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August 1, 2017

Washington Kiwanis Club Awards Scholarship



The Washington Kiwanis Club awarded the second of its annual $1,200 scholarships at a recent meeting. Walter R. "Rob" Zerniak IV from Washington High School was honored as the recipient. During his time at Washington High, Rob was active in the Key Club along with many other school and extracurricular activities.

Pictured left to right are Rob Zerniak and Scholarship Chairman David Francisco. In comments to the club, Rob announced his intention to attend North Carolina State University this fall.

Funding for the scholarships and other club projects comes from community activities including the Annual Lobster Sale, the Washington / Kiwanis Christmas Parade and the Annual Golf Tournament.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.



July 18, 2017

Washington Kiwanis Club Awards Scholarship





The Washington Kiwanis Club has awarded $1,200 scholarships to three local Key Club seniors. Jamya M. Moore was honored at a recent Kiwanis Club luncheon meeting. The remaining recipients will be recognized at future club meetings.

Ms. Moore, a recent graduate of Southside High School, told club members of her plans to pursue a information systems degree at UNC Greensboro. She was active in the Kiwanis sponsored Key Club during high school.

Pictured are Jamya Moore and David Francisco, Club Scholarship Chairman.
 
Funding for the scholarships and other club projects comes from community activities including the Annual Lobster Sale, the Washington / Kiwanis Christmas Parade and the Annual Golf Tournament.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


February 28, 2017

Club Celebrates 70 Years of Service




The Kiwanis Club of Washington celebrated its 70th anniversary during the regular meeting February 28th at King Chicken. Speaking to the group, Les King, Carolinas District Governor of Kiwanis, acknowledged the considerable contribution to the community provided by the club over the years and encouraged membership growth, especially targeted to younger members. King said, “The local Kiwanis Club is more important to the community than to Kiwanis.” and encouraged the membership to, “expand, grow, stay-the-course and do the good stuff.”.

Speaking as a member of the community, Brownie Futrell, former publisher of the Washington Daily News, recalled the many benefits of growing up in a community with projects and opportunities sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. He also recalled several Daily News employees who were active and dedicated club members.

As part of the meeting. Club President Gil Davis presented the Kiwanian of the Year award to Curtis Brookshire honoring his decade of service to the club as secretary/treasurer.

Pictured left to right are Stuart O'Neal, Past President; Gil Davis, President; Connie King; Curtis Brookshire; Les King, Governor, Carolinas District; and Brownie Futrell.
 
The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.



June 22, 2016


Washington Kiwanis Club Awards Scholarship


The Washington Kiwanis Club awarded the third of its annual $1,200 scholarships at a recent meeting. Kaitlin E. Brescia from Northside High School was honored as the recipient. During her time at Northside, Kaitlin was active in the Key Club along with many other school activities.

Pictured left to right are Kaitlin E. Brescia and Scholarship Chairman David Francisco. In comments to the club, Kaitlin announced her intention to attend Appalachian State University and major in secondary English education.

Funding for the scholarships and other club projects comes from community activities including the Annual Lobster Sale, the Washington / Kiwanis Christmas Parade and the Annual Golf Tournament.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


June 7, 2016

Washington Kiwanis Club Awards Scholarships





The Washington Kiwanis Club has awarded $1,200 scholarships to three local Key Club seniors. The following were honored at a recent meeting: Sarah Woolard, Washington High School and Megan Godley, Southside High School. The remaining recipient will be honored at a future club meeting.

Ms. Woolard, this year's Key Club president at Washington High School, told club members of her plans to pursue an environmental studies degree at Appalachian State University. Ms. Godley told club members that she plans to pursue a nursing degree at Eastern Carolina University. Ms Godley was also Key Club president this past year at Southside High School.

Pictured left to right are Stuart O'Neal, Club President, Sarah Woolard, Megan Godley and David Francisco, Club Scholarship Chairman.
 
Funding for the scholarships and other club projects comes from community activities including the Annual Lobster Sale, the Washington / Kiwanis Christmas Parade and the Annual Golf Tournament.

 
The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


April 7, 2016

Club Inducts New Member




Marty Paramore was inducted as the newest member of the Kiwanis Club of Washington during Tuesday's lunch meeting. The ceremony was conducted by Bobby Roberson, club membership chairman (left) and Gil Davis (right) member sponsor.

