The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club presented Maggie Mills, graduate from Austin High School, a scholarship for $500

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club presented Maggie Mills, graduate from Austin High School, a scholarship for $500 at our dinner meeting at the Roadhouse USA. Pictured is Kiwanis member Maryrose McWhirter from the Scholarship Committee. Congratulations to Maggie and best wishes on her continued studies.

The 2017-18 Lexington Elementary School K-Kids.

The 2017-18 Lexington Elementary School K-Kids were recognized by Mayor Bill Graham with the Good Neighbor Award for 2018 in the Youth Civic/School category. PIctured are members of the LES K-Kids with their faculty advisor Mrs Lee Anna Willett. This group was also recognized by Kiwanis International as a Distinguished Club.

Scottsburg Kiwanis gathering/meeting/social time.

Our first Scottsburg Kiwanis Club lunch meeting. Kiwanis members Darryl Smith, Mike Everett (SMH), Nick South, Guy Townsend and LL Lowry.
Our first Scottsburg Kiwanis Club lunch meeting. LL Lowry, Dale Armstrong and Wes Clark.
Members of the Kiwanis Club and the AHS Key Club stuffing bags with prizes for the BUG Parties.
Members of the Kiwanis Club and the AHS Key Club stuffing bags with prizes for the BUG Parties.

Tree Steward Training

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Tree Steward Flyer

Attention all tree lovers!  Interested in increasing the tree canopy in your community or on your own property?  Curious about urban forestry?  Want to know more about planting and caring for trees?   
Great Scott Trees invites you to participate in the 2019 Tree Steward Program presented by the Indiana DNR Division of Forestry in Scottsburg on February 7 and 8 at the Mid-America Science Park.  This two-day program was developed in order to actively engage Hoosiers in various aspects of urban forestry and to generate a base of urban forestry advocates. Trainers include City Foresters, Certified Arborists, Extension Agents, District Conservationists and others concerned with planting and maintaining trees in the urban environment.  This course is for community members, volunteers, master gardeners, municipal employees and anyone that has an interest in learning more about trees and giving back to their community forest.  You can see a detailed overview of the program here: Tree Steward Program Overview
The cost is $35, which includes lunch on both days.  This fee will be reimbursed at the end of the event for all participants who attend both days.  Register online at: Tree Steward Training Registration.  Space is limited, so register soon.
Attached is a flyer with more information.  Please forward this email to anyone you think would be interested in attending.
We hope you will be joining us on February 7 and 8!  If you have any questions or comments about the program, please feel free to call me at 812-820-9002, or respond to this email.
– Malvina