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PRESS PHOTOS BY JIM MARSH New officers are installed by The Kiwanis Club of Emmaus for the 2014-2015 service year at a dinner Sept. 24 at the Masters at Shepherd Hills banquet facility. From left, Division 18 Lieutenant Governor Phil Weber, of Emmaus and immediate past president Doug Hohe, of Emmaus, welcome new officers, Rich Durant, of Emmaus, who will serve as president; Renee Wetherhold, of Emmaus, president-elect; Shelly Wright, of Emmaus, treasurer and Elaine Ruch, of Lower Macungie, secretary. Ron PRESS PHOTOS BY JIM MARSH New officers are installed by The Kiwanis Club of Emmaus for the 2014-2015 service year at a dinner Sept. 24 at the Masters at Shepherd Hills banquet facility. From left, Division 18 Lieutenant Governor Phil Weber, of Emmaus and immediate past president Doug Hohe, of Emmaus, welcome new officers, Rich Durant, of Emmaus, who will serve as president; Renee Wetherhold, of Emmaus, president-elect; Shelly Wright, of Emmaus, treasurer and Elaine Ruch, of Lower Macungie, secretary. Ron
The Kiwanis Club of Emmaus inducts three members of the disbanded Kiwanis Club of Parkland who transferred their membership to Emmaus to be able to continue Key Club and other Kiwanis-sponsored activities among Parkland High School students. Welcoming the new members are, from left, Phil Weber, of Emmaus, Division 18 lieutenant governor of the statewide Kiwanis organization; Kiwanis of Emmaus immediate past president, Doug Hohe, of Emmaus and incoming president, Rich Durant, of Emmaus. The Parkland transfer The Kiwanis Club of Emmaus inducts three members of the disbanded Kiwanis Club of Parkland who transferred their membership to Emmaus to be able to continue Key Club and other Kiwanis-sponsored activities among Parkland High School students. Welcoming the new members are, from left, Phil Weber, of Emmaus, Division 18 lieutenant governor of the statewide Kiwanis organization; Kiwanis of Emmaus immediate past president, Doug Hohe, of Emmaus and incoming president, Rich Durant, of Emmaus. The Parkland transfer

The Kiwanis Club of Emmaus

Wednesday, October 1, 2014 by JIM MARSH Special to The Press in Local News

Club installs new officers and welcomes new members and transfers

The Kiwanis Club of Emmaus installed new officers and welcomed new members at its 62nd annual installation dinner held Sept. 24 at The Masters at Shepherd Hills banquet facility, along Krocks Road, in Lower Macungie Township.

Installed were officers for the Emmaus club's 2014-2015 service year: president, Richard Durant, of Emmaus; president-elect, Renee Wetherhold, of Emmaus; vice president, Ron Glassic, of Northampton; treasurer, Shelly Wright, of Emmaus and secretary, Elaine Ruch, of Lower Macungie. Installing the new officers was Phil Weber, of Emmaus, lieutenant governor of Division 18 of the statewide Kiwanis organization.

Kiwanis of Emmaus past president Doug Hohe, of Emmaus, was master of ceremonies for the installation dinner.

The Emmaus club also inducted three members of the Kiwanis of Parkland Club. The club was recently disbanded because of a lack of active members. By affiliating with the Emmaus group, the transferees will be able to sponsor the Parkland High School Key Club and other high school student activities sponsored by Kiwanis.

The members transferring to Emmaus are: Marj Steven, of Orefield; Nancy Dougherty, of Upper Macungie and Deb Homa, of Breinigsville.