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Hope Kiwanis Holds Special Programs In November

By Staff, 11/24/20 7:25 PM

The Hope Kiwanis Club has had special observances to honor those in several different areas of service.  On November 17th, the club honored government and public officials.  Hope Vice-Mayor Don Still, a member of the club, was on hand with a proclamation to honor these public servants.  Pictured at that program are Vice-Mayor Still, Hope Sanitation Superintendent Nathaniel Holyfield, Jr., Mayor Steve Montgomery (who brought the program), Brian Berry and Chris Smith of UAHT, and Kiwanis President and Hope Policeman Jimmy Courtney.

The special programs wrapped up on November 24th with the annual “Farm City Week” program.   The observance was smaller this year as the club didn’t invite farmers as guests.  The program was brought by the Cooperative Extension Service and the Farm Family of the Year.  Again, Vice-Mayor Still offered a proclamation on behalf of the city.  Pictured are program organizer Bob Willis, Chris Sweat and daughter Sara who are part of the Farm Family of the Year, Terrie James and Kimberly Rowe of the Cooperative Extension Service, and Vice-Mayor Still.