Kiwanis Club of North Tahoe welcomes Don Michaely
May 18, 2010
The Kiwanis Club of North Tahoe, Lake Tahoe would like to congratulate and welcome Mr. Don Michaely as this yearand#8217;s Club President. Michaely joined the Tahoe City Club in 1996 and filled the recently vacated position held by longtime westshore resident David Antonucci, civil engineer and noted historian and author.
Michaely has lived on the Tahoe north shore of Carnelian Bay for more than 14 years after arriving from Sacramento. He is currently a retired landscape architect and environmental planner with two children and five grandchildren.
Michaely will continue to promote the Kiwanis values and generate donations for the community, especially for children.
The North Lake Tahoe Kiwanis was first organized in 1981 in Tahoe City and has served the North Lake Tahoe, Kings Beach and West shore areas for more than 29 years, doing service projects and donating hundreds of thousands of dollars back into the local community. For more information.
The club currently meets at noon for lunch meetings upstairs at Rosies Cafe, 571 N. Lake Blvd. Michaely can be reached at 581-5933 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please feel free to drop in anytime to introduce yourself to other community business people and professionals or simply to promote your business.
The Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a timeand#8217; and was created in 1915 dedicated to serving the community especially children with its emphasis of and#8220;Young Children: Priority Oneand#8221;. Please visit http://www.Kiwanis.org for further information on Kiwanis International, or http://www.kiwanisnlt.org for local information.
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