Captial District Kiwanis History

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

OLD DIVISION 10
District Officers

Organized 1952 from Divisions 1 and 4
Located Northern Virginia
Region NoVa

Oct 2013: Moved to New Division 2 in the National Capital Region: Bull Run Manassas, Fredericksburg,
Manassass, Woodbridge.

Oct 2010 - 2011 5 Clubs:
Manassas Battlefield merges with Manassas
Bull Run Manassas
Fredericksburg
Manassass
Manassas Battlefield
Woodbridge

Oct 2009 - 2010, 6 Clubs:
Surrender charter Orange County

Oct 2008 - 2009, 6 Clubs, Distinguished Clubs: Manassass and Manassas Battlefield

Oct 2005 - 2006, Region NoVa 6 Clubs:
Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Manassas, Manassas Battlefield, Orange County, Woodbridge.

Oct 2002 - 2003 7 Clubs:
Non Meeting Spotsylvania County.

Oct 2000 - 2001 7 Clubs: Bull Run Manassas
Fredericksburg
Manassass

Manassas Battlefield
Orange County
Spotsylvania County
Woodbridge

Oct 1998 - 1999 8 Clubs:
Non Meeting Stafford.

Oct 1997 - 1998 6 Clubs:
New Manassas Battlefield, Stafford

Oct 1996 - 1997 7 Clubs:
Non Meeting Culpeper

Oct 1994 - 1995 8 Clubs:
Non Meeting Stafford

Oct 1991 - 1992 9 Clubs:
Non Meeting Maury

Oct 1987 - 1988, 10 Clubs:
Non Meeting Warrenton

Oct 1984 - 1985, 9 Clubs:
New Bull Run Manassas

Oct 1980 - 1981 9 Clubs: Culpeper
Fredericksburg
Manassass
Maury
Orange County
Spotsylvania County

Stafford
Warrenton
Woodbridge

Oct. 1978 - 1979 all Division 10 South clubs return to Division 10.

Oct 1977 - 1978
New Maury Fredericksburg to D10 South

Oct 1976 - 1977 Split into
D10 North: Alexandria, Annandale, Arlington, Fairfax, Falls Church, McLean, Mount Vernon, Potomac, South Arlington,Springfield, Woodlawn.
D10 South: Culpeper, Fredericksburg, Manassas, Orange County, Spotsylvania County, Stafford, Warrenton, Woodbridge.

Oct 1975 - 1976 20 Clubs:
Non Meeting Vienna.

Oct 1973 - 1974 19 clubs:
New Vienna.

Oct 1972 - 1973 18 clubs:
New Spotsylvania County, Woodlawn VA
Landmark surrenders charter.

Oct 1971 - 1972 16 clubs:
New Stafford, Warrenton

Jan. 1968 15 Clubs:
New Landmark
Old Dominion changes name to South Arlington.

Jan 1964 14 clubs:
New Orange County

Jan 1961 12 clubs:
New McLean, Culpeper

Jan 1960 13 clubs:
Seven Corners surrenders Charter.
Alexandria
Annandale
Arlington
Fairfax

Falls Church
Fredericksburg
Manassas
Mount Vernon

Old Dominion Arlington
Potomac
Springfield
Woodbridg
e

Jan 1959 12 clubs:
New Springfield

Jan 1957 10 clubs:
New Potomac, Seven Corners.

Jan 1956 9 clubs:
New Fairfax.

Jan 1955 9 clubs:
Fairlington changes name to Old Dominion Arlington.

Jan 1954 8 Clubs:
New Annandale.

Jan 1953 7 Clubs:
New Mount Vernon

Jan 1952 7 Clubs: Alexandria
Arlington
Fairlington
Falls Church
Fredericksburg

Manassass
Woodbridge