Dean Morgan presents the Scouts with a cheque of appreciation. The scouts
play a big part in our Christmas tree campagne.
Heather Veniot thanks speaker Bill Veniot
Mac Carter thanking speaker Dr. Andrew Reddick
Noella thanking speaker Margaret Langille
Patricia Ellsworth thanking Mary McKean with Rev. Basil Lowery
Local author Wayne Curtis, spoke of
life as he once experienced it living on the Miramichi River.
Left to Right: Kiwanian Carole Forbes, Wayne Curtis,
Kiwanis of Fredericton President Jim MacLean.
Wayne Curtis is the author of his published book "Long Ago And Far Away ". in in the work of changing the
world "one child and one community at a time."
Bill Cockburn left and Carole Forbes right with speakers from
The NB Securities Commission
MaryEllen thanks Speaker Ivan Sisco for his Inspirationaltalk to the Club.
Oromocto Bagpiper Ken Bettle was the special speaker at a
recent meeting of Kiwanis of Fredericton.
Piper Bettle related how he had developed an affection
for the bagpipes in his youth as a member of an Oromocto military family and
then as Commanding Office of the Oromocto High School Cadet Corp. The bagpipes
always played a significant role in all the military parades. Ken Bettle is
excited to continue to take bagpipe playing lessons ,to perform as a member of a bagpipe band, and to make music
in the evening on his acreage along the Saint John River in the community of
Left to Right: Kiwanis Past President Sharon Sisco, Piper
Ken Bettle, , Kiwanian Basil Lowery.