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The Key Club of Mill River High School, Clarendon, VT participated in a Walk for Diabetes at Diamond Run Mall in Rutland, VT on Oct 7, 2006.
The Key Club of Rutland High School, Rutland, VT participated in the Walk for Diabetes at Diamond Run Mall Rutland, VT Oct. 7, 2006.
Here are two of the Montpelier Kiwanis Club members who walked in the Diabeties Walk in Montpelier, VT. on September 30, 2006. Two other walkers are not pictured, Wanda Baril and Joan Fitzgerald. One other member was unable to walk but did collect donations, Charlie Wiley.
The Club gave $25.00 for each Club member participating. The "Moving and Grooving" Montpelier Kiwanis Club team raised close to $500.00 which includes the Club donation.
It was a beautiful warm day and a great time was had by all. At around 10:45 am just over $10,000 had been reported at "Walk Central."
Goblins find Healthy Treats in Colebrook
The Colebrook (NH) Kiwanis Club held their annual children’s Halloween Party on Sunday, October 29th at the Colebrook Elementary School gym for local area children. This year, instead of handing out candy for all the prizes, they bought toy prizes and also gave out coins at the game stations and in the piñatas and balloons. They wanted to offer a healthier Halloween to the children and tie into the local schools’ focus this year on childhood obesity and related illnesses such as diabetes. The party was well attended by over 150 children. Over thirty Kiwanis Club members worked on the party and two local Key Clubs, Colebrook Academy and Canaan High School, helped with all the games and festivities.
Canaan Key Club fortune telling station
Dropping the balloons filled with toys and coins
Kiwanis Family Walks for Diabetes
Governor Suzanne Lemak attended the Division 5 Caucus in Standish, Maine and received a check for almost $800 for the district project. She in turn promptly presented the check to Dr. Jerry Olshan, Director of Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes at the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital At Maine Medical Center. Monies collected for food was also donated to the cause.
Division 5 Presents Funds for Children with Diabetes
Berlin NH Kiwanis Club, YCPO Chairperson Cecile Strout presents a Sugarbugs kit to Barbara Arnold, School Nurse at the Ed Fenn School to begin the 2007-2008 school year