Winfield Noon Kiwanis honors Foster for 50 years of service

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Ed Foster shows the crowd the Legion of Honor he received for 50 years of service to Kiwanis.

Members of the Winfield Noon Kiwanis Club recently hosted a special meeting to honor Ed Foster. During the meeting, Foster received a lapel pin to commemorate his 50 years of continuous participation with Kiwanis. He was also presented with a “Legion of Honor” certificate issued by Kiwanis International and awarded to long term members. The certificate was signed by the Kiwanis International President and the Executive Director.

Ed Foster joined Kiwanis in 1960. During his tenure, he participated in countless community events in support of Kiwanis, while also serving a term as club president. 

A number of special guests attended the function at the American Legion Post 10 lodge. Guests included the Kiwanis Kansas District Vice Governor, Duane Oestmann and several past Kiwanis members who had served with Ed Foster through the past 50 years; as well as members of the Angels Care organization.

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