The Havre Kiwanis Club celebrates 100 years of service


Last updated 11/20/2023 at 1:04pm

Havre Daily News/Christy Bambrough

Havre Kiwanis Club members Dave Anderson, from left, Chris Moen, Robert Floren, Gus Korb, Dean Person and Heather Haney pose for a photograph. Active members not pictured are Frank Kops, Ron Childree, Jeri Hannah, Larry Obie and Alan Sorenson. The Havre service organization is celebrating its 100th anniversary this week and is inviting people to join the club to help serve the community.

Nov. 23, 2023, the Havre Kiwanis Club will have served 100 years in the community of Havre.

Kiwanis is an international organization serving all communities of the world.

The club's main goal is to provide community service and the motto is "Serving The Children Of The World."

Over the years, the establishment and development of Camp Kiwanis in the park that became Beaver Creek Park in the Bear Paw Mountains stands out as one of the best projects. The campground itself has changed but has continued to grow and develop. The original site consisted of a camp area, a mess hall, a swimming...

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