Kiwanis International European Federation

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Task Force for Transition KI-KIEF

Towards an own Legal Entity for Kiwanis in Europe

The Transition Task Force gathered in Brussels last January with members of both KI and KI-EF Leadership in order to present, discuss and exchange points of view and proposals with regard to the constitution of a legal entity and structure for Kiwanis in Europe.

“We had a good and fruitful meeting, where requests and concerns from Europe and America were expressed and discussed. Our work towards reaching the most appropriate structure for our organization needs to be continued. When we meet in Baveno next May, we should be able to share with the membership the progress and the achieved results. I wish to take this opportunity to warmly thank all members of the Task Force and in particular, our bylaws advisor Manfred Puchner and Nathalie Weber-Frisch, chair of KI-EF’s Bylaws Committee, for the hard work and their commitment in this important project”, said Piero Grasso, KI-EF President

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