Spring 2010 Express Page 1
EXPRESS Official Publication, Alabama Central District No. 1
SPRING 2010 NUMBER 3
Scott Serota, Governor Charles Mitchell, Editor
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BEAUTIFUL SPRING DISTRICT MEETING
More than 50 Alabama Central District Civitans enjoyed beau-
tiful spring weather and a fantastic lake view at the spring dis
trict meeting at Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge on 20
March. Dr. Susan Campbell of the Civitan International Re-
search Center was keynote speaker on facts and issues
associated with autism. She concluded her presentation
with an announcement of plans to build a new “Research
Civitan Club” at UAB. Also during the meeting, $206 was
raised in memory of the son of C.I. President and First Lady,
Mark and Cassie Eisenger. The funds will go toward a Civitan
International Foundation Fellow.
CIRC BENEFIT JUNE 5
“CIRC Benefit” at Children’s Fresh Air Farm in Bluff Park on
Saturday, June 5th. at 6:30 P.M. Tickets are $25.00. Enter- Governor Scott Serota (l) congratulates club builders Mark
tainment, food and fellowship. Proceeds benefit the Civitan Jones and Joanie Brown for their efforts at building the
International Research Center. Tickets and more informa- new Chelsea Civitan Club. Ivana Lukic (r) is president of
tion will be mailed to club presidents soon. This event re- the Chelsea Club. Certificates were presented at the Spring
places the past-governor’s roast. district meeting at Lake Guntersville State Park.
MAY IS VIDALIA ONION
* U.S. Grade #1 Vidalia Onions will be packaged in 10 lb.
bags (3" to 4" in size and weigh from 10 to 18 ounces each).
* Your club will pre-sell the 10 lb bags during the months of
March and April for $10 per bag.
* Chairman for your club will report to the District Fundraising
DISTRICT CALENDAR 2009-2010 Team (Daniel Whittington, firstname.lastname@example.org and Robyn
April 25 Vidalia Onion orders due White, Alcentralcivitan@charter.net ).
May 6 Vidalia Onions to be delivered * Your club will need to have all orders with district order
May 15 Cahaba River Cleanup, Helena form and a club check ($5.00 per bag) to district by April 25.
June 5 CIRC Benefit, Bluff Park The club keeps $5.00 per bag.
July 26 Deadline, Summer issue ACD Express
* The onions will be delivered on May 6. Start selling those
August 13-14 Dist. Conv., Lakepoint Resort, Eufaula
August 28 Geo Training in Birmingham
great onions and make this a successful project for the dis-
Sept. 3-6 C.I. Convention, Cancun, Mexico trict as well as your club. You will receive additional infor-
mation about the delivery drop off/pickup places. .
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For Easter, the Trussville Civitans assembled and donated
20 Easter Baskets to underpriveleged youth in the area (see
photo left). But
Trussville has taken a
patriotic lean as of
late. After donating to
the local Trussville
we have donated two
sacks of cell phones Members of the new Chelsea Civitan Club had the most
for the District’s “Cell members of any ACD club at the spring district meeting at
Phones for Soldiers” the Lodge overlooking Lake Guntersville State park on
project. In late May, March 20.
we will assist in the SYLACAUGA
“Vets Helping Vets” In January, the Sylacauga club collected funds for the relief
Motorcycle Rally at effort following the earthquake in Haiti. We joined with the
the Birmingham Race SHS Jr. Civitans and collected $1126 outside Wal-Mart and
Course. There will be Piggly Wiggly. All of the funds were designated to Doctors
a 50/50 drawing and Without Borders. The first meeting in February honored our
we will present a trophy to the best bike at the rally. Learn area clergy. We had 14 clergy guests attend with Sylacauga
more about Vets Helping Vets at this website: Mayor Sam Wright reading the proclamation of Clergy Ap-
http://www.alabamathunder.com/ preciation Week. On April 10th, we worked with the Cyclist
--Dee Hutsler of Greater Sylacauga to sponsor a 100 mile bike ride
fundraiser. The monies raised are used to fund our Lisa
Baird Merit Scholarship Award. April 17th is the day for our
AUBURN second annual Autism Walk. All of the money we raise will
go to the Autism Society. Currenty, we are sponsoring to
Have you ever tried a grilled PB&J sandwich? That’s what
charter the South Shelby County Civitan Club, which in-
the Auburn Civitans will be selling at Auburn’s annual City
cludes the towns of Harpersville, Vincent, and Westover.
