Kiwanis helps Habitat, welcomes guests


The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently made a donation to help with the building of two new Habitat for Humanity homes to be built in Wilmington. This Christian volunteer housing organization partners with families in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. Even though volunteers provide most of the labor, the partner families must invest up to 500 hours of labor and must make their mortgage payment to Habitat so that future homes can be built. Shown from left are Wendell Compton, Lennis Perkins and Jim Krusling, representatives from Habitat. Presenting the check is Jeanette Gerritz, the newest Wilmington Kiwanis member.


The Wilmington Kiwanis Club inducted its newest club member, Janette Gerritz, at the Thursday, Jan 21 meeting. She is pictured with Club Secretary Terri Thobaben. If you are interested in joining Kiwanis helping your community and children around the world, please call 937-382-9636 and speak with Club President Vermon Dillon. Wilmington Kiwanis meets on the first and third Thursday of the month at 11:45 a.m. at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church.


Wilmington Public Library Director Nancy Ehas spoke to Wilmington Kiwanis about helping with the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 19, along with Kiwanis’ three high school Key Clubs — East Clinton, Clinton-Massie and Wilmington. Shown, Kiwanis Club Secretary Terri Thobaben with Nancy Ehas.


The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently made a donation to help with the building of two new Habitat for Humanity homes to be built in Wilmington. This Christian volunteer housing organization partners with families in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. Even though volunteers provide most of the labor, the partner families must invest up to 500 hours of labor and must make their mortgage payment to Habitat so that future homes can be built. Shown from left are Wendell Compton, Lennis Perkins and Jim Krusling, representatives from Habitat. Presenting the check is Jeanette Gerritz, the newest Wilmington Kiwanis member.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club inducted its newest club member, Janette Gerritz, at the Thursday, Jan 21 meeting. She is pictured with Club Secretary Terri Thobaben. If you are interested in joining Kiwanis helping your community and children around the world, please call 937-382-9636 and speak with Club President Vermon Dillon. Wilmington Kiwanis meets on the first and third Thursday of the month at 11:45 a.m. at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church.

Wilmington Public Library Director Nancy Ehas spoke to Wilmington Kiwanis about helping with the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 19, along with Kiwanis’ three high school Key Clubs — East Clinton, Clinton-Massie and Wilmington. Shown, Kiwanis Club Secretary Terri Thobaben with Nancy Ehas.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently made a donation to help with the building of two new Habitat for Humanity homes to be built in Wilmington. This Christian volunteer housing organization partners with families in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. Even though volunteers provide most of the labor, the partner families must invest up to 500 hours of labor and must make their mortgage payment to Habitat so that future homes can be built. Shown from left are Wendell Compton, Lennis Perkins and Jim Krusling, representatives from Habitat. Presenting the check is Jeanette Gerritz, the newest Wilmington Kiwanis member.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_kiwanis-habitat.jpgThe Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently made a donation to help with the building of two new Habitat for Humanity homes to be built in Wilmington. This Christian volunteer housing organization partners with families in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. Even though volunteers provide most of the labor, the partner families must invest up to 500 hours of labor and must make their mortgage payment to Habitat so that future homes can be built. Shown from left are Wendell Compton, Lennis Perkins and Jim Krusling, representatives from Habitat. Presenting the check is Jeanette Gerritz, the newest Wilmington Kiwanis member.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club inducted its newest club member, Janette Gerritz, at the Thursday, Jan 21 meeting. She is pictured with Club Secretary Terri Thobaben. If you are interested in joining Kiwanis helping your community and children around the world, please call 937-382-9636 and speak with Club President Vermon Dillon. Wilmington Kiwanis meets on the first and third Thursday of the month at 11:45 a.m. at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_kiwanis1.jpgThe Wilmington Kiwanis Club inducted its newest club member, Janette Gerritz, at the Thursday, Jan 21 meeting. She is pictured with Club Secretary Terri Thobaben. If you are interested in joining Kiwanis helping your community and children around the world, please call 937-382-9636 and speak with Club President Vermon Dillon. Wilmington Kiwanis meets on the first and third Thursday of the month at 11:45 a.m. at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church.

Wilmington Public Library Director Nancy Ehas spoke to Wilmington Kiwanis about helping with the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 19, along with Kiwanis’ three high school Key Clubs — East Clinton, Clinton-Massie and Wilmington. Shown, Kiwanis Club Secretary Terri Thobaben with Nancy Ehas.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_kiwanis-ehas.jpgWilmington Public Library Director Nancy Ehas spoke to Wilmington Kiwanis about helping with the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 19, along with Kiwanis’ three high school Key Clubs — East Clinton, Clinton-Massie and Wilmington. Shown, Kiwanis Club Secretary Terri Thobaben with Nancy Ehas.
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