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LH Kiwanians plan fundraisers

LOCK HAVEN — The Lock Haven Kiwanis Club will hold its spring spaghetti dinner April 18.

Another club fundraiser coming soon is the blueberries sale.

The club recently donated $300 to the Lock Haven YMCA Backpack Program which provides food for the weekend for less fortunate students, $200 to Camp Cadet, and $50 to Clinton County Conservation District camps.

The club meets at noon Thursdays at the Elks lodge.

Tomorrow, the Kiwanians will host Clinton County Planning Director Katie de Silva as the speaker. She will talk about bicycle and pedestrian development in the county.

At the April 26 meeting, Steve Sachetti will give the talk “The Perfect Bicycle (for You).”

Fran Decker spoke on early Alzheimer’s disease last week.

Jim Smalley is this month’s program chair.

‘How Does Your Garden Grow?’ luncheon offered

FLEMINGTON — The Lock Haven Christian Women’s Club invites area women to a luncheon Wednesday, April 25 at 11:50 a.m. at Flemington First Church of Christ, 714 Fairpoint Road, Mill Hall.

The theme is “How Does Your Garden Grow?” Master Gardener Kathy Gillen will give a talk exploring the benefits of composting, and the Lock Haven Christian Women’s Club Ensemble will present music.

The featured speaker is Ginny Merritt from Clyde, N.Y. She says she is a former “hippie” who shares her story of growing up in the ’60s and finding freedom in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

The cost is $15 per person which includes lunch. The club calls its luncheons “a perfectly designed time to meet new friends and catch up with old ones.”

This location has plenty of parking and allows for on-site child care for young mothers. Nursery reservations must be made at the time of luncheon reservations. Mothers are asked to bring a lunch or snack for the child.

Reservations must be made by April 18 by calling Nancy at 570-726-4305 or emailing lockhavencwc@aol.com. All reservations must be honored.

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