Fest on April 24. Auburn Civitans, Kirk Iversen and Andy
The Sylacauga club had representation at the Region 1
Price, came up with the idea after working at Sunbelt Ag.
meeting in February, the Alabama Central District spring
Expo in Moultrie, Georigia, where the Georgia Peanut Com-
meeting in March, and Camp ASCCA cleanup in April.
mission has a very popular exhibit featuring grilled peanut
butter and jelly sandwiches. Wish us luck in this adventure.
We love to eat, so we take every opportunity to serve food
whether it is our annual chili supper which we had last March
or our Vidalia Onion sales at the local farmers’ market. Civitan
plans to cook up
rings as entice-
ments for cus-
tomers to buy a
bag at the Thurs-
day Market at
Park on the A.U.
photo). Selling onions couldn’t be any easier.. . or tasty! Junior Civitans show off their basket for the Camp ASCCA-
--Charles Mitchell Dadeville auction on April 10 during the annual cleanup.
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AREA V CLUB NEWS ACD Civitan Clubs Receive Awards from
Center Point Remodeling to achieve ADA approval has
been completed for the club house. Harold Faris spear
headed this project. They are now impatiently waiting for
the grant to pay for the changes, so everything else is on Honor Clubs
hold until they finish paying for these improvements. They Greater Titusville President Clarence Davis
have added one new member.. They have a Barbeque sched- Opelika President Tom Brown
uled for May 22nd, selling butts for $25 and ribs for $18.
Wilsonville President Anne Phelps
They are also taking orders for Vidalia Onions.
Eastwood – Irondale. Club has added two members this Honor Clubs of Distinction
year. They have a speaker at every meeting. Club has ACTION President Joe Roberta
receive both TV and newspaper coverage this year due to Gardendale President Robert E Lee
the attention they have received for club projects. The most
Perimeter President Debra McWilliams
recent being blankets for the homeless. Club collected
100 blankets which were distributed by the health care clinic Tuskegee President Andrea Foye
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treat the homeless under the freeway. Club assisted in
making bags for the Irondale Senior Citizens for Valentine MONTEVALLO
Day and provided a basket for the camp ASCCA/Civitan The Montevallo club celebrated Clergy Appreciation month
auction. Club made donations to both the Sno Do and with a covered dish supper on February 8. Fourteen guests
Dance A Thon projects for the Junior Civitans. Club was attended the event, among them eight ministers and/or their
represented at the Spring District Meeting in Guntersville spouses. President, Dr. Earl Cunningham, presented Emily
by Buz and Charlotte Brown. They are currently taking Pendleton with the Sponsorship Award from Civitan Inter-
orders for Vidalia Onions and sending a student to the Youth national. Emily had recruited 10 new members to the club.
Leadership Seminar. Before the dinner, those attending enjoyed a beautiful musi-
cal program by Bob Cowan and guest Phillis Chase. A
Tri County. Club is hosting a monthly bingo night at the great evening!
Trussville Nursing Home in conjunction with the Center Point At the city of Montevallo’s annual citizenship’s awards
Club. This is enjoyed by members as well as residents. dinner, on March 12, Dr. Earl Cunningham received the
They had representatives attend the District Spring Meet- Civic Leader of the Year award, and member, Don Whitten,
ing at Lake Guntersville Lodge. The club participated in was presented with the Civitan of the Year award.
Camp ASCCA clean up and auction and is currently taking Congratulaltions to both.
orders for Vidalia Onions, They plan to help with the Cahaba --Hilda Hicks
River Clean-up in May.
--Amy Shirley, Area Director
(editor’ note: This article was intended for the Winter Is-
Junior Civitan News
The year started off in full swing with Little League Fall Ball
and the running of the concession stand. The Club spon-
sored a Pancake Supper Fundraiser for Wilsonville Elemen-
tary School. This included a Drawing contest, of which On January 9th, about 170 pounds of pop tops and 50
ribbons were awarded to the winners. In December, the 3rd sets of preemie clothes were turned in to benefit the Ronald
Annual Christmas Bazaar and Photos with Santa was held. McDonald House. It’s been determined that the dollars re-
There were over 20 Vendors and a variety of Crafts/Mer- ceived from recycling the pop tops will pay for 2 night’s ac-
chandise sold. Club member, Joe Ray was honored by commodation for 1 family. This project is wonderful and does
the South Shelby Chamber of Commerce with the Citizen meet a great need. We hope to have an even higher amount
of the Year award. Joe is Executive Director of Adaptive for next year’s project so start saving!
