Captial District Kiwanis History

Clubs, Old-DIVISIONS-New, Regions, Links, Leadership, People

OLD DIVISION 1
District Officers

Organized 1923
Located Delaware, Northern Virginia, DC, and Maryland
One of the four original Zones
Region Potomac (P)

Oct 2013: All Clubs moved to the new Division 1, in the National Capital Region.
Non Meeting Northgate Washington.

Oct 2012:
Not listed in 2013: Capitol Hill, Greater Landover, Mitchellville, Northgate Washington

Oct 2010 - 2011, 12 clubs: Capitol Hill
DC Metro
Eastern Branch
Far East Washington
Georgetown DC
Greater Landover
Mitchellville
Northgate Washington
Northwest Washington
Shepherd Park
Southwest Waterfront
Washington

Oct 2009-2010, 12 Clubs:
Change Northeast Washington to Northgate Washington.

Oct 2008 - 2009, Distinguished Clubs:
Eastern Branch, Far East Washington, Georgetown DC, Shepherd Park, and Southwest Waterfront

Oct 2005 - 2006, Region Potomac, 11 Clubs: District Outstanding Leadership Award
New DC Metro

Oct 2000 - 2001, 10 Clubs:
New Southwest Waterfront

Capitol Hill
Eastern Branch
Far East Washington
Georgetown DC

Greater Landover
Mitchellville

Northeast Washington
Northwest Washington
Shepherd Park
Washington

Oct 1997 - 1998, 10 Clubs:
To D14, Prince Georges County.
Name Change Capital Centre to Greater Landover.

Oct 1994 - 1995, 11 Clubs:
New Metchellville.
Non Meeting Lamond-Riggs.

Oct 1993 - 1994, 12 Clubs:
Non Meeting Southwest Washington.

Oct 1990 - 1991, 13 Clubs:
Non Meeting Indian Head-Bryan's Road.
To D22 Calvert Co, Lower Pince Georges Co,
St. Mary's Co. Waldorf.

Capital Centre
Capitol Hill
Eastern Branch
Far East Washington
Georgetown DC

Lamond-Riggs
Northeast Washington
Northwest Washington
Prince Georges Co
Shepherd Park
Southwest Washington
Washington

Oct. 1989 - 1990, 21 Clubs:
New Lower Pince Georges County.
To D14 Bowie.
Non Meeting Georgia Avenue, Langley Park,

Oct 1988 - 1989, 21 Clubs
Non Meeting Southern Prince Georges County, La Plata.

Oct 1987 - 1988, 21 Clubs:
New St. Mary's County.
Non Meeting Oxon Hill.

Oct. 1986 - 1987, 21 Clubs:
New Indian Head-Bryan's Road, Lamond-Riggs.
Non Meeting Hyattsville, St. Mary's County.

Oct 1984 - 1985, 20 Clubs:
New Georgia Avenue.

Oct. 1983 - 1984, 18 clubs:
New Hyattsville, St. Mary's County.

Oct. 1982 - 1983, 16 clubs:
New Far East Washington, Northeast Washington.

Oct. 1981 - 1982, 17 clubs:
Non Meeting Northeast Washington.

Oct. 1980 - 1981, 16 clubs:
New Calvert County.
Bowie
Capital Centre
Capitol Hill
Eastern Branch
Georgetown DC
Langley Park
La Plata
Northeast Washington Northwest Washington
Oxon Hill
Prince Georges Co
Shepherd Park
Southern Prince Georges Co
Southwest Washington
Waldorf
Washington

Oct. 1979 - 1980, 15 clubs:
New Waldorf.

Oct. 1978 - 1979, 13 clubs:
New Langley Park, Capital Centre.

Oct. 1977 - 1978, 13 clubs:
D1 West forms Division 17
D1 East returns to Disivion 1

Oct. 1976 - 1977, D1 East:
New La Plata.

Oct. 1976 - 1977, D1 West:
Non Meeting Takoma Lankley Park, Olney.

Oct. 1975 - 1976, 21 clubs:
New Southwest Washington, Shepherd Park.

Oct. 1974 - 1975, 20 clubs:
New Montgomery Village, Poolesville.
Non Meeting Gaithersburg.

Oct. 1973 - 1974.19 clubs:
New Olney.

Oct. 1972 - 1973, 18 clubs:
New Friendship Heights.

Oct. 1971 - 1972, 17 clubs:
New Southern Prince Georges County.

Oct. 1969 - 1970, 16 clubs:
New Montgomery Mall MD
Bethesda
Bowie
Capitol Hill
Eastern Branch
Gaithersburg
Georgetown DC
Leisure World
Northeast Washington
Northwest Washington
Oxon Hill
Prince Georges County
Rockville
Silver Spring
Takoma Langley Park
Washington
Wheaton

Jan. 1968, 17 clubs:
Non Meeting Rock Creek Kensington, surrenders charter in 1969.

Jan. 1967, 16 clubs:
New Leisure World.

Jan. 1964, 15 clubs:
New Bowie.

Jan. 1963, 14 Clubs:
New Capitol Hill.

Jan. 1960, 14 Clubs:
Change Kensington to Rock Creek
Bethesda
Eastern Branch
Gaithersburg
Georgetown DC
Northeast Washington

Northwest Washington
Oxon Hill
Prince Georges County
Rock Creek
Rockville

Silver Spring
Takoma Langley Park
Washington
Wheaton

Jan. 1956, 13 Clubs:
New Kensington.

Jan. 1955, 10 Clubs:
New Gaithersburg, Georgetown DC, Northwest Washington

Jan. 1953, 9 Clubs:
New Oxon Hill.

Jan. 1952, 8 Clubs:
To D10: Alexandria, Arlington, Fairlington, Falls Church, Manassas, Woodbridge
New Takoma Langley Park

Jan. 1951, 12 Clubs:
New Wheaton, Northeast Washington

Jan. 1950, 21 Clubs:
New Rockville.
Alexandria
Arlington
Bethesda
Eastern Branch

Fairlington
Falls Church
Manassas
Prince Georges County
Silver Spring
Washington
Woodbridge

Jan. 1949, 9 Club:
New Eastern Branch, Falls Church.

Jan. 1948, 8 Clubs:
To D9: Cumberland, Frederick, Front Royal, Hagerstown.
To D4: Fredericksburg
New Silver Spring.

Jan. 1947, 10 clubs:
New Woodbridge, Fairlington.

Jan. 1945, 8 clubs:
New Bethesda and Front Royal.

Jan. 1940, 9 Clubs: Alexandria
Arlington
Cumberland

Frederick
Fredericksburg
Hagerstown

Manassas
Prince Georges County Washington

Jan. 1937, 10 Clubs:
Havre de Grace surrenders charter.

Jan. 1934, 9 clubs:
New Prince Georges County

Jan. 1931, 8 Clubs:
New Arlington

Jan. 1930, 10 Clubs:
To D6: Baltimore, Rehobeth Beach, Seaford, Wilmington.
Alexandria
Cumberland
Frederick

Fredericksburg
Hagerstown
Havre de Grace

Manassas
Washington

Jan. 1929, 13 Clubs:

Jan. 1928, 11 Clubs
New Rehoboth Beach and Towson

Jan. 1927, 11 Clubs:
Winchester to new Division 5
Fredericksburg from Division 4

Jan.1926, 10 Clubs:
New Havre de Grace

Jan. 1924, 8 Clubs:
New Cumberland, Manassas

Jan. 1923, 7 Clubs
New Seaford.
Alexandria
Baltimore
Frederick
Hagerstown
Washington
Wilmington
Winchester