Lin­coln Ki­wa­nis In­duct New Of­fi­cers

Washington County Enterprise-Leader - - NEWS - By Lynn Kut­ter

LIN­COLN — Carl Beu­telschies, out­go­ing pres­i­dent of Lin­coln Area Ki­wa­nis Club, gave an over­view of the past year dur­ing last week’s club meet­ing.

Nine new mem­bers joined the club dur­ing the past year and Beau­telschies noted this shows peo­ple are still in­ter­ested in be­ing in­volved to help the com­mu­nity.

The club changed lo­ca­tions from the com­mu­nity build­ing on Lin­coln Square to meet­ing at the ad­min­is­tra­tion build­ing for Lin­coln Con­sol­i­dated School Dis­trict. The move saved the club $1,500, Beuteschies said.

Ara­mark be­gan pro­vid­ing lunches for club meet­ings and Be­telschies said that has worked well for the club also.

Beu­telschies rec­og­nized two mem­bers as be­ing the Ki­wa­ni­ans of the Year for the Lin­coln Club.

Mary Ann Spears, su­per­in­ten­dent of schools, was rec­og­nized for bring­ing in four new mem­bers and for help­ing the club with its new meet­ing place and new meals. Jerry Leach was rec­og­nized for co­or­di­nat­ing Meals on Wheels for the club and or­ga­niz­ing pro­grams each week.

“I’ve en­joyed this year and hope­fully, I’ve left it bet­ter than it was,” Beu­telschies said.

New of­fi­cers were in­ducted last week. Dakota Lem­ing is the new pres­i­dent; Me­gan Hud­gens, sec­re­tary-trea­surer; Dan Woo­ley, pres­i­dent elect.


Mary Ann Spears, left, and Jerry Leach were named Ki­wa­ni­ans of the Year for the Lin­coln Area Ki­wa­nis Club by club pres­i­dent Carl Beu­telschies.


Of­fi­cers and board mem­bers for Lin­coln Area Ki­wa­nis Club for the com­ing year are (front, left) Bryan Sny­der, pres­i­dent Dakota Lem­ing, Dale Reed; (back, left) past pres­i­dent Carl Beu­telschies, Lesa Raby-Owens, Jerry Mizell, Claude Wal­lace, sec­re­tary-trea­surer Me­gan Hud­gens and Jill Jack­son. Not pic­tured is Dan Woo­ley, pres­i­dent-elect.

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