Program receives gift from Kiwanis


Submitted photo Volunteer Coordinator Tammy Wheeler accepts Feed the Creek’s share of $6,000 in proceeds from Kiwanis Club of Beavercreek’s third annual silent auction. Presenting the check are Bill Pees, treasurer, and Kim Farrell, president.

Submitted photo Volunteer Coordinator Tammy Wheeler accepts Feed the Creek’s share of $6,000 in proceeds from Kiwanis Club of Beavercreek’s third annual silent auction. Presenting the check are Bill Pees, treasurer, and Kim Farrell, president.


News-Current Report

BEAVERCREEK — Four organizations serving Beavercreek area children are sharing $6,000 in proceeds from the Beavercreek Kiwanis third annual silent auction. Feed the Creek, Shoes 4 the Shoeless, Beavercreek Schools’ music education and the United Way/Greene County Library Foundation partnership sponsoring Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library each received $1,500 on Dec. 13.

Tangible impacts of the funds include a two-month supply of milk for Feed the Creek’s weekend meal packs for needy students, more than 100 new pairs of shoes distributed by Shoes 4 the Shoeless and a year’s supply of age-appropriate books for 60 area children enrolled in Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

Kiwanis Club of Beavercreek Kiwanis is part of a global community of clubs, members and partners dedicated to improving the lives of children. The club meets from 12-1 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at Soin Medical Center.

Submitted photo Volunteer Coordinator Tammy Wheeler accepts Feed the Creek’s share of $6,000 in proceeds from Kiwanis Club of Beavercreek’s third annual silent auction. Presenting the check are Bill Pees, treasurer, and Kim Farrell, president.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/12/web1_Kiwanis-Auction-Feed-the-Creek-IMG_2063.jpgSubmitted photo Volunteer Coordinator Tammy Wheeler accepts Feed the Creek’s share of $6,000 in proceeds from Kiwanis Club of Beavercreek’s third annual silent auction. Presenting the check are Bill Pees, treasurer, and Kim Farrell, president.