Capital District Kiwanis History

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KIWANIS CLUB OF WESTMINISTER, MARYLAND
Organized December 9, 1931. Chartered January 26, 1932.
Sponsor Towson, MD
was Division 6, 9 New Division 7
Mason Dixon Region
Key #01973
51st District Club
Population (1931) 4,464

1932
(Volume 4)
Division 6
President J. Albert Mitten, Secretary Theophilus Kenoley Harrison
Membership Jan 5 - 25, Attendance 80%

The Charter Night was a Ladies Night with 152 Kiwanians and ladies present, including delegations from clubs at Towson, Baltimore, Frederick, Hagerstown, MD; Washington, DC, and Rehoboth Beach, DE. The charter was presented by Immediate Past Governor Berry Plummer, whose term the preliminary organization work was done.

Furnished milk for under-nourished children, held a Boy Scout Night and joined with Rotary in sponsoring the Scout movement.

A program was given on Dairy Farm Inspection with seventeen farmers as guests, and many programs were given on topics of general interest. The club was host to Arlington, Washington, Hagerstown, Frederick, Baltimore and Towson on the occasion of receiving the District loving cup, and eight members drove seventy miles to deliver the loving cup to the Elkton club. Besides this the club joined in other inter-club meetings at Havre de Grace and at Towson.

The club held two Ladies Nights, had a joint meeting with Rotary, entertained the graduation class at Western Maryland College and had a Christmas dinner.

1933
President F. W. Mather, Secretary T. K. Harrison
Membership Jan 1 - 34, Attendance 77%

The club continued its aid in furnishing milk for under-nourished children.

It sponsored 4-H clubs, furnishing seed potatoes and blooded pigs and chickens, and continued its interest in Scouting. One meeting was held at the Scout Camp.

It had one program on the subject of making better citizens of prisoners.

It took an active part in the county fair, encouraging exhibits, and it held a picnic with 4-H Clubs and farmers.

The club attended an inter-club meeting at Towson, and was host to Baltimore at one meeting and to Wilmington at another. In both cases the visitors put on the program.

Entertained the graduation class of the Westminster Theological Seminary, held a joint meeting with Rotary, followed by a bowling match, and held a successful Ladies Night.

The club had the District Governor as a guest speaker.

1934
President Truman B. Cash, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 38, Attendance 76%

Collected used clothing from members and used this from time to time to supply the needy. It helped the Children’s Aid Society and supplied milk to be distributed by it during the year, and gave a Christmas party for poor children.

The club had one luncheon at the Boy Scouts' Camp. It started to raise a fund to be loaned to rural students to aid them in getting through college. It fostered the organization of a baseball league, with boys' teams from the different churches. It entertained the graduating class at the Theological Seminary. It had a program on Training Youth and Health Sports, and a conference on Recreation Amusements.

It put on a "Vote as You Please but Please Vote" campaign.

The club held a Farmers Night and aided in the organization of two new 4-H Clubs. Furnished certified seed potatoes and registered pigs, calves, and chickens to aid them, and furnished prizes for exhibits at the fair. To aid vocational guidance it furnished suitable books for the high school library and fostered the formation of high school clubs.

It had programs on the Early History of Maryland, The Duties of a Juryman, The Care of Cattle and The Income and Inheritance Tax. It celebrated Washington's and Lincoln's Birthdays, entertained the directors of the fair at luncheon, secured work for many unemployed and held a Christmas meeting.

Visited Hanover, Penna., and Prince Georges County. Had a Ladies Night and two joint meetings with Rotary.

The club had four Kiwanis Education meetings, celebrated Kiwanis Anniversary, All-Kiwanis Night, US-Canada Week and Constitution Week, entertained the LTG and sent delegates to the District and International Conventions, and the Division Meeting.

1935
President Lloyd A. Bowker, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 35, Attendance 84%

The club set up a milk fund to furnish milk to under-privileged children. Furnished shoes and clothing where needed. It had a program on Children's Aid and contributed $10 to the Children's Aid Society. It gave a Christmas party to 62 under-privileged children.

Instituted a weekly reading course for boys and girls at the Library. Aided in securing Federal funds for enlarging the playgrounds. It had a program on Boy Scouts and one on Girl Scouts, and contributed $50 to each for camping activities. It outfitted two Scouts and paid the expenses of several boys and girls to camps.

