Teichert receives Kiwanis International Legion of Honor

By Tom Taylor

At Kiwanis Club of Ramona’s breakfast meeting on May 5, member Charles Teichert received the Legion of Honor award for his more than 35 years service with Kiwanis.

The Legion of Honor Award is presented to members who have been with Kiwanis for at least 25 years. It can be presented at each five-year anniversary thereafter. Bob Hailey, president of the Ramona club, made the presentation.

Bob Hailey, left, presents Charles Teichert with the Kiwanis Legion of Honor award. Hailey is Kiwanis Club of Ramona president.

Teichert joined Kiwanis in 1974 in Greenwich, Conn. He served as president in 1988-89 and was a club director and Interclub chairman until moving to Ramona in 2003.

In Ramona, he served on the club board and as Interclub chairman and Publicity chairman. He is coordinator for Cub Scout Pack 679 and coordinator for the joint Kiwanis-Ramona Sheriff’s Project Lifesaver, a program started by the late Gordon Zick, also a longtime Kiwanis Club of Ramona member.

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