- Gov. Don's Msg
- Focus on Youth
- Books for Breakfast
- Hospital gets $3500
by Gov Don Dudey
As you are reading this article, the time to register for the District Midwinter Conference is now and closing fast. The Convention Committee has been working very hard to bring you a very outstanding conference - from outstanding speakers, great training session to the really fun stuff like the Friday night casino night and the visiting with the many Kiwanians you have not seen for months or years....more
Mt. Airy Club: Two Groups Share Focus on Youth
by Chuck Botts
Mt. Airy Kiwanis Club was recently treated to a stimulating presentation by a local group that fully shares Kiwanis focus on youth and making a difference in our communities. The CCPS Education Foundation is a non-profit group created to support and enhance the education of all public school students in the county. ...more
Tabb Kiwanis Club Sponsors "Books for Breakfast"
This is the 4th year Tabb Kiwanis Club partnering with Poquoson Public Library to provide free books to students who eat breakfast at Poquoson Elementary School and Poquoson Middle School. Every year over 200 children classics were given to those who really need them to show our love for both children and books.
Division 12 Contributes $3500 to Johns Hopkins Children Hospital
by Joe Maranto
On February 23, 2010 a check in the amount of $3500 was presented to the Pediatric Hospital of Johns Hopkins. This yearly presentation confirms the Division 12's commitment to the children within the Baltimore, Maryland metropolitan area. Pictured are Joe Maranto, Immediate Past President of the Capital District Kiwanis Foundation, Karen Mohl, Assistant Director of Development of the Johns Hopkins Children Hospital, Adam Paul, Lt. Governor of Division 12.
INSTRUMENT DRIVE: Changing How the Future Sounds....with Your Donation!
by Anne Henry
Soundscapes is a new after-school program that uses music-making to foster self-worth, discipline and leadership skills in students from economically disadvantaged homes and geographic areas. In October of 2009, Soundscapes began its first program with 55 first graders at Carver Elementary School within the Newport News Public School System. Anne Henry, one of the co-founders of the program, is a member of the Kiwanis Club of City Center, Newport News, which has adopted Soundscapes as one of its community service projects....more