Mr. Paramore is employed as the Beaufort County Clerk of Superior Court, a position he has held for the last 10 years after being elected in 2006. Marty is a former coach for area youth teams and currently volunteers with Southside High School athletic events as an announcer and all around helper.  He has  worked as a probation officer and as an investigator with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s office.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


December 19, 2015

Washington Kiwanis Honored With Internatonal Recognition



The Kiwanis Club of Washington has been recognized by the Kiwanis International Foundation for its contributions to the Gifts of Today program.

Gifts of Today come to the foundation from individuals, clubs and other entities. These gifts are the backbone of the Kiwanis foundation. Through consistent yearly gifts, one person, one club and one contribution at a time, Kiwanians extend their impact to the children of the world.

The Today Club program honors clubs that achieve a minimum per-member giving level from active dues-paying members during the Kiwanis administrative year.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


July 21, 2015

Washington Kiwanis Supports One School, One Book Program

The Washington Kiwanis Club presented a $1,000 check to leaders from P.S. Jones Middle School in support of their One School, One Book program. The program is a national initiative in which an entire school (all students and all staff) read the same book at the same time. Benefits of the program include enhanced school unity; elimination of stereotypes; provide ancillary programs, including writing, trivia and art contests to foster a fun atmosphere and emphasize positive character traits. In remarks to the club, Dawn Landen reported that the program was well received by both students and staff in its first year.

Pictured left to right is Kelly Makepeace from P.S. Jones, Kiwanis President Stuart O'Neal presenting the check to Dawn Landen and Tracey Nixon, P.S. Jones Principal.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


July 14, 2015

Washington Kiwanis Awards Francisco Memorial Scholarship






The Washington Kiwanis Club awarded the fourth of its annual $1,200 scholarships at a recent meeting. Kyle Krajewski from Washington High School was honored as the Christopher Francisco Memorial Scholarship recipient.

Pictured left to right are Barbara Francisco, Scholarship Chairman David Francisco and Kyle Krajewski. In comments to the club, Kyle announced his intention to attend UNC Chapel Hill and major in geology.

Funding for the scholarships and other club projects comes from community activities including the Annual Lobster Sale, the Washington / Kiwanis Christmas Parade and the Annual Golf Tournament.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


June 23, 2015

Washington Kiwanis Club Awards Scholarships





The Washington Kiwanis Club has awarded $1,200 scholarships to four local Key Club seniors. The following were honored at a recent meeting: Megan Baldwin, Washington High School; James "Nick" Blount, Southside High School; and Savannah Bunn, Northside High School. The remaining recipient will be honored at the next club meeting.

Pictured left to right are Scholarship Chairman David Francisco, Megan Baldwin, Nick Blount and Savannah Bunn.
 
Funding for the scholarships and other club projects comes from community activities including the Annual Lobster Sale, the Washington / Kiwanis Christmas Parade and the Annual Golf Tournament.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.



May 23, 2015

Washington Kiwanis Club Golf Tournament Funds Scholarships



The 24th annual Washington Kiwanis Golf Tournament was held the afternoon of May 22nd at the Washington Yacht and Country Club. A field of 48 golfers participated in the event including teams from two local high schools. Their participation along with support from local sponsors generated needed funds for the club's scholarship programs along with funding for other community projects. The golf tournament is one of three major fundraising projects. The others include a lobster sale, scheduled for  early November and the annual Washington Christmas Parade.

Pictured left to right is the winning team with Stuart O'Neal, Washington Kiwanis Club President; Tanner Bright, Adrian Waters and William Woolard. Eric Slade was not available for the photo.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.

November 13, 2014

Kiwanians On Hand for Builders Club Installation of Officers

Members of the Kiwanis Club of Washington were recent guests for the installation of officers of the Builders Club at P.S. Jones Middle School. Here (left to right), Kiwanis Club President Stuart O'Neal is shown with Builders Club officers Adriana Cilluffo, President; Callie Smith, Vice President; Cortland Whitley, Secretary; Noah Roberson, Treasure and Gil Davis, Youth Programs Chairman. Builders Club, a part of Kiwanis, is an international student-led organization providing members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership. Discussed at this meeting were various community projects including programs to benefit local nursing home residents, manpower for Eagle's Wings food pantry and programs to help Ruth’s House, a 'safe house' in Beaufort County for victims of domestic violence. The Kiwanis Club of Washington sponsors the P.S. Jones Builders Club along with Key Clubs in local high schools.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.

