Kiwanians worked approximately 250 hours on the sale, while the Boy Scouts worked approximately 300 hours on the sale.
Our Christmas Tree sale committee has already met once with Boy Scout’s representatives...
grown-ups alike: bright-shiny new faces to meet, fresh school supplies to break
in and new opportunities to learn and grow. Turn over a new leaf for your club
with these free webinars:
Refresh your club (September 13): Your club may have been doing
great service for years but when’s the last time you asked members how they
think you could get even better? Be ready this fall to reenergize your members,
enhance the club experience and increase service impact.
Rock your community with Kiwanis service projects and programs
(September 19): The right programs and projects invigorate your club, meet
community needs and positively market and...
The Suncrest Kiwanis Club participated in the local Adopt-A-Highway project on August 19, 2010. Several members picked up trash and litter along Rt-705 from University Avenue to Pineview Drive to Riddle Avenue to West Run Road, a distance of about 2 miles. Six bags of trash were collected. This has been the designated route for the Suncrest Kiwanis Club since 1989. The program is sponsored by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection, and the club’s contract with the State is renewed every two years.
Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to save the lives of babies and their mothers by eliminating maternal/neonatal tetanus (MNT), a disease that kills an estimated 60,000 newborns and 30,000 mothers each year. UNICEF Ambassador and actor Tea Leoni delivered the announcement at the 95th Annual Kiwanis International Convention.
“Kiwanis believes that no baby or mother should have to suffer the devastating effects of MNT,” said Kiwanis International President Paul Palazzolo. “Kiwanis will mobilize its nearly 600,000 family members to become tireless advocates for these children and raise needed funds to defeat this deadly disease.”
MNT is easily prevented by a series of three vaccinations...
The Suncrest Kiwanis Club participated in Kiwanis One Day on April 10, 2010. Several members picked up, cleaned up, mowed grass and spread mulch at Indian Park on Collins Ferry Road.
“We are proud to join our fellow Kiwanis family members around the globe to participate in Kiwanis One Day”, said Paul Siegel, President of the Suncrest Club. “The energy, commitment and camaraderie surrounding this single day make the experience of hands-on service even more gratifying for our members as they make an immediate, measurable impact on the Suncrest community.”
Kiwanis One Day (“One Way, One Day, One K”) was designated by Kiwanis International to unite all youth and adult members...