The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club presented a $500 scholarship to Shelby Keith

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club presented a $500 scholarship to Shelby Keith at their Board Meeting held at the Hampton Inn & SuitesPictured are from left to right Kiwanian Nick South, Shelby and Kiwanian Darryl Smith.  Nick and Darryl are members of the Kiwanis Scholarship CommitteeShelby 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.

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club awarded a $500 scholarship to Kansas Amos

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club awarded a $500 scholarship to Kansas Amos at their Board Meeting at the Hampton Inn & Suites.  Pictured are Kiwanian Nick South, Kansas and Kiwanian Darryl Smith.  Nick and Darryl are members of the Scholarship CommitteeKansas served as an active member and officer of the Austin High Key Club and participated in numerous Kiwanis Family projects and programs including recognizing third graders at Austin Elementary School for improving their grades.  Congratulations to Kansas and best of luck as she continues her studies.

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club presented a $500 scholarship to Jaiden Herald

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club presented a $500 scholarship to Jaiden Herald at a ceremony held at the Java Station Pictured are from left to right Kiwanians Darryl Smith and Maryrose McWhirter, Jaiden and Kiwanians Angela Bray and Nick SouthDarryl, Maryrose, Angela and Nick are on the Kiwanis Scholarship CommitteeJaiden is a graduate of Scottsburg HIgh and achieved an outstanding record of performance in high school.  The Kiwanis congratulate Jaiden on her accomplishments and wish her the very best as she continues her studies.

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club presented a $500 scholarship award to Olivia Watson

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club presented a $500 scholarship award to Olivia Watson during a ceremony at the Java Station.  Eleven students were awarded scholarships by the Kiwanis this year.  Proceeds from the annual Golf Scramble fund the scholarship program.  Pictured are from left to right Kiwanians Nick South & Darryl Smith, Olivia and Kiwanian Angela Bray.  Nick, Darryl and Angela are members of the Kiwanis Scholarship CommitteeOlivia is a graduate of Scottsburg High where she was a member of the Key Club and served two years as President.  She will be attending Indiana Tech where she will be studying Business, specializing in Accounting.  She will also be playing softball for Indiana Tech.  Congratulations to Olivia on her accomplishments and the best of luck to her as she continues her education!

Hope Now!

Good afternoon KIDS!
I’m writing to share some wonderful news. Yesterday, U.S. News & World Report confirmed to the world what we already know: Riley Hospital for Children is one of the nation’s best.
In its 2020-21 rankings of Best Children’s Hospital, U.S. News ranked Riley in 10 out of 10 pediatric specialties. It is one of only 24 children’s hospitals nationally to earn that distinction. Especially notable, Riley has two programs ranked in the top five (Urology and Cardiology & Heart Surgery). It remains the only children’s hospital ranked in Indiana by U.S. News.
Riley Children’s Foundation President and CEO Liz Elkas was honored to take part in yesterday’s virtual announcement on Facebook Live. She noted that she represents a “philanthropic army” grateful for the team at Riley.
Through your giving to Riley Children’s Foundation, you helped make this distinction possible. Generous philanthropic support from you and other donors enables Riley to recruit expert physicians, add and expand leading-edge clinical programs, and offer vital patient support services like Child Life.
As Riley celebrates this well-deserved recognition, my colleagues and I at Riley Children’s Foundation also celebrate you and the role you play in ensuring Indiana kids have access to the very best care. Thank you for your steadfast support of Riley.
I miss you and hope that you are doing well. I look forward to catching up soon!
Take care!
Amber

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