Toronto Highlights. District receives honorable mention. H.C. Evans, Jr. (Center) Immediate Past Governor of the Carolina Kiwanis District accepts an Honorable Mention Award in the 1977-78 Kiwanis International District Achievement Competition from Maurice Gladman (right), Tustin California Immediate Past President of Kiwanis International, under whose leadership the districts record was compiled. At left is Neil Gearhart, Colorado Springs, Colorado, chairman of the Kiwanis International Committee on Achievement. The Achievement Award acknowledges over-all excellence in district administration.; Benson Sponsors Singer. The Benson Kiwanis Club helped a talented girl get a "Rightstart" by sponsoring her appearance at Toronto. Donna Stephenson from Benson has spent three summers with the North Carolina School of the Arts and is now continuing her solo training in New York City. John Cagle, president of the Benson Club in 1975-76 and his wife, Cecelia, were especially helpful in gaining the enthusiastic support of their club to sponsor Donna. The necessary criteria were met to get approval for her performance and the arrangements were made. Donna sang for the Carolinas group and also at the banquets of New Jersey, New York and Ohio districts as well as at the awards luncheon. The Carolina district was proud to have this talented person represent them and our thanks go to the President George Murphey and the Benson Club.; Recognition at the Toronto Convention. Club Bulletin Winners were presented recognition plaques and Darrell Coovet Chairman of Public Relations for Kiwanis International. Perry Earle III, President of the Greenville, S.C. Club, (center) whose club is in the 101 members or more category. Don Smith, President of Morganton, whose club is in the 46-70 member category. Gov. Ray Hunter accepted the award for the Sir Walter Raleigh Club which in in the 30 member or less category.