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B J Mullinax
Johnny Ray Smith
Kristopher Kevin Gilmer
IN MEMORY OF EAGLE SCOUTS
Troop 5 Eagle Scouts
Centre Lodge 37
West Greer Street
Civitans are everyday citizens who come together in communities around the world to socialize, learn and serve their neighbors. Civitan has grown to over 40,000 members in dozens of countries, including youth and college programs. On the international level, Civitan is devoted to improving the lives of children and adults with developmental disabilities. Civitan's flagship program is the UAB Civitan International Research Center, the first institution of its kind in the United States to be solely dedicated to research of developmental disabilities.
Claxton Fruitcake Sales
For over half a century, Civitans have been selling Claxton Fruitcake to fund various community service projects. Today, local Civitan Clubs work with area grocery retailers to bring Claxton fruitcake to the community and fund local service projects.
Mike Petersen was awarded Civitan of the Year by Al Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Moon was awarded Citizens of the Year by Andy Sullivan.
Honea Path Civitan Club held it's annual ladies night at Erskine College recently.
Dr. Richard Rosenberger spoke on behalf of Anderson County School District Two at the Civitan Club annual ladies night which was held at Erskine College.