The Scottsburg High School Key Club made Valentines Cards and distributed them to residents at Hickory Creek to celebrate Valentines Day. Pictured are Olivia Watson and Alyssa Bray delivering the cards. Members of the club made the cards during one of their meetings. They enjoyed visiting with the residents and look forward to visiting them more and participating in other activities. Key Club is a student led organization sponsored by the Kiwanis Club that develops leadership skills through community service. The students determine what projects they do and plan them with the help of their Faculty Advisor, Angela Bray and Kiwanis Advisor, Al Riggle.
The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club installed new officers and directors for 2017-19 at a banquet/ceremony hosted by Hickory Creek Healthcare.Hickory Creek has hosted this banquet/ceremony for over a decade. It has become a tradition looked forward to by Kiwanians each year. Newly installed officers are: President, Al Riggle; Secretary, Jack McWhirter; and re-elected Treasurer for the seventh term, Bunny South. Directors elected to begin their terms 1 October are Dave Church, Nick South and Chris Wakeman.
President Terry Davis presenting a donation to Richey Barton, Director. Hickory Creek is a non-profit foundation.
Staff from Hickory Creek serving a delicious meal for the banquet.
Pictured are the staff of Hickory Creek Healthcare. The Kiwanians sincerely appreciate their hosting this event each year along with their support for the BUG Program to recognize students who improve their grades. The meal is always outstanding and kicks off the holiday season for the Kiwanis.
Kiwanians enjoying the meal.
Hickory Creek Healthcare, a corporate member of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club, has hosted the annual ceremony/banquet to install the club’s new officers and recognize it’s outstanding members for over a decade.The annual dinner has become a Kiwanis tradition in Scott County and for the past several years has been standing room only.
First Picture: Pictured are the staff of Hickory Creek Healthcare. The Kiwanians sincerely appreciate their hosting this event each year along with their support for the BUG Program to recognize students who improve their grades. The meal is always outstanding and kicks off the holiday season for the Kiwanis.
Second Picture: Kiwanians enjoying the banquet.
Third Picture: Staff from Hickory Creek serving a delicious meal for the banquet.
Fourth Picture: Kiwanians enjoying the meal.
Fifth Picture: President Terry Davis presenting a donation to Richey Barton, Director. Hickory Creek is a non-profit foundation.
Residents and Staff say THANK YOU! for
supporting our 2016 project: a fenced in backyard!
Our 2017 Goal!
made possible through your support!
Residents and Staff
Hickory Creek at Scottsburg
The money the Kiwanni’s gave to our donation fund at their annual dinner this year has been put towards this project! Thank you so much for your contribution!
There is a used bus / van we are currently looking at, located at Jeffrey’s Auto. They are working with at this time while we move forward with our fundraising efforts. If you know of anyone or any organization that would like to contribute to our goal, We are a not-for-profit, 501C3 facility and can give a tax deductable statement.
The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club recognized Sumi Ross, Hickory Creek Nursing Home, with a certificate of appreciation for all her work with Kiwanis serving the kids in Scott County the past seven years. Kiwanis President David Wilson is pictured presenting the certificate to Sumi. Hickory Creek is one of the corporate members of the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club and has been very supporting of the Service Leadership Programs sponsored by the Kiwanis in Scott County. Not only have they hosted snacks for special functions for the Scottsburg Middle School Builders Club and for the Bring Up Grades (BUG) Program but have hosted the Kiwanis Annual Dinner for the past decade providing a special fall meal for the ceremonial meeting to install new officers and recognize member performance. Sumi is moving to Lousville and is pursuing a medical degree from the University of Louisville. The Kiwanis wished her the best in her studies and thanked her for all her support of kids in our community.