Elgin Golden K Kiwanis take a field trip to Lake Geneva
About 50 members of the Elgin Golden K Kiwanis recently enjoyed a late July Lake Geneva cruise.
Club members met at Pier 290 in Williams Bay, Geneva Lake, Wisconsin. Club President Lyle Wolff planned and arranged this exciting outing.
Wolff is an engineer on the steamboat Louise, which is part of the fleet of Lake Geneva Cruise Line. The club wishes to thank Wolff for making this possible.
Pier 290 furnished a great luncheon for the Golden K Kiwanis.
The Elgin Golden K Kiwanis, founded in 1975, is part of Kiwanis International, a global organization of members dedicated to serving the children of the world.
Join the club for a free half doughnut any Wednesday at 9 a.m. in Lind Hall in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 357 Division St. in downtown Elgin.
For information, visit www.elgingoldenk.org.
Kiwanis and its family of clubs, including the Elgin Golden K Kiwanis Club, is 600,000 members strong, annually raising more than $100 million and dedicating more than 18 million volunteer hours worldwide to strengthen communities and serve children. The club's first meeting was held in November of 1975. Learn more about the projects at www.elgingoldenk.org.
The Elgin Golden K Kiwanis Club has one major fundraiser each year. The bulk of the money collected to support the club and its many charitable causes comes from the club's annual "Peanut Days" campaign.
Among the organizations the club supports monetarily: Elgin Boys and Girls Clubs, Elgin YMCA, Scouts BSA, Girl Scouts, Elgin PADS, Kane County CASA, Elgin Township TRIAD, U-46 Foundation scholarship donation, ECC Foundation, Elgin Parks & Recreation Foundation, Community Crisis Center, All Peoples Interfaith Food Pantry, and Gail Borden Public Library Foundation.