Lee Anna Willett and Kate Eder serving pizza to the LES K-Kids for winning the spirit award during the Bowl For Kids Sake 2018.
The LES K-Kids enjoying their pizza party provided by Big Brothers Big Sisters.
The LES K-Kids celebrating their spirit award during the Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl For Kids Sake 2018. They earned a pizza party provided by the Scott County Big Brothers Big Sisters. Pictured are Kate Eder, Regional Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters and Lee Anna Willett Faculty Advisor for the LES K-Kids serving the pizza.
The LES K-Kids enjoying a pizza party provided by the Scott County Big Brothers Big Sisters for winning the spirit award during the Bowl For Kids Sake. Pictured is Faculty Advisor Lee Anna Willett serving pizza to the K-Kids in the LES library.
The VFES K-Kids are 67 strong and have organized six teams to plan projects and fundraisers for their school and community. They have already donated goods and money to the Riley Children’s Hospital Kiwanis Parent Comfort Cart. Pictured are some of the students using their lunch period to plan a project. Kara Dulaney is the Faculty Advisor for the VFES K-Kids. The K-Kids learn leadership skills through community service.
Michelle Shelton, Scott County Partnership, recently spoke at the Lexington K-Kids meeting to thank the students for helping with the Salvation Army bell ringing over the Christmas season raising money for the Scott County Clearinghouse. Pictured are Michelle Shelton, Faculty Advisor Lee Anna Willett and the LES K-Kids. Michelle explained how the bell ringing helps the Clearinghouse provide goods, services and support to needy families in Scott County. All the money raised by the Salvation Army here in Scott County stays in Scott County to help Clearinghouse serve our community. The students had fun ringing the bell and singing Christmas carols and now understand they can have fun while providing a needed service for the community. K-Kids is a Kiwanis family club designed to teach leadership through community service.
The Vienna Finley Elementary School K-kids collected items and raised money for the Kiwanis Riley Children’s Hospital “Parent Comfort Cart”. The Parent Comfort Cart is manned by Kiwanis volunteers at Riley Children’s Hospital to provide toiletries, snacks, puzzles, etc for parents waiting while their kids are undergoing treatment at Riley. The VFES K-Kids raised the money and collected items to present to Al Riggle to handcarry to the Kiwanis Indiana District Mid Year Convention where they were donated to Kiwanian Marge Crouch who coordinates the Parent Comfort Cart. The K-Kids develop leadership skills while performing community service.