I.T. Works founder speaks at Kiwanis
Sandy Franke introduced Travis Vinje, owner of I.T.Works, at the recent Kiwanis meeting.
Our special guest was Lt Gov.-Elect Gary Ochsner, who is originally from Jamestown. He said the Jamestown Kiwanis Club meets every goal that is set. Many service organizations are having problems with membership; however, Jamestown’s club has added members.
Kiwanis loses 50,000 to 60,000 Key Club members (high school students) each year when they go off to college as there are not enough Circle K clubs available. The Circle K clubs are for college students. They are looking for a lieutentant governor for this region. They have split it out so the new lieutenant governor would have only the cities of Jamestown, Carrington, Harvey and Devils Lake.
Brecto of the Salvation Army, thanked everyone for the $10,143 that was raised by the Kiwanis Club ringing bells during the Christmas season.
Darryl Bernston will introduce the speaker at the Feb. 10 noon luncheon meeting at the Legacy Center.