Kiwanis donates books


By Wilmington Kiwanis



The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently welcomed guest speaker Dr. Terry Rupert, Vice President of Athletic Administration at Wilmington College. He spoke about the athletic department at the college. Shown, Kiwanian Vermon L. Dillon makes a presentation to Dr.Rupert with a certificate and pen for being the guest speaker. For more information about the Wilmington Kiwanis Club, contact Treasurer Ron Johnson at 937- 289-7226.


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The Wilmington Kiwanis Club kicked off its new literacy service project, “Today’s Readers Tomorrow’s Leaders” with a book donation to the Faith Lutheran Church. This is a new project encouraged by the Ohio District Kiwanis First Family Project to better the community as a whole. Families served by the church food pantry will also have access to an age-appropriate book their child may keep. Also helping with the project is the Aktion Club of Wilmington. They have helped purchase and sort the books and have also made bookmarks encouraging the families to visit the local library. From left, Kiwanian Sara Needman-Advisor of the Aktion Club,Kiwanians Keith and Jeanette Gerritz and from Faith Lutheran Food Pantry Terri Roberts and Jack Conner accept the Wilmington Kiwanis book donation.


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The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently welcomed guest speaker Dr. Terry Rupert, Vice President of Athletic Administration at Wilmington College. He spoke about the athletic department at the college. Shown, Kiwanian Vermon L. Dillon makes a presentation to Dr.Rupert with a certificate and pen for being the guest speaker. For more information about the Wilmington Kiwanis Club, contact Treasurer Ron Johnson at 937- 289-7226.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club kicked off its new literacy service project, “Today’s Readers Tomorrow’s Leaders” with a book donation to the Faith Lutheran Church. This is a new project encouraged by the Ohio District Kiwanis First Family Project to better the community as a whole. Families served by the church food pantry will also have access to an age-appropriate book their child may keep. Also helping with the project is the Aktion Club of Wilmington. They have helped purchase and sort the books and have also made bookmarks encouraging the families to visit the local library. From left, Kiwanian Sara Needman-Advisor of the Aktion Club,Kiwanians Keith and Jeanette Gerritz and from Faith Lutheran Food Pantry Terri Roberts and Jack Conner accept the Wilmington Kiwanis book donation.

By Wilmington Kiwanis

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently welcomed guest speaker Dr. Terry Rupert, Vice President of Athletic Administration at Wilmington College. He spoke about the athletic department at the college. Shown, Kiwanian Vermon L. Dillon makes a presentation to Dr.Rupert with a certificate and pen for being the guest speaker. For more information about the Wilmington Kiwanis Club, contact Treasurer Ron Johnson at 937- 289-7226.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_SUNP0212.jpgThe Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently welcomed guest speaker Dr. Terry Rupert, Vice President of Athletic Administration at Wilmington College. He spoke about the athletic department at the college. Shown, Kiwanian Vermon L. Dillon makes a presentation to Dr.Rupert with a certificate and pen for being the guest speaker. For more information about the Wilmington Kiwanis Club, contact Treasurer Ron Johnson at 937- 289-7226. Courtesy photo

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club kicked off its new literacy service project, “Today’s Readers Tomorrow’s Leaders” with a book donation to the Faith Lutheran Church. This is a new project encouraged by the Ohio District Kiwanis First Family Project to better the community as a whole. Families served by the church food pantry will also have access to an age-appropriate book their child may keep. Also helping with the project is the Aktion Club of Wilmington. They have helped purchase and sort the books and have also made bookmarks encouraging the families to visit the local library. From left, Kiwanian Sara Needman-Advisor of the Aktion Club,Kiwanians Keith and Jeanette Gerritz and from Faith Lutheran Food Pantry Terri Roberts and Jack Conner accept the Wilmington Kiwanis book donation.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_SUNP0210.jpgThe Wilmington Kiwanis Club kicked off its new literacy service project, “Today’s Readers Tomorrow’s Leaders” with a book donation to the Faith Lutheran Church. This is a new project encouraged by the Ohio District Kiwanis First Family Project to better the community as a whole. Families served by the church food pantry will also have access to an age-appropriate book their child may keep. Also helping with the project is the Aktion Club of Wilmington. They have helped purchase and sort the books and have also made bookmarks encouraging the families to visit the local library. From left, Kiwanian Sara Needman-Advisor of the Aktion Club,Kiwanians Keith and Jeanette Gerritz and from Faith Lutheran Food Pantry Terri Roberts and Jack Conner accept the Wilmington Kiwanis book donation. Courtesy photo

By Wilmington Kiwanis