The Roanoke Kiwanis are pleased to announce that they will be hosting their annual fish fry fundraiser at the Roanoke American Legion, Post 160 on Friday, February 17th, from 5 to 7:30 pm. The Legion is located at 1122 North Main Street on the north side of Roanoke. Tickets are available from any Roanoke Kiwanis member or at the event. Tickets are $8.00 for adults and $4.00 for children 12 years of age or less.
Upcoming events for the group include selling roses by the dozen in honor of Administrative Assistant’s Day, which is being celebrated on Wednesday, April 25th. The roses will be available in red, yellow, or pink for $20 per dozen and will be delivered in a vase by Kiwanis members anywhere within Huntington or southwest Allen Counties. If anybody is interested in purchasing roses, please contact John Nelson at email@example.com.
The Roanoke Kiwanis recently elected their newest President for 2012. Lance Wygant assumed the helm from the outgoing President, Mike Gibson.
The Roanoke Kiwanis will award a total of at least two $500 scholarships to High School Seniors who live in Jackson Township, attended Roanoke Elementary School, and are planning a course of post-secondary study. Scholarship applications can be picked up at the Huntington North High School guidance office or at www.discoverroanoke.org. Applications need to be filled out and returned by March 31 to the Scholarship Selection Committee at 423 West Vine Street, Roanoke, Indiana, 46783. A personal narrative, copies of transcripts, SAT/ACT scores, and letters of reference are required as part of the application. Any questions can be answered by submitting them via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Roanoke Kiwanis help many local youth-oriented entities including the Roanoke Elementary DARE program, the Roanoke Library, the American Legion Indiana Boys State, the Roanoke Pathfinder House, Huntington’s chapter of Youth for Christ, Roanoke Youth Sports, the Roanoke Fall Festival, the Huntington County 4-H auction, Mad Anthony’s Children’s Hope House in Fort Wayne, the Ronald McDonald House at Riley Children Hospital in Indianapolis, and the Huntington County Salvation Army.
The Roanoke Kiwanis meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month at the Roanoke Brethren Church starting at 7:00 a.m. Individuals interested in joining are encouraged to attend and enjoy the fellowship and coffee.
Be the first to post a comment!
Your email address will never be displayed or shared.
Once your comment has been reviewed, it will be published.
Web Design and Development by LIQUA Web Solutions