Aquatics in Wilsonville. We are so proud of him and his Junior Civitan Governor, Miyoka Berry met her goal by
contribution to the community. The Club celebrated its 63rd raising $2,500 for SNO-DO! Of that amount, over $500 was
Anniversary in January with an awards banquet. Joy Green, raised outside of Civitan! She received a “Round to It” trophy
Treasurer received the Clubs Civitan of the Year Award and for her efforts.
Linda Bell received the Clubs Honor Key. Joy and Linda Junior Civitan PRC, Alonza Parker, has raised $1,250
are fairly new members and have chaired fundraisers and for DANCE-A-THON! At this time he is still $250 away from
held officer positions in the Club and have worked tirelessly reaching his goal.
for the benefit of the Club and community. Upcoming A new Junior club is being built at Vestavia High School.
Events: 5/1/2010 Bass Tournament and 5/24/2010 Golf --Merrily Serota
Tournament. Jr. Civitan Chair
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C orner CLEANUP
Who: Volunteers! All Civitans, Community Service Groups,
Halftime in the ‘Numbers Game’ Scout Troops, Environmentalists, Student Groups, Canoe-
April Fool’s Day marks the midpoint in the Civitan year ists, Kayakers, Outdoor Enthusiasts. No experience re-
(for those keeping a daily count!). As with any timed event, quired – anyone is welcome!
keeping track of the score while you go from start to finish is What: An annual one-day service event to help clean-up
critical in the strategy of the game play. The numbers in the the Cahaba River. Volunteers will paddle the river in canoes
Alabama Central District game at this point as related to the to collect debris that has collected in the river such as tires,
goals set at the beginning of the year are mostly on track. bottles, many types of balls, cans and other trash.
We are now in the best season for both recruiting and club When: Saturday, May 15, Registration is from 7-8 AM. Es-
building so those numbers are moving into the positive. The timated finish time is 12-1 PM. Lunch will be served after-
new geographic training program for club presidents was wards at Buck Creek Park at Old Helena.
welcomed in successfully. Continuity of District leadership Where: Registration will take place at Buck Creek Park in
with the announcement of Brian Dix’ intention to run for Gov- Old Helena.
ernor ensures momentum of current efforts. Why: The Cahaba River is the longest free-flowing natural
Now come the tougher goals that only you guys can do – river in Alabama running from Trussville through the Birming-
increase participation in District events and on the District ham metro down to the Selma area. The Cahaba helps
team. At the annual Camp Civitan workday less than half of supply drinking water to Birmingham and surrounding com-
the Clubs sent representatives to this perfect opportunity to munities. The river requires regular clean-up to keep debris
conduct service and fellowship with other Civitans. There is out so that the water stays pure and aquatic life can flour-
a responsibility that the Club leaders have to get their folks ish.
motivated to attend these functions. While the group that How (can you help):
was there accomplished most of the necessary work, those • Volunteer on the river – canoes will be provided – YOU
who missed the workday have missed out on much more WILL GET DIRTY – and love it! Spaces are limited, first
than ‘just another District function’. It is the hands-on projects come first serve.
that attract most of the new recruits to Clubs and if your • Volunteer on the shore – there is a job for anyone that
group is having a tough time with shifting back to the ‘get wants to help – you don’t have to get dirty!
