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Women in Kiwanis featured in June 2012 Kiwanis Magazine

On May 6, 1921, Leah Slaughter became an honorary member of the Kiwanis Club of Goldsboro, North Carolina. The club reported that it had taken this action because Slaughter “so successfully assisted with its musical and social programs.” According to the “Goldsboro News-Artist,” Slaughter had earned the distinction as “the only lady Kiwanian in Goldsboro.”

Twenty-five years ago, Kiwanis officially opened its membership to women. The June issue of Kiwanis magazine will celebrate that decision with a feature about the history of women in Kiwanis, including Leah Slaughter's story.

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