Williamsburg, Kentucky
Williamsburg, Kentucky
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Williamsburg Kiwanis Club

Member of Kiwanis International, KT - TN District, Division 6
                       
                         Serving the Children of the World
 


       
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  • Williamsburg Kiwanis Club was chartered as a member of Kiwanis International on June 4, 1981.
  • Kiwanis gives two college scholarships to Williamsburg H. S. seniors annually, supports Southestern Kentucky Fine Arts Association, supports the Williamsburg Family Resource Center, supports the Whitley County Public Library, supports Jellico Community Hospital Foundation, and supported the 2008 Border Bowl
  • Kiwanis gave $10,000 to the City of Williamsburg for the City Park Playground in 2006
  • Kiwanis participates in the Spring PRIDE Cleanup annually, Repair Affair, and Relay for Life
  • Our three main fund raising projects are The Annual Day of Prayer Breakfast, Kiwanis Cruise for Kids and Kiwanis-Harold Mauney 5K
  • Dr. Mike Colegrove has served as K-T Division 6 Lieutenant Governor
  • President Joel Stenslie back to back terms as President (2001-03)
  • Past President, Barbara Neubert, was the first female to become a member of K-T Division 6
  • Barbara Neubert also served multiple terms as Club Secretary
  • Tom Dowling was Kiwanis President while head coach of the Cumberland College football team (no small task) and he commuted from Corbin
  •  Past President Mike Johnson lived in Jellico and worked in Corbin during his term (what commitment)
  • Past President Steve Morris also commuted from Corbin
  • Past Presidents Joseph Ghulam & Bob Opp commuted from Jellico each week to preside over meetings
  • Take a look at our Kiwanis Club Banner during the next meeting and see who is on the honor roll of Hixon Award Recipients.  A member must either give or raise $1,000 for Kiwanis to receive a Hixon Award.
 

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