The Kiwanis Club of Conshohocken recently celebrated its fifth anniversary with a celebration at Jillian’s Café at Conshohocken United Methodist Church.
Jen Vare, the club’s current president, presided over the affair and described how the club has grown and integrated itself into the community. The club has supported Tooth Buddies, a program at local schools; the Colonial Neighborhood Council; the Easter Egg Hunt; and Scarecrow Contest. In addition, the club awards scholarships to graduating seniors of local high schools.
This year’s scholarship recipients were recognized during the club’s celebration:
- Aiden Abiuso from Archbishop Carroll High School will be attending Drexel University (center)
- Jessica Cabibo from Plymouth Whitemarsh High School will be attending Millersville University (left)
- Caroline Melillo from Plymouth Whitemarsh High School will be attending Moravian University (right)
Each student was awarded $1,000 to help defray their first year’s college tuition.
The club meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month at Guppy’s Good Times at 6:00 p.m. If you’d like to find out more about the club or have any interest in joining, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, and President Jen Vare will respond.
Header Photo – Plymouth Whitemarsh High School’s Odyssey of the Mind Team with Jen Vare and Les Gibbs