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Penn elected 2011-12 president

Alan Penn was elected 2011-12 president at the 96th annual convention in Geneva, Switzerland.

“I’m committed to our mission of serving the children of the world,” says Penn, who is a member of the Medina Breakfast, Ohio; All Ohio-eMedina and Tombstone Virginia City, Montana Kiwanis clubs. “As well, I am devoted to our new global campaign for children, The Eliminate Project, and to growing Kiwanis worldwide.”

The House of Delegates also elected these new international officers and board members:

President-elect: Thomas E. DeJulio, Kiwanis Club of Fordham, Bronx, New York.

Vice president: Gunter Gasser, Spittal an der Drau, Austria.

Trustees, United States and Pacific Canada: Jane M. Erickson, Bellevue-Offutt, Nebraska; Stephen T. Hill, Norwalk, Connecticut; Warren F. Mitchell, Greeley, Colorado

Trustee, At Large: Clinton Green, Napier, New Zealand.

At the 2011 Kiwanis Asia-Pacific Convention this past March, Lee Kuan Yong of the Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Kiwanis Club, was elected to represent the Asia-Pacific Region on the Kiwanis International Board.

Amendment results

The House of Delegates had two proposed amendments on its agenda during the 96th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Geneva. Neither were considered, due to a lack of a motion:

A proposal from the Kiwanis Club of Blue Island, Illinois, to establish real-time online broadcasts of convention activities.
A proposal also from the Kiwanis Club of Blue Island, Illinois, to establish real-time online voting during convention.
 
Read the full content of the proposed amendments.


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