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Clearwater Masonic Lodge 127 installs officers; Safety Harbor Kiwanis honors Students of the Month

Clearwater Masonic Lodge 127 recently installed new officers for 2012. The installation team consisted of Sam Lampson, Bryant Davis, Ed Phero and past officers of Clearwater Lodge 127, and was open to family, friends and the public.

The officers installed included David Griffin, worshipful master; Brent Bishop, senior warden; John Brown Jr., junior warden; Glen Bishop, treasurer; Mark Birenbaum, secretary; Bryant Davis, chaplain; Sam Lampson, marshal; Adam McCranie, senior deacon; Gregg Hanke, junior deacon; Dario Chavianio, senior steward; Carl Della-Croce, junior steward; David Soderland, tyler, and Mark LeMacher, musician.

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Safety Harbor Kiwanis honored two Safety Harbor Elementary fifth-graders as December Students of the Month.

Kira Hinchey was selected by her teacher, Linda Schlenker, for her exceptional artistic abilities and willingness to take on any extra challenge that she confronts. Kira's positive attitude and talent make her special.

Annie Freeman was chosen by her teacher, Shelly Holder. Annie was singled out for her musical talents and for the fact that she's always ready to go the extra mile and do everything it takes to do an outstanding job. Her pleasing personality and ability to interact with others are attributes.

Ruth Eckerd Hall provided both students with a family ticket package for their accomplishments.

Clearwater Masonic Lodge 127 installs officers; Safety Harbor Kiwanis honors Students of the Month 01/18/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 6:58pm]
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