November 11, 2014

Washington Kiwanis Supports One School, One Book Program


The Washington Kiwanis Club presented a check to leaders from P.S. Jones Middle School in support of their One School, One Book program. The program is a national initiative in which an entire school (all students and all staff) read the same book at the same time. Benefits of the program include enhanced school unity; elimination of stereotypes; provide ancillary programs, including writing, trivia and art contests to foster a fun atmosphere and emphasize positive character traits. The effort will also bolster Beaufort County Schools' anti-bullying efforts, according to the program's sponsors.

Pictured left to right are Janet Calloway and Ruthanna Jeffries from P.S. Jones, Kiwanis President Stuart O'Neal presenting the check to Tracey Nixon, P.S. Jones Principal and Dawn Landen from P.S. Jones.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


October 8, 2014

Stuart O'Neal Installed as Kiwanis President

Stuart O'Neal was installed as President of the Kiwanis Club of Washington by Carolinas District 17 Lieutenant Governor Marilyn Alexander at Tuesdays regular weekly meeting.

He is a Edward Jones financial advisor in Washington. Stuart resides in Magnolia Shores in Washington with his wife, Allison and their two children. He is a NC State University graduate with a bachelor of arts in communications.

Other officers installed at the meeting included Secretary/Treasurer Curtis Brookshire, Immediate Past President James Johnston and board of director members David Francisco, Bobby Roberson and Marcian Bouchard.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.

July 2, 2014

Washington Kiwanis Club Golf Tournament Benefits Scholarship Fund



The 23rd annual Washington Kiwanis Golf Tournament was held the afternoon of June 28th at the Washington Yacht and Country Club. A field of 44 golfers participated in the event. Their participation along with support from local sponsors generated needed funds for the club's scholarship programs along with funding for other community projects. The golf tournament is one of three major fundraising projects. The others include a lobster sale, scheduled for  November 8th and the annual Washington Christmas Parade.

Pictured left to right is the winning team; Chris Whitehead, Will Tyson, John Hudson and Bill Wall.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.

June 24, 2014

Scholorships Awarded by Washington Kiwanis Club



The Washington Kiwanis Club has awarded $1,200 scholarships to four local Key Club seniors. The recipient from Southside High School was Holly Perry and from Northside High School was Cheyenne Franks. Previously, the club announced two other recipients, Elizabeth Miller and Christian Crompton, both from Washington High School.

The winners were honored at a recent meeting of the local club. Pictured left to right are Holly Perry, Scholarship Chairman David Francisco and Cheyenne Franks. Ms. Perry told club members that she intended to attend NC State and major in biology while Ms. Franks said that she plans to attend ECU and major in pre-law.
 
Funding for the scholarships and other club projects comes from community activities including the Annual Lobster Sale, the Washington / Kiwanis Christmas Parade and the annual Superball Golf Tournament.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


June 17, 2014

Washington Kiwanis Club Awards Scholarships



The Washington Kiwanis Club has awarded $1,200 scholarships to four local Key Club seniors. From Washington High School were Elizabeth Miller and Christian Crompton. Crompton was also the Christopher Francisco Memorial Scholarship recipient. The remaining two recipients will be honored at the next club meeting.

Pictured left to right are Scholarship Chairman David Francisco with Elizabeth Miller and Christian Crompton who attended a recent Kiwanis meeting. In comments to the club, Ms. Miller announced her intention to attend UNC, Chapel Hill to major in biology while Mr. Cromption told the members that he would attend NC State and intended to major in engineering.
 
Funding for the scholarships and other club projects comes from community activities including the Annual Lobster Sale, the Washington / Kiwanis Christmas Parade and the upcoming Golf Tournament scheduled for Saturday, June 28th at the Washington Yacht & Country Club.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.

