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FISH FRY FUNDRAISER. The Amite Kiwanis club met at Mikes Catfish Inn on Thursday, January 13 to hear from guest speaker Mike Sumrall. Kiwanis President Andy Anderson offered Sumrall a gift in honor of his support for the program. Shown are Mike Sumrall and Kiwanis President Andy Anderson.
The Amite Kiwanis Club met at Mike's Catfish Inn on Thursday, January 13 to hear from guest speaker Mike Sumrall. Sumrall spoke on the annual Kiwanis fish fry fundraiser which is to be held on Monday, March 14. Mike stated, "It is an honor to be able to help with the Kiwanis fish fry fundraiser." The Kiwanis Club uses the profits from the fundraiser to help supply contributions to the community. The club has previously used the money to buy, then donate, four automatic external defibrillators. They recently bought and donated a defibrillator for West Side Middle School. The average price tag for a defibrillator is around $1,600. The Kiwanis Club could use all the help they can get raising money to supply contributions to the community. If you would like to purchase tickets, you do so by contacting any local Kiwanis member.