Kiwanis, community flip for funds; establishing new Blan Key Club


Club, Blan students meet about new Key Club

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From left, Kiwanis Club President Kim Hiatt thanks East Clinton High School Key Club members Tessa Bosier, Noah Pattan, Kenton Deaton and Wilmington High School Key Club Member Olivia Veldt for helping be servers for the Pancake Breakfast.

From left, Kiwanis Club President Kim Hiatt thanks East Clinton High School Key Club members Tessa Bosier, Noah Pattan, Kenton Deaton and Wilmington High School Key Club Member Olivia Veldt for helping be servers for the Pancake Breakfast.


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From left, Wilmington Kiwanis Club Secretary Terri Thobaben, Blanchester High School students Alexis Davis and Tyler Wathen, and Kiwanian Vermon L. Dillon met about establishing a new Key Club at Blanchester High School.


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Flipping pancakes at the fundraiser are, from left, Kiwanians Terri Thobaben, Walt Hanks, David Burton, President Kim Hiatt, Ruth and Bob Curtis, and Nancy Rudduck.


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WILMINGTON — The Wilmington Kiwanis Club thanks the Clinton County community for coming out on a rainy Saturday morning Oct. 26 to eat pancakes, enjoy fellowship and help contribute funds to support our community service projects in Clinton County such as 4-H, Key Clubs, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, Boys and Girls State, and the BUGs program.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club also met with Blanchester High School Principal Pandy McCarty BHS students Alexis Davis and Tyler Wathen about establishing a New Key Club at Blanchester High School.

Key Club is a student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through serving others in their community and the world sponsored by Kiwanis. Wilmington Kiwanis currently sponsors East Clinton, Clinton-Massie and Wilmington High School Key Clubs.

From left, Kiwanis Club President Kim Hiatt thanks East Clinton High School Key Club members Tessa Bosier, Noah Pattan, Kenton Deaton and Wilmington High School Key Club Member Olivia Veldt for helping be servers for the Pancake Breakfast.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/10/web1_IMG_0530.jpgFrom left, Kiwanis Club President Kim Hiatt thanks East Clinton High School Key Club members Tessa Bosier, Noah Pattan, Kenton Deaton and Wilmington High School Key Club Member Olivia Veldt for helping be servers for the Pancake Breakfast. Courtesy photos

From left, Wilmington Kiwanis Club Secretary Terri Thobaben, Blanchester High School students Alexis Davis and Tyler Wathen, and Kiwanian Vermon L. Dillon met about establishing a new Key Club at Blanchester High School.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/10/web1_IMG_0506.jpgFrom left, Wilmington Kiwanis Club Secretary Terri Thobaben, Blanchester High School students Alexis Davis and Tyler Wathen, and Kiwanian Vermon L. Dillon met about establishing a new Key Club at Blanchester High School. Courtesy photos

Flipping pancakes at the fundraiser are, from left, Kiwanians Terri Thobaben, Walt Hanks, David Burton, President Kim Hiatt, Ruth and Bob Curtis, and Nancy Rudduck.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/10/web1_IMG_0521.jpgFlipping pancakes at the fundraiser are, from left, Kiwanians Terri Thobaben, Walt Hanks, David Burton, President Kim Hiatt, Ruth and Bob Curtis, and Nancy Rudduck. Courtesy photos
Club, Blan students meet about new Key Club

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