The club had a Farmers Night with a program on Canning Crops, had one luncheon at the County Fair, formed two new 4-H Clubs and furnished seed potatoes, pigs and eggs for their activities and gave premiums for 4-H exhibits at the Fair. It formed a boys' baseball league with four teams.

It had a program on Vocational Guidance and a College Night.

The club sent delegations to the Charter Nights of Pikesville and of Reisterstown and a number of members visited Baltimore. The club had an outing at the Forest and Stream Club with guests from Baltimore and Towson.

The club had two Kiwanis Education meetings, entertained the LTG and was represented at the Mid Winter Conference, International and District Conventions.

1936
President Alfred S. Nusbaum, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 35, Attendance 88%

The club started a summer camp for under-privileged' children, and gave a card party for the benefit. Served 12 children with hot lunches and milk to under-nourished children under the Children's Aid Society. A hobby show was put on. A plan was made for having a vacation for fresh air children from Baltimore. Furnished free drugs and medicine to the needy. Gave a Christmas party to 100 children who had been benefited by the work of the club, and at this party a Boys’ Glee Club and a Girls' Glee Club both organized and trained by the club furnished music.

The club sponsored a story telling hour for children from 8 to 16 in a local theatre. Sponsored the glee clubs and had some of the songs broadcast. Sponsored the Boy Scout troop and contributed $25 towards the expense of a ten day Scout camp.
Members of the club became "big brothers" to the boys in the 4-H Clubs and visited these clubs. The club furnished pigs and chickens for 4-H projects and helped with the transportation of their breeding animals.

The club furnished speakers at the high school on vocational topics, had other articles of this kind published in the local papers, and furnished the high school students with printed pamphlets on various occupations.

It put on a safety campaign, suggested a municipal swimming pool, and put on an essay contest for high school students on community improvements. Suggested a field day for Westminster. Sent delegations to visit North Baltimore, Pikesville and Reisterstown, had an outing with Reisterstown and celebrated Maryland Day with representatives of 15 clubs present and guests from the local Lions and Rotarians.

The club was represented at Mid-Winter Conference, International and District Conventions.

1937
President Miles F. Reifsnyder, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 42, Attendance 87%

The club gave a hobby show to raise funds for its work with under-privileged children. It had the children examined for defects of eyes, teeth and throat and gave relief where needed. The teeth of ten children were put in good shape. It worked with the Children's Aid Society in furnishing milk for undernourished. It sent 50 under-privileged children between the ages of 8 and 16 to a summer camp, and it gave a Christmas party to 100.

The club considered the idea of open showers on the playgrounds. It held a Sons and Daughters Night, and continued its work with boys and girls glee clubs with good results. It aided in placing shade trees on the playgrounds, and in connection with Rotary sent the Boy Scouts to camp.

Entertained 4-H Club members at one meeting and held a Farmers Night with a program on the poultry industry, and gave prizes for 4-H exhibits at the County Fair, especially accenting the baby beef class, encouraging the boys and seeking the cooperation of their fathers.

Attended a dinner of 250, including Kiwanians, Rotarians and Lions in celebration of the Carroll County Centennial. Had programs on Better Roads, Better Housing, Municipal Affairs, County Government and Church Activities.

Presented each club in the Sixth Division with a gavel made of wood from a barn owned by Francis Scott Key. Sent delegations to visit Baltimore, Pikesville, Reisterstown and North Baltimore.

Entertained the District Governor and LTG, sent in an Achievement Report, was represented at the Mid Winter Conference, the District and International Conventions and Officers' Training School. Furnished a LTG for 1938.

1938
(Volume 5)
President Paul F. Kuhn, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 45, Attendance 92%
LG Miles S. Reifsnyder

Furnished school lunches, dental work, and glasses where needed, and gave a Christmas party for 100 underprivileged children. Transported a girl to and from her music lessons, put on a bird house contest, aided the Boy Scouts, gave a flag to the Girl Scouts, contributed $25 to the Scout Camp, organized a Boys and Girls Glee Club, and took it to the District Convention.

Had a program on farming with 32 farmers as guests. It gave one 4 H boy 100 young turkeys. He lost 10 and raised the rest and made a clear profit of $191.00.

It had a program on Choosing a Profession and furnished speakers on vocational subjects in the County High Schools.

