SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Sylacauga Kiwanis Club held its annual Kiwanis Christmas Program Monday night.

B.B. Comer Memorial Library hosted the event which was headlined by ABC 33/40’s sports director, Jeff Spiegel.

“Last night we celebrated the accomplishments made by our club and its members with our annual Christmas dinner. We enjoyed great food, provided by the Coosa Valley Medical Center’s Hickory Street Café, and fellowship as well as hearing from ABC 33/40’s Jeff Speegle,” said RD Morris of the Sylacauga Kiwanis Club. “Jeff did a great job relaying a message of living every day with purpose, and leading a meaningful life committed to serving others. I would personally like to thank Jeff for his time and message, and to the B.B. Comer Public Library for hosting and being such a great resource for our community.”

“Last night we celebrated the accomplishments made by our club and its members with our annual Christmas dinner. We enjoyed great food, provided by the Coosa Valley Medical Center’s Hickory Street Café, and fellowship as well as hearing from ABC 33/40’s Jeff Spiegel,” said R.D. Morris of the Sylacauga Kiwanis Club. “Jeff did a great job relaying a message of living every day with purpose and leading a meaningful life committed to serving others. I would personally like to thank Jeff for his time and message, and to the B.B. Comer Public Library for hosting and being such a great resource for our community.”

At the annual Christmas dinner, Dennis Elliot was named Kiwanian of the Year. Matt Austin was awarded for his perfect attendance.

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