Alabama Kiwanis Kourier, November 2017
District board holds fall meeting By Patrice Stewart Kourier editor
Alabama District Governor Armand St. Raymond talked with lieutenant governors from around the state about building new Kiwanis clubs, as well as adding members to and strengthening existing clubs, during their Sept. 23 meeting in Opelika. The meeting was held the same day as K-Family Day at the Jean Dean Reading Is Fundamental warehouse, so some were able to attend both events. St. Raymond said building a new Kiwanis club in
Gardendale is first on his agenda, and he has already met with prospective members for a new club there. “I’m planning on boosting membership in the Alabama District this year, and we have been given the task of starting at least five new clubs by Kiwanis International President Jim Rochford,” the governor said. Call or email St. Raymond if you have ideas about where clubs are needed. He has a list of “orphan” Key clubs, Builders clubs and Circle K clubs and thinks those areas should be targeted (See BOARD, Page 18)
Governor Armand St. Raymond and his board of lieutenant governors got down to business at their fall meeting in Opelika. Those attending, bottom photo, from left, were Mike Winstead, Glenda Selman, Robert Lanoux, Elise Hearn, Doc Overholt, St. Raymond, Steve Thomas, District Secretary Pat Manasco, Critt Snellgrove and Mary Prather.
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