June 11, 2014

Kiwanis Honors Key Club, Builders Club & Terrific Kids Educators



Beaufort County educators who sponsor and advise the local Kiwanis in-school programs were recent guests at the club's weekly meeting. Shown from left to right; James Johnston, Kiwanis President; Dale Cole, Principal, Southside High; Tracey Nixon, Kristen Peed and Megan Moore, P.S. Jones Middle School; Leslea Jones, Chocowinity Primary; Janet Calloway, P.S. Jones Middle School; Elizabeth Picone, Eastern Elementary; Candice Strickland, Chocowinity Primary; and Gil Davis, club youth services chairman.

The Key and Builders Clubs,
a part of Kiwanis, are international student-led organizations providing members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership. Terrific Kids is a student-recognition program that promotes character development, self-esteem and perseverance.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.

May 28, 2014

Kiwanis Golf Tournament Features New Car for Hole In One


The Kiwanis Club of Washington Superball Tournament, scheduled for June 28th at the Washington Yacht and Country Club, will feature a new car to be awarded for a hole in one on #10. Steve Lee, President of Lee Chevrolet (left) and Kiwanis member Stuart O'Neal (right) are shown with a car typical of the prize.

This is the 23rd Annual Superball Tournament presented by the local service club.  Both player and sponsor registration forms are available from any Kiwanian or may be found on the club's web site, www.washingtonkiwanis.org. All proceeds benefit the children of our community through scholarships and other programs.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.

November 7, 2013

Kiwanians Visit New Builders Club

Members of the Kiwanis Club of Washington were recent guests of the newly chartered Builders Club at P.S. Jones Middle School. Here (left to right), Kiwanis Club President James Johnston  is shown with Builders Club officers Ashly Williams, Secretary; Blake Swanner, President; Britany Rawlins, Vice President; and Ben Crawford, Treasurer. Builders Club, a part of Kiwanis, is an international student-led organization providing members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership. Discussed at this meeting were various community projects including programs to benefit local nursing home residents, manpower for Eagle's Wings food pantry and programs to help Ruth’s House, a 'safe house' in Beaufort County for victims of domestic violence. The Kiwanis Club of Washington sponsors the P.S. Jones Builders Club along with Key Clubs in local high schools.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


October 1, 2013

James Johnston Installed as Kiwanis President


James Johnston was installed as President of the Kiwanis Club of Washington by Carolinas District 17 Lieutenant Governor Gladys Chianello at Tuesdays regular weekly meeting. James was also honored as this year's Kiwanian of the the year for his significant contributions to club projects.

He is an Agribusiness Relationship Officer with First South Bank, having worked with the bank since 2004. James resides in Chocowinity with his wife, Dawn and their two children.  He is a member of Haw Branch Church of Christ.

Other officers installed at the meeting included President Elect Cheryl Scott, Secretary/Treasurer Curtis Brookshire, Immediate Past President Gil Davis and board of director members David Francisco, John Powell, Bobby Roberson and Marcian Bouchard.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


September 25, 2013

Lobster Sale Set for November 2nd

Cheryl
                          Scott with 2013 Lobster Sign

The Kiwanis Club of Washington's 30th Annual Lobster Sale will be held on November 2nd from 9AM to 2PM. Lobsters will be available either live or cooked in the parking lot of Dr. Jimmy Walker's office at 629 West 15th Street in Washington according to this year's chairperson, Dr. Cheryl Scott shown holding the sales poster.

Tickets for the Maine lobsters are available for $18 each from any local Kiwanis Club representative and at these businesses: Schmitt's Watch Repair, 202 West Main Street; Dirks Chiropractic, 360 Cherry Run Center; Commercial Truck & Equipment Service, 1458 John Small Avenue; and the office of David Francisco, Attorney, 117 West 3rd Street.  Proceeds from the sale benefit local youth projects including the Kiwanis Club of Washington Scholarship Fund.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


June 29, 2013

Washington Kiwanis Club Golf Tournament Benefits Scholarship Fund

2013 Golf Tournament
                          Winning Foursome

The 22nd annual Washington Kiwanis Golf Tournament was held the afternoon of June 29th at the Washington Yacht and Country Club. A field of 40 golfers participated in the event. Their participation along with support from local sponsors generated needed funds for the club's scholarship programs along with other community projects. The golf tournament is one of three major fundraising projects. The others include a lobster sale in November and the annual Washington Christmas Parade.

