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Immediate Past President
Glyn Hammons presented the Program on October 20, 1999. Glyn served for almost 35 years with the Social Security Administration, the last 21 years as District Manager in Abilene. Glyn pointed out that Social Security was never supposed to take care of all of a retired person's needs, but is supposed to supplement other income.
On December 29, 1999, Jay Moore presented the last program of the century. He presented a slide show and oral History of Abilene. Highlights included telling of Teddy Roosevelt's one minute fifty second whistle stop in 1911.
Royce Manning presented $350 to Matt Bell and Kay Richards for the Taylor County Stock Show.
Kristin Carnohan announced that Nancy Miller is now the Governor-Elect of the T-O District. Nancy was elected by acclamation at the T-O convention.
Our club was first runner-up in the T-O District in donations to the Children's Miracle Network with a total Of $6,785.
March 1, 2000 was "Pancake Kickoff Day" with President-Elect Fred Aycock serving as the General Chairman. The theme will be "Exploring New Opportunities in the New Millennium." Pancake Day will be held at the Abilene Civic Center this year.
Chris and Kristen Carnohan were named Kiwanians of the Year. Chris was also presented with a Hixson award.
Margaret Hoogstra received a Hixson Award.
Dub Pritchett introduced Maestro Shinik Hahm, conductor of the Abilene Philharmonic, who presented the program on August 23, 2000. This season is the Abilene Philharmonic's 50th anniversary.