Chardon Kiwanis Prepares for New Year with New Leadership and 2019 Maple Sales

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At a recent meeting of the Chardon Kiwanis, the leadership team for the 2018-2019 term was elected, new members were inducted, and planning for Maple Sales took place.

The leadership team includes Ken Kirchner serving as President; Jim Rayl and Bob Yates serving as Co-Treasurer and Secretary; Carl Farren, Jim Madea, Joe Miller, Norma Moses, and Bob Yates severing as Directors. In addition, Jim Kniskern and Heather Penrod were inducted as new members. The club is excited to welcome the new leadership team and new members who will lead the club forward in our important mission of helping community.

The club is looking forward to the impending Maple season, which will officially kick off with Tapping Sunday on March 3rd at 1:00 p.m. on the Historic Chardon Square. The Kiwanis will once again be selling Maple products at the Heritage House starting with Tapping Sunday and going through the Maple Festival. All monies raised will support the scholarships and programs that are offered by Kiwanis in the Chardon area. “I can’t wait for Maple syrup sales in start in March on the Chardon Square in our Heritage House,” said President Ken Kircher. “Maple syrup season is one of my favorite times of the year because there are lots Maple sugar, lots of pancakes, and a wonderful Maple Festival April 25- 28.”

Anyone interested in the Kiwanis mission to help the world one child at a time is encouraged to attend any meeting or activity of the club. To find out more about the club, please visit Chardon Kiwanis or 440-537-7316.

Pictured In Cover Photo:  Newly elected Kiwanis leadership team and new members. From front and left are Norma Moses, Jim Media, Carl Farren, Heather Penrod, Jim Kniskern, Joe Miller, Ken Kirchner, Jim Rayl, and Bob Yates.

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