Our Kiwanis club sponsored a fundraiser in conjunctions with the Nashville Predators to benefit Candle Wishes. Proceeds from ticket sales and a silent auction raised around $2300 for the Rutherford County-based charity.
At yesterday’s meeting, Blackman Builders Club members prepared for the blood drive which they are helping with Monday at their school. The kids also wrote Christmas cards to wounded soldiers and enjoyed some holiday snacks! It was also “Hat Day”, which was a school-wide fundraiser the club did to raise money for Heavenly Hats.
Saturday, Dec. 5 the Kiwanis Family sponsored the Candle Wishes Dec./Jan. birthday party. With close to 400 guests, 60 volunteers a choir of 30 and their parents, the event went off like clockwork! Thanks so much to everyone who make the event run so smoothly! Enjoy the photos album!
Members of our club joined members from the Oakland Key Club, Blackman Builders Club and parents to help plant trees along the Greenway Saturday in the area cleared earlier this year by devastating tornados. Read the rest of this entry »
Blackman Middle School Builders Clubbers will be hosting a can food drive and selling “turkey feathers” next week. The kids will be selling paper feathers during their lunch period to benefit the local food bank. The feathers will be posted outside teachers classrooms. The teacher with the most feathers will in turn have to dress up like a turkey at the school’s pep rally. The kids also made Christmas cards for a terminally ill child and signed up to bring in gifts for the Dec. 5 Candle Wishes party.
At their most recent meeting, the Blackman Middle School Builders Club received membership cards, certificates and pins. The students also worked on a Thanksgiving fundraising project. The club will be selling “turkey feathers” to students at the school. The students who buy the feathers can put them on any staff members “turkey” outside of their classroom. The teacher with the most feathers will have to dress up like a turkey before Thanksgiving break! The money raised will benefit the local food bank. Read the rest of this entry »
The MTSU Circle K, with the help of the LaVergne Key Club and St. Edward Builders Club, put on an awesome party for more than 60 birthday children and their families tonight at Belle Aire Baptist Church. Jerod from Circle K was a crowd favorite by making home made “Goo” for the kids! Sophie, Russ, Rachel and Catherine represented the Builders Club by running the games, while the Key Clubbers did a great job serving all of the guests! Enjoy the photos!