The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized Kiwanians Dave Church and Jack McWhirter as Outstanding Kiwanians for 2018-19. Pictured from left to right is Kiwanis President Al Riggle and Kiwanians Dave Church & Jack McWhirter. The recognition would have normally been presented at the Indiana District of Kiwanis Mid Year Convention. Since it was cancelled due to the pandemic, the awards were mailed to Club Presidents to present. The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club just resumed meeting enabling the presentation of the awards. Dave earned his award for his work with fundraising both leading efforts for raising money for scholarships via the annual Kiwanis Golf Scramble and for helping restructure sponsorship opportunities for our corporate members. The Golf Scramble has raised over $100K since it’s inception. Jack earned his award for his marketing and branding efforts for the club. Jack is the architect for our Kiwanis website and has helped with Kiwanis branding for banners, letterhead, shirts, etc. Our Scottsburg Kiwanis Club is effective serving the kids in our community due to the efforts of local Kiwanians like Dave Church and Jack McWhirter. Congratulations on a job well done!
Outstanding Kiwanians for 2018-19. These awards would hve been presented at the Indiana District Mid Year Convention which was cancelled due to he preventive measures for the pandemic. Earning the Outstanding Kiwanian Award in the Service Leadership Program category is Bunny South. Bunny administers the Bring Up Grades Program and is a huge supporter of the Service Leadership Clubs in the schools. Earning the Outstanding Kiwanian Award in the Membership category is Don Cooper. Don has sponsored more new members in the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club than any other member. President Al Riggle presented the awards. Congratulations to these outstanding Kiwanians.
Our belated induction ceremony for three new members who joined the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club during the pandemic while we weren’t meeting. From left to right are new Kiwanian Perry Hayes, President Al Riggle, new Kiwanian Sue Silakowski, new corporate Kiwanian Touchdown Business Solutions represented by Mike Murry and Membership Chair Darryl Smith. Please welcome our new members aboard.
The first picture is the presentation from the Scott County United Way to the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club a check for $6,900 which came from relief funds that were available to assist non-profit organizations that lost opportunities to raise money they would normally have made in fundraisers during the pandemic. Kiwanians Bunny South and Charlotte did the research and prepared the application which was approved by the United Way Board of Directors. Pictured are from left to right, Kiwanians Nick South, Brent Swope, Al Riggle, Bunny South, Sue Silakowski, Mike Murry and United Way Executive Director Nancy Riley.
The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club presented a $500 scholarship to Shelby Keith at their Board Meeting held at the Hampton Inn & Suites. Pictured are from left to right Kiwanian Nick South, Shelby and Kiwanian Darryl Smith. Nick and Darryl are members of the Kiwanis Scholarship Committee. Shelby is a recent graduate of Austin High where she was an active member of the Key Club and served as it’s President. Shelby was awarded the Sandy Nininger Award by the Kiwanis Club for her leadership performance in making a difference in the community and in her club. This is the first time this award has been presented here in Scott County. The Kiwanis congratulate Shelby on her outstanding high school performance and wish her the very best as she continues her studies.