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Clark joins Kiwanis Club

Deb Clark was inducted as a new club member at the Nov. 23 Kiwanis meeting. Clark is originally from Canada and has lived in the U.S. for 10 years. She and her husband farm near Woodworth, N.D., and have other farm-related businesses. They have f...

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Kiwanis President Katie Ryan-Anderson, left, is pictured with new member Deb Clark. Submitted photo

Deb Clark was inducted as a new club member at the Nov. 23 Kiwanis meeting. Clark is originally from Canada and has lived in the U.S. for 10 years. She and her husband farm near Woodworth, N.D., and have other farm-related businesses. They have four children.
Katie Ryan-Anderson led the meeting attended by 27 members and three guests at the Quality Inn & Suites.
Two representatives from Stutsman Harley-Davidson were present at the meeting and received a thank-you gift for their role in hosting the Kids Against Hunger meal packaging event on
Nov. 14. Don Caine led group singing accompanied by Sharon Caine. Mark Morabith collected Happy Dollars for Salvation Army.
Kiwanis member K.C. DeBoer, CEO of Jamestown Regional Medical Center, introduced guest speaker Dr. Robert Bates from JRMC. Bates is a urologist from Michigan where he worked for 35 years before relocating to Jamestown. He is originally from Chicago, Ill., and graduated from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He also has a master’s in philosophy, biology and medical management. With the addition of Bates, JRMC now offers the specialty practice of urology, which focuses on disease of the kidney, bladder, prostate and male and female reproductive organs. Urology was one of the top three specialty areas in a survey of the region, which is why it was brought to the community.
Kiwanis member Chuck Axtman will introduce the program at the Dec. 7 noon luncheon at the Quality Inn & Suites.
The 50 members of Jamestown Kiwanis meet each Monday at noon. They welcome new members to join the club whose mission is to improve the world one child and one community at a time. For more information, visit www.Facebook.com/JamestownKiwanis , email JamestownKiwanis@gmail.com , or call Amanda Thrift at 253-3124.

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