Wilmington Kiwanis Making the Cut


The Wilmington Kiwanis Club and Making the Cut beauty salon recently joined efforts to help students prepare for another year.

Making the Cut donated free haircuts and students were given a colorful pouch with needed school supplies, donated by the Kiwanis Club along with Wilmington Dental Arts which donated oral hygiene items. Both the club and the salon were happy to help students begin their year with a new look and needed items.

At our Thursday, Aug. 17 Kiwanis Club meeting, we had Dr. Nihad Al-Assaad, Director of the Cardiac Catherization Lab at Clinton Memorial Hospital, talking about the new program that will be coming in the fall at CMH.

Olivia Minney, a Wilmington High School senior and Wilmington High School Key Club member, spoke to members about her summer experience at Buckeye Girls State at the University of Mount Union.

Kiwanis is an international organization that’s been helping children both locally and worldwide for over 100 years. The club meets the first and third Thursday at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church. For more information contact club treasurer Ron Johnson at 937-289-7726.

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Kelsey Swindler, Marketing Director at CMH, with Dr. Nihad Al-Assaad receiving a certificate for being the club guest speaker from Kiwanian Robyn Hinman and Kiwanis Club President Ruth Curtis.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_SUNP0345.jpgKelsey Swindler, Marketing Director at CMH, with Dr. Nihad Al-Assaad receiving a certificate for being the club guest speaker from Kiwanian Robyn Hinman and Kiwanis Club President Ruth Curtis. Courtesy photos

Pictured are Wilmington Kiwanian Kim Hiatt, left, with Wendy Smith and Annette Haynie, owners of Making the Cut. Also helping with the haircuts but not pictured were Ashley, Marty and Krista from Making the Cut.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_School-Supply-Project2.jpgPictured are Wilmington Kiwanian Kim Hiatt, left, with Wendy Smith and Annette Haynie, owners of Making the Cut. Also helping with the haircuts but not pictured were Ashley, Marty and Krista from Making the Cut. Courtesy photos

The Aktion Club at Orion helping make the school supplies pouches are April Williams, David Burton, Barb Florea and Jerrod Rangel.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_SUNP0332.jpgThe Aktion Club at Orion helping make the school supplies pouches are April Williams, David Burton, Barb Florea and Jerrod Rangel. Courtesy photos

Kiwanian Vermon Dillon, WHS Buckeye Girls State Delegate Olivia Minney and Kiwanis Club President Ruth Curtis congratulate Olivia for attending Buckeye Girls State.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_SUNP0343.jpgKiwanian Vermon Dillon, WHS Buckeye Girls State Delegate Olivia Minney and Kiwanis Club President Ruth Curtis congratulate Olivia for attending Buckeye Girls State. Courtesy photos
Organization, businesses team up for students

By Wilmington Kiwanis