SERVICE ON MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY - 01/16/2018
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Kiwanis of Manchester commemorated the occasion with a service project creating "no-sew blankets" for infants and packaging personal care items. Both will be distributed to shelters and non-profits serving those in need. Our thanks to Michelle Chretien and Jocelyn Collins who arranged for a workspace at their employer, RMS Mortgage and to the Kiwanians who donated materials. For more photos, please click here: http://www.kiwanismanchesternh.org/Page/4225


CELEBRATE WITH A CHILD - 12/03/2017
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The spirit of the season was on full display at the Boys and Girls Club of Manchester on Decenmber 1. An annual signature service project, Kiwanis partners with the Club and our sponsored Key Clubs to present a morning of face painting, crafts, songs, gifts, lunch, and a visit with Santa. Several dozen kids were served. Many were from the refugee and immigrant communities. A huge thanks to the Boys and Girls Club and to the Bedford, Memorial, and West Key Clubs for staffing the workstations. More here: http://www.kiwanismanchesternh.org/Page/4225.


WALK WITH A CHILD - TEENS - 12/01/2017
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WALK WITH A CHILD,  a signature annual service project, continued last with teens from the Webster House and the Boys and Girls Club of Manchester. The first session,  earlier in the month, was devoted to young kids. The event provides clothes to our "guests." Kiwanians  and our partners are paired with children to help them shop.  About 60 young people are served in total, with the Club spending $100 per "guest.". We were honored that Lt. Governor Matt Barrett joined us and assisted a resident of the Webster House in her shopping last night. Also, a big thanks to our partners from the  St. Anselm College and...


WALK WITH A CHILD - KIDS - 11/17/2017
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WALK WITH A CHILD,  is one of our annual service projects. First of two events providing clothes to kids. Kiwanians  and our partners are paired with children to help them shop. Last night was dedicated to "guests" from the Boys and Girls Club of Manchester. Later in the month we will be hosting teens from the Webster House, a group home in Manchester. About 60 kids will will be served in total, with the Club spending $100 per "guest.". Many thanks to our partners from the Memorial High Key Club, St. Anselm College, and Wal-Mart of Bedford. More photos here: http://www.kiwanismanchesternh.org/Page/4225.