Rev. Tsuker Yang speaker at Kiwanis meeting
At the Wautoma Kiwanis Club dinner meeting on March 7 at Silvercryst, Wautoma, Rev. Tsuker Yang, the North Central WUMC District Superintendent, was the guest speaker. Rev. Yang told the club he was born in Laos but came to the United States 40 years ago at the age of 14. He spoke about diversity in the country and community. He remembers when he came to the United States and there was not a lot of diversity; many communities had pockets of different ethnic groups, but now he sees more inclusion in communities. Of course, there is always room for more understanding of all the many ethnic groups that make up the community. Rev. Yang explained how a community is like a patch work quilt: each piece of fabric—ethnic group—is different and unique, and when they are all put together they make something special. Follow the Wautoma Kiwanis Club on Facebook to see what is happening, and all are welcome to come and join a meeting.