Mighty Civitans had the flags flying downtown for Martin Luther King Day. Eighty-nine flags are on the streets downtown and up to Opelika Rd. near the Frank Brown Rec. Center and Post Office. The flags fly on patriotic holidays and other special days.
November 19 and 20, 2017 the Civitans smoked 100 turkeys and 90 hams for our annual fundraiser. This is our biggest fundraiser of the year, used to support our service projects and charities.
L to R: Charles Mitchell, Auburn Civitan Club, Elizabeth and Emmalee Jordan, History Seekers 4-H Club.
Miss Elizabeth Jordan and Miss Emmalee Jordan, officers with the History Seekers 4-H Club, recently gave a presentation to the Civitan Club of Auburn about 4-H Club activities. Of particular interest was the planned “‘Back in Time” holiday dinner that the Club is sponsoring at Pioneer Park on December 9. This activity will feature 4-Hers as servers and actors during a 3-hour holiday meal in a mid-1800s setting. Ticket information is available at http://www.leecountyhistoricalsociety.org/back-in-time-dinner
Flags flew in Auburn on Veterans Day, 2017. For the first time, flags were flying on the redesigned Opelika Rd. between Ross and Gay Streets.
The AU Wheelchair Basketball team recently competed in their first tournament of the year. They won the tournament with a 3-1 record. Here is a link to some of the coverage:
Each year we raise money for our service projects and charities by smoking turkeys and hams. This year they will be ready for pickup on November 19, 2017 at the Elks Club Lodge on Opelika Rd.
Price for both turkeys and hams is $40 each. Please download our flyer here.
How to care for your turkey or ham, including recipes.
Do smoked turkeys and hams put you into the holiday spirit? Check out our evergreen wreaths for sale here.
Mighty Civitans had the flags flying downtown for Labor Day, 2017.