Monthly Archives: June 2011

Club purchases former Shrine Club hall

The building will give the Kiwanis Club an opportunity to hold fund raisers, dinners, banquets and meetings. It also will house the backpack program that now feeds 1,000 Lee County School District children during the school year. With the ample storage space and walk- in freezer, it will provide the Kiwanis Club with more room to expand the backpack program even further. In addition to the Kiwanis Club functions, the hall also will be used as a tool to collaborate with neighboring organizations of Cape Coral. “In this economy it’s about collaboration,” he said about nonprofit organizations joining forces.
The property also provides the Kiwanis Club with the opportunity to expand if they need to in the future as there is property space to the rear of the building. Continue reading

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Cape High’s Key Club looking for new members


“We not only want new members, but want these members to realize the true importance of helping out our community,” Fox said. “The passion and love that develops from volunteering will shine through our club and change the lives of people around us from unwavering service.” Continue reading

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Volunteers needed to plant 1,000 trees in Cape Coral


Written by Kiwanis and Rotary are requesting volunteers this Saturday, June 4, to help plant 1,000 trees in Cape Coral, at the corner of Chiquita Boulevard and Veterans Parkway. The project marks the first for Kiwanis’ new Environmental Committee. … Continue reading

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