|Barb Kaucahk, Kwanis Club President with Hancock County Historian Joe Skvarenia|
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
|Angie Lyon, Cindy Huff, and Andrea Mallory from Hancock Hope House|
The Hope House provides living space and beds to up to 35 clients at a time. This can be 15 males and 20 women and children, Clients are screened to assure that they have no felony backgrounds that could pose a safety to risk to any of the other clients, they must be alcohol and drug free, and they must be willing to work at the shelter while seeking employment outside the shelter.
Cindy Huff spoke of her personal experiences at the shelter.
Angie Lyon, Retail Manager of the Wearhouse told of how the donations of clothes, shoes, linens, household hard goods, furniture and other items sold in the store supports the homeless program. The thrift store is an important funding resource and is presently covering 55% of the homeless program operating costs.
For more information on Hope House see hancockhopehouse.org or call Andrea Mallory at
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
In many cases the drivers of the vehicles do own the vehicle or the contents. Regardless they are in possession of the contents. In many cases bags of drugs and cash are hidden in different sections of the vehicle and detected by the dog. In addition to drugs credit card skimming operations are also targeted by the PACE group,
The group is funded by the forfeitures of cash and personal property seized in the arrests. The group cooperates with Homeland Security and the Secret Service.
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Pam Johnson, told Kiwanis about Hancock County Children's Theater. The theater which serves the four school systems in Hancock County has been in existence since 1987. Jack Rhoades was the first director. Pam Johnson has been Director of the theater since 1996 and served as Musical director from 1992 -1996.
125 to 150 children participate each year along with adult volunteers and alumni workers. Nearly 1500 people attend the June performances. The children perform, build sets, design programs and shirts, and design the publicity posters.
In 2003 due to school funding cuts the Children's Theater became dependent on contributions from private clubs and individuals to pay for this one month local children's program. This year the play will be Lucky, Luck Hudson. It will be performed June 29 and June 30 at Greenfield-Central High Auditorium, Anyone interested in contributing financial support can mail their checks to Hancock County Children's Theater, 1339 Greenhills Rd, Greenfield, Indian.a 46140
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