Diamond “K” Kiwanis

ADA — Diamond “K” Kiwanis met Jan. 24 for its regular meeting. Dr. Roy Watson, president, led the pledge to the flag and gave the invocation. M.E. Carr introduced Josh Brecheen, field representative for Senator Tom Coburn. Brecheen spoke about programs which are currently in progress. Twenty-four members were in attendance.

The group also met Jan. 31 at the Aldridge for a breakfast meeting with wives as guests. Watson presided and Doc Bowen introduced Dr. David Hubler who spoke about sport injuries. Twenty-one members were in attendance, along with past Lieutenant Governor Charles Barrick.

Twenty-two members were in attendance at the Feb. 7 meeting with the program being presented by Chrishan Cooley of the Family Crisis Center. She spoke about the work they do and how they help families in a crisis situation. Attending from the Shawnee Noon Club were Ken McDowell, Fred Gouleer, Rachael Monroe and Darin Rutherford.

Watson gave the flag salute and James Treas gave the invocation Feb. 14. Bowen introduced Ron Boggs who spoke about the changes in Social Security and how they could affect an individual.

Nine members attended a luncheon meeting with the Holdenville Club Feb. 15. Attending that meeting were Roy Watson, M.E. Carr, Buck Phillips, Andy Hood, Neal Beasley, James Treas, Juanita Sutton, Annette Rhoads and Alba Little.

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