The Madison County High School Key Club sent two members to serve as volunteers at the "Fun at the Mall!" sponsored by Madison County Children's Champions on Saturday, March 10.
Tina Wu, a MCHS junior and the president of the MCHS Key Club served as the volunteer Easter Bunny that talked with kids about Easter traditions.
Madeline Lee, a MCHS senior served as the volunteer Tooth Fairy informing children about good dental habits and distributed coloring books on tooth care.
Jennifer Napier, the Kiwanis liaison with the MCHS Key
Club, the treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond, and president
of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, worked with these girls
at the "Fun at the Mall" which also included a petting
zoo, a bounce house, games and more.
Five volunteers from the Kiwanis Club of Richmond assisted parents, who attended the "Fun at the Mall!" last Saturday, to sign up their two-year-old children to receive fluoride treatments at the Madison County Health Department.
Kiwanians on hand to assist in the sign up were (l. to r.) Stephanie Konkle, Glen Kleine, Joan Kleine, Phillis Adams, and Jennifer Napier. Stephanie Konkle made balloon dogs, and other balloon animals while parents signed up their their two-year-old children to receive fluoride treatments.
"Fun at the Mall!", which was sponsored by the Madison County Children's Champions, headed by Phillis Adams, included a petting zoo, a bounce house, an Eastern Bunny, a Tooth Fairy, games and more.
April 3 - 4:45 p.m. - Kiwanis
Club of Richmond Board Meeting at Central Bank
6:00 p.m. - Kiwanis Club of Richmond Meeting at Central Bank
Topic: Changing Cultures: Active Shooter Training in Workplaces & Schools
Speaker: Jennifer Napier, Jennifer Napier Career Consulting
This meeting will be held in the Board Room on the ground floor of the Central Bank and Trust Company at 350 West Main.
Please enter next to the drive-through banking location. DO NOT PARK in the drive-through. The bank will be open and we do not want to block customers from using the drive-through banking facilities. Also, only one individual (the club president) will be given the entry code for the door. The door will be open for board members to use starting at 4:30 p.m. Once an individual is in the door will lock. Under no circumstances may we block the door open. If no one is at the door to open it for late arrivals (and board meetings will promptly start at 4:45 p.m. and regular meetings will promptly start at 6 p.m.) please call the club president's cell phone at 859-582-9530 and she will send someone to open the door. Once admitted you should walk straight until the end of the hall, make a left and go to the end of that hall and the room on your right is the board room. Please do not bring any food or drink to the room. Remember: The Kiwanis Club of Richmond has permanently moved from the Gillum's Sports Lounge and will no longer be meeting at that location.
Saturday, April 7 - 10:00
a.m. - 2 p.m. - "Stuff the SUV" Challenge.
"Stuff the SUV" will be held at the Richmond Walmart at 820 Eastern Bypass and the Richmond Kroger at 890 Richmond Plaza. Volunteers will distribute lists at each store of items what Richmond Kiwanians will be collecting for school Family Resource and Youth Service Centers (FRYSCs). The directors of the FRYSCs have listed the items that are most needed by students in their schools and those items are included on the list. These items can be purchased by individuals while shopping at Kroger's or Walmart's and then dropped in a basket on their way out of the store. These items will then be added to a SUV being stuffed at Toyota South. Individuals may also take items directly to Toyota South at 961 Four Mile Road, Richmond, to be included in the "Stuff the SUV" Challenge. Volunteers needed to work at locations between 10 am - 2 pm. Contact Joan Kleine 859-582-9530 or JoanKleine@gmail.com to volunteer to work on Kiwanis One Day.
April 17 - 6:00 p.m. - Kiwanis
Club of Richmond Meeting at Madison County Public Library
Topic: Updates & Impacts of Key Clubs: Local, Divisional, & International
Speaker: MCHS Key Club President, Tina Wu
This meeting will be held in the Community Room of the Madison County Library, 507 West Main Street in Richmond. The Richmond Branch is undergoing extensive rennovation at the rear of the building, so there is no parking available nor can individual enter at the rear of the building. Please enter the front of the building, then walk straight to the back of the building ... the Community Room is on the right and the restrooms are to the left. The community room is used for various library programs and is also available for free use by groups throughout the community. The room also contains a kitchenette and a video projection system. Library hours for Tuesdays are from 9 a.m. through 8 p.m. So there will be no problems with accessing entrance to the facility. Library - 859-623-6704 Richmond@MadisonLibrary.org Remember: The Kiwanis Club of Richmond has permanently moved from the Gillum's Sports Lounge and will no longer be meeting at that location.
April 21 - Lexington Legends
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