Kiwanis donates to WIC


The Xenia Kiwanis Club recently donated books to first-time parents who are using WIC (Women Infants & Children) services. The books include nursery rhymes for the children, along with important information about reading to children. They also include CHaD (Children Have an iDentity) stickers — an “old” First Family Project for first responders to note info about children in an accident. Shown is Wilmington Kiwanis Club President Kim Hiatt presenting a book to Danielle Grubb and Deliah Pritchett from the Clinton County Health Department, who work with WIC.

The Xenia Kiwanis Club recently donated books to first-time parents who are using WIC (Women Infants & Children) services. The books include nursery rhymes for the children, along with important information about reading to children. They also include CHaD (Children Have an iDentity) stickers — an “old” First Family Project for first responders to note info about children in an accident. Shown is Wilmington Kiwanis Club President Kim Hiatt presenting a book to Danielle Grubb and Deliah Pritchett from the Clinton County Health Department, who work with WIC.


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The Xenia Kiwanis Club recently donated books to first-time parents who are using WIC (Women Infants & Children) services. The books include nursery rhymes for the children, along with important information about reading to children. They also include CHaD (Children Have an iDentity) stickers — an “old” First Family Project for first responders to note info about children in an accident. Shown is Wilmington Kiwanis Club President Kim Hiatt presenting a book to Danielle Grubb and Deliah Pritchett from the Clinton County Health Department, who work with WIC.

The Xenia Kiwanis Club recently donated books to first-time parents who are using WIC (Women Infants & Children) services. The books include nursery rhymes for the children, along with important information about reading to children. They also include CHaD (Children Have an iDentity) stickers — an “old” First Family Project for first responders to note info about children in an accident. Shown is Wilmington Kiwanis Club President Kim Hiatt presenting a book to Danielle Grubb and Deliah Pritchett from the Clinton County Health Department, who work with WIC.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/09/web1_kiwanis-books.jpgThe Xenia Kiwanis Club recently donated books to first-time parents who are using WIC (Women Infants & Children) services. The books include nursery rhymes for the children, along with important information about reading to children. They also include CHaD (Children Have an iDentity) stickers — an “old” First Family Project for first responders to note info about children in an accident. Shown is Wilmington Kiwanis Club President Kim Hiatt presenting a book to Danielle Grubb and Deliah Pritchett from the Clinton County Health Department, who work with WIC. Submitted photo