Opelousas Kiwanis Club
Next Meeting - 02.10.16 - Cory Leger, Opelousas Police Department
Opelousas General Hospital - South Campus
3983 I-49 S. Service Road
Pictured is Kellie Henry who received a scholarship from the Opelousas Kiwanis Club. Kellie attends South Louisiana Community College. Pictured with Kellie is Foundation president Mr. Eric Robicheaux and Chancellor Dr. Natalie Harder.
New Officer Installation
At the meeting of September 30, the Opelousas Kiwanis Club inducted its new officers for 2015-16. From left to right, Lt-Governor Bill Penney, Immediate Past President Rev. Benny Reppond, President Dirk Boudreaux, President Elect Garrett Duplechain.
Plaque of appreciation
At the meeting of September 30th, Dirk Boudreaux presented a plaque of appreciation to Rev. Benny Reppond for his service as club president during the 2014-15 Kiwanis year.
What is Kiwanis?
Kiwanis is a verb. It’s something you do. Lots of Kiwanians do it a couple of hours a week - some a lot more. But in all of the doing there is a single purpose in Kiwanis - Service to our communities, especially to benefit the most needy members of our communities. Meetings, sometimes laced with horseplay, accompanied by sometimes mediocre food, laughter - and sometimes tears, build bonds among Kiwanians that strengthen the Team for the times when there is serious community service work to be done. The Kiwanian's time, care, and concern changes the lives of the recipients a little ... or a lot.
Kiwanians see the benefit directly, and the benefit is often immediate.
That's Kiwanis. It's a VERB!