your hands dirty’ mode that is what attracted you in the first • Financial support – corporate or individual – this is a
place, then you lost that perfect chance. fundraiser of the Alabama Central District Civitans, all money
The next best opportunity to get involved at the District raised goes to charities supported by these Civitan Clubs
level is to attend the annual ACD convention. For those of and the Civitan International Research Center
you who have been voicing opinions that the trip to Ft. Walton
is too far, too expensive and way outside of the District, we To volunteer, make a donation or for more information, visit
have listened and adjusted. This year the convention is at www.cahabarivercleanup.org or call Project Chair Daniel
Lake Eufaula and promises to be much more focused on Whittington @ 205-907-4161
inter-club fellowship than prior years’ conventions. This shift
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response to requests of Civitans asking for that move. How-
ever, the expense is directly related to attendance and that CAMP ASCCA-DADEVILLE CLEANUP
is a factor that only you can affect. The offer for you to par- REPORT - April 10, 2010
ticipate at District level events is once again on the table. * 43 Civitans participated from 12 clubs
This convention is being rearranged to cater to Civitans’ re- * 19 Junior Civitans participated from 6 clubs
quests for different location and lower costs. It is now depen- * Camp was cleaned
dent upon the 900 plus Civitans in the Alabama Central Dis- * Supplies were donated
trict to show your support by attending this event and finding * 12 baskets auctioned raising $920
out what you have been missing for all these years. Same * Clubs donated $2400
game – ball is in your court! Please come to the ACD con- * Total raised for Camp ASCCA-Dadeville and presented to
vention!! Camp Director, Tom Collier = $3320
--SS --Jim Yerkey
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“Having obtained the support of
the Sylacauga Civitan Club and hav-
ing read and understand the re-
quirements set out in Civitan Inter-
national policies, I, Brian Dix, Wynton Hodges
hereby announce my candidacy for Well, Spring is here again. Time to do those springtime
2010-2011 Alabama Central Dis- projects like Camp Civitan cleanup, building wheelchair
trict Governor Elect. I am a char- ramps, Vidalia Onion sales project, and the Cahaba River
ter member of the Sylacauga clean-up project. These are projects that we can do as a
Civitan Club. I have served as club team. A very important item of business for each club is
treasurer, president elect, and club president, receiving election of officers for the 2010-2011 year. We must get
International’s Distinguished President Award. I have also this done and reported to CI. Regional training for Presi-
served as chair of several club fundraisers including the an- dents and President-Elects will be on Saturday, August 28
nual Vidalia Onion Sales. I assisted in building a Junior Civitan in Birmingham. This will be a great opportunity for our clubs
Club at Sylacauga High School. The club has recognized my to learn and grow in leadership skills!
service with a Club Honor Key. During the next two months, I will have the honor of
It was my honor to serve on the Alabama Central District attending the Alabama Central and Alabama-West Florida
Board from 2007-2009, as Area 3 Director. In the past, I have Junior Civitan joint convention in Ft. Walton Beach and will
been involved with several district projects, including Camp be installing their officers for the coming year. I will also be
ASCCA cleanups and the Cahaba River cleanup. In 2009, I joining the group attending the Youth Seminar at Harding
was recognized with a District Honor Key. If elected, I will University in Searcy, Arkansas as a chaperone. This was
abide by the requirements set forth in Civitan International a great experience last year and I am anxious to return
and Alabama Central District policies to the best of my abil- again with the Burnettes this year.
ity. Thank you for your support.” The district is currently building three new clubs: South
Sincerely, Shelby, Alabaster, and Research Civitan Clubs. So if you
Brian Dix know of anyone in one of these areas interested in Civitan
let someone on the club building teams know.
A new venue format for the “Governor’s Roast” is planned
asa the “CIRC Benefit”. You will enjoy this program as we
Spring Civitan Trivia raise money to benefit the CIRC in honor of our immediate
(All answers are in this newsletter and on Page 8.) past Governor, Mark Jones.
1. The longest, free-flowing natural river in Alabama is Put the District Convention on your calendar – August
the. . . 13-14 at Lakepoint State Park Resort in Eufaula. We have
a. Cahaba brought it back to Alabama so we expect many of you to
b. Sipsey join us there. There’s still time to reserve your rooms and
c. Warrior get registered for Civitan International Convention in Cancun.
d. Chattahoochee --WH
2. Lake Point Resort is on which of the above rivers?
3. Which event is replacing the past Governor’s Roast?
4. Vidalia onions are grown in. . . .
a. Alabama Wiregrass
b. Florida Panhandle
c. South Georgia
d. Carolina Sandhills
5. Only one Geo Training will be held in Alabama Central
District. In what city?
6. Which ACD Civitan Club had the most members at
the Spring District Meeting?
7. What is the Auburn Club selling at City Fest?
8. International Civitan President Mark Eisinger. . . Take me away… to Cancun
a. waltzes Civitan’s 2010 Convention Destination
b. swings September 3-6, 2010 - Hilton Cancun
c. rolls Resort & Spa
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NEED A SPEAKER? CONTACT KENDYL.
