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Thanks to our 2020 Sponsors
Team Surlis Re/Max
424 Wine and Spirits
CamPower For All/Carol Diamond
Edward Jones Financial Advisors
Rich Reilly Insurance Agency
Williams Financial Services
Solstice Kitchen & Bath
Ed Reilly, State Senator
Joyce & John Maloney
Al & Jackie Tucker
Carol and Joe Narcavage
Kumon of Crofton
Regan, Grace & Kerley, LLC
Bay Area Chiropractic & Wellness Group, PC
Crofton Country Club
Family Bike Shop
Thomas R. Callahan, Attorney
Michael Malone, Attorney/Delegate
8 Days a Week Business Solutions
Nancy & Reggie Haseltine
Crofton Kiwanis, Crofton Rotary, and the Arundel Volunteer Fire Department (AVFD) are joining together to organize a special recognition of veterans and first responders from November 7 to 21, 2020. The Flags for Heroes program has become a Crofton tradition and everyone loves seeing the flags out on Route 3 at Lake Louise.
Proceeds from this event will go towards the AVFD. The flags will also be displayed around Memorial Day 2021. By sponsoring a flag, you can show both your patriotism and support for the Crofton community and the AVFD. There is an option to add a tag to the flag pole specifying the name of a veteran or first responder you want to honor. It costs just $50 to sponsor a flag and, optionally, $5.95 extra to add a placard with the name of your honoree.
To sponsor a flag online via credit card, go to
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/crofton-flags-for-heroes-2020-2021-tickets-117867150821. If you want to save on processing fees and prefer to pay by check, write to CroftonFlags@gmail.com and we’ll send you a PDF sponsorship form.
Don’t delay; orders must be completed by October 24!
Crofton Kiwanis Club
A Service Club in Crofton, Maryland
The Kiwanis Club and Foundation of Crofton, Maryland serves the Greater Crofton area, focusing on the needs of children and families, community involvement and enrichment, and service to the citizens. Examples of our activities include the Annual Crofton Halloween Parade, the Annual 10K and 5K Races, "Rebuilding Together", Salvation Army bell ringing, and blood drives. Our charitable activities include service to the aged at the Crofton Care and Rehab Center, Sarah's House, the Crofton Christian Caring Council, and assistance to Wounded Veterans. We also fund other charitable causes on an ad hoc basis.
Contact Membership Chair Russ Shipley at (410) 721-1195 or to find out more about Kiwanis or to inquire about joining.
Sept. 17-Oct. 10 - Virtual 10K/5K Race
Sept. 30 - Zoom Installation Night meeting, 7:00 p.m.
Oct. 7 - Zoom Board Meeting, 7:00 p.m.
Oct. 7 - Chili Cookoff at Farmer's Market, Seton Parish parking lot, 4:30-7:00 p.m.
Oct. 10 - Your Virtual 10K or 5K Race must be completed by midnight
Oct. 12 - Sarah's House meals delivered
Oct. 14 - Zoom General Meeting, 7:00 p.m.
Oct. 17 - Pet Fair and Dog Show, Village Green, 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Oct. 21 - Outdoor gathering of Club members, weather permitting, Swann Park, 5:00 p.m.
Oct. 22 - Last day to purchase apples for fundraiser
Oct. 24 - Apples pickup, Crofton Library, 10:00 am.-Noon
Oct. 25-31 - Halloween Costume Contest
Crofton Kiwanis members and other community residents helped set up
Flags for Heroes for Memorial Day weekend.
From left to right: Ed Reilly, Jackie Tucker, Russ Shipley, Mike Kane, Margaret Kane, John Hill, John Maloney Maloney, Moi (perched on the ladder behind this crew), Al Tucker, Joe and Carol Narcavage, Dennis Clark and Joyce Maloney.
Recent home project sponsored by the
Crofton Kiwanis Club
Front: Jerry Esterheld and his grandson
Back: Mike Pierre, Dennis Clark, Kim Kavanaugh, Bill Hand, and Nancy Scaggs
The Kiwanis Club of Crofton has four families, inclusive of 16 children, that are part of the Adopt-a-Family program, led by Sharon Shipley. These families were provided with food (turkey and all the fixings) for Thanksgiving. In December, the families will receive an additional food package, plus a gift card to a local grocery store to purchase meat for their holiday meal. The parents also receive $60 gift cards for each child to be used to purchase Christmas gifts. The Kiwanis Club of Crofton has supported this project for over 20 years.
We were in the paper! And thanks to you all, we raised a bunch of money!!
Crofton Kiwanis Foundation Awards $6,000 in College Scholarships
(Left to right): Senior class recipients of Crofton Kiwanis Foundation $1,000 College Scholarships presented on May 8 are: Lauryn Carlton, Meade H.S.; Madeline Evans, Indian Creek School; Conor McCarty, Spalding H.S., Jair Pearsall, Meade H.S., Irene Souranis, Spalding H.S.,; and Samantha Wiegand, Spalding H.S.
Teen of the Year Jasryia Cunningham of Meade H.S. receives her Crofton Kiwanis Foundation award with a $250 check from Crofton Kiwanis Service Leadership Program Chair Bill Hand on May 8.
Kiwanians help with setting up flags for Flags for Heroes.
Flags will be up by Crofton's Lake Louise for 2 weeks.
Honoring Active Service Members, Veterans and First Responders:
George Beam Sr.,
Chumley and Stevenson men,
David Espie Jr.,
John Newport Greene III,
Peter Gross Jr.,
Arlo "Pete" Pedersen,
Robert Reilly Jr.,
John Walker, and