Caroline Hylton, eighth grade student at Sacred Heart Catholic School, has been named Danville Kiwanis Student of the Month for November. Hylton is the daughter of Elizabeth and Coleman Hylton. She is on the honor roll, in the Art Club, Science Fair winner in the seventh grade and recipient of the Michael Mallare Scholarship. She is interested in attending the College of William and Mary and pursue a career in the medical field. Pictured with Hylton is Kiwanian Tommy Dodson.
Corporal Syliva Brooks with the Danville Police Department presented a program about the Harry Johnson Holiday Classic. The Holiday Classic is a revival of the long time Register and Bee Basketball Tournament and is named after retired GWHS Coach Harry Johnson, a long time Kiwanian. There will be 8 schools participating during the 3 day tournament December 26-28 at George Washington High School.
On October 17, 2019 Emily Ragsdale, Danville Parks and Recreation Facilities and Services Planner, updated us on the proposed plans for the the plans for the New Riverfront Park which is adjacent to Martin Luther King, Jr. Bridge and Main Street Plaza. The park will have something for all ages. Learn more at www.danvilleriverfront.com
On October 3, 2019 we kicked off our 99th year! We had the privilege of Hiawatha Nicely, Lieutenant Governor, joining us and inducting our new officers. We also presented our perfect attendance pins and passed the gavel through our Past Presidents hands to the new President, John Mason.
Three of our members have been a Kiwanian for over 50 years; Bert Osborne, Harry Kolendrianos, and E. Budge Kent, Jr.. We will be interviewing them later this year to learn more about them and why they love Kiwanis.
Last Updated: August 19, 2021 by jarca
Speaker for November 22
Luke Young, VP and Trust Officer American National Bank and Trust, spoke to the Danville Kiwanis Club at a recent meeting. Young explained there is empirical evidence that giving noncash assets is a win-win for both donor and the charity.