There will be NO Kiwanis meeting on March 17, March 24, and March 31.

In addition, the Carrot making on Saturday, March 21 is cancelled. More carrot information will follow later.

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Hancock County Children's Choir

From Left: Emilia Grunden and Hailey Bruner, Choir members; 
Lisa Heady, HCCC Executive Director  
Lisa Heady, Executive Director of Hancock County Children's Choir (HCCC) told Kiwanis about the choir.  It is a choral performance and education program dedicated to create musical opportunities for youth through the performance of a variety of musical literature including classical, cross-cultural, folk, patriotic, pop, sacred, and secular genres of music.  Students in the choir are taught vocal production, diction, music theory, music history and appreciation, Solfege (sight singing), poise, stage presence, public speaking, and etiquette.  Our interactive programs instill valuable life skills, challenging our students to learn, grow, mature, develop self-confidence, and shine!
Emilia Grunden, a high school senior and Hailey Bruner, a sixth grader, both members of the choirs performed Over the Rainbow.
The choir raises money using October as the month of giving.  Each choir member is asked to raise $100 by garnering contributions or from work efforts for contributions.  The choir also receives corporate and personal contributions as well as grants and sponsorships,
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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.