Kiwanis installs officers


Submitted photo The Kiwanis Club of Xenia began its new administrative year with the installation of officers and directors Oct. 1. Division Lt. Governor Marcia Hudson was the installing officer. The Xenia club, established to provide service for the community, particularly for youth, is in its 96th year. Chis Stevens will serve as president. Rosalie Beers was recognized for her service on the Ohio District Foundation Board. The club also recognized Harold Hanlin as the outstanding Kiwanian of Year for the 2017-18 administrative year. Pictured are Ben Thompson, treasurer; John Beers, president-elect; Hudson; Stevens; Jon Shrubsole, vice president; and John Balmer, secretary.

Submitted photo The Kiwanis Club of Xenia began its new administrative year with the installation of officers and directors Oct. 1. Division Lt. Governor Marcia Hudson was the installing officer. The Xenia club, established to provide service for the community, particularly for youth, is in its 96th year. Chis Stevens will serve as president. Rosalie Beers was recognized for her service on the Ohio District Foundation Board. The club also recognized Harold Hanlin as the outstanding Kiwanian of Year for the 2017-18 administrative year. Pictured are Ben Thompson, treasurer; John Beers, president-elect; Hudson; Stevens; Jon Shrubsole, vice president; and John Balmer, secretary.


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The Kiwanis Club of Xenia began its new administrative year with the installation of officers and directors Oct. 1. Division Lt. Governor Marcia Hudson was the installing officer. The Xenia club, established to provide service for the community, particularly for youth, is in its 96th year. Chis Stevens will serve as president. Rosalie Beers was recognized for her service on the Ohio District Foundation Board. The club also recognized Harold Hanlin as the outstanding Kiwanian of Year for the 2017-18 administrative year. Pictured are Ben Thompson, treasurer; John Beers, president-elect; Hudson; Stevens; Jon Shrubsole, vice president; and John Balmer, secretary.

Submitted photo The Kiwanis Club of Xenia began its new administrative year with the installation of officers and directors Oct. 1. Division Lt. Governor Marcia Hudson was the installing officer. The Xenia club, established to provide service for the community, particularly for youth, is in its 96th year. Chis Stevens will serve as president. Rosalie Beers was recognized for her service on the Ohio District Foundation Board. The club also recognized Harold Hanlin as the outstanding Kiwanian of Year for the 2017-18 administrative year. Pictured are Ben Thompson, treasurer; John Beers, president-elect; Hudson; Stevens; Jon Shrubsole, vice president; and John Balmer, secretary.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/10/web1_Kiwanis.jpgSubmitted photo The Kiwanis Club of Xenia began its new administrative year with the installation of officers and directors Oct. 1. Division Lt. Governor Marcia Hudson was the installing officer. The Xenia club, established to provide service for the community, particularly for youth, is in its 96th year. Chis Stevens will serve as president. Rosalie Beers was recognized for her service on the Ohio District Foundation Board. The club also recognized Harold Hanlin as the outstanding Kiwanian of Year for the 2017-18 administrative year. Pictured are Ben Thompson, treasurer; John Beers, president-elect; Hudson; Stevens; Jon Shrubsole, vice president; and John Balmer, secretary.