Foley Kiwanis Club inducts officers, names Kiwanian of the Year

By Jessica Vaughn
Posted 10/20/21

The Foley Kiwanis Club inducted officers during a special banquet held on Tuesday, Oct. 12 at Wolf Bay Restaurant. Club officers hold titles for two years. During the event, President-elect Brian …

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Foley Kiwanis Club inducts officers, names Kiwanian of the Year

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The Foley Kiwanis Club inducted officers during a special banquet held on Tuesday, Oct. 12 at Wolf Bay Restaurant. Club officers hold titles for two years. During the event, President-elect Brian Broussard was presented with the Kiwanian of the Year award. Guest speakers were Kiwanis Division 7 Lt. Gov. Alisha Linam Bowen and Foley Mayor Ralph Hellmich. The Foley Kiwanis Club is responsible for the Annual Christmas Parade, giving out sno-cones at the Baldwin County Special Olympics, sponsoring the Foley High School Key Club, awarding scholarships for FHS seniors and, the most recent addition, hosting a Poker Run to raise funds to benefit schoolchildren in the community. “I’ve got a good team,” said Foley Kiwanis President Russ Morrison. “We’ve got good members, community-minded members, and I’m happy and pleased with the growth and direction that this club is going. Let’s grow and help the community more, and my biggest goal is to get clubs and programs in the schools, besides just the Key Club, and that will help the community more for the future.”