WHS Kiwanis Key Club chartered


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Ohio District Kiwanis Governor Amy Zimmerman congratulating all of the Clinton County Key Clubs for their community support of East Clinton, Clinton-Massie and Wilmington High School Key Club members.


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At Kiwanis One Day Service Project are Orion Aktion Club members John Arrington and Anna Roads, Kiwanian Kim Hiatt, Orion Aktion Club members David Burton and Shea Powell, and Kiwanian Dr. Brooke Hamilton. Each year, Kiwanis clubs around the world join in a day of service to do a project to improve their community. The Wilmington Kiwanis Club along with its sponsored Orion Aktion Club and East Clinton Key Club recently cleaned the Luther Warren Peace Path Trail and set-up park trails for summer hiking.


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Ohio District Kiwanis Governor Amy Zimmerman presenting the Key Club Banner to President Maddie Adkins, Treasurer Emma Cline and Editor Olivia Minney.


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Wilmington High School Key Club members receiving their Club Pins from Key Club Lt. Gov. Kailyn Embrack and Mrs. Jomi Goodbar, WHS Key Club Advisor.


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A historical moment in Wilmington Kiwanis Club history occurred recently when the club chartered its third high school Key Club in Clinton County at Wilmington High School.

Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. Members of the Kiwanis International family and Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club had its Charter Banquet March 17 at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church for the Key Club members and their parents. They were presented with the Key Club banner, gavel and club pins. Club officers and members were inducted by Key Club Lt. Gov. Kailyn Embrack of Springfield, Ohio.

Special Guests were Wilmington High School Principal Mindy McCarty-Stewart, Ohio District Kiwanis Governor Amy Zimmerman of Cincinnati and Key Club Lt.Gov. Kailyn Embrack of Springfield High School.

Wilmington Kiwanis also sponsors East Clinton and Clinton-Massie high school Key Clubs.

If any one is interested in the youth of our community and community service and wish to join Kiwanis, please call President Vermon L. Dillon at 937-382-9636.

The Kiwanis Club meets every first and third Thursday of the month at 11:45 a.m. at Wilmington Presbyterian Church.

Ohio District Kiwanis Governor Amy Zimmerman congratulating all of the Clinton County Key Clubs for their community support of East Clinton, Clinton-Massie and Wilmington High School Key Club members.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_020.jpgOhio District Kiwanis Governor Amy Zimmerman congratulating all of the Clinton County Key Clubs for their community support of East Clinton, Clinton-Massie and Wilmington High School Key Club members. Courtesy photo

At Kiwanis One Day Service Project are Orion Aktion Club members John Arrington and Anna Roads, Kiwanian Kim Hiatt, Orion Aktion Club members David Burton and Shea Powell, and Kiwanian Dr. Brooke Hamilton. Each year, Kiwanis clubs around the world join in a day of service to do a project to improve their community. The Wilmington Kiwanis Club along with its sponsored Orion Aktion Club and East Clinton Key Club recently cleaned the Luther Warren Peace Path Trail and set-up park trails for summer hiking.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_002.jpgAt Kiwanis One Day Service Project are Orion Aktion Club members John Arrington and Anna Roads, Kiwanian Kim Hiatt, Orion Aktion Club members David Burton and Shea Powell, and Kiwanian Dr. Brooke Hamilton. Each year, Kiwanis clubs around the world join in a day of service to do a project to improve their community. The Wilmington Kiwanis Club along with its sponsored Orion Aktion Club and East Clinton Key Club recently cleaned the Luther Warren Peace Path Trail and set-up park trails for summer hiking. Courtesy photo

Ohio District Kiwanis Governor Amy Zimmerman presenting the Key Club Banner to President Maddie Adkins, Treasurer Emma Cline and Editor Olivia Minney.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_017.jpgOhio District Kiwanis Governor Amy Zimmerman presenting the Key Club Banner to President Maddie Adkins, Treasurer Emma Cline and Editor Olivia Minney. Courtesy photo

Wilmington High School Key Club members receiving their Club Pins from Key Club Lt. Gov. Kailyn Embrack and Mrs. Jomi Goodbar, WHS Key Club Advisor.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_016.jpgWilmington High School Key Club members receiving their Club Pins from Key Club Lt. Gov. Kailyn Embrack and Mrs. Jomi Goodbar, WHS Key Club Advisor. Courtesy photo

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