“We not only get out there and do service ourselves, but we also teach children to do service,” says Millie Hughes, President of the Kiwanis Club of Lima. “That is what are service leadership clubs do. We have them in all of the Lima City Schools, we have a Circle K at OSU, we have an AKTION club for adults with disabilities. We are serving ourselves, but we want it to go forward, so there will be another hundred years of service.”
Also Saturday, The Ohio District Kiwanis Foundation presented a $3,500 grant to the lima club for a project they are helping out with at the Rally Point Youth Center to help fence in a green space at the center and buy equipment for it.