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E-WASTE COLLECTION FUNDRAISER COMING TO ORLEANS

FESTIVAL KIT RENTAL PROGRAM CONTINUES TO GROW

The doors to the Kiwanis Club of Orleans are open to you. We believe the value of your time is second to none, and we know that you will feel fulfilled by time you commit to our club. We meet once a month, and we invite you to join some of the most dynamic and creative individuals in our community.

On September 17-18, 2017, unload your old computers, phones, televisions, printers, monitors, speakers, or any other bulky electronic equipment collecting dust by bringing it to the Ray Friel Centre, and help Kiwanis raise money for its community projects in the process!

Our ongoing effort to support community events, we are continuing our affordable festival kit program. Through it, any non-profit event organizer can rent tents and festival equipment (including setup and take down) at reduced rates, and in doing so, support Kiwanis of Orleans' mission.

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OUR FRIENDS ARE DOING GREAT THINGS!

KIWANIS MEMBERS HELP AFTER FLOOD IN BATON ROUGE, LA

KIWANIS CLUB OF MANKATO WINS $25,000 TO BUILD INCLUSIVE PLAYGROUND

THE ELIMINATE PROJECT:
UNICEF & KIWANIS

Kiwanis members serve their communities in many ways. Near Baton Rouge, thousands of home were destroyed in massive flooding. Kiwanis member came together to provide the manpower that helped some homeowners begin the rebuilding process.

A fourth grader who uses a wheelchair will soon get to play on the playground with her friends. Her story helped convinced a panel of judges to award the Kiwanis Club of Mankato (Minnesota) US$25,000 worth of playground equipment in the Legacy of Play® Contest, sponsored by Landscape Structures Inc. and Kiwanis International

Through The Eliminate Project, Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus—a deadly disease that steals the lives of nearly 49,000 innocent babies and a significant number of women each year.

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