Kiwanis donates books, bestows honors


Wilmington Kiwanians congratulate Kiwanian Lawson Adkins for receiving the French Legion of Honor award.

Wilmington Kiwanians congratulate Kiwanian Lawson Adkins for receiving the French Legion of Honor award.


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The Wilmington Kiwanis Club was recognized at the Ohio Mid-Year Conference as a Distinguished Club in the Ohio Kiwanis District for 2017-2018 Kiwanis Year.


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Guest speaker Southern State College President Dr. Kevin Boys (middle) was presented a certificate and a pen from Kiwanis Club President Ann Reno and Kiwanian Vermon Dillon for speaking about the role of community colleges and Southern State in Clinton County.


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The Wilmington Kiwanis Club donated their 1,000th book to the literacy service project — “Today’s Readers Tomorrow’s Leaders” — with a book donation to the Faith Lutheran Church. This is a project encouraged by the Ohio District Kiwanis 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. From left are Jack Conner of Faith Lutheran Church, Kiwanian Kim Hiatt and Kiwanian Ron Johnson.


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Wilmington Kiwanians congratulate Kiwanian Lawson Adkins for receiving the French Legion of Honor award.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club was recognized at the Ohio Mid-Year Conference as a Distinguished Club in the Ohio Kiwanis District for 2017-2018 Kiwanis Year.

Guest speaker Southern State College President Dr. Kevin Boys (middle) was presented a certificate and a pen from Kiwanis Club President Ann Reno and Kiwanian Vermon Dillon for speaking about the role of community colleges and Southern State in Clinton County.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club donated their 1,000th book to the literacy service project — “Today’s Readers Tomorrow’s Leaders” — with a book donation to the Faith Lutheran Church. This is a project encouraged by the Ohio District Kiwanis 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. From left are Jack Conner of Faith Lutheran Church, Kiwanian Kim Hiatt and Kiwanian Ron Johnson.

Wilmington Kiwanians congratulate Kiwanian Lawson Adkins for receiving the French Legion of Honor award.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_101_0667.jpgWilmington Kiwanians congratulate Kiwanian Lawson Adkins for receiving the French Legion of Honor award. Courtesy photos

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club was recognized at the Ohio Mid-Year Conference as a Distinguished Club in the Ohio Kiwanis District for 2017-2018 Kiwanis Year.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_101_0644.jpgThe Wilmington Kiwanis Club was recognized at the Ohio Mid-Year Conference as a Distinguished Club in the Ohio Kiwanis District for 2017-2018 Kiwanis Year. Courtesy photos

Guest speaker Southern State College President Dr. Kevin Boys (middle) was presented a certificate and a pen from Kiwanis Club President Ann Reno and Kiwanian Vermon Dillon for speaking about the role of community colleges and Southern State in Clinton County.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_101_0665.jpgGuest speaker Southern State College President Dr. Kevin Boys (middle) was presented a certificate and a pen from Kiwanis Club President Ann Reno and Kiwanian Vermon Dillon for speaking about the role of community colleges and Southern State in Clinton County. Courtesy photos

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club donated their 1,000th book to the literacy service project — “Today’s Readers Tomorrow’s Leaders” — with a book donation to the Faith Lutheran Church. This is a project encouraged by the Ohio District Kiwanis 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. From left are Jack Conner of Faith Lutheran Church, Kiwanian Kim Hiatt and Kiwanian Ron Johnson.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/04/web1_101_0642.jpgThe Wilmington Kiwanis Club donated their 1,000th book to the literacy service project — “Today’s Readers Tomorrow’s Leaders” — with a book donation to the Faith Lutheran Church. This is a project encouraged by the Ohio District Kiwanis 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. From left are Jack Conner of Faith Lutheran Church, Kiwanian Kim Hiatt and Kiwanian Ron Johnson. Courtesy photos