Many members attended the Cadiz Civitan Annual Family Picnic. John Mitchell was head chef, grilling hamburgers and hotdogs. He was helped by Carol Mitchell, Ronnie and Connie Cook and William and Carolyn Lawrence.
President Rachel Shepard welcomed everyone. David Kyler led the pledge to the U.S. flag, and John Mitchell said the prayer.
Civitan Jim Thomas of St. Bethlehem, Tenn. officiated swearing in officers, Cadiz president Rachel Shepard, president-elect John Mitchell, secretary Connie Cook, treasurer Ronnie Cook, Sgt. At Arms David Kyler, and for Hopkinsville Civiatans, president Phyllis Blake, secretary Cindy Latham, and Sgt. At Arms Holli Tucker. President-elect Wanda Blane and treasurer Ed Moseley were unable to attend.
The Cadiz Civitan Clubs Annual Pre-Ham Festival Horse Shoe pitching contest will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2 at the Trigg County Recreation Complex rink and will be followed by a Corn Hole contest.
Spectator admission is free, and contestant entry fee is $3. Prizes include a Trigg County Ham donated by Clayton Woodall, Trigg County Insurance Agency. Wallace Blakeley and Mrs. B’s Framing donated a “Center Furnace” print.
The Bank of Cadiz donated a $50 savings bond, and two Festival $50 cash prizes will also be given.
One prize will be decided by a drawing for all contestants. For more information, contact Rachel Shepard or William & Carolyn Lawrence.
Cadiz Civitans meets at 6:30 p.m. each first and third Tuesday at the Cadiz Restaurant.