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Making an Impact
Kiwanis Club of Lubbock is an active civic organization participating in a number of projects to benefit members of our local community as well as the larger national and world community. Most of our efforts focus on supporting programs dedicated to serving children. Our most well-known effort is the American Flag program. Kiwanis members volunteer their time placing flags throughout Lubbock at homes and business to commemorate five national holidays. Funds raised from this program are used to provide financial support to a number of charities and service organizations in our community. Additional projects are scheduled through the remainder of the year and provide great opportunities for Kiwanis members to be actively involved. The following projects are scheduled for the club year November ’22 through September ’23:
Angel Tree-Salvation Army
Members selected angels and purchased Christmas gifts
Red Kettle Campaign-Salvation Army
Members “rang the bell” collecting donations for the Salvation Army at J.C. Penney store
Craft & Board Game Supply Drive - Boys & Girls Club
Members purchased crafting supplies, table tennis and billiard supplies, as well as numerous board games for the children who participate at the Ted Phea Boy’s & Girl’s Club after school program
Book Drive -TTUHSC Speech, Hearing & Language Clinic
Members donated approximately 100 children’s books to be used in speech therapy as well as to promote reading at home.
Dinner Servers & Table Hosts - Lubbock Impact
Members assisted with serving the Wednesday night dinner as well as visiting with guests during the meal.
Adopt-a-Highway - Texas Dept. of Transportation
Members dedicated a Saturday morning to picking up litter and trash along Regis Avenue (between) I-27 and MLK Boulevard
Kiwanis International Day of Giving - Kiwanis International
Members made individual donations to the Kiwanis Fund in support of the international outreach activities of Kiwanis International
Flag Work Day - Kiwanis Club of Lubbock
Members gathered at Caprock Home Health Care property to repair or replace American Flags on over 800 flagpoles in preparation for the 2023 American Flag
Program (our signature Kiwanis Club of Lubbock project). A pizza party followed!
Dinner Host/Guest Chef-Ronald McDonald House
Several members provided food and prepared a delicious meal of baked ham, mashed potatoes, green beans, salad and cake for the guests of RMHC on May 4, 2023.
Cookout- Children’s Home of Lubbock
Art Supply Drive - High Point Village
Members donated paint brushes, paint canvases and modeling clay to be used by villagers in their art classes and art therapy.
Cookout - Texas Girls & Boys Ranch
Eliminate Project - Kiwanis International
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