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The Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County has been recognized by its Kiwanis International parent organization as a “Distinguished Club” for the 2009-10 club year, based on its successful completion of service and growth objectives. The award was presented to club representatives at the Kiwanis Georgia District’s annual midwinter conference held recently at Georgia State College and University in Milledgeville. Pictured, Kiwanis of Dougherty’s 2009-10 president Dorene Parker accepts the award certificate from current president Mike Bertram. Bertram was also honored at the conference as a “Distinguished Lieutenant Governor” for 2009-10 for his guidance of the eight clubs in Kiwanis Georgia District’s Division 3 (Dougherty County, Albany, Albany Golden K, Southern Rivers, Lee County, Turner County, Americus, and Cordele). Additionally, Judy Varnell (not pictured) was named a “Distinguished Secretary” for the club.

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