Kendyl Massey contacted all the clubs in the ACD a while
Message from Civitan back about outstanding speakers they would recommend
International President for programs. Only a few clubs contributed but she com-
piled a spreadsheet of potential speakers which she will
Mark Eisinger gladly share with any ACD Civitan. This list is especially
helpful for the Birmingham area. She is still accepting new
Greetings Rockin’ Civitans!
entries and invites all the clubs to contribute speaker con-
We have reached the middle of
tacts. Email Kendyl Massey (email@example.com)
our Civitan fiscal year, and
through my travels, I have met
many great Civitans and learned
about the incredible service projects that clubs are complet-
ing. Constructing wheelchair ramps; playgrounds for indi-
viduals with disabilities; collecting toiletries and clothing for
the homeless; collecting suitcases and backpacks for fos-
ter children; participating in Special Olympics training and
games; and helping needy families with food and gifts for EARLY ELECTIONS FOR GEO TRAINING
the holidays. Elect your club officers early so they will have plenty of time
The economy has created many more needs that must to participate in the Geographical Training offered by Civitan
be met by Civitan Clubs. When there are more needs, many International. All club presidents and presidents-elect must
people want to pitch-in to help. Ask a co-worker, neighbor or go through a 1-day training offered around the country. The
someone from your family or church to a Civitan meeting or geo training sessions offer a dynamic curriculum designed
service project. Ask them to join the club. By combining by club officers across the country. Training will get your
our efforts, we can and will help the people in our communi- new officers excited about attending; the curriculum changes
ties. each year. Registration begins in April. For more informa-
You may have family and friends that are not Civitans tion or to pre-register, contact Stacy Sabo, Director of Lead-
and unfortunately there is not a Civitan club in their area, or ership Training, Civitan International (phone: 1-800-248-4826
they may not be able to attend local club meetings due to ext 120; email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Below is a sampling of
their job or disability. We have a solution, a new online the geo training offered in or near Alabama Central District
Civitan Club called Civitan Connect. This new club will meet this summer.
once a month online, members will complete service projects Huntsville, AL, Aug. 21
in their local communities and share stories and photos Decatur, AL,
through Facebook. The club is pilot program that will char-
** Atlanta, GA, July 17
ter March 31st, so refer and sponsor your non-Civitan friends Birmingham, AL
and family to www.civitanconnect.com. Aug. 28
Cassi and I had the opportunity to visit Cancun to pre-
pare for the 2010 Civitan International Convention this Labor
Day weekend, September 3 to 6. The Cancun Hilton Spa Mobile, AL Aug. 7
and Golf Resort is the best hotel we have ever stayed. From
only $99 per night, every room overlooks the Gulf of Mexico
and white sand beaches; there is a seafood restaurant on
the beach; a beautiful lobby atrium and attached convention
center. There are seven connected swimming pools, a golf
course and two tennis courts. The bus system stops in
front of the Hilton and for 75 cents, each way, you can visit View the Newsletter in Color at
the restaurants, the shopping centers and sites of Cancun. http://www.alabamacentraldistrict.org/
There are many familiar restaurants including Outback
Steakhouse, Hard Rock Café, Chili’s, Bubba Gumps Shrimp
Co., Margaritaville, Starbucks, McDonalds and Subway. The
latest Civitan magazine has photos and all of the details or
see www.civitan.org/convention. You will need a passport, and your communities. Civitan is truly making an impact on
so apply or renew yours today! our planet, Civitan Rocks Our World! Looking forward to see-
You are welcome to follow my travels on www.twitter.com/ ing you on Facebook and in Cancun! YOU ROCK!
civimark or by reading my blog at www.civitan.org/blogs (read
about our preview trip to Cancun), and being a friend on Yours in Civitan,
www.facebook.com/civimark. These are great communica- Mark and Cassi Eisinger
tion tools for Civitan! Thank you for all you do for Civitan Civitan International President and First Lady
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Stars Fell On Alabama!
2010 Alabama Central District Convention
Convention Room Reservation Information
Where: Lake Point State Park Resort
104 Lakepoint Drive
When: August 13-14, 2010
********Room Reservations must be made with Resort by June 12, 2010********
(On this date, our block of reserved lodging choices will be released, no guarantee after this date.)
Hotel rooms, cabins, campsites, etc are available on first come basis.
