Kiwanis Club donates books, inducts officers


As part of an ongoing literacy program, “Readers Become Leaders,” the Wilmington Kiwanis Club donated children’s books to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. From left are Kiwanians Ann Reno, Kim Hiatt and Mack Fife.

As part of an ongoing literacy program, “Readers Become Leaders,” the Wilmington Kiwanis Club donated children’s books to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. From left are Kiwanians Ann Reno, Kim Hiatt and Mack Fife.


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At the Sept. 21 Wilmington Kiwanis meeting, Division 4 Lt. Gov. Steve Vrooman of Springfield inducted the 2017-18 club officers and spoke of his goals for the new Kiwanis year for the Division 4 (Dayton area) Kiwanis Clubs. From left are Ron Johnson, treasurer; Steve Vrooman, Division 4 lieutenant governor; Mack Fife, president; and Ruth Curtis, past-president. Secretary Terri Thobaben was not present for the photo. Kiwanis International has been around since 1915 and continues to focus on the well-being of children, both locally and internationally. The Kiwanis Club meets the first and third Thursdays of each month at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church. Contact Ron Johnson at 937-289-7226 for more information.


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As part of an ongoing literacy program, “Readers Become Leaders,” the Wilmington Kiwanis Club donated children’s books to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. From left are Kiwanians Ann Reno, Kim Hiatt and Mack Fife.

At the Sept. 21 Wilmington Kiwanis meeting, Division 4 Lt. Gov. Steve Vrooman of Springfield inducted the 2017-18 club officers and spoke of his goals for the new Kiwanis year for the Division 4 (Dayton area) Kiwanis Clubs. From left are Ron Johnson, treasurer; Steve Vrooman, Division 4 lieutenant governor; Mack Fife, president; and Ruth Curtis, past-president. Secretary Terri Thobaben was not present for the photo. Kiwanis International has been around since 1915 and continues to focus on the well-being of children, both locally and internationally. The Kiwanis Club meets the first and third Thursdays of each month at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church. Contact Ron Johnson at 937-289-7226 for more information.

As part of an ongoing literacy program, “Readers Become Leaders,” the Wilmington Kiwanis Club donated children’s books to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. From left are Kiwanians Ann Reno, Kim Hiatt and Mack Fife.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/09/web1_reno_p_f.jpgAs part of an ongoing literacy program, “Readers Become Leaders,” the Wilmington Kiwanis Club donated children’s books to the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. From left are Kiwanians Ann Reno, Kim Hiatt and Mack Fife. Courtesy photos

At the Sept. 21 Wilmington Kiwanis meeting, Division 4 Lt. Gov. Steve Vrooman of Springfield inducted the 2017-18 club officers and spoke of his goals for the new Kiwanis year for the Division 4 (Dayton area) Kiwanis Clubs. From left are Ron Johnson, treasurer; Steve Vrooman, Division 4 lieutenant governor; Mack Fife, president; and Ruth Curtis, past-president. Secretary Terri Thobaben was not present for the photo. Kiwanis International has been around since 1915 and continues to focus on the well-being of children, both locally and internationally. The Kiwanis Club meets the first and third Thursdays of each month at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church. Contact Ron Johnson at 937-289-7226 for more information.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/09/web1_foursome_p_f.jpgAt the Sept. 21 Wilmington Kiwanis meeting, Division 4 Lt. Gov. Steve Vrooman of Springfield inducted the 2017-18 club officers and spoke of his goals for the new Kiwanis year for the Division 4 (Dayton area) Kiwanis Clubs. From left are Ron Johnson, treasurer; Steve Vrooman, Division 4 lieutenant governor; Mack Fife, president; and Ruth Curtis, past-president. Secretary Terri Thobaben was not present for the photo. Kiwanis International has been around since 1915 and continues to focus on the well-being of children, both locally and internationally. The Kiwanis Club meets the first and third Thursdays of each month at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church. Contact Ron Johnson at 937-289-7226 for more information. Courtesy photos