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North Pinellas club news for Jan. 17

From left front are teacher Jody Mattheus, Student of the Month Ally Billiris and Kiwanis president Pam Corbino. In the back are Ally’s parents, Laura and Andrew Billiris.

Safety Harbor Kiwanis

From left front are teacher Jody Mattheus, Student of the Month Ally Billiris and Kiwanis president Pam Corbino. In the back are Ally’s parents, Laura and Andrew Billiris.

The Clearwater All American Sertoma Club hosted its first luncheon meeting of the new year Jan. 3 at Clearwater Country Club.

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John Doran introduced Clearwater City Council member Bill Jonson, who spoke on his priorities for the coming year.

During 2012, the club contributed to programs including the Homeless Emergency Project, Pinellas Education Foundation, Clearwater Free Clinic, Salvation Army, Kimberly Home and Religious Community Services.

The club has pledged the same commitment throughout 2013.

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Safety Harbor Kiwanis has selected Ally Billiris, a fifth-grader attending Safety Harbor Elementary, as December Student of the Month.

She was selected by her teacher, Jody Mattheus, who said, "Ally is a super hard worker and role model for her classmates."

The straight-A student is an avid reader and is looking forward to being a part of "Battle of the Books,", a school project.

Billiris received her trophy from Safety Harbor Kiwanis president Pam Corbino.

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North Pinellas club news for Jan. 17 01/16/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 4:38pm]
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