Kiwanis installs new officers for the yearDoug Wolf, Region One lieutenant governor-elect, Bismarck, in-stalled the Jamestown Kiwanis Club officers for 2010-11 at the Kiwanis noon luncheon meeting Oct. 11 at the Lantern Room
Doug Wolf, Region One lieutenant governor-elect, Bismarck, in-stalled the Jamestown Kiwanis Club officers for 2010-11 at the Kiwanis noon luncheon meeting Oct. 11 at the Lantern Room. Wolf recognized Galen Rasmussen, immediate past president, with a pin. Installed were Kenrad Pederson, president; Tim Burchill, president-elect; Sandy Franke,
vice president; DeLette Winkelman, secretary; Micheal Grounds, treasurer; and Jim Boatman, Jan Barnes and Janna Bergstedt to the board of directors. Those continuing on the board of directors include Jerry Ronholm, Don Bentz and Jim Lees.
Wolf spoke to the two Key Club members, present secretary, Sophie Steinmetz and vice president, Riley Spenningsby. He said he was Key Club vice president when he was in high school in New York. It was in visiting the sponsoring Kiwanis club that he learned to be a leader and a volunteer. When he moved to North Dakota he found many of his new friendships in his church and in Kiwanis.
Burchill led the group singing, Boatman collected “Happy Dollars” for young children’s projects and Pederson presented a plaque of appreciation to Rasmussen for serving as club president the past two years.
Pederson, DeLette and Norman Winkelman at-tended the District Governor’s Conference in Bismarck, Oct. 9. Minnesota-Dakotas Gov. Lowell Disrud, Fargo, was welcomed to Region One where he introduced the goals for the district and international for this year.
Bergstedt will introduce Jamestown’s mayor, Katie Andersen, to speak at the Oct. 25 noon luncheon Kiwanis meeting at the Lantern Room. Andersen will talk about property taxes and will have a question-and- answer time.