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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Hope House

Andrea Mallory Director of the Hope House informed Kiwanis about the mission and operation of the Hope House.  The mission of the Hope House is to provide hope to the community while strengthening individuals and families on their journey to self sufficiency.The Hancock Hope House exists to serve the homeless residents of Hancock, Henry, Rush and Shelby counties. Established in 1991, the Hope House has been serving the homeless men, women and family units of these counties for the past 24 years. The shelter funds are provided by the operation of a thrift store and donations.

For further information on Hope House see

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

State of the City

Mayor Chuck Fewell
Greenfield Mayor Chuck Fewell reported accomplishments in 2016 to Kiwanis.  He noted it was the first year of the 4 year terms he had been elected to,

The City paved ten miles of streets.  The city has 108 miles and in the past has sometimes been limited to only one or 2 miles of repaving.

The Potts ditch reconstruction was completed.

The city negotiated the use of several private parking lots in the evening hours for public parking.

The State of Indiana granted a Main Street Revitalization Project grant to to Greenfield for $500,000.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Valentines Day Party

Barb Kauchak, Julie Dishman, Susie Billings, and Carol Reddish, Kiwanis Valentines Party Committee.

Kiwanis celebrated Valentines Day with a party of games and fellowship. Guessing how many  candy kisses filled a jar was easily won by Evie Chapman.  The candy bar quiz was won by a team of Bob and Sondra Gullion and Dan and Becky Riley.  Evie Chapman also won the wedding picture identification game.  Jean Willis took honors for the longest number of years married with 65. 

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Hearts Ablaze

Cristy Corwin-Howard, Director of Hearts Ablaze Clogging presented a program on the group to Kiwanis.

Hearts Ablaze is a Christian clogging group open to children of various ages.  It was founded in 2008 with 12 members and now has 86 cloggers.  The high school members have helped a group of disabled adults from Shares Inc. learn to clog.

The group has appeared at the Circle of Lights on Monument Circle.  The group has traveled to and performed in Gatlinburg and Branson Missouri.  For more information see their website at

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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.