Friday, June 7, 2013

Kiwanis Youth

Terry Beagle, Junior High Builders club Kiwanis sponsor and Trent Roberts, Builders Club newly elected president spoke to Kiwanis about the activities of the past year.

Key Club members from the High School club spoke to Kiwanis.  From left Clara Starkey, Dana Woodworth, Christina Riley and  Michelle Marler.
Connie Michael, Ethan Michael, Esther Michael, Sherry Clayton, Katie Grant and Michelle Grant.
At the recent Kiwanis meeting, visitors from the Richmond Chapter visited.  They reported on what was happening in their chapter.

        Youth groups, sponsored by our club, reported on what they did in their clubs this past school year.  First to report were the K-Kids from Greenfield Intermediate School. They told us that some of their activities included collecting food for the food Pantry, visiting some nursing homes in the area and collecting $600 in pennies for a philanthropic project.  Michelle Grant came as one of their school sponsors.

        Trenton Roberts, next year’s Builders Club president, represented the Junior High School.  His club planted a tree to honor our Sister City, gave teacher of the month recognition and awarded teacher of the year.  They provided a new Club Bulletin Board for meeting notices, decorated a bus for the Christmas Parade in downtown Greenfield, held a Valentines dance and participated in gathering food for the 40,000 pounds of food drive.

        The Key Club from Greenfield-Central High School worked at the Garden of Eatin’, provided child care at Weston PTO meetings, worked at the Weston Carnival, walked in the CF Walk, provided Christmas gifts to a family, helped make and sell Kiwanis Easter carrots, and had a teacher appreciation week where fruit and candy were given.

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Greenfield Kiwanians perform service projects to help people and organizations. We also perform service projects to raise funds to support Riley Children's Hospital and many local charities.