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Kiwanis Gives to Ft. Bayard Patients

Pictured with gifts and Ft. Bayard Christmas tree are (from left); Lori Ann Bonomo (Kiwanis Ft. Bayard Christmas Chair); Sandy Feutz (Kiwanis Community Outreach Chair); Robert Carson (Kiwanis Club President); Jerry Friedler (Kiwanis Aktion Club Advisor and Club Treasurer).  Not Pictured: Alma Carson

Kiwanis Holiday 2012

The Kiwanis Club of Silver City has again sponsored the Alzheimer's unit at Ft. Bayard Medical Center and purchased individually selected gifts for each patient. Kiwanis, besides serving children, also supports community outreach projects that benefit the elderly and others in need. Included with each gift was a hand made Christmas card created by members of the Kiwanis Aktion Club of Silver City. The Aktion Club is a community service group comprised of adults living with developmental disabilities.

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