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Benjamin Eichler
December 10, 2011
It's a wonderful charity for kids!
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Play some cards and support a great cause!

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Williamston Chamber service group of the year

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Gaga pit construction at Williamston Middle School

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Please join us as we say goodbye to our friend

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It is with great sadness that we honor the passing of our past member Russ Stickle. He was a consummate volunteer and a past Citizen of the Year. He will be missed.

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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our past member, Roger Fortin. We miss him already.

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We would like to remind all, that the Kiwanis Club of Williamston is a charity serving the children of the world and our community. We are looking for women and men of all religions, ethnicities, and orientations to join us! Please reach out to us to learn more!

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Dictionaries were delivered to the 3rd Graders at Williamston Explorer Elementary today!

The Williamston Kiwanis Club has an exciting new fundraising project-Flags Over Williamston. The project, now well underway, invites Williamston businesses and individuals to display the United States Flag in front of their home or business on six important dates; all you need do is subscribe.
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Tomorrow evening, February 19, 2015, please join the Kiwanis and Rotary and other interested community members at 6:30pm in the banquet room at Spag’s to discuss fundraising efforts for repairing the playground in McCormick Park

January 8, 2015 By Mitch Lutzke | Mitchlutzke.com A long time Williamston service organization is celebrating its birthday this month. The Williamston Kiwanis Club recently turned 81 years of age. And if the efforts of their current membership have its way, another 91 are sure to follow.
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Premium Gourmet Nuts – Starting on November 1, the Kiwanis premium gourmet nuts will be for sale for $22/can. To order by phone, call 517-655-3562.

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During yesterday's National Night Out in Williamston, the community celebrated with a ribbon cutting of the new sand volleyball courts in McCormick Park. The sand volleyball courts are a gift to the City of Williamston from the Williamston Kiwanis Club.