Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club

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Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Completes “Gift of Play” Project at Green Meadow Park
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On Tuesday, July 21 at 5:00 p.m., the Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club will host a ribbon cutting ceremony at Green Meadow Park in Appleton to celebrate the completion of the “Gift of Play” Playground Project.
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Completes “Gift of Play” Project at Green Meadow Park 2015-07-10 00:00:00Z
Become a Fan of Fox Cities Kiwanis on Facebook
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Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis is now on Facebook.
Become a Fan of Fox Cities Kiwanis on Facebook Jay Stephany
Another country eliminates MNT!
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We have wonderful news to share! The World Health Organization’s validation survey confirmed that Mauritania has eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT). Thanks to the generosity of Kiwanis members around the world, UNICEF and its partners, 36 countries have now officially declared victory over the pain and suffering of MNT. We are changing the world.

 
Another country eliminates MNT!
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Brings Holiday Cheers to Almost 90 Youth
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On Saturday, December 6th volunteers from the Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club and around 90 children from various nonprofit agencies spend the morning at the Building for Kids having breakfast, meeting Santa, (who had presents for them) and playing in the museum.
 
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Brings Holiday Cheers to Almost 90 Youth
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Announces Award Recipients and New Officers

The 2013-2014 Kiwanis year was another outstanding year for the Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis service club and celebrated the year at their recognition breakfast on September 26th at the Grand Meridian in Appleton.  The Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club provided over 2,800 hours of service to the community during the Kiwanis calendar year.
 
 

Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Announces Award Recipients and New Officers Jay Stephany
Horizon's Middle School Coffee Can Collection a Success
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The coffee can collection was initially a rain out at Horizons school. That, however, did not dampen the volunteer spirit of our young second grade friends at Horizons. We were able to reschedule last week and provide the Salvation Army ...with a load of coffee for their meal program.

 
Horizon's Middle School Coffee Can Collection a Success Thomas Mangold
Ron Steindorf Awarded 2014 Bert Grover Child Advocacy Award
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If you ask a member of the Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis club about the volunteering that we do, you will find that volunteering extends past Kiwanis service projects.

 

Ron Steindorf Awarded 2014 Bert Grover Child Advocacy Award Jay Stephany
What is Kiwanis??
Kiwanis International is a thriving organization of service-minded men and women who respond to the unique needs of their communities and address worldwide issues by "Serving the Children of the World."
What is Kiwanis?? Jay Stephany
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club Partners in Refugee Resettlement
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The Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club is proud to partner with Lawrence University, The City of Appleton, and World Relief to welcome new refugees to the community and need we need your help!
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club Partners in Refugee Resettlement Jay Stephany
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club Donates $1,000 to Community Clothes Closet
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At a recent club meeting, the Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club presented a check to John Mendoza who visited our meeting as a representative from the Community Clothes Closet. Our donation will help continue the mission of the Fox Valley non-profit. One of our longstanding service project partnerships, the Community Clothes Closet distributes over 25,000 items of clothing each month to needy families in the area.
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club Donates $1,000 to Community Clothes Closet Jay Stephany
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Awards $5,000 in Grants to Local Nonprofits
The Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club recently delivered $5,000 in annual donations to various nonprofits and community projects in the Fox Valley community.
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Awards $5,000 in Grants to Local Nonprofits Jay Stephany
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Announces Award Recipients and New Officers

The 2012-2013 Kiwanis year was another outstanding year for the Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis service club and celebrated the year at their recognition breakfast on September 27th at the Thompson Community Center in Appleton. The Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club provided over 2,500 hours of service to the community during the Kiwanis calendar year.
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Announces Award Recipients and New Officers Jay Stephany
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Ready to Supports Annual Help for the Homeless Campaign
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The Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club has once again partnered with 91.9/91.5 The Family and the 22nd annual Help the Homeless Campaign.
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Ready to Supports Annual Help for the Homeless Campaign John Polansky
The Eliminate Project
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It would be difficult to explain, in a few short words, why we, as American Kiwanis, should become passionate about the Eliminate Project that Kiwanis International has adopted as our next world project.
The Eliminate Project Sara Schnell
January Service Project Fun at Habitat Restore
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Indoor service projects in January are hard to find but our club had a chance once again this year to support the Habitat Restore. We will be working with the Habitat Restore on a variety of projects, merchandising of the sales floor or other small items that are needed. This is a great indoor project.
January Service Project Fun at Habitat Restore Jay Stephany
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Supports Give a Child a Book Campaign
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Terry Dawson, director of the Appleton Public Library, spoke with our club Dec. 3 about the Friends of Appleton Public Library's 12th annual Give a Child a Book Campaign.
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Supports Give a Child a Book Campaign Kara Patterson
AKtion Club Helps Support Holiday Projects
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We all know that the holiday season is a busy time for Santa. As one of its December service projects, the AKtion Club of the Fox Cities wrapped 60 gifts for Santa during one of our regular club meetings. The Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club, one of the sponsoring Kiwanis Clubs of the AKtion Club, gave out the gifts on December 4th during their breakfast with Santa at the Building for Kids, our local children's museum.
AKtion Club Helps Support Holiday Projects Jay Stephany
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Provide Food Baskets to the Less Fortunate
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The holiday season is fast approaching, and once again our club partnered with the Salvation Army to provide food baskets to some needy families in the Fox Cities. Thanks to Renee Waterman and Maria Van Lannen for doing the shopping this year.
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Provide Food Baskets to the Less Fortunate Jay Stephany
Harbor House Carpet Tearing Project
The Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club over the years has supported the Harbor House in a variety of ways. Our club members have painted rooms and hallways, laid carpet in their new addition, and coordinated donation drives.
Harbor House Carpet Tearing Project Jay Stephany
Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Supports 2010 Boo Bash Event
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Boo Bash 2010 was a great success and the Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Club supported the event on a variety of different levels.

Appleton Fox Cities Kiwanis Supports 2010 Boo Bash Event Jay Stephany
Kiwanis AKtion Club Receives $600 Donation
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On September 18th, members of the West Business Services sales teams took part in the sand sculpture contest at a fox cities event called Quarry Quest. Quarry Quest is a yearly event held in Neenah, WI.

Quarry Quest was created in 1999 by a team of community-minded organizations to help provide a better understanding of the construction and mining industries to the children of all ages while also raising funds for local charitable organizations. Involvement equals 250 businesses and nearly 1,000 volunteers. In ten years, the event has attracted 150,000 people and raised over $750,000 for charity.
Kiwanis AKtion Club Receives $600 Donation Jay Stephany