Pictured left to right is the winning team; Terry Radcliff, Wayne Harrell, Kiwanis Club President Gil Davis, Philip Mobley and Matt Raushchenbach.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


June 25, 2013

Washington Kiwanis Club Awards Scholarships

2013 Scholorship
                          Winners

The Washington Kiwanis Club has awarded $1,500 Scholarships to four local Key Club seniors. From Washington High School were John Frederick "Jay" Campbell, and John C.S. "Jack" Rodman.  Rodman's was also the Christopher Francisco Memorial Scholarship. From Northside High School the winner was Martaleigh Cotten O'Neal.  From Southside High School was Antonio Elroy Guion. In addition, Addie Van Salisbury and Robin Thompson of Washington High School were selected to receive the Edmund Harding $500 Scholarships presented by the Club.

Pictured left to right are Scholarship Chairman, David Francisco, Antonio Elroy Guion, Martaleigh Cotten O'Neal, John Frederick "Jay" Campbell and President Gil Davis.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


May 21, 2013

Terrific Teachers

Terrific Kids

The Washington Kiwanis Club honored local educators at their meeting this week for their participation in the popular Kiwanis Terrific Kids program. Shown left to right: Elizabeth Picone, Terrific Kids sponsor at Eastern Elementary; Gil Davis, Kiwanis Club President; Chrystal Dixon, sponsor at Northeast Elementary; Leslie Jones, sponsor at Chocowinity Primary; and Dr. Don Phipps, Superintendent of Beaufort County Schools. Terrific Kids is a student-recognition program that promotes character development, self-esteem and perseverance and has been a local Kiwanis Club supported effort for over 20 years. The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.

May 21, 2013

Southside Key Club Guests of Kiwanis

Southside Web

The Key Club members from Southside High School were guests of the Washington Kiwanis Club at a recent meeting. Shown left to right: Holly Perry; Emily Perry; Jalynne Ramsey; Raven Wilkin, club advisor; Gil Davis, Kiwanis Club President; Dr. Don Phipps, Superintendent of Beaufort County Schools; John McCormick; Tony Guion and Josh Wilson. Key Club International is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. The Washington Kiwanis Club has sponsored Key Clubs in various local high schools for many years. The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.


June 27, 2012

Scholarships Presented At Weekly Meeting

The Washington Kiwanis Club has awarded $1,000 Scholarships to five local Key Club seniors. From Washington High School were Kevin Chavez, Avery Woolard and Lee Pinkham. Pinkham’s was also the Christopher Francisco Memorial Scholarship. From Northside High School winners were Mariah Hawkins and Alexia Greene. In addition, Will Allen and Raven Simpson of Washington High School were selected to receive the Edmund Harding $500 Scholarship presented by the Club.

Pictured left to right are Scholarship Chairman, David Francisco, Avery Woolard, Mariah Hawkins, Will Allen and President Bobby Roberson.

In the photo below, Lee Pinkham is shown with David Francisco and Bobby Roberson from the July 31st meeting.

Lee
                          Pinkham, Kiwanis Scholorship Winner


June 12, 2012

Local Teacher Recognized as Terrific Kids Sponsor

Windley present
                          plaque for Terrific Kids program

Bobby Roberson, President of the Kiwanis Club of Washington, presented a plaque to Carol Windley, Guidance Counselor at Chocowinity Primary School for 8 years of service as a sponsor of the Terrific Kids Program. The presentation was made during the club's regular weekly meeting at King Chicken.

Terrific Kids is a student-recognition program that promotes character development, self-esteem and perseverance. The program is part of the local Kiwanis Club's youth programs.

Students work with their classroom teacher to establish goals to improve behavior, peer relationships, attendance or school work.  All students who achieve their goals after a specified time are recognized as Terrific Kids.

Also participating in the award presentation were (left to right) Alicia Vosburgh, Principal, Chocowinity Primary School; Mr. Roberson; Ms. Windley; Gil Davis, Chairman of the Terrific Kids Program; and Liz Picone, Guidance Counselor and Terrific Kids sponsor at Eastern Elementary School.

The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.