Health & Senior Living

Local Kiwanis groups recognized as ‘Distinguished Clubs’

    DOVER-FOXCROFT — At the Feb. 4 meeting of the Dover-Foxcroft Kiwanis Club, Bob Moore, Past Lt. Governor for New England Kiwanis Division 2, announced that the Dover- Foxcroft Club, Dexter Sunrise Kiwanis, Moosehead Lake-Greenville Kiwanis, Three Rivers Kiwanis of Milo & Brownville along with Orono-Old Town Kiwanis all have been recognized as Distinguished Clubs, by Kiwanis International. Moore said he was pleased that all five clubs in Div. 2 were recognized as distinguished clubs. 


    He went on to point out that of the 26 Divisions in New England and Bermuda District, Div. 2 was the only division to achieve this milestone. To be recognized as a Distinguished Kiwanis Club by Kiwanis International, the local club must excel in service, leadership and growth, explained Moore.

    Div. 2 also received the Distinguished District Award. The Distinguished Division Award, based on local officers attending training seminars, filing reports in a timely manner, having a net increase in membership and attending regional or national conventions, are just a few of the requirements for the award added Moore.

    Moore then thanked all five Kiwanis Club Presidents and Board of Directors for their leadership in achieving this honor. The honor is the result of all five area Kiwanis clubs working together to provide service to children and senior citizens as well as for the betterment of their communities.

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