Kiwanis Club gives back to community

The Kiwanis Club of Dawson Creek gathered with representation from community organizations at the KPAC, to hand out for grants and awards totalling over $20,000.

Community leaders left to right in the photo are Gordon Moffatt – Kiwanis, Kim Hughes-Brinsky, Child Development Centre, Jessica Sheldon – Kiwanis Youth Band, Heidy Kux-Kardos Kiwanis band members,  Johanna Martens, Kiwanis, KPAC ED, more, Rupert Kirk, St. Marks ecumenical Food Bank, Gloria Cleve with Kiwanis Early Learning, Sam Johnson at the Ark, Brad Booker, South Peace Secondary vice principal, Major Nelson Fillier with the Salvation Army, and Kiwanian Don Readman.

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(Photo was taken prior to social distancing rules put in place)

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