Club Awards

Honors:

Scottsburg Kiwanis Club Wins Distinguished Club Award For 2013-14
The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club has been serving the kids in Scott County since 1961. This is the fifth time the club has received this honor and the third consecutive award, having won previously in 1998-99, 2005-06, 2011-12 and 2012-13. The award is given to those clubs who fulfill the Six Objects of Kiwanis, achieve membership growth, conduct multiple service projects, sponsor Service Leadership Programs such as Key Club, Builders Club and BUG Programs, meet the leadership training requirements and participate in District and Division activities. Kiwanis believe the best way to improve a community is to improve the kids in that community. The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club in partnership with many other youth groups in Scott County, businesses, civic organizations and with outstanding support from the community have tried to make a difference with projects and programs that are relevant to our kids.
“Starfish —  I Make a Difference” pins are presented to Kiwanis members for a single or sustained act that makes a difference in our community.  The first two were presented to Dave Church and Gordon Julian in 2014.  
Scottsburg Kiwanis Starfish Award Winners:
Lee Anna Willett          2017
Angela Bray                   2016
Katie Sawin                   2016
Stacie Skinner              2016
Darryl Smith.               2015
Dave Church                 2014
Gordon Julian              2014
Jack McWhirter           2015
Bunny South                 2015
Don Cooper                   2015
Ruby K Award:
This award is presented by Kiwanis International to Kiwanis members who sponsor new members into Kiwanis.  An award is presented for the first five sponsored individuals and thereafter for each multiple of five until twenty-five when it jumps by twenty-five after that.  
Ruby K Award Recipients for the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club are:
Don Cooper, 20 Members Sponsored
Al Riggle, 15 Members Sponsored.
Distinguished Member Award:
Kiwanis International recognized Kiwanis members as Distinguished each year they sponsor two new members and participate in at least two service projects.  Scottsburg Kiwanis Club Distinguished Members are:
Don Cooper for 2015-16

 

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club was recognized by the Good Neighbor Awards Program as a Good Neighbor in the Adult Church/Civic Organization category in 2014.
 
The Scottsburg Middle School Builders Club was recognized by the Good Neighbor Awards Program as a Good Neighbor in the Youth Church/School/Civic Organization category in 2014.
The Scottsburg High School Key Club was recognized by the Good Neighbor Awards Program “as a Good Neighbor” in the Youth Church/Civic Organization category in 2015.

 

Scottsburg Kiwanis Club Wins Distinguished Club Award

Kiwanis International President Thomas DeJulio recently announced the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club achieved the Distinguished Club Award for 2012-13.  The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club has been serving the kids in Scott County since 1961.  This is the fourth time the club has received this honor, having won previously in 1998-99, 2005-06 and 2011-12. The award is given to those clubs who fulfill the Six Objects of Kiwanis, achieve membership growth, conduct multiple service projects, sponsor Service Leadership Programs such as Key Club, Builders Club and BUG Programs, meet the leadership training requirements and participate in District and Division activities.  Kiwanis believe the best way to improve a community is to improve the kids in that community.  The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club in partnership with many other youth groups in Scott County, businesses, civic organizations and with outstanding support from the community have tried to make a difference with projects and programs that are relevant to our kids.  President David Wilson reminded our members that without outstanding community support none of this would have been possible.  The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club thanks all our partners, supporters and sponsors and look forward to serving together in the future for the benefit of our kids.”

Scottsburg Kiwanis Club wins Good Neighbor Award

Pictured are Al Riggle, President of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club and 2013 Good Neighbor Award winner, Mayor Bill Graham, and Dave Church, President-Elect of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club.
Pictured are Al Riggle, President of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club and 2013 Good Neighbor Award winner, Mayor Bill Graham, and Dave Church, President-Elect of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club.

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club was awarded the Mayor’s Good Neighbor Award for 2014 at the Twenty-second Annual Good Neighbor Awards Banquet on 20 June. The Scottsburg Kiwanis were recognized for their projects and programs to benefit kids in Scott County.  Some of their service this year involved the Summer Meal Program distributing food to kids in Scott County during the summer, hosting a spaghetti dinner to raise funds for Riley Childrens Hospital, hosting the Scottsburg High School Key Club, hosting the Scottsburg Middle School Builders Club, sponsoring students to attend a Key Leader camp, hosting the Bring Up Grades Program at Lexington, Johnson and Scottsburg Elementary Schools, sponsoring Bowl For Kids Sake to raise money for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, ringing the Salvation Army Bell to raise funds for Clearinghouse, supporting Kid’s First, Back To School Bash, Futures Unlimited, sponsoring students to attend the Police Career Camp, assisting CASA with maintenance and repairs, participating in a golf scramble to raise funds for Special Olympics, support the 4H Program, sponsor the Lake Hardy Sweep, sponsor Music By The Lake to raise funds for CIRCLES, support the Lexington Good Faith Pre-School, United Way’s Dolly Parton Imagination Library, Youth Camp at Englishton Park, YMCA pool repair, New Hope Services kids programs, Scottburg HS Model UN Club, Totes for Tots and others.  They have representation on the Scott County Partnership, Chamber of Commerce, Scott County Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect Council, CEASe, Communities That Care and the Planning Committee for the Christmas Parade.

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club believe the best way to improve Scott County is to improve the kids in Scott County.

 

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