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Hastings Noon Kiwanis
2 days ago
We’re thrilled to support this summer reading program at Alcott! Connie Murray, a Hastings Public Schools librarian, and volunteers for the program are doing great things for kids. ... See MoreSee Less
Alcott keeps library open for summer
Hastings Noon Kiwanis is with John Boltz and 7 others.
1 month ago
We had a great time giving bikes to kids at the Sunday afternoon Hastings Sodbusters game!Eight of the 15 area kids selected to receive a bike were able to make the game, throw out the first pitch and get a bike — what fun! The remaining bikes will be distributed in the coming weeks.Thank you to all the Tacky Tour sponsors for helping make this possible, and to Safe Kids South Central for providing free helmets to all the kids! ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
We had a GREAT time touring the Adams Central Elementary school last week. Kiwanis members did a "skip the meal" visit to AC in place of our regular noon meeting.Thank you to Deb Goodrich for giving Kiwanians the tour! ... See MoreSee Less
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
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