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Ken Rodd honored by Kiwanians

Albany Kiwanian received district honor

Ken Rodd receives his award from Katrina Baranko during a recently meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County. (Special Photo: David Shivers)

Ken Rodd receives his award from Katrina Baranko during a recently meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County. (Special Photo: David Shivers)

ALBANY — Ken Rodd of Albany has been recognized as a Distinguished Lieutenant Governor for Division 5 of the Georgia District of Kiwanis.

The honor was presented by current Georgia District Governor Katrina Baranko, also of Albany, at the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County at Hilton Garden Inn. Rodd, a longtime Kiwanian and owner of Rodd Electronics, served as lieutenant governor for District 5 during the 2012-13 year.

Baranko commended Rodd for his dedication in regularly visiting the 10 clubs in the wide ranging district in this part of the state and staying in contact with them. Carrying on a family tradition, Rodd’s son has served as president of the Thomasville Kiwanis Club.