Auburn Civitan members Dr. Jim Wright (l) and Kirk Iversen (r).
At the January monthly meeting, Dr. Jim Wright, Auburn Civitan Club member, spoke about Public Health – What Is It and How Much Does It Cost?.
Dr. Wright participates in local and regional/national public health projects to promote public health systems.
At the August monthly meeting, our own Bryan Chin presented a program about his visit to the Prague Technical Museum. Many interesting exhibits including classic cars, Czech bicycles, and much more.
Charles and Peggy spoke at the June meeting about their recent round-the-country trip on Amtrak, traveling from Alabama to New Orleans, the West Coast, Rocky Mountains, Chicago (and deep dish pizza!), and more.
At the monthly April Auburn Civitan meeting, Elsie Lott, manager of the Lee County Community Market, described the work of the Market. The Community Market is part of the Food Bank of East Alabama and provides special nutritional help for families in need. The Civitans are happy to be long–time supporters of the Market.
At the March 2019 Auburn Civitan meeting, Civitan Dr. Bryan Chin presented a talk about the Last Model A – a one-of-a-kind Estate Wagon built by Henry Ford II. This automobile was build expressly for Ford, and was then passed down to others until found by Bryan.
Wallace Baldwin (l) and Club President, Joe Liddy (r).
Auburn Civitan Club member Wallace Baldwin spoke at our February 19 monthly meeting on the service of clergy in the armed forces. Wallace’s served many years as a military serviceman.
Clergy Appreciation Week is an international project of Civitan International, which honors local leaders of all faiths for their dedicated service to their local communities. Since 1963, Civitan clubs around the world have set aside a week in February of each year to honor local faith leaders for their acts of service.
At our January 15 monthly meeting, our own Billy Kennedy spoke about his work on our District committee and what is going on with the District. Our District includes a number of clubs that are all doing some important civic work and service projects. We are honored to have one of our own members serving on this committee.
Nathan Waters, Auburn Civitan (l), with Eloise (center), and Searcy (r) Kelly.
Eloise Kelly and her family visited with the Auburn Civitans on November 13 to share her week at Camp ASCCA.
Her mother, Searcy, said that Eloise had a great time with all of the activities offered and had a great counselor, Marianna.
The Auburn Civitans sponsor one or two campers each year and enjoy being able to help these great kids and their families experience a great time.
Here is a YouTube video showing some of the fun stuff going on at Camp ASCCA.
Nathan Waters (l) and Anthony Terling (r).
Anthony’s primary responsibility is to market the area as a sporting event destination, soliciting travelers, groups and event planners from around the nation. He is also implementing a new volunteer program that will be essential for large-scale events of all types including not only tournaments, but also community events such as “On the Tracks,” “Summer Night Art Walk” and “Bo Bikes Bama.”
President Nathan Waters (l) and Sara Grace Walters (r).
Sarah Grace Walters spoke to the Civitans about the Auburn Cares program at Auburn University.
Auburn Cares works with students to aid them in the successful navigation of challenging, personal life issues, critical incidents, hardships, and emergencies that may impede a student’s success and retention at Auburn University.