A Flying Squadron was organized to visit other clubs in the Division and visited North Baltimore, Reisterstown, and Hanover, PA. The club was host to the clubs on Maryland Day, to 7 clubs at another time, and to Baltimore and Towson.

It had two Ladies' Nights, an outing at the Forest and Stream Club, and two joint itieetings with Rotary, at one of which the joint1v sponsored Scout Troop was present.

The club had four Kiwanis Education programs, two of which were broadcast. The club furnished the Lieutenant Governor for this year, and presented him with a "Home of the Lieutenant Governor" bantier to be passed on to his successor. He was elected District Governor for the next year. The club entertained the Lieutenant Governor and the District Governor, and was represented at the Mid Winter Conference and the District Convention.

1939
President T. K. Harrison, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 49, Attendance 91%
Governor Miles S. Reifsnyder

The club continued to give dental aid and glasses to underprivileged children during the year, and gave financial aid to an underprivileged girl. It gave a Christmas party to 200 children.

Joined with other groups in contributing to a fund to buy raincoats and hats for School patrols. Contributed $25 to the girl scouts and $25 to the Boy Scout work at scout Camp, and gave financial aid to the Scout Druin and Bugle Corps.

The club worked with the 4 H clubs, gave turkeys to a boy to be raised scientifically, and reorganized one 41 T club. The Vocational Guidance Committee had conferences with individual college students in regard to possible vocations and secured part time jobs for 50 students and positions for 10 graduates.

Worked for a 4 lane road from Westminister to Reisterstown, placed Safety Posters in the stores, aided in the reorganization of the Chamber of Commerce, and entertained the High School teachers.

Host to 4 clubs, held an outing at the Field and Stream Club with 5 clubs represented. Visited Reisterstown, and it put on a Ladies' Night program at Taneytown.

It worked for the formation of a club at Taneytown, had charge of its Charter Night on May 24, at which Frederick, Pikevillc, Reisterstown, Baltimore, North Baltimore, Hanover, PA, Towson, and Dover were represented, and presented a gong to the new club. Entertained the LT Governor and the District Governor, and was represented at the Mid Winter Conference, District and International Conventions, and was host to the Training School for Club Officers.

1940
President Paul C. Bonsack, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 51, Attendance 90%

Contributed $50 to Camo Misty Mount. Furnished milk, clothing, and dental work for needy children, had T. and A. operations performed, and gave a Christmas party to 185 children.

The club had two Farmers' Days with farmers as guests. Carried the Good Will Plaque to Pikeville, visited Balti¬more, and attended tile Charter Night of Halethorp. Every member attended a meet¬ing of at least one other club.

Held two joint meetings with Rotary and the Chamber of Commerce, another with Rotary alone, all([ liod a most enjoyable Ladies' Night.

The club had two visits from the Lieutenant Governor and one from the District Governor, sent in all Efficiency Reports, and was represented at the Mid WinterConference, the District Convention, and the Training School for Club Officers.

1941
President Willard L. Hawkins, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 52, Attendance 94%

A "Koluedy', was given which made $350 for community welfare work. The club purchase clothing for needy children and fur¬nished school lunches. It purchased awileel chair, contributed to Camp Misty Mount and planned an outing for underprivileged children. Had a Christ¬mas party for 200 children.

The club worked largely with the Boy and Girl Scout movement. Helped in the celebration of Scout Week and in cooperation with other service clubs secured a fulltime Scout leader, contributed $25 to Girl Scouts, $95 to Boy Scouts, rented a booth for the Scouts at Carroll County Food Show, and assisted in making scrap, books for the children.

Members aided in the Red Cross Drive. It had a Ladies' Night of its own, at¬ tended the Ladies' Nights of Reisterstown and 'Pane vtown, had several joint meetings with the Chamber of Commerce, a joint meeting with Rotary and Lions, two out¬
ings, a Hallowe'en party with the Forest and Stream Club, and a stag party with Hanover, Pennsylvania.

It had two programs on Kiwanis Education, entertained the Lieutenant Governor, and was represented at the Mid Winter Conference, the International and the District Conventions and the Training School for Club Officers, and at the close of the year had 2 members in the military service.

1942
President Oliver L. Myers, died July 17, Paul C. Bonsack, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 56, Attendance 94%

The club had a number of programs in regard to underprivileged child work, It gave medical aid where needed and took care of dental needs and furnished a numher of children with glasses.

