Town of Webb School seniors Samantha Notley and William Johnson have been selected as 2014 Students of the Year through a partnership between the Kiwanis Club of the Central Adirondacks and The Town of Webb Police Benevolent Association (PBA).
Samantha was selected as the Kiwanis Student of the Month for January 2014 and William was Student of the Month for November 2013.
Samantha, the daughter of Mike Notley and Wanda Notley of Old Forge, was named Student of the Year by the Kiwanis Club. Continue reading
The 14th Annual Kiwanis and Key Club Free Car Wash will be held Saturday, May 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Calypso’s Cove parking lot in Old Forge.
This is the annual event that provides funds for the administration and operations of all the many Kiwanis children’s activities that take place during the year. Continue reading
The Kiwanis Club of the Central Adirondacks held its election of officers at its annual meeting held on Thursday, May 1st.
Co-Chair Ray Schoeberlein (from left), October Student of the Month Camry Liddle and Co-chair Carmen Mastroianni. Courtesy photo
Elected to serve for the program year beginning October 1, 2014 were: President – Mike Griffin, Treasurer – Jane Slack, and Secretary – Linda Bamberger. Elected as Directors were Dick Olson, Dee Kraft, Tom Smedley, Ray Schoeberlein, Bill Baumann and Past President Jim Connerty. Continue reading
Central Adirondack Kiwanis Past President and Central Division Lt. Governor Carolyn Trimbach recently announced that Central Adirondack Kiwanis has earned Distinguished Club Status for the Program year 2012 to 2013, as designated by Kiwanis International.
Left to right: Distinguished Vice President Mike Griffin; Central Division Lt. Governor Carolyn Trimbach and Distinguished Secretary Bill Baumann. Courtesy photo
At a Club Recognition Event held Monday, April 28 at North Woods Inn, the Award was presented to Michael Griffin who was Central Adirondack Club Vice President and acting President for most of the year. Continue reading
The Kiwanis Club of the Central Adirondacks and Town of Webb School Key Club will bring Karvell the Magician to the Town of Webb School on Wednesday, May 7 to present an anti-drug program, There is No Magic in Drugs.
Karvell will mix magic and illusions while delivering his anti-drug message to fourth, fifth and sixth grade students. Continue reading
As another sign of spring’s emergence, the benches along Main Street in Old Forge have been refurbished by Kiwanis Club of the Central Adirondacks members and the Town of Webb School Key Club.
Key Club and Kiwanis Members sand and paint slats for Main St. Benches. Front Row: Left to Right. – Sam Notley, Ryan Johnston, David Ehrensbeck, Diane Amos. Middle Row: Left to Right – Dick Olson, Will Johnson, Shelby Egnaczyk. Back Row: Left to Right – Tom Smedley and Chris Kraft. Courtesy photo
Under the direction of Key Club Advisor Diane Amos, the benches were sanded and painted in preparation for assembly.
They will be placed along Main Street prior to Memorial Day to offer visitors an opportunity to sit and rest.
Tom Smedley and Chris Kraft, co-chairs of the Main Street Bench Project, thanked the Key Club members for their work, ACE Hardware of Old Forge for donating the stain, and Tony Harper’s for the pizza lunch. Continue reading
The Kiwanis Club of the Central Adirondacks has announced that its Student of the Month for April is Tecwyn Williams. Tecwyn is the son of James and Lisa Williams of Old Forge and is a senior at Town of Webb Union Free School.
The Student of the Month is a program initiated by the Kiwanis Club, in cooperation with the Town of Webb School, that recognizes senior students.
Each month from September to April the school administrators select a Student of the Month who will receive $50 and with his/her parents are invited to a Kiwanis Recognition Event to make a brief presentation. Continue reading