Waynesville Kiwanis Spelling Bee

By Rosa Allomong | Nov 08, 2012
Photo by: Bob Miles The Winners: Toni MacAulay, Dennis Weaver, and Jody Cypher spelled for the Haywood Builders Supply team. The winning word was 'connoisseur'. Second place went to Nancy East, Shannon Carlock and Kathy Olsen who buzzed for the Haywood Public Library team.

Kiwanis Club Thanks the Spelling Bees! 


The Waynesville Kiwanis Club would like to thank all the participants, sponsors and supporters who made our First Annual Spelling Bee a buzzing success, raising “honey” for the Haywood County Hungry Kid's Backpack Program. We hope to see you all again next year!


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Team Sponsors:

Altrusa, Dr. Gerald King, Dr. Eric Morrison, Edward Jones – Lisa Ferguson, First Citizens Bank, First Presbyterian Church, First United Methodist Church, Friends of the Library, Haywood Builders Supply, Haywood EMC, Haywood Public Library, Haywood School Foundation, Haywood Secure Storage/AKA Clyde Car Wash, Home Trust Bank, Joe Sam Queen, L.N. Davis Insurance, Long’s Chapel – Yes Link, MedWest - Haywood Hospital Volunteers, Mountain First Bank, Old Town Bank, Powell Lumber, Ryan and Jennifer Jacobson, Shady Grove Methodist Church – 2 teams, St. John Catholic Church, St. Margaret Catholic Church, Sun Trust Bank, Town of Waynesville, Underwood, Dills & Associates, United Community Bank, Walmart, Waynesville Parks & Recreation, Waynesville Rotary, and Wells Fargo Investments.


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A. H. (Skip) & Vicki Kitchner, Anthony Wayne’s @ Gateway Club, BB&T, BiLo, Blue Mountain Chiropractic, Blue Ridge Books, Dr. Scott Martin, First United Methodist Church, J Arthur’s Restaurant, Kim and Laura DeWeese, K Mart, Lake Junaluska Golf Course, MedWest – Haywood, Mike Jones, Mud Dabber Pottery, Print Haus, Inc., Richard & JoAnna Swanson, Ted & Yvonne Lams, William & Mary Baity, and Duckett’s Produce.



Special Thanks to:


Tuscola Key Club and the Waynesville Aktion Club


"Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time."