It sponsored the Boy Scouts, aided them in Scrap Drives, worked with other boys iving them training for defense work, and offered prizes for the best Victory Garden.

A nun iber of prograrris were given on agricultural subjects. The club aided the farmers to get lielp in planting and harvesting, their crops because of the labor shortage. It worked with the 4 H clubs, helping them in their Victorv Garden Project.

The club cooperated with the other civic organizations in work for civilian defense. It put on Bond and Star sales and purchased a $100 Bond. It loaned $50 to a group of newsboys to enable them to sell War Stamps, and it met with the local Fire Department at its annual dinner.

The club visited Taneytown, carried the Victorv Chest to Ellicott City, held one meeting at which six clubs were represented, and another at which it was host to Taneytown.

The club had a joint meeting with other civic clubs, an outing with the Forest and Stream Club, and a joint meeting with Rotary, Lions, and the Chamber of Coinmerce.

The club had programs on Kiwanis Editcation, celebrated Constitution Week, and was present at the District Convention and the Training School for Club Officers. At the close of the year 4 members were in military service.

1943
President Ralph G. Hoffman, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 55, Attendance 93%

The club put on two benefit dances netting $250 for its community welfare work. It contributed vitamins to the Childrens Aid Society and bought a wheel chair to be loaned to *invalids from time to time. It gave a Christmas party with movies and gifts to 200 children.

The club put on a Youth Safety Cam¬ paign, organized Boys' Softball teams to be entered in the Civic Club League, made contributions to a fund to secure a Scout executive, fostered the Boy and Girl Scouts, and aided with a benefit movie which netted $100 for the Girl Scouts and $140 for the Boy Scouts.

The club held a Farmers' Night with 40 farmers in attendance. It furnished part time helpers to canners and farmers in order to overcome the labor shortage. It started a 4 H club, contributed through its member; see for the planting of between 25 and 30 Victory Gardens, and gave $24 in War Stamps to be awarded as prizes for the best garden. Attended a large county of 4 H clubs in the fall of the year and presented prizes for outstanding accomplishments, consisting of halters, curry conibs, pitch forks, and $20 worth of War Stamps.

The club gave a dance to some 300 Army Cadets stationed in the neighborhood. It held a Ministers' Night at which each club member invited as many ministers as he knew in the town and county, furnished stanips for their War Stamp sales. It joined the inter club council of the city, sponsored Clean Up Day, put on Bond Selling Campaigns, which resulted in the sale of $102,000 worth of War Bonds, and it gave Christmas packages to injured service men in the nearby camps.

The only inter club activities consited of visits made by individual members to other clubs and the entertainment of visiting Kiwanians at the regular meetings of the club.

A joint meeting of all the Service Clubs of the city in celebration of Maryland Day was made a Ladies' Night. There was also another Ladies Night and a joint meeting with Rotary and Lions. The club had a. Softball team which played in the City League.

The club was represented at the District Convention and the Training School for Club Officers, as well as at the Mid Winter Conference. It celebrated Constitution Week. Thirty two members of the club had 100% attendance for the year. At the close of the year 6 members were iii the armed services.

1944
(Volume 6)
President L. Forest Free, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 63, Attendance 73%

1945
President Samuel M. Jenness, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 66, Attendance 98%

1946
President John H. Brown, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 78, Attendance 94%

1947
President K. Ray Holinger, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 81, Attendance 97%

1948
Division 9
President John A. Bankert, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 87, Attendance 96%
LG L. Forest Free

1949
President John R. Byers, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 81, Attendance 81%

1950
President M. Wilson Campbell, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 83, Attendance 93%

1951
(From Volume 7)
President F. Kale Mathias, Secretary J. Albert Mitten
Membership Jan 1 - 86, Membership 96%

