Kiwanis, Key Clubs serve up breakfast


The servers from East Clinton and Clinton-Massie high schools’ Key Clubs were Clinton-Massie’s Luke Campbell and Ryan Miller and East Clinton’s Marah Dunn, Jaiden Alloy, Austin Alloy and Desaray Covault.


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Kiwanis Club President Mack Fife with Wilmington High School Key Club members Madylin Steinmetz and Zane Bekheet.


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The Wilmington Kiwanis Club held their Annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Oct. 28, raising funds for their annual community service projects such as sponsoring three Clinton County High School Key Clubs at Clinton Massie,East Clinton and Wilmington high schools, the Bring Up Grades program at Wilmington Middle School, and a college scholarship to Southern State or Wilmington College to a Clinton County high school senior. Shown, cooking the pancakes are Kiwanians Nancy Ruddock, Ruth Curtis, Walt Hanks, Bob Curtis and Kim Hiatt.


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The servers from East Clinton and Clinton-Massie high schools’ Key Clubs were Clinton-Massie’s Luke Campbell and Ryan Miller and East Clinton’s Marah Dunn, Jaiden Alloy, Austin Alloy and Desaray Covault.

Kiwanis Club President Mack Fife with Wilmington High School Key Club members Madylin Steinmetz and Zane Bekheet.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club held their Annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Oct. 28, raising funds for their annual community service projects such as sponsoring three Clinton County High School Key Clubs at Clinton Massie,East Clinton and Wilmington high schools, the Bring Up Grades program at Wilmington Middle School, and a college scholarship to Southern State or Wilmington College to a Clinton County high school senior. Shown, cooking the pancakes are Kiwanians Nancy Ruddock, Ruth Curtis, Walt Hanks, Bob Curtis and Kim Hiatt.

The servers from East Clinton and Clinton-Massie high schools’ Key Clubs were Clinton-Massie’s Luke Campbell and Ryan Miller and East Clinton’s Marah Dunn, Jaiden Alloy, Austin Alloy and Desaray Covault.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_SUNP0486.jpgThe servers from East Clinton and Clinton-Massie high schools’ Key Clubs were Clinton-Massie’s Luke Campbell and Ryan Miller and East Clinton’s Marah Dunn, Jaiden Alloy, Austin Alloy and Desaray Covault. Courtesy photos

Kiwanis Club President Mack Fife with Wilmington High School Key Club members Madylin Steinmetz and Zane Bekheet.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_SUNP0481-Copy.jpgKiwanis Club President Mack Fife with Wilmington High School Key Club members Madylin Steinmetz and Zane Bekheet. Courtesy photos

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club held their Annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Oct. 28, raising funds for their annual community service projects such as sponsoring three Clinton County High School Key Clubs at Clinton Massie,East Clinton and Wilmington high schools, the Bring Up Grades program at Wilmington Middle School, and a college scholarship to Southern State or Wilmington College to a Clinton County high school senior. Shown, cooking the pancakes are Kiwanians Nancy Ruddock, Ruth Curtis, Walt Hanks, Bob Curtis and Kim Hiatt.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_SUNP0483-1.jpgThe Wilmington Kiwanis Club held their Annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Oct. 28, raising funds for their annual community service projects such as sponsoring three Clinton County High School Key Clubs at Clinton Massie,East Clinton and Wilmington high schools, the Bring Up Grades program at Wilmington Middle School, and a college scholarship to Southern State or Wilmington College to a Clinton County high school senior. Shown, cooking the pancakes are Kiwanians Nancy Ruddock, Ruth Curtis, Walt Hanks, Bob Curtis and Kim Hiatt. Courtesy photos