|Millbrook Civitans gain international recognition|
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|Friday, 19 July 2013 09:54|
(L-R) Penny Nichols Immediate Past President - Millbrook Civitan Club, Bill Buscher-Immediate Past President Civitan International, Jimmy Sutherland President-Elect - Millbrook Civitan Club, and James Jones - Past President of Alabama Distrcit and member of the Millbrook Civitan Club.
Photo: Special to the Indy
The Millbrook Civitan Club is now officially 'outstanding.' The club was given the recognition as an "Outstanding New Club" during the Civitan International annual meeting in Denver, Colorado. The Millbrook club earned this distinction over all clubs formed internationally in 2011-2012.
The club's Past President Penny Nichols and President-Elect Jimmy Sutherland accepted the award on behalf of the club.
|Last Updated on Monday, 29 July 2013 08:45|
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By ART PARKER, Editor
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