The Nashville City Civitan Club, part of Civitan’s Valley District, met today at Swett’s Restaurant on Clifton Avenue in West Nashville where the civic organization meets the first and third Wednesdays of every month from 11:30 to 12:30.
Special guest Leslie Ann Benmark, the Area Five Director of Valley District Civitan was on hand to install new officers and new members as outgoing president Scott Brunette handed over the gavel to incoming 2012 president Monae Fletcher.
One of the three new members installed today was Christian Activities publisher Kathryn Darden. Darden has a long history with Civitan, beginning in college at Lipscomb University where she was elected Vice President of the Junior Civitan Club. She helped charter the Hillsboro Road Civitan Club in Green Hills where she served as secretary, vice president and president in the 1980s.
The speaker at the September 7 meeting was Lauren Zook, Director of Development for the Green Hill Family YMCA. Zook told the Civitan group about the upcoming 9 – 10 – 11 Green Hills YMCA Run for the Hills 5K Run and Neighborhood Festival to benefit the Green Hills Family YMCA Annual Giving Campaign.
The Nashville City Civitan Club is active in working with Junior Civitan, as well as Salvation Army Bell Ringing, Big Brothers Paper Drive, Special Olympics, and other good work in the community.
The next meeting of the Nashville City Civitan Club will take place on September 21 at Swett’s Restaurant at 11:30 AM. Visitors are welcome. Email Christian Activities for more information or visit nashvillecitycivitan.com/
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