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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Library Book Van

Reed Tarwater, Library Board Member and Kiwanis Member with David Gray and Mike Schull.
Hancock County Public Director David Gray and Outreach Manager Mike Schull talked to Greenfield Kiwanis about the new book van and other activities at the Library.  
The Library traded in their 13 year old bookmobile for a smaller book van that is more efficient. The van has removable carts that can be taken inside buildings being visited so that patrons do not have to visit the van.  The carts can also be taken into the library for restocking.   DVD’s and books from the book van are on a 3 week checkout.  Items from the van are fine free.
The van’s schedule is available at .  Additional stops can be added by contacting by Schull at 462 – 5141.

Friday, April 24, 2015

Key Club Birthday Bags

Greenfield Key Club members purchased and assembled Birthday bags for the Hancock County Food Pantry.  The members have an upcoming fundraiser at Mozzi Pizza on Tuesday, April 28.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Boys and Girls Club

Candace Sexton, Interim Executive Director Boys and Girls Club receives the Kiwanis contribution from the Greenfield Kiwanis Club President Becky Riley.

Candace Sexton, Interim Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Hancock County told Kiwanis members about current activities at the club.   She noted that there the administrative changes taking place have not interrupted any of the youth programming. 

The Boys and Girls Club stresses programs that adhere to their vision statenent:
“Provide a world-class Club Experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who enters our doors, with all members on track to graduate from high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship, and living a healthy lifestyle.”

The operating costs per child are about $576.  Membership cost per child is $35 and $35 for transportation costs.   The remainder of the cost is covered by community organizations, individuals and the United Way.

For more information see their website, or call 317.462.3704.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Jane Pauley Community Health Center

Nicole Mann and Jessica Matchett from the Jane Pauley Community Health Center gave Kiwanians a tour of the facility on Tuesday, April 14.   The facility is a partnership of Hancock Regional Hospital and Hancock Physicians Network.
The mission of the Jane Pauley Community Health Center, Inc. is to promote a healthy community through the provision of accessible, respectful, and collaborative primary health care with local partners to any and all individuals and families regardless of insurance status.
The center opened December 15, 2014 and has served 550 clients.   The center is currently 4,000 square feet but they hope to expand and offer dental and mental health services.   The Jane Pauley Community Health Center is federally qualified health center open Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm on a walk in basis with appointments available.  The center hopes to serve as the primary health provider to its clients.   The center is located at 1107 N. State St.
Greenfield, IN 46140 and may be contacted at 317-477-5263.

Moon Rover

Greenfield-Central Moon Rover link

Greenfield  Rover team sponsored by Greenfield Indiana Kiwanis​ and Greenfield Central School Foundation​    Look for schedule on the right side of the web site.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Greenfield-Central Key Club has two fundraising events coming up.
April 18 Orange Leaf Greenfield will donate a portion of sales to the Key Club. No flyer is required but please mention that Key Club is the reason you are visiting. Orange Leaf, 1917 Melody Ln, Greenfield, IN 46140 Behind Hardees near Walmart.
April 24th Mozzi Pizza will donate 20% of sales to the Key Club when you present a flyer with your purchase at 2221 West Main Street or 1282 North State Street.. Flyers are available from Key Club members or at the Kiwanis Meeting.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Relay for Life

Brooke Melton, Event Chair for Relay of Life of Greenfield, 

The Relay for Life is the world’s largest fundraising event to fight every cancer in every community.   Brooke Melton, Event Chair for Relay of Life of Greenfield, spoke to Kiwanis about the June 12-June 13 event.  The Greenfield event will take place at Football field of Greenfield-Central High School starting on Friday evening at 6 p.m. with teams taking turns walking on the track.  Each team will have pledges of support or contributions.  The Relay will end on Saturday at noon.  The relay symbolizes the battle waged around the clock by those facing cancer.  All funds raised go toward cancer research, education and prevention and free information and services. 
If you are interested in forming a team, contributing to a team or more information contact Brooke Melton via e-mail at or see .

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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.