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Thursday, October 29, 2015

Halloween Party 2015

Hat winners from left to right; Standing; Karen Kleine, Carmen Hall, Pam Hayes, Patric McClarnon, Debbie Applegate, Dan Riley, and Fred Applegate.  Front Row, Evie and Denny Chapman

Michelle Spriggs, Rita Johnson and Susie Billings won the Halloween icon hunt contest.

Gerry Smith, Randy Johnson, Becky Riley and Terry Beagle with their teams pumpkins.

Scott Kleine, Fred Applegate and Dan Riley with their teams bats.

Jill Ebert, Dick Laird, and Steve Emmons with their teams skeletons.

Dave Willis, Christ Thompson, and Don Hoffman with their teams cats.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Dave Medved Travels

Dave Medved shared pictures of his trip to the Grand Circle of national and state parks in Utah.  The tour included Bryce and Zion parks.  

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Imagination Library

Susie Billings told her fellow Kiwanians about Imagination Library.  Imagination Library is an early childhood literacy program launched by the Dollywood Foundation in 1995 thanks to the vision and generosity of singer, performer Dolly Parton.

Imagination Library is a program made possible through a partnership of the Hancock County Community Foundation (HCCF) and the Hancock County Public Library (HCPL).
The Imagination Library program will provide an age appropriate book to all qualifying children who are residents of Hancock County. Books are delivered monthly to the home, and in the name, of the enrolled child…in other words, children will receive their very own books.
The people of Hancock County will be encouraged to invest in the future of our community’s children until the endowment fund is capable of full program support.  Until then, HCCF is committed to the program’s success and will provide the financial resources needed to fill funding gaps related to immediate book expenses.
  • To jump start the endowment, HCCF will celebrate the National Week of Philanthropy by encouraging the community to board the Imagination Library Express from November 9-13.
  • During that week, each $1 donated will be matched with .50 from a pool of $100,000 thanks to a grant from Lilly Endowment.
  • Gifts will be matched during the National Week of Philanthropy from Monday, November 9, beginning at 8:00 am to Friday, November 13 until 4:00 pm.
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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Senior Services

Linda Hart, Executive Director of Hancock County Senior Services (HCSS) told Kiwanis about the agency.  HCSS is a community based not-for-profit agency committed to promoting awareness of the issues and challenges of Hancock County’s seniors, individuals with disabilities, and their families.  HCCS is committed to providing comprehensive non-medical support services, including senior and public transportation, to allow individuals to maintain the greatest possible independence.
HCCS provides several services:
Transportation – Non-emergency transportation for various destinations is provided by Hancock County Senior Services (HCSS) for county residents 60 years of age and over and by Hancock Area Rural Transit (HART) for residents under 60 years of age.  Vehicles are available Monday to Friday from 7AM to 5PM.
Homemaker – Our staff provides housekeeping assistance to seniors and the disabled.
Outreach & Insurance Information – Staff provides assistance in accessing appropriate social services programs, writing bill payments and balancing checkbooks.  They also help with various government forms.
Respite & Assisted Care – Staff provides respite to relieve a regular caregiver by providing non-medical, in-home supervision to frail seniors or disabled.
Handyman – Our handyman provides lawn mowing, snow removal, yard maintenance, and minor home repair.
Volunteer to the Homebound – Volunteers reduce isolation with companionship and assistance for the frail and homebound.
Telephone Reassurance – Telephone calls are made to isolated, frail seniors or those with disabilities to check on and reassure them.
Information & Referral – The agency has trained personnel who will answer questions about services and community resources and will assist with the appropriate referrals.
Legal Assistance – A representative from Legal Services Organization of Indiana is available the first Wednesday of each month from 9 a.m. to noon at our office to assist seniors with their legal questions and documents.

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