honorary and Senior members.
4) The club used an annual assessment guide to measure projects, community needs, membership, guest speakers, etc. On a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being the highest) , the club scored 3.9.

Because of unforeseen circumstances beyond anyone's control, the club lost 5 members during the year and the club had to relocate our meeting facility due to renovations of the Towson Country Club. We regrouped and moved ahead by evaluating the remaining members giving them projects that best suited their talents and interests.

The club received much recognition within the Capital District and the 12th Division in 2002-2003 by receiving the District's Interclub Award and resuming our very successful annual pancake breakfast.

Year End: 123 Projects Completed, 1279 Service Hours, $29,515 Spent, 12 Interclubs

2003 - 2004
President Arlene Blanche, Secretary Sarah Delaney
Membership Oct 1 - 20, Attendance 81%
Meet (1st, 3rd) TH 6:30 PM Towson Golf & Country Club
LG Paul Creamer
Sponsor Upper Chesapeake

Year End: 97 Projects Completed, 1218 Service Hours, $4,175 Spent, 11 Interclubs

2004 - 2006
President Joseph Maranto, Secretary William Jensen Jr
Membership 2004-05 Oct 1 - 20
Membership 2005-06 Oct 1 - 22, Attendance 87%
Meet (1st, 3rd) TH 6:30 PM Towson Golf & Country Club
LG 2004-05 Richard McCleary
LG 2005-06 John Henderson

Administrative: Implemented a 2 year term of Officers and Board Effective November 1, 2004. Moved Board meetings to Hillendale Community Center. Revised Club's Budget process on spending. Hosted the first Inter-club of the year with Capital District Governor. Installed 7 new members - Hugh Monaghan, Charlotte Maranto, Teresa KEller, Clayton Wright, Sue Pfeiffer, Katie Barone, and Jane Zeman. Approved policies on "K" of the Year-Hixson award-Travel reimbursements-Harrassment policy. Completed inventory of Storage locker. Negotate a free fee on storage locker. Club's Kemper Funds placed under the guidance of the Foundation. Modified Club and Foundation Bylaws. Changed charter night structure. Finalized attendence-No call policy. Arranged many social events - BMA-Races, Naval Academy Breakfast-Dinner Theater, and Special dinner gathering. Placed monthly articles in Village Crier and in Towson Times. Co-Sponsored Mid Winter Conference at Hunt Valley. Two members elected as LG Division 12.

Projects: Eleminated July 4th Fireworks to be replaced by distributing 1500 flags to homes in Loch Raven Village. Hosted Russian Educators, Placed 4 new road signs on various streets in L/R-Village. Pancake breakfast was a success - combined our efforts with the Upper Chesapeake Club. Helped established Annie's playgroung. Provided food baskets to the needy families at Christmas and Thanksgiving. Conducted Monthly Bingo Games at Genesis Nursing home along with Upper Chesapeake Club. Awarded Teacher, Fireman, and Policeman of the year awards. Provided 10 scholarships to deserving high school students and nursing candidates. Donated blood at local blood bank. Provided program s at St. Vencents Home. Created a New Member Pamphlet for distribution.

Donations: $100 to Tsunami Relief and $3,000 to the Katrina Disaster Fund.

K-Family: Discontinued builders club at Dunbarton Middle and preparing to establish a Terrific Kids club at Pleasant Plains Elementary School.

2004-05 Year End Statistics: 80 Projects Completed, 1251 Service Hours, $2,219 Spent, 13 Interclubs
2005-06 Year End Statistics: 77 Projects Completed, 1014 Service Hours, $13,385 Spent, 21 Interclubs

2006 - 2007
President Paul Creamer, Secretary William Jensen Jr
Membership Oct 1 - 22, Attendance 60%
Meet (1st, 3rd) TH 6:30 PM Towson Golf & Country Club

Year End: 57 Projects Completed, 765 Service Hours, $12,642 Spent, 8 Interclubs

2007 - 2008
President Paul Creamer, Secretary Charles V. Duke
Membership Oct 1 - 22, Attendance 99%
Meet (1st, 3rd) TH 6:30 PM Towson Golf & Country Club

Year End: 140 Projects Completed, 1544 Service Hours, $12,576 Spent, 16 Interclubs

2008 - 2009
President Judith Jefferson-Laflame, Secretary Charles V. Duke
Membership Oct 1 - 19, Attendance 99%
Meet (1st, 3rd) WE 6:30 PM Orchard Landing Restaurant and Lounge

Year End: 163 Projects Completed, 1318 Service Hours, $4,621 Spent,12 Interclubs

2009 - 2010
President Judith Jefferson-Laflame, Secretary Charles V. Duke
Membership Oct 1 - 15, Attendance 54%
Meet (1st, 3rd) WE 6:30 PM Orchard Landing Restaurant and Lounge

Year End: 110 Projects Completed, 1282 Service Hours, $11,209 Spent, 8 Interclubs, $400 CD Foundation

2010 - 2011
President Timothy W. Fosbrink, Secretary Charles V. Duke
Membership Oct 1 - 16
Meet (1st, 3rd) WE 6:30 PM Orchard Landing Restaurant and Lounge

Year End: 124 Projects Completed, 1703 Service Hours, $12452 Spent, 7 Interclubs, $1100 CD Foundation

2011 - 2012
President Timothy W. Fosbrink, Secretary Charles V. Duke
Membership Oct 1 - 15
Meet (1st, 3rd) WE 6:30 PM Orchard Landing Restaurant and Lounge

2012 - 2013
President Sandra L. Benson, Secretary Charles V. Duke
Membership Oct 1 - 18
Meet (1st, 3rd) WE 6:30 PM Pappas Restaurant

2013 - 2014
New Division 6

President Sandra L. Benson, Secretary Charles V. Duke
Membership Oct 1 - 20
Meet 1st, 3rd WE 6:30 PM Pappas Restaurant

2014 - 2015
President Sandra L. Benson, Secretary Charles V. Duke
Membership Oct 1 - 19
Meet 1st, 3rd WE 6:30 PM Pappas Restaurant

2015 - 2016
President Sandra L. Benson, Secretary Charles V. Duke
Membership Oct 1 - 19
Meet 1st, 3rd WE 6:30 PM Pappas Restaurant

2016 - 2017
President Mary Forthuber, Secretary Charles V. Duke
Membership Oct 1 - 20
Meet 1st, 3rd WE 6:30 PM Pappas Restaurant