Please help us spread the word about this amazing luncheon!!!!!! We are super excited about this years speaker and lunch will be fabulous as always. We are so grateful to the Chris Owens and his staff and Prevent Child Abuse, Scott County Council Members who help organize this every year.
Today we had our first Good Neighbor planning meeting. There are a few things we wanted to pass on to everyone.
First, we have attached a copy of the nomination form. Please feel free to make copies of this and/or post on your website. Deadline for nomination forms to be turned back in is May 7th.
Second, attendance at the banquet has been declining slowly each year and we discussed ways to improve this. It was asked that we send the invite list to the committee to review and let us know of anyone that you believe should be added. We are currently working on updating the list so if you see any thing that needs changed or updated please feel free to let us know. We will be reviewing the list for people that may be deceased or moved from our community. We will be adding any elected officials, candidates, and board members from different organizations to the list that may not be on our current list.
We greatly appreciate everyone’s assistance in helping with these matters!
CRADLE is hosting a Rock A Thon at Vienna Baptist Church to raise money for CRADLE. Details are in the attachment below. Also attached are the registration forms. Is anyone interested in their club entering a team or two for this event? There is also the opportunity to sell food items to make some money for your club.
Let me know if you’re interested and I will assist.
The Scottsburg High School Key Club made Valentines Cards and distributed them to residents at Hickory Creek to celebrate Valentines Day. Pictured are Olivia Watson and Alyssa Bray delivering the cards. Members of the club made the cards during one of their meetings. They enjoyed visiting with the residents and look forward to visiting them more and participating in other activities. Key Club is a student led organization sponsored by the Kiwanis Club that develops leadership skills through community service. The students determine what projects they do and plan them with the help of their Faculty Advisor, Angela Bray and Kiwanis Advisor, Al Riggle.