Civitan
noun Etymology: Civitan (Club) Date: 1926 a member of a major national and international service club

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Civitan — /siv i tan /, n. a member of Civitan International, a service club founded 1918. [appar. < L civit(as) CIVITAS + AN] * * * …   Universalium

  • Civitan — /siv i tan /, n. a member of Civitan International, a service club founded 1918. [appar. < L civit(as) CIVITAS + AN] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Civitan International — This article is about the adult service organization. For the youth service organization, see Junior Civitan International. Civitan International Founder(s) Courtney Shropshire Founded 1917 Location …   Wikipedia

  • Junior Civitan International — Founded 1927 Location Birmingham, Alabama Focus Developmental Disabilities Method …   Wikipedia

  • Corpus Christi Civitan Open — Tournament information Location Corpus Christi, Texas Established 1967 Course(s) Pharaoh s CC (1967 1972) Corpus Christi CC (1973) Tour(s) LPGA Tour Format …   Wikipedia

  • Muskogee Civitan Open — The Muskogee Civitan Open was a golf tournament on the LPGA Tour from 1962 to 1965.[1] It was played at the Muskogee Country Club in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Winners 1965 Susie Maxwell 1964 Mickey Wright 1963 Mickey Wright 1962 Patty Berg References ^ …   Wikipedia

  • Courtney Shropshire — Born July 10, 1877 New Orleans, Louisiana Died 1965 Occupation …   Wikipedia

  • Louise Suggs — Mae Louise Suggs (born September 7, 1923) is a veteran American professional golfer and one of the founders of the LPGA Tour and thus modern ladies golf.Amateur careerSuggs was born in Atlanta, Georgia. She had a very successful amateur career.… …   Wikipedia

  • Mickey Wright — Personal information Full name Mary Kathryn Wright Nickname Mickey Born February 14, 1935 …   Wikipedia

  • Louise Suggs — Informations personnelles Naissance 7 septembre 1923 Atlanta Taille 1.68 m …   Wikipédia en Français

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