Kiwanis gives to WIC, shelter


During Ruth Curtis’ tenure as club president, she established a monthly service program for the local Kiwanis Club. During March, members were asked to bring in cleaning items that would then be donated to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. Kiwanians Roger and Penny Meredith delivered the basket of items. Also in the picture is Honorary Kiwanis Member Lawson Adkins holding a banner patch received at the Mid-Year Education Day honoring the Wilmington club for donating to the Ohio Kiwanis Foundation.


Courtesy photos

At Wilmington Kiwanis’ Thursday, March 16 meeting the club made a donation to the WIC/Help me Grow Community Baby Shower. Shown are Kiwanians Jeanette Gerritz, Fred Matthews and Keith Gerritz presenting books to Renee Quallen with the Clinton County Health Department’s WIC program. Kiwanis supports the theory that reading stories with infants and toddlers introduces them to the complex nature of language and helps them in acquiring important language skills.


Courtesy photos

During Ruth Curtis’ tenure as club president, she established a monthly service program for the local Kiwanis Club. During March, members were asked to bring in cleaning items that would then be donated to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. Kiwanians Roger and Penny Meredith delivered the basket of items. Also in the picture is Honorary Kiwanis Member Lawson Adkins holding a banner patch received at the Mid-Year Education Day honoring the Wilmington club for donating to the Ohio Kiwanis Foundation.

At Wilmington Kiwanis’ Thursday, March 16 meeting the club made a donation to the WIC/Help me Grow Community Baby Shower. Shown are Kiwanians Jeanette Gerritz, Fred Matthews and Keith Gerritz presenting books to Renee Quallen with the Clinton County Health Department’s WIC program. Kiwanis supports the theory that reading stories with infants and toddlers introduces them to the complex nature of language and helps them in acquiring important language skills.

During Ruth Curtis’ tenure as club president, she established a monthly service program for the local Kiwanis Club. During March, members were asked to bring in cleaning items that would then be donated to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. Kiwanians Roger and Penny Meredith delivered the basket of items. Also in the picture is Honorary Kiwanis Member Lawson Adkins holding a banner patch received at the Mid-Year Education Day honoring the Wilmington club for donating to the Ohio Kiwanis Foundation.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/03/web1_SUNP0140-1.jpgDuring Ruth Curtis’ tenure as club president, she established a monthly service program for the local Kiwanis Club. During March, members were asked to bring in cleaning items that would then be donated to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. Kiwanians Roger and Penny Meredith delivered the basket of items. Also in the picture is Honorary Kiwanis Member Lawson Adkins holding a banner patch received at the Mid-Year Education Day honoring the Wilmington club for donating to the Ohio Kiwanis Foundation. Courtesy photos

At Wilmington Kiwanis’ Thursday, March 16 meeting the club made a donation to the WIC/Help me Grow Community Baby Shower. Shown are Kiwanians Jeanette Gerritz, Fred Matthews and Keith Gerritz presenting books to Renee Quallen with the Clinton County Health Department’s WIC program. Kiwanis supports the theory that reading stories with infants and toddlers introduces them to the complex nature of language and helps them in acquiring important language skills.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/03/web1_SUNP0137-1.jpgAt Wilmington Kiwanis’ Thursday, March 16 meeting the club made a donation to the WIC/Help me Grow Community Baby Shower. Shown are Kiwanians Jeanette Gerritz, Fred Matthews and Keith Gerritz presenting books to Renee Quallen with the Clinton County Health Department’s WIC program. Kiwanis supports the theory that reading stories with infants and toddlers introduces them to the complex nature of language and helps them in acquiring important language skills. Courtesy photos