1952
PresidentH. P. Sturdivant, Secretary John B. Byers
Membership Jan 1 - 88, Membership 96%

LG J. Albert Mitten

1953
President Lowell S. Ensor, Secretary John R. Byers
Membership Jan 1 - 84, Membership 04%

1954
President Dr. Fred G. Schmitt, Secretary John R. Byers
Membership Jan 1 - 78, Membership 98%

1955
President Charles O. Fisher, Secretary John R. Byers
Membership Jan 1 - 74, Membership 95%

1956
President ?, Secretary ?

1957
President Ray D. Riley, Secretary John C. Schaeffer
LG Howell P. Sturdivant

1958
President Frank H. Libman, Secretary John C. Schaeffer
LG Charles A. Pine Sr

1959
President David H. Taylor, Secretary John C. Schaeffer

1960
President Edwin W. Shauck, Secretary John C. Schaeffer

1961
President Russell H. Morgan, Secretary Philip B. Schaeffer

1962
President Jacob M. Yingling, Secretary Philip B. Schaeffer

1963
President Emerson H. Palmer, Secretary Eugene L. Purdum
LG Ray D. Riley

1964
President John C. Schaeffer, Secretary L. Eugene Purdum

1965
President William F. Hering, Secretary L. Eugene Purdum

1966
President Robert L. Jones, Secretary William E. Bowman

1967
President

1968
President Irvin Goodman, Secretary William B. Marks, Jr.

1969
President Frederick K. Teeter, Secretary William B. Marks

1969 - 1970
President J. Lloyd Straughn, Secretary William B. Marks Jr

1970 - 1971
President Alfred V. Clark, Secretary William B. Marks Jr

1971 - 1972
President Frank R. Leidy, Secretary William B. Marks Jr

1972 - 1973
President Gilbert J. Barthlomew, Secretary William B. Marks Jr

1973 - 1974
President S. Ray Hollinger, Secretary William B. Marks Jr

1974 - 1975
President Norman O. Rebet, Secretary Frank C. Smith

1975 - 1976
President Russell D. Martin, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith

1976 - 1977
Division 9 East
President Kaye G. Kolb, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith

1977 - 1978
President Donald C. Leister, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith

1978 - 1979
Division 9
President Robert L. Stansbury, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith
LG Russell D. Martin

1979 - 1980
President Kenneth F. Mussari, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith

1980 - 1981
President R. Gerald Swain, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith

1981 - 1982
President M. Joseph Manzer, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith

1982 - 1983
President Lester P. Surber, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith

1983 - 1984
President Arthur N. Riley, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith

1984 - 1985
President D. Wayne Weller, Secretary William B. Marks

1985 - 1986
President Frederick P. Eckhardt, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith

1986 - 1987
President Dr. Michael Luzriagea, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith

1987 - 1988
President Calvin W. Bloom, Secretary Fanklin C. Smith

1988 - 1989
President Franklin C. Smith, Secretary ?

1989 - 1990
President Hugh N. Batten, Secretary William B. Marks Jr
LG Lester P. Surber

1990 - 1991
President William K. Stocksdale, Secretary William B. Marks Jr

1991 - 1992
President Paul T. Fulton, Secretary William B. Marks Jr

1992 - 1993
President Ellis H. Lawson, Secretary William B. Marks Jr
Membership Oct 1 - 65
LG Calvin W. Bloom

1993 - 1994
President Stanley A. Webster, Secretary William B. Marks Jr
Membership Oct 1 - 60

1994 - 1995
President George R. Reiner, Secretary William B. Marks Jr
Membership Oct 1 - 61

1995 - 1996
President Brian M. Bowersox, Secretary William B. Marks Jr
Membership Oct 1 - 62
Sponsor Greater Westminster, MD
LG Stanley A. Webster

1996 - 1997
President Isaac W. Knicely, Secretary William B. Marks Jr
Membership Oct 1 - 52

1997 - 1998
President Frances B. Liggon, Secretary William B. Marks Jr
Membership Oct 1 - 53

1998 - 1999
President James F. Brewer, Secretary William B. Marks Jr
Membership Oct 1 - 52
LG Isaac W. Knicely

1999 - 2000
President Robert E. Seeley, Secretary William B. Marks Jr
Membership Oct 1 - 44

2000 - 2001
President Calvin W. Bloom, Secretary William B. Marks Jr
Membership Oct 1 - 43

2001 - 2002
President John P. Snowberger, Secretary Collean M. Cole
Membership Oct 1 - 45, Attendance 65%

Year End: 41 Projects Completed, 81 Service Hours, $2179 Spent, 8 Interclubs

2002 - 2003
President Raymond E. Shipley, Secretary Arthur N. Riley
Membership Oct 1 - 44, Attendance 89%
Service and Education Patches

Year End: 74 Projects Completed, 346 Service Hours, $17,565 Spent, 18 Interclubs

2003 - 2004
President William Marks, Secretary John Snowberger
Membership Oct 1 - 44, Attendance 69%
Meet (1st, 3rd) TU 6:15 PM John St. Fire Hall
LG Arthur N. Riley

(From March 2004, E-Builder) Hold its annual Pig & Shrimp feed April 13, 6 - 8 PM at VFW Post 467.

