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Kiwanis Club holds Family Night

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Seated from left are Dick Goyne, president, Kiwanis Club of Middlesex; Meghan Shores, president, Middlesex Elementary School K-Kids; Taylor Shores, president, St. Clare Walker Middle School Builders Club; Lisha Viens, faculty advisor, St. Clare Walker Middle School Builders Club; Maggie Hall, president, Middlesex High School Key Club; and Matt Owens, lieutenant governor, Key Club Division 4B. Standing from left are Judy Murray, K-Kids faculty advisor, K-Kids district administrator, Key Club zone administrator; Russ Russell, Kiwanis advisor for Key Club, Builders Club and K-Kids; Linda Douglas, faculty advisor, Mathews High School Key Club; and Bill Murray, faculty advisor, Middlesex High School Key Club.
The Kiwanis Club of Middlesex held its 12th Family Night Program on November 24 in the Middlesex High School auditorium. In addition to presenting pins to new members, the presidents of each club gave short speeches emphasizing their club’s involvement in school and community service projects.

Members from the Mathews High School Key Club were unable to attend, however, faculty advisor Linda Douglas reported on the club’s activities.

The Kiwanis family clubs are true service clubs. They select and plan their service and fund-raising projects and perform them under the supervision of their respective faculty advisors.

posted 12.03.2009

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