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Kiwanis donates to Herb Monroe Park
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 6:04 PM

The Kiwanis Club of Paulding has pledged $10,000 toward the Herb Monroe Community Park. The park will be located at the corner of Main and Jackson in downtown Paulding. The Paulding Chamber's Leadership In Action (LIA) class is trying raise $100,000 to create a beautiful green space. The park is named after longtime Kiwanis member, Herb Monroe. The Kiwanis Club, a very community-oriented organization, felt compelled to make such a large contribution in his honor. From left are LIA class members Stephanie Lorentz and Lisa McClure, Kiwanis president Judge Tiffany Beckman and Kiwanis treasurer Stan Searing.


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