Captial District Kiwanis History

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OLD DIVISION 11
District Officers
Organized 1952 from Division 7
Located Southern Delaware
Region DelMarVa

Oct 2013 8 Clubs:
To the New Division in the Chesapeake Region: Bridgeville, Coastal Delaware, Dover, Georgetown DE, Greater Milllsboro, Seaford.

To the New Division 6 in Mason Dixon Region: Elkton, Wilmington

Oct 2010 - 2011 8 Clubs:
Rehoboth Beach change name to Coastal Delaware
Bridgeville
Dover
Elkton

Georgetown DE
Greater Milllsboro
Rehoboth Beach
Seaford
Wilmington

Oct 2009 - 2010 9 Clubs:

Oct 2008 - 2009 Distinguished Clubs: Bridgeville, Dover, Elkton, Greater Milllsboro, and Rehoboth Beach

Oct 2006 - 2007 9 Clubs:
Receive Division 7 clubs - Dover, Elkton, Wilmington
Resigned Charter Milford

Oct 2005 - 2006 Region DelMarVa 7 Clubs: District Honorable Mention Award

Oct 2004 - 2005
Charter Revoked Easton

Oct 2000 - 2001 7 Clubs: Bridgeville
Easton
Georgetown DE
Greater Milllsboro
Milford
Rehoboth Beach
Seaford

Oct 1998 - 1999 8 Clubs:
Charter Revoked Sussex Shore.

Oct 1997 - 1998 7 Clubs:
From D15 Easton

Oct 1995 - 1996 6 Clubs:
New Sussex Shore

Oct 1990 - 1991, 7 Clubs:
Non Meeting Greenwood

Oct 1988 - 1989 6 Clubs:
New Greater Milllsboro

Oct. 1987 - 1988 7 Clubs:
Laurel DE surrenders charter.

Oct. 1983 - 1984 8 clubs:
Non Meeting Frankford

Oct. 1980 -1981, 8 clubs: Bridgeville
Frankford
Georgetown DE

Greenwood
Laurel DE
Milford
Rehoboth Beach
Seaford

Jan. 1956, 9 clubs:
To D15: Chincoteague, Crisfield, Delmar, Easton, Pocomoke City, Salisbury.
From D7 Milford

Jan 1954 13 clubs:
New Frankford

Jan. 1953 12 Clubs:
New Pocomoke City

Jan. 1952 11 Clubs:
New Laurel DE
Bridgeville
Chincoteague
Crisfield
Delmar
Easton
Georgetown DE
Greenwood
Millsboro
Rehoboth Beach
Salisbury
Seaford