Thanks to Kiwanians for reading to kids online.
Kensington books have been delivered.
Now in it’s fourth year the Literacy Project has distributed more than 7-thousand books to Georgetown county elementary schools and a half dozen non-profits that promote and teach early readers.
Delivering more than 450 books to Sampit second and third graders.
Melissa Chastain from Plantersville Elementary picks 300 books for K-3rd grade.
Books for Pleasant Hill elementary and Reading Specialist Nancy Coker.
The Pawleys Island Kiwanis club is part of the Carolinas District and Kiwanis International. Out motto is “we are a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time”.
PIK meets Thursday mornings at 7:45 at Eggs Grill in Litchfield. This is a breakfast meeting which includes business and a guest speaker.
Anyone interested in membership may attend any meeting, breakfast is on us, and find out what we are all about.
Dues are $240 annually and does not include the cost of breakfast.
Contact us for more information at email@example.com. Check out our Facebook page at
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