Kiwanis Club of Richmond and Irvine Ravenna Hold Joint 2006 Induction

Becky Werner, Lieutenant Governor of District 9 of the Kentucky Tennessee District of Kiwanis International, inducted both the Richmond and the Irvine-Ravenna 2006-2007 Officers and boards.

Richmond Kiwanis Board and Officers Inducted

Newly inducted officers and board members of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond are: Front row (l. To r.) David Harkleroad, president; Dr. Kim Naugle, immediate past president; and Elizabeth Robinson, board member for 2006-2008. Back row (l. To r.) Danny Damrel, secretary; Jack Taylor , board member for 2006-2008; Adam Poff, Vice President/President-Elect; Elbert Hudson, Treasurer; and Dr. Glen Kleine, board member for 2005-2007.
Board members not available for the photograph were: Brenda Blankenship for 2005-2007, Dr. Chris Boni for 2006-2008, Wayne Short for 2005-2007 and Dr. Morris Taylor for 2005-2007.

The Richmond Kiwans officers and board members were inducted at a joint meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond and the Kiwanis Club of Irvine Ravenna. Inducting the leadership of the Richmond Kiwanis Club was Rebecca Werner, the Lieutenant Governor of District 9 of the Kentucky Tennessee District of Kiwanis International.

Irvine-Ravenna Kiwanis Board and Officers Inducted

Dr. Tom Bonney served as the MC for the joint inducation ceremony.

Richmond Club President David Harkleroad (left), presents the Richmond Kiwanian of the Year award to Dr. Glen Kleine at the induction ceremony. The Kiwanian of the Year Award is determined by a vote of the club members.

Several quilters from the Irvine-Ravenna Club were recognized at the banquet for their time and talent they contributed in making the Division 9 quilt square.

The largest fundraiser at the Kentucky-Tennessee Division 2006 Convention was the sale of the K-T quilt, a concept developed by K-T First Lady Michelle Garman, to Betty and Jim Stevens from the Kiwanis Club of Erwin, TN for $2,600. Betty is the current Lt. Gov. of Division 7. This one-of-a-kind quilt featured squares produced by each of the divisions in the Kentucky-Tennessee District.

Humor and singing weere significatn parts of the inducation ceremony.

Richmond members smile for the camera.

Earl Rhodes is recognized for his long-time membership and leadership in Kiwanis

More Richmond members ready to eat at Cedar Village in Irvine

Dr. Tom Bonney checks with Richmond President David Harkleroad about final program details.

More Richmond members enjoy the installation program

The incoming president of the Irvine-Ravenna Club outlined his goals for 2006-2007.


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