Other Projects and Community Service

  • Amtryke? What it is and Why its not just a bike
    An Amtryke is a therapeutic tricycle that is modified to meet the particular needs of handicapped children and adults and as the child grows, the Amtryke can be modified. Amtryke makes foot trykes, hand trykes, and hand & foot trykes in a wide range of sizes. Nearly every rider can be successful, no matter their diagnosis, because Amtrykes are highly adjustable trykes and have a huge range of adaptive accessories.
  • BRING A RAKE
    Many organizations have picked up this important volunteer opportunity, to rake leaves for the elderly. Kiwanis lends a helping hand with North Ridgeville’s seniors every season to help clean up leaves from yards and gutters. It really brings smiles to everyone, the seniors really appreciate it and the Key Club kids enjoy working and playing at the same time.
  • COMMUNITY CARE SERVICE CHALLENGE
    A challenge against of great service clubs in North Ridgeville, the goal was to attain the most essential items by the end of the month.
  • ANNUAL PICNIC WITH SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
    Not only did June bring back the annual North Ridgeville Kiwanis picnic at South Central Park, but it also allowed the Club to recognize those awarded a scholarship by the Club. Two $500 scholarships were awarded. We wish… Read More
  • PEDI-MATE PROJECT
    The N. Ridgeville Fire Department demonstrated the use of one of the four Pedi-mate units that the N. Ridgeville Kiwanis Club donated to the E.M.S. units. Pedi-mates secure infants and toddlers up to 40 pounds to the stretchers.
  • OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD
    Kiwanis teamed up with the Thrivent to donate boxes filled with items that kids need called Operation Christmas Child.
  • BUG PROGRAM
    The BUG (Bring Up Grades) program works alongside North Ridgeville Middle School to work toward keeping the students grades up, rewarding them if they achieve their goal.
  • HEALTHY SNACK BAGS
    Our club makes healthy snack bags once a month at our noon meeting and donates them to North Ridgeville Community Care.  We have been doing 150 per month and have received grants from the Thrivent Financial to help… Read More
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