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Mountain Home Kiwanis Club donates $1,000, holds raffle for LT Thrift Store

Courtesy of the Mountain Home Kiwanis Club

The Mountain Home Kiwanis Club members recently presented a check for $1,000 to the LT Thrift Store, a resource center at Mountain Home High School Career Academies, which provides items for students in need. Students4Students is a student-led nonprofit organization located at the high school that focuses on providing essential products to kids in need.

The store accepts money and donations to give students in need clothes, hygiene products, school supplies, prom assistance, and more. For more information, visit their Facebook page or call (870) 425-1224. Donations are accepted at the front office of MHHS. 

To continue helping local children, the Kiwanis Club is holding it’s first “Help our Kid’s” fundraiser by raffling off a new kayak.

Participants will be put into a drawing to win a Lifetime Tamarach Pro 103 ten-foot kayak. Tickets are $10.00 each or three for $25.00. 

The drawing will be held Wednesday, May 25th, just in time for the Memorial Day weekend. Proceeds will again go to the LT Thrift Store. 

To purchase tickets, call or text club secretary Lisa Lee Sutterfield at (870) 421-8024 or speak with any Kiwanis Club member. 

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world, one child and one community at a time. The Club meets at noon on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at the Elks Lodge, located at 101 Elk Way in Mountain Home. Anyone interested in helping children across the Twin Lakes Area is encouraged to attend. 

Pictured from left to right is School Guidance Counselor Stephanie Caraway, Kiwanis Club Treasurer Allison Parks, Kiwanis club past President Tina Gregory, Kiwanis Club member Ashlee Smith, student assistants- Angel Poland, Eliana Maciel, and Ma’ukakala Anitoni, Kiwanis Club President Erric Totty, and Kiwanis Club Secretary Lisa Sutterfield.

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