President and Officer Installation Ceremony. Pictured (L to R) Antonio Shelzi, Joseph Ciccariello, Rui Domingos, Arnold Knox, George McLean and Isaac Machado.
The Somerville Kiwanis Club appointed Rui Domingos, Chief Executive Officer at CPCU Credit Union, as the 2013-2014 President. Domingos officially took on the role of President on Sunday, September 29, 2013 during the Kiwanis President and Officer Installation ceremony held at the Atasca Restaurant in Cambridge, MA. Officers installed for the 2013-2014 year include Anthony Ciccariello as President Elect, Antonia Shelzi as Vice President, Isaac Machado as Immediate Past President, Arnold Knox as Treasurer, and Past President George McLean as Secretary.
Domingos’ primary goal for the coming year is to grow the club’s membership. He hopes to utilize existing programs that have proven successful in the past as a way to attract new members and showcase that the Kiwanis is a relevant community organization worthy of community membership. The Somerville Kiwanis Club attributes their success in prior years to their unique programs including Reading is Fundamental, Bike Safety Day, Historical Perspectives, etc.
Domingos received Kiwanis bell and gavel from Machado.
“As I look back on the list of people that have served as President, I am honored to be the new Somerville Kiwanis President. The Somerville Kiwanis has a long history of helping children in our community and as President I look forward to continue this work while finding new ways to have an even greater impact,” commented Rui F. Domingos, Chief Executive Officer at CPCU Credit Union.
ABOUT KIWANIS CLUB OF SOMERVILLE (www.somervillekiwanis.org): The Kiwanis Club of Somerville was organized on March 16, 1925 and chartered on May 21, 1925. The Club has been active in the City of Somerville for 81 years. Kiwanis clubs focus on changing the world by serving children, one child and one community at a time. Through several community-based initiatives, The Kiwanis Club of Somerville has made a difference in the lives of many children.