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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Kiwanis Scholarship Winners

The Kiwanis Club of Greenfield presented Benton Turner and Bailey Anderson with $1,000 scholarships.
Benton Turner received the Robert Eagleston Business Scholarship.  Turner recently graduated from Lutheran High School and will attend DePauw University.
Bailey Anderson received the Dr. William Griffing Science Scholarship.  Anderson recently graduated from Mt. Vernon High School and will attend the University of Southern Indiana.
The scholarships are named after the late Robert Eagleston who was a Greenfield Businessman and the late Dr. William Griffing who was with Eli Lilly and Co.  Both were long time Kiwanians.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Springhurst Villas

Laura Titara, Community Lifestyle Director for Springhurst Villa's at the Healthcare Campus told Kiwanis about 24 Villas about to open.   Each villa is a 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1400 square foot home designed for people over age 55 who are rightsizing.   Multiple amenities and activities are included in the monthly rent such as bi-weekly housecleaning, lawn maintenance and snow removal, and priority status to use other healthcare facilities on the campus.

For more information see the brochure by clicking HERE.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Nameless Creek Youth Camp

Barb Kauchak, Nameless Creek Youth Camp board member and Kiwanan told of the PIN Camp that will take place next week.   PIN Camp is about plugging into nature at the camp during the day camp.  The day camp has 48 registered campers.  There is a need for paper products especially heavy paper plates, 10 oz red plastic solo cups, plastic utensils, paper napkins, and paper towels. 

Books on BrainsScott

Scott Kleine, Jim Cherry, and Karen Kleine balance books in preparattion for the big contest.

Greenfield's first lady and Hizzoner da Mayor Fewell prepare for the contest.

Club President Becky Riley taking attendance.   Back row, left to right Don Hoffman, Dave Willis, Dan Riley and Carol Reddish,  Front Becky Riley, Bob Gullion, Marcy Hoffman, Sondra Gullion, Susie Billings, Tom Billings, Barb Terry and Digby Terry.
Club members enjoyed good weather at the Hancock County Public Library's Books on Brains contest.  The original objective was to have 1,000 people walk 5 1/2 yards balancing a book on their head to break a Guinness World Record.  Only about 700 were present so we set a North American record but failed at the World Record. 

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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.