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Jun
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The Hartland Chamber of Commerce congratulates our “Business of the Week”

Greater Hartland Area Kiwanis Club
www.kiwanisofhartland.com

Pictured, (l-r), are the Club’s Officers: Nina Gaydos-Fedak, President-Elect; Pete Roidt, Secretary; David Cox, President; Suzanne Thomas, Treasurer.

Members of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Hartland have a desire to give back to their community in support of the global mission to change the world one child and one community at a time. Members of the Kiwanis Club of Hartland contribute their time to community service, establishing community relationships, enjoying fellowship, increasing membership, raising funds for projects, and organizing events and activities with an overall goal to build a stronger community, foster citizenship and serve youth, elderly, and the disadvantaged.

Through various fundraising events, the club is able to direct resources to community activities that enrich children’s lives and to support local organizations that assist fellow community members. The Hartland Kiwanis Club extends to hundreds of area students by sponsoring a Key Club at Arrowhead High School and, soon, a Key Club at Lake Country Lutheran High School. We are proud to support these fine young women and men who give of themselves by providing their support charitable organizations within the Hartland area.

The Club currently meets on the first and third Thursdays for a 7:00am breakfast at the Hartland Municipal Building in the Village Board Room. We always welcome new members!

The Greater Hartland Area Kiwanis Club has been a member of the Chamber for 19 years.

The Chamber highlights deserving members to thank them for their membership and commitment to the Hartland community. Businesses also receive a gift certificate from the Hartland Chamber and are asked to participate in the “Pay It Forward” program by passing it along to one of their deserving clients, vendors or employees.

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