Monday, December 20, 2010

Two Christmas Tree Lightings

Kiwanian Dr. Tammy Kaminski stuffs a few thousand dollars worth of food, clothing, toys, games, books and toiletries as much as she can possibly get into her SUV as she and fellow Kiwanian Jo-Ann Dixon prepares to travel to the Domestic Violence Center to bring a little joy to the kids and moms who are living there this holiday season. Kiwanian Mike Dixon also helped load the vehicle for its trip to make it's delivery.

15th Annual Kiwanis Free Holiday Childcare

On December 11th the West Caldwell Presbyterian Church was abuzz with Kiwanians, Key Clubbers and children from 3-9 years old having a great time making holiday decorations, spin art, playing games and working on jigzaw puzzles.

Key Club members from both James Caldwell High School and Mt. St. Dominic Academy guided the children through creation of unique decorations for their homes, played games with the little ones and made sure everyone had fun.

But the highlight of the day was when Santa Clause arrived with candy canes for everyone.
Kiwanians who participated were: Ann Calvin, Diane Lilli, Andrew Segal, Rob Linnett, Jr., Pat Collura, Michael and Jo-Ann Dixon.