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Golden K support youth


Thursday, July 11, 2019

The Kiwanis Club of Golden K Greenville has completed this year’s Support of our Youth in the Pitt County Schools through distributing over 1,800 books to first-graders. This program started some 10 years ago and continues to grow.

Thanks to the Community Foundation of NC East Inc. for its support, along with the Kiwanis Club of Golden K Greenville Foundation, we bring these books to each school and present them directly to the children.

We also had the honor of presenting bikes to the Terrific Kids at South Greenville Elementary, Eastern Elementary and Elmhurst Elementary schools. These young people were selected based upon their positive behavior, academic skills and being good people.

The Kiwanis believe in serving the children of the world, starting in our community. Please join with us in supporting out youth and our public schools.

Neil Dorsey



Humans of Greenville


Local photographer Joe Pellegrino explores Greenville to create a photographic census of its people.


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