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Governors-elect help children read, learn the Kiwanis way

Steven Hadt | Nov 08, 2018

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Children from across Indiana will appreciate books left for them by the 2018-19 Kiwanis governors-elect. The Kiwanis leaders spent part of the 2018 Kiwanis Governors-elect Education Conference wrapping hundreds of books to be given to hospitalized children on their birthdays at an Indianapolis children’s hospital.  

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“Reading lets kids experience new places. It gives them the opportunity to dream,” said 2018-19 Kiwanis International President-elect Daniel Vigneron (above). “This class of governors is leading by example and focusing on serving children.”

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The leaders are at the Kiwanis International office in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, to immerse themselves in Kiwanis education and organizational culture for several days of intensive learning. The governors-elect, who will serve during the 2019-20 administrative year, are learning how to lead their districts effectively and efficiently, helping clubs serve the children of the world. 

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The men and women brought the books from their hometowns. Additional books were provided by Kiwanis Partner Scholastic.

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