— Nelson Mandela
Category: CEASe of Scott County
Please see information below from the Scott County Partnership about a Scott County “Recovery Oriented System of Care” community workshop on 14 June at MASP. Note details to RSVP and attend this workshop.
For Immediate Release
This summer the Scott County Partnership and both school districts are partnering with the Department of Education and the USDA to provide healthy lunches to students while on summer break. Volunteers are needed to help serve lunches in Austin and Lexington.
The meals are provided free to students ages preschool to 18 years old. Meals will be served from June 1 to July 31 in Austin and from June 4 through August 3 in Lexington.
“We wanted to make sure students get a good meal for lunch during the summer months,” shared Kim Richie, who is overseeing the program for the Scott County Partnership. “Our hope is to help families that need some extra assistance. We are thrilled to provide meals for the children all week long.”
The Austin Lunch schedule will begin at Austin Park at 12 p.m. and then serve at Calvary Temple Church at 12:45 p.m. The Lexington Lunch schedule will begin at the Lexington Firehouse at 11 a.m. and then serve at the Lexington Presbyterian Church at 11:45 a.m. We hope youth will come out every day at both sites to EAT THIS DELICIOUS FOOD!!!
Volunteers are needed for both sites to visit and interact with the youth! For more information on the Summer Feeding Program or to volunteer, please contact Kim Richie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-820-0909.
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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club conducted their annual spring service project at the CASA House. Pictured are Ricky Bray, Guy Townsend, Noah Bray, Al Riggle, Angela Bray and James Wuerzberger working on the flower beds and spraying for termites. Members of the Kiwanis Club and the Scottsburg High School Key Club changed a door knob on the garage, power washed the North garage wall, cleaned the gutters, sprayed for termites, pruned the roses, mulched the flower beds and picked up trash/debris from the winter. CASA serves some of the neediest kids in Scott County by providing them a voice in court. The CASA volunteers are trained and appointed by the court system to serve the kids in our community. The annual service project by Kiwanis is one small way we can give back to those who provide such an important service to our kids.