Kiwanis Honors Barton Healthcare at Annual Agent Installation | South Lake Tahoe

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SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif .– The Kiwanis Club of Tahoe Sierra celebrated another year of service to the South Lake Tahoe community at the annual Officers’ Installation Celebration on August 15 at the Revive Coffee and Wine Bar.

After two years of leadership, Kelly Meyer retired as president and passed the hammer on to Mike Foster. He and the 2021-2022 officers and board members were installed by Kiwanis, Cal-Nev-Ha Division 45, Lieutenant Governor Christy Ramsey.

Along with Mike, the team includes Kelly Meyer (Past President), Pat Frega (Vice President) Tom Millham (Treasurer), Marie Foster (Secretary) and board members Rich Dart, Cheryl Millham, George Alm, Bob Olsen and Sharon Seegelken.

Before stepping down, Kelly Meyer presented Marie Foster with a Distinguished Service Award. Marie is a founding member of the club, past president for two terms and current secretary of the club. She has served on numerous committees and is a club advisor for the Kiwanis Aktion Club, a service club for adults living with developmental disabilities.

During the festivities, the club presented this year’s Community Service Award to Barton Healthcare in recognition of their continued dedication to South Lake Tahoe. Director of Community Benefits Chris Proctor accepted the award on behalf of Dr. Clint Purvance, CEO and President of Barton Healthcare.

Kiwanis would like to thank Barton Healthcare not only for the exceptional medical care of its frontline medical staff, but for all of its dedicated staff who work tirelessly every day, especially during the pandemic. The award was presented by Tom Millham, former club president and Gary Gray, district governor of Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha.

All photos were taken by Marie Foster.

In the first photo: Tom Millham, Chris Proctor and Gary Gray. Tom is the club’s founding president and former district governor of Cal-Nev-Ha (2010-11). Chris is the Director of Community Benefits at Barton Hospital. Gary is the “current” district governor of Cal-Nev-Ha for Kiwanis International (2020-21). Chris received the Community Service Award on behalf of Dr Clint Purvance (CEO and President of Barton Hospital).



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