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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Nameless Creek Youth Camp

Don kept an eye on the weather and used scientific methods to determine if  it was raining.
We ate delicious hamburgers and side dishes provided by the members.
Marcy Gave us directions for the scavenger hunt.
First Runner Up in the Scavenger Hunt
Winning Team in the Scavenger Hunt (Short straw)
The Nameless Creek Youth Camp hosted Greenfield Kiwanis.  Members provided their meals and we enjoyed the camp.  NCYC has undergone a major transformation with a master plan adding facilities. The final portion of the master plan to be completed in 2015 will be a Dining Hall/Multipurpose Building.  Gifts to help fund this final phase can be made to the Hancock County Community Foundation, 312 East Main Street , Greenfield, Indiana  46140.  For more information see 

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

PIN Camp

Martha Haynes an Barb Kauchak told the Greenfield Kiwanis Club about Plug Into Nature (PIN) Camp..  The camp will be held from July 7-11, 9am-4pm, at the Nameless Creek Youth Camp, 2675 S. 600 E., Greenfield, and is for students entering 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade next year.  The camp will provide a variety of activities such as sports, games, arts and crafts, basic culinary skills, a water carnival, and horseback riding.  A registration fee is required, and then a $60 camp fee when accepted.  There are a limited number of camp spots available. Parents are responsible for all transportation to and from the camp.  Scholarships are available to the camp.  For further information, to receive an application, or to make a scholarship donation please contact Martha Haynes at 317-861-1116 or Jerry Bell at 317-652-2033.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

2014 Scholarship Winners

 Susie Broome, Kiwanis Scholarship Chair: Megan Kube: Emily Reger: and Clara Starkey

The Kiwanis Club presented the 2014 scholarships to the three recipients on Tuesday.  Susie Broome chaired the scholarship selection committee.  Each student received a $1,000 scholarship named for a Kiwanian and dedicated to an area of interest of the Kiwanian.

The Dr. William Griffing Scholarship in Science was presented to Megan Kube who was home schooled.  Megan teaches piano lessons, studied in Bolivia with Food Resources Bank, and will attend Ave Maria University in Florida where she will study Health Sciences and Pre-Medicine.

The J.B. Stephens Scholarship in Education was presented to Emily Reger, a graduate ofEastern Hancock High School.  Emily was a volunteer in a special needs class, Student Council President, and a member of the Varsity Softball and Volleyball teams.  Emily will attend Ball State University where she will study Speech and Language Pathology.

The Robert Eagleston Scholarship in Business was presented to Clara Starkey, a graduate of Greenfield Central High School.  Clara was an Academic Top 10, finalist for the Hancock County Lilly Endowment Scholarship, and President of the Key Club.  She will attend IUPUI where she will study Finance.

 Susie Broome, Kiwanis Scholarship Chair: Megan Kube: Emily Reger: and Clara Starkey.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

New Members

Seven new members were welcomed into Kiwanis on Tuesday, June 3.  From Left, Back Row are Bob Spriggs, Bill Brookfield, and Steve Foreman.  From Left, Front Row are Michelle McPherson, Donna Brookfield, Diana Foreman, and Pam Bennett.

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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.