Alligood takes over presidential role with Kiwanis
Gil Alligood was installed as president of the Kiwanis Club of Washington by former Carolinas District 17 Lt. Gov. Bobby Roberson at a recent meeting.
Alligood is a retired professional engineer and land surveyor. Gil and his wife live in Washington and have three grown children and six grandchildren. He is a graduate of N.C. State University and received a master’s degree from the University of Pittsburg. Previously, Gil spent more than 10 years as director of public works for the City of Washington. He is a licensed pilot and flight instructor and the author of several novels.
Other officers installed at the meeting included: president-elect, Bobby Roberson; secretary/treasurer, Mac Younts; immediate past-president, Gil Davis; and board of director members David Francisco, Pack Hindsley and Curtis Brookshire.
The Kiwanis Club of Washington meets each Tuesday for lunch at King Chicken on Carolina Avenue, Washington. The club welcomes prospective members who have an interest in service to the community.