The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized Kiwanian Darryl Smith with the award of the Legion of Honor for 30 years of service to our kids as a Kiwanis member.

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The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized Kiwanian Darryl Smith with the award of the Legion of Honor for 30 years of service to our kids as a Kiwanis member.  Pictured is Darryl Smith and President Al RiggleDarryl received his certificate and Legion of Honor Pin recognizing him for his 30 years of service and having served as a past Lt Governor for the Scenic Hills Division.  Darryl is a past president and serves on the Kiwanis Board of Directors.  He is active in many Kiwanis projects including the Tent Program, grilling hotdogs, pancake breakfasts, spaghetti dinners, scholarship golf scrambles and various service projects at CASA and CRADLE.  Congratulations to Darryl and thanks for all his outstanding service to our kids.

 

Scottsburg Kiwanis Club President Al Riggle awards a grant for $1,000 to Lexington Good Faith Preschool

NEWS FROM:

Scott County Community Foundation, 752-2057

January 31, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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Scottsburg Kiwanis Club President Al Riggle awards a grant for $1,000 to Lexington Good Faith Preschool. The grant was awarded from the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club Fund at the Scott County Community Foundation and will be used to support the free preschool for children in Lexington Township. Shown along with the students are preschool volunteer Doris Murphy and instructor Melody Seals. 


This donation is part of our support for the Kiwanis Youth Priority One Program (supports kids from birth to age 5).

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Scottsburg Kiwanis Club President Al Riggle presents a check for $1,000 to United Way of Scott County Executive Director Nancy Riley

NEWS FROM:

Scott County Community Foundation, 752-2057

February 1, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Kiwanis grant to UW DPIL

Scottsburg Kiwanis Club President Al Riggle presents a check for $1,000 to United Way of Scott County Executive Director Nancy Riley. The grant was awarded from the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club Fund at the Scott County Community Foundation and will be used to support the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program. This initiative provides free books for children from birth through age five, mailed every month to a child’s home. United Way and Community Foundation brought this program to Scott County six years ago to increase early childhood literacy. There are currently 922 children who receive books, with 864 who “graduated” when they turned five. It only costs $25 to sponsor a child each year. Donations to the Dolly Parton Imagination Library Fund at the Community Foundation are also being matched 50 cents for every dollar donated, through a grant opportunity from Lilly Endowment Inc. For more information, call 812-752-2057.


The Dolly Parton Imagination Library is also part of our Kiwanis Priority One Youth Programs supporting kids from birth to age five.