Thursday, April 12, 2018

Kiwanis continues Empowering Support

Pictured Left: Kiwanis of Greenville President Greg Zechar presents a donation check to Empowering Darke County Youth Program Coordinator Bob Robinson.
GREENVILLE – Kiwanis of Greenville recently continued their support of Empowering Darke County Youth with a donation for the organization’s After School and Summer Tutoring Programs.

Kiwanis is active in the community with support for the Greenville High School Key Club, a teen service organization, and the Aktion Club, a service organization for the Developmentally Disabled. Kiwanis also provides newborn car seats for free distribution by Wayne HealthCare, college scholarships and a variety of other programs. Membership is open to the public and it meets each Wednesday at noon at the Chestnut Village Center, Brethren Retirement Community.

Empowering Program Coordinator Bob Robinson, along with Edison State tutoring students Morgan Sparks, Ashley Karns, Ashley Rutherford, and Micah Light have made a presentation to Kiwanis and other community programs, about the success of the After School and Summer Tutoring programs.

Any organization or business considering support for Empowering Darke County Youth, and would like more information about the program’s successes and needs, may contact Robinson or Melissa Eve, Assistant Program Coordinator, at or leave a message at Edison State Community College, Darke County Campus, 937-548-5546. They will be happy to provide additional information or set up a presentation.

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