Dr. Craig Powell began his tenure at the CIRC in September of 2018. He stopped by the offices of Civitan International to chat with Civitan Magazine for the September issue.
Watch his welcome video, at left, and be sure to read the interview in the magazine and online in Civitan News.
World Citizenship Award Recipient Amy Wright started drinking coffee when she became a parent, adding just a bit of cream and sugar to her morning pick-me-up. Nowadays, her cup of joe comes with much more – the satisfaction it’s changing lives and perceptions....read more
Bob Jones was elected to become the 2018-2019 International President during the Centennial Convention in Birmingham during the summer of 2017. He and his wife, Judy, live in Concord, North Carolina, where they are both active members of their clubs. Originally on the...read more
Service to veterans has been an important part of Civitan’s history since the earliest days of the original club in Birmingham, Alabama. Founded during the first World War, early Civitans raised funds to support war orphans in Europe and sold bonds to support troops...read more
Visit any pet store and you’re likely to find them. Probably somewhere tucked in between your more exotic fish, like clown fish or maybe even hermit crabs, but they’re there. They’re small and unsuspecting. Most likely you’ll see them in large tanks and in large...read more
Civitan Translational Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders Research Core On April 2nd, the world will acknowledge World Autism Awareness Day, and millions across the globe will show support by updating their Facebook profile picture filter or by simply wearing...read more
Progress with Rett Syndrome could be sooner than expected Rett Syndrome is a rare neurodevelopmental disorder that effects thousands of children all over the world. With limited resources being allocated to the study and research into treatments for rare disorders,...read more