Year End: 64 Projects Completed, 339 Service Hours, $11,514 Spent, 28 Interclubs

2004 - 2005
President Colleen Cole, Secretary John Snowberger
Membership Oct 1 - 42, Attendance 72%
Meet (1st, 3rd) TU 6:15 PM John St. Fire Hall
Distinguished Club
LG Arthur N. Riley

Year End: 76 Projects Completed, 572 Service Hours, $10,536 Spent, 29 Interclubs

2005 - 2006
Mason Dixon Region
President Thomas Welliver, Secretary John Snowberger
Membership Oct 1 - 35, Attendance %
Meet (1st, 3rd) TU 6:15 PM Wakefield Valley Golf Club
District Chair Bylaws & Policy Arthur N. Riley
Distinquished Club Award

Year End: 64 Projects Completed, 454 Service Hours, $11,009 Spent, 21 Interclubs

2006 - 2007
President Arthur Riley, Secretary John Snowberger
Membership Oct 1 - 41, Attendance 82%
Meet (1st, 3rd) TU 6:15 PM Wakefield Valley Golf Club
District Chair Bylaws & Policy Arthur N. Riley
Governor - Elect Arthur N. Riley

Year End: 77 Projects Completed, 396 Service Hours, $12,531 Spent, 30 Interclubs

2007 - 2008
President Donna Riley, Secretary John Snowberger
Membership Oct 1 - 41, Attendance 69%
Meet (1st, 3rd) TU 6:15 PM Wakefield Valley Golf Club
Governor Arthur N. Riley

Year End: 57 Projects Completed, 225 Service Hours, $10,099 Spent, 8 Interclubs

2008 - 2009
President Charles Diehl, Secretary James Helm
Membership Oct 1 - 40, Attendance 32%
Meet (1st, 3rd) TU 6:15 PM Wakefield Valley Golf Club
District Chair Achievement, Finance-Fund Raising Arthur N. Riley

Year End: 21 Projects Completed, 122 Service Hours, $1005 Spent, 4 Interclubs

2009 - 2010
President Robert Weikert, Secretary James Helm
Membership Oct 1 - 38, Attendance 49%
Meet (1st, 3rd) TU 6:15 PM Wakefield Valley Golf Club
District Chair Past Governors Arthur N. Riley

Year End: 8 Projects, 266 Service Hours, $3,410 Spent, 11 Interclubs, $100 CD Foundation

2010 - 2011
President Roger Diehl, Secretary James Helm
Membership Oct 1 - 31
Meet (1st, 3rd) TU 6:15 PM Wakefield Valley Golf Club
District Chair Club Growth Arthur N. Riley

Year End: 12 Projects,191 Service Hours, $6081 Spent, 4 Interclubs, $1 CD Foundation

2011 - 2012
President Calvin W. Bloom, Secretary William C. Niner
Membership Oct 1 - 31
Meet (1st, 3rd) TU 6:15 PM Wakefield Valley Golf Club

2012 - 2013
President Richard Steinberg, Secretary William C. Niner
Membership Oct 1 - 28
Meet 1st, 3rd TU 6:15 PM Wakefield Valley Golf & Conference Center
District Chair Aktion Club Art Riley

2013 - 2014
New Division 7

President Timothy Owings, Secretary Donna Shybunko
Membership Oct 1 - 31
Meet 1st, 3rd TU 6:15 PM Best Western Inn & Conference Center

Distinguished Club

2014 - 2015
President Leslie Kirby, Secretary Vickie W. Riley
Membership Oct 1 - 37
Meet 1st, 3rd TU 6:15 PM Best Western Inn & Conference Center

2015 - 2016
President Jeffrey Peters, Secretary Louise D. Black
Membership Oct 1 - 42
Meet 1st, 3rd TU 6:15 PM Best Western Inn & Conference Center

2016 - 2017
President ?, Secretary Sharon Hooper
Membership Oct 1 - 37
Meet 1st, 3rd TU 6:15 PM Best Western Inn & Conference Center

Trustee Fred Lohnes