The Elizabethtown Kiwanis Club is making a difference even during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The local civic group met at San Jose to discuss business this week.
This month Club President Lisa Bryan announced the club made their annual donations to the Legacy Fund at the Boys and Girls Homes in Lake Waccamaw to help with the cottage facility expenses. The club also donated to Kiwanis Internationals Fund and the Carolinas District Children’s Fund to help with playgrounds.
The club is planning the annual can food drive to start in October. The plan is to help Bladen United Way Day of Caring with the canned food.
The club hopes the East Bladen and West Bladen High School Key Clubs can help with a canned food drive-through. Each year the Kiwanis Club challenges the two high schools to collect food for the local food bank. More information will be released soon about the project.
The club is holding a RADA fundraiser. Anyone interested in purchasing RADA merchandise to assist the club may place an order online. Click now to shop.
The club will meet next month at Cindy’s Restaurant.Share: