The Winamac Kiwanis Club heard an update on Pulaski County's recycling program at its meeting Tuesday (March 12). Guest speakers were Pulaski County recycling department manager Ed Clark, and Carol Stradling, director of the Northwest Indiana Solid Waste District
Anyone interested in learning more about Kiwanis Club may contact president Judi Conn, or any club member.
Recent programs at the Winamac Kiwanis Club have included the following:
March 12: Winamac Kiwanis members heard a recycling update from Carol Stradling, Director of the Northwest Indiana Solid Waste District and Ed Clark Pulaski County recycling director.
March 5: Junior Achievement area coordinator Julia Dixon reviewed recent projects with the Winamac Kiwanis club. She is shown here with JA board members Brock Haselby (left) and Scott Roudebush (right), and member Harold Hopkins.
Feb. 19: The Kiwanis club learned about the origin of Land Grant colleges from Extension Director Natalie Federer Daily and new Agriculture Educator Chad Rushing. They're shown here with member Fred Zahrt (left).
Feb. 19: Pulaski Memorial Hospital CEO Tom Barry (left) was inducted into the Winamac Kiwanis Club. He is shown with his sponsor, Dave Bennett, and club president Judy Conn.
Feb. 5: Dan and Ginny Dolezal, David Bennett and Jim Conner shared about the Panhandle Pathway and Safe Routes to School projects.
Jan. 22: County Extension Director Natalie Daily Fedderer (shown with David Barr) spoke on historical clothing.