Wilmington Kiwanis awards scholarship


Hope House director speaks to club

By Wilmington Kiwanis



From left are Tanya Snarr, her daughter and Kiwanis scholarship winner Jordan Snarr, and Kiwanis Scholarship Chairperson Nancy Rudduck.

From left are Tanya Snarr, her daughter and Kiwanis scholarship winner Jordan Snarr, and Kiwanis Scholarship Chairperson Nancy Rudduck.


Courtesy photos

Hope House Director Tracy Scalf, left, with Kiwanis Program Chair Kim Hiatt.


Courtesy photos

The Kiwanis Club of Wilmington awarded a $1,000 scholarship to Jordan Snarr from Wilmington High School.

Jordan will be majoring in Business Administration with Management Concentration at Wilmington College.

She has provided extensive leadership and service during her high school activities and Kiwanis is pleased to assist in her continued education and service in our community.

At Kiwanis’ meeting May 16, guest speaker was Hope House Director Tracy Scalf, speaking about the faith-based non-profit emergency drop-in home for children and women who are homeless in Wilmington.

Scalf spoke about the goals and operation of the home to provide shelter in a place where guests will also be exposed to the teachings of Christ and the activity of His shurch.

From left are Tanya Snarr, her daughter and Kiwanis scholarship winner Jordan Snarr, and Kiwanis Scholarship Chairperson Nancy Rudduck.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_101_0834.jpgFrom left are Tanya Snarr, her daughter and Kiwanis scholarship winner Jordan Snarr, and Kiwanis Scholarship Chairperson Nancy Rudduck. Courtesy photos

Hope House Director Tracy Scalf, left, with Kiwanis Program Chair Kim Hiatt.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_101_0837.jpgHope House Director Tracy Scalf, left, with Kiwanis Program Chair Kim Hiatt. Courtesy photos
Hope House director speaks to club

By Wilmington Kiwanis