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Hastings Noon Kiwanis
2 weeks ago
Today, mothers in Chad no longer fear losing newborns to tetanus. Thanks to the work of Kiwanis and UNICEF, Chad has become the 26th country to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) since the start of The Eliminate Project!The World Health Organization (WHO) presented the official certificate to Chad’s minister of health in April in recognition of the country’s efforts. The elimination of MNT is the result of Chad’s improvements in recent years regarding routine immunization. Hastings Kiwanis raised more than $75,000 to support The Eliminate Project — which globally has reduced MNT by nearly half since the project began.More: https://www.kiwanis.org/news/newsitem/news/newsitem/kiwanis-eliminates-mnt?_zs=BIfge1&_zl=B6Km5 ... See MoreSee Less
With help from Kiwanis and UNICEF, Chad eliminates MNT
We really enjoyed the 5th Grade Ambassadors from Longfellow School — they sang at our meeting last week. Thank you for coming! Hastings Public Schools ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
This week we presented two mini-grant checks! One is to the Tigerettes HHS Dance Team, which will use the finds for judges, ankle weights and more. The other check is for MentoringWorks, which will use the funds to support mentoring opportunities or young people in Hastings. Hastings Kiwanis president Donna Keller presented both checks — and look for even more mini-grant announcements soon! ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
We presented a check for one of our mini grants last week! This Kiwanis grant will help Alcott Elementary School fund a new summer reading program in their amazing library. Hastings Kiwanis member Michael Howie (right) presented the check from Kiwanis to Alcott principal Charla Brant (center) and librarian Connie Murray (left).Through another mini-grant, Kiwanis is supporting the Adams County Teen Court program. That funding will support a substance abuse class for students to gain awareness and education.Look for more mini-grant announcements soon! ... See MoreSee Less
While we may not be riding bikes Saturday, we are raising a glass to raise money to buy bikes for kids! First Street Brewing Company will donate $1 per pint sold between noon and 4pm Saturday to our Bikes for Kids program — and support our efforts to buy bikes for 15 kids. We’ll give away the bikes at a Hastings Sodbusters game this summer! #DoGood #BeFirstClass ... See MoreSee Less
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