Make your reservations early! Cost of lodging will depend on your choice:
Regular Room – 2 Queen beds - $ 89.00 per night
King Room – 1 King bed - $ 96.00 per night
Cabin – two bedroom - $ 110.00 per night
Add 10% tax plus $3.00 per room per day city service tax. Limit 1-2 persons per room. Extra person per room
under 12 years of age is $10.00 extra per day. Lodging Reservations must be made separately from registration:
To make reservation, call: 334-687-8011 or 1-800-544-5253
(Our Group is # 1155 - “Alabama Central Civitan District”)
Meeting registration form will be available as soon as costs are finalized and confirmed. Club
Presidents will receive information by mail; all others will receive by email. Information and updates
will be posted as available on www.alabamacentraldistrict.org.
Each club is asked to sponsor at least one item for the Silent Auction to benefit the Civitan International
Individuals are asked to bring one or more door prizes valued at a minimum of $10 and goodies to share
in the hospitality. (Chips, dips, cookies and other good snacks would be appreciated)
Sodas will be provided. (BYOB)
Meeting agenda will begin with fellowship, dinner (possibly cook-out type) at approx. 7:00 p.m. on
Friday (8/13.) Other program activities will follow. Registration/check-in will begin at 3:00 p.m. and be
available thru the dinner hour.
Be sure to make room reservations early if you need special accommodations or have special requests.
For Convention updates, schedule of events and more information, please visit the district website at:
If you have questions, please call Emily Hodges, Meetings Coordinator
(205) 699-2001 (H) or 999-2118 (Cell)
Or email: email@example.com
******** Meeting Registration Deadline will be: August 2, 2010 ********
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DISTRICT OFFICERS 2009-2010
Alabama Central District Projects Governor .................................................. Scott Serota
Candy Box/Coin Box Governor-Elect...................................... Wynton Hodges
Claxton Fruit Cake Sales Immediate-Past Governor ............................ Mark Jones
Treasurer ............................................... Emily Hodges
Cahaba River Cleanup
Secretary ...................................... Rebekah Whittington
Vidalia Onion Sales
Past Governor Director ........................ Lisa Abercrombie
Camp ASCCA-Dadeville (Camp Civitan)
Answers to “SPRING CIVITAN TRIVIA” on page 5.
1. a Area I Director........................................... Anita Barlow
2. d (Druid/Capstone, Northport, Tuscaloosa, Westside, Alpha 1, Brent,
3. CIRC Benefit Demopolis, Selma)
4. c Area II Director ..................................... Barbara Howard
5. Birmingham (Auburn, Alex City, Opelika, Phenix City, Tuskegee)
6. Chelsea Area III Director ......................................... Anne Phelps
7. grilled PB&J sandwiches
(Buck Creek, Montevallo, Wilsonville, Sylacauga, Pell City)
8. d (He “Rocks” Civitan)
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(Fairfield, Greater Titusville, ACTION, Birmingham, Homewood,
Hoover, Perimeter, Vestavia)
Area V Director ........................................... Amy Shirley
The Alabama Central Express is published 4 times a
(Center Point, Eastwood/Irondale, Gardendale, International,
year and mailed to over 900 Civitans in the Alabama Tarrant, Tri-County, Trussville, Warrior)
Central District to keep them informed of Civitan activi-
ties in their district and region. To have information DISTRICT CHAIRPERSONS
about your club or activity included in this newsletter, Awards & Finance ........................................ Mark Jones
Campus Civitan Coordinator ................. Lisa Abercrombie
Directory ....................................... Rebekah Whittington
Charles Mitchell, Editor Growth & Development ................................ Dee Hutsler
Central Alabama Express Foundation Liason ........................................ Mark Jones
1122 Lee Rd. 57 Fundraiser Coordinator ....................... Daniel Whittington
Auburn, AL 36832 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Robyn White
Junior Civitan Chair .................................. Merrily Serota
Junior Civitan Liaison ........................... Lisa Abercrombie
Marketing/Public Relations ................... Lisa Abercrombie
Meetings Coordinator ................................ Emily Hodges
Policies ................................................. Kendyl Morgan
Public Relations & Marketing..................Lisa Abercrombie
Judge Advocate........................................Kendyl Morgan
Newsletter Editor .................................. Charles Mitchell
Youth Seminar Chair .................. Jerry & Brenda Burnette
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