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W’Burg Kiwanis Club hears from B Squad Project, Save the Children

The Williamsburg Kiwanis Club heard from two groups dedicated to helping children recently during its regular monthly meeting. Save the Children Community Engagement Coordinator Tammy Meadors spoke about the kindergarten readiness program that Save the Children already offers at...
Posted On 11 Sep 2019

Mack cherishes her year as Miss NIBROC, competing in Miss Kentucky Pageant

When Makayla Mack and her friend, Anna Grace Zehr, were growing up, they always went to the Miss NIBROC Pageant. They used to dream about becoming Miss NIBROC, and when they were young they would put their little heals on, and parade around the Zehr’s pool deck pretending it was...
Posted On 21 Jun 2019

When it comes to prayer, sometimes ‘wait’ is one of the hardest answers to hear

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Posted On 08 May 2019

W’burg Kiwanis Club hosting Day of Prayer Breakfast Thursday, May 2

The Williamsburg Kiwanis Club will hold its 2019 National Day of Prayer Pancake Breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Thursday at the Williamsburg Tourism Center. Wolf Creek Baptist Church Pastor Kenneth Carr will be the featured speaker. Grace Christian Fellowship Church Pastor Gerald Mullins...
Posted On 01 May 2019

W’burg Kiwanis Club votes to purchase mommy-baby swing to help disabled children

Parents with small disabled children will soon have a swing at a local playground that they can use along with their child. During its regular monthly meeting April 11, the Williamsburg Kiwanis Club approved the $4,913.25 purchase and installation of a mommy-baby swing for the...
Posted On 30 Apr 2019

Fourteen percent of working age adults in Whitley County don’t have high school diploma or GED

Even with great strides made in recent years to keep kids from dropping out of school, about 14 percent of working age adults in Whitley County still don’t have a high school diploma or a GED. “We are here helping people get a second chance on what they missed out on in the first...

Author of book on Kentucky high school basketball addresses Williamsburg Kiwanis Club

Kentucky is only one of two states that award just one single championship in high school basketball. Delaware is the other. Lexington native Jarrett Van Meter, who is author of the book “How Sweet It Is,” which is about Kentucky High School basketball, has gone behind the scenes...
Posted On 25 Dec 2018

Tickets on sale now for Williamsburg Kiwanis Tour of Homes

Ever driven by a home in Williamsburg that has really nice Christmas decorations on the outside and wondered what the decorations must look on the inside? If so, you will have your chance to find out what the interiors of some of these homes look like later this month thanks to a...
Posted On 05 Dec 2018

Williamsburg Kiwanis Club donates to Impact Archery

Archery is a sport that doesn’t require any physical prowess in order to be successful, yet it does teach discipline, focus, work ethic and the drive to succeed. It gives students, who may not participate in other sports or activities, a chance to be part of a team. This was part...
Posted On 09 Nov 2018

Williamsburg Kiwanis Club to hold holiday homes tour

Think you are going to need a jumpstart to get in the Christmas spirit this year? Are you someone, who really enjoys looking at Christmas decorations? Want to help raise some money for a worthy cause? If any of the above is the case, then note that the Williamsburg Kiwanis Club...
Posted On 26 Sep 2018