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Convention in Hungary

The Association of Hungarian Kiwanis Clubs (AHKC) held its annual Convention in Marcali on June 3, 2017.

The event was honored with the presence of Sjoerd R. J. Timmermans, President of the Kiwanis International European Federation, Gerhard Gschwentner, Governor of Austrian District, Imola Csóka and Josef Peter Schachermayr trainers, István Tribel co-chair of the Kiwanis International European Federation Strategy & Formula Committee and dr. László Sütő, Mayor of the City of Marcali.

On this event all five Hungarian Kiwanis Clubs presented their last year activities. Sjoerd R. J. Timmermans informed the audience about the next global project of Kiwanis. István Tribel and Imola Csóka revealed the secrets of the success of the Kiwanis in Romania, and Gerhard Gschwentner talked about the possibilities of cooperation between the Austrian and Hungarian Kiwanis Clubs.

During the afternoon, we could celebrate the birth of the newest Hungarian Kiwanis Club, the first Hungarian Young Professionals Kiwanis Club which was founded in our hometown, Marcali. The first governor of this club is Petra Gergye.

Subsequently, AHKC held its annual general assembly, in which we adopted the professional and financial report on last year, and then modified the bylaws of AHKC. Then the members of the Board were elected by the general assembly. The governor of Hungarian Kiwanis in the next period (2017-2018) will be Dr. Jusztina Gergőné Babina. The evening ended with a Gala Dinner in good atmosphere.

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