The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club hosted their annual Spaghetti Dinner

The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club hosted their annual Spaghetti Dinner to raise money for Riley Children’s Hospital at the Scottsburg United Methodist Church.  This year the focus for Riley was to help with the Three Wishes Program to improve the early detection and treatment of early childhood development issues such as autism and developmental delay.  Dr Swigonski from Riley Children’s Hospital and a Professor of Pediatrics at Indiana University’s Medical School had visited Scottsburg a few weeks earlier to give a couple of presentations to the medical community and to child care providers, teachers and volunteers who work with young children such as CASA and CRADLE.  The community support for this effort has been nothing short of outstanding.  Congratulations for making this spaghetti dinner the best in memory of any of our Kiwanis members.   The Kiwanis cooked spaghetti, and the SHS Key Club and SMS Builders Club bused tables and made baked goods to sell as dessert with all proceeds going to Riley Children’s HospitalWith your help we are able to donate $965 to RileyThe proceeds will help Riley and the Indiana District of Kiwanis ensure screening kids are available to communities all over the State of Indiana and that treatment and educational materials are available in all our communities.  Thank you all for your generosity and support!  Pictured are some of our guests that evening enjoying the spaghetti dinner, Sam Everett from the SHS Key Club washing dishes and outstanding chef, Chris Wakeman in the kitchenThank you again for your outstanding support of Riley Children’s Hospital and the kids in our community who will benefit from this program.


The Scott County Partnership is seeking volunteers for the Reality Store program


The Scott County Partnership is seeking volunteers for the Reality Store program at Austin Middle School on April 6, 2018 and in Scottsburg Middle School on May 11, 2018. Volunteers will host booths for teens to visit as a part of learning what it means to balance a budget as adults. 

At The Reality Store, students will learn to manage their money, provide their families basic needs, as well as learn to manage life’s unexpected financial issues. envision the lifestyle they’d like to have when they’re in their mid-20’s, select the occupation they’d like to have as an adult, receive a checking account deposit equal to one month’s salary from their desired job, spend their salary in The Reality Store, first on necessities and then on “extras”, handle some of life’s unexpected events, learn whether their selected occupation will provide the financial resources needed to provide the lifestyle they want.
The Reality Store gives students a chance to get a realistic view of what their parents/guardians go through on an everyday basis. At the same time they can envision what it will be like for them to make ends meet on the career path they are considering. It’s a safe environment to give their prospective career a run through.
If you are interested in helping with the Reality Store, please respond to this email or contact me at the phone number below.  
Hope to see you there!!
Have a great day!

Kim Richie

Youth Services Coordinator

Lisa Sutton (SCSD2 Corporate Member) was nominated for the Mayor’s Good Neighbor Award

Lisa Sutton (SCSD2 Corporate Member) was nominated for the Mayor’s Good Neighbor AwardShe was recognized for her work at Scottsburg Middle School and various projects and programs she supports in Scott County. Lisa is the Faculty Advisor for the SMS Builders Club and volunteers at our pancake breakfasts, spaghetti dinners, Taco Wagon, Christmas float decorating and helps with the Salvation Army Bell Ringing among her many service projects.  The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club is proud of Lisa and congratulate her on her recognition by the Good Neighbor CommitteePictured with Lisa is her Mom  Sonya Mastin and Linda Slaton Lisa is a Kiwanis Starfish Award winner for her work with the Builders Club.

The Scottsburg Middle School Builders Club

The Scottsburg Middle School Builders Club entered the Kiwanis Christmas Float in the Austin Christmas paradePictured are members of the Builders Club with the float just before the parade startedThis is the third year the Builders Club has entered the Kiwanis Float in the Austin Christmas Parade.  The float won first place for Civic/Youth Organization.  The second picture is members of the Builders Club with the Austin City Mayor, Dillo Bush receiving their trophyCongratulations to the Builders ClubThis is the third award they’ve won in three years in both the Austin Christmas Parade and the Scottsburg Christmas ParadeA special thanks to Lisa Sutton, John Mastin, Sonya Mastin, Monte Roth and Kevin Zhang of the SHS Key Club for helping with float, parade and flags for the Scottsburg Parade.


Treyton Caudell, President of the Scottsburg Middle School Builders Club


The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club held their annual meeting at the Hickory Creek Nursing Home ( a Scottsburg Kiwanis Club Corporte Member).  Hickory Creek has hosted the annual meeting for over ten years nowTreyton Caudell, President of the Scottsburg Middle School Builders Club attended to represent the Builders Club at this Kiwanis Family eventHowever, Treyton was recognized along with all the Builders Club members for earning their second consecutive Distinguished Club award from Kiwanis InternationalPictured with Treyton are from left to right Al Riggle, Kiwanis Advisor to the Builders Club, Treyton and David Wilson, President of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club.  An achievement report is submitted at the end of each school year identifying projects the club planned and conducted, membership growth, meeting attendance, fundraisers, officer training, and others.  The achievement report is used to determine how many points each club earns.  For the second consecutive year, the Builders Club earned enough points to be recognized as a Distinguished Club. Only three schools in the Indiana District earned this recognitionCongratulations to the members of the Builders Club and their advisor, Lisa Sutton.