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One flocking just leads to another, and sometimes boomerangs right back! So much fun for a good cause!
Post Falls City Councilman Kerri Thoreson awoke this morning to a gorgeous pink flock fresh in for the April Fool’s Day kick off of the Post Falls Kiwanis’ annual April fundraiser.
For $20 – $50, you can flock the friend or family member of your choice. All proceeds go to help fun children’s projects in our community. Last year, The Post Falls Kiwanis Club raised $1500 that was used to purchase gloves for the elementary school kids in Post Falls School District 273. The gloves are distributed between the schools to teachers who identify the kids that need them.
To join in the fun and flock someone, forms are available here for downloading, at Community First Bank in Post Falls, or you can contact Ali Shute at 208-773-1725.
It was another great bowling event for the Kiwanis Club, with 9 teams participating. We netted about $1300! And more importantly, fun was had by all!
On Saturday, June 7 the Kiwanians were at it again at the Treaty Rock Park in Post Falls. The tasks were to clean up the picnic area, pick up the trash, and install more of the split rail fencing in the parking lot.
The job, of course, couldn’t be completed without the arrival of donuts by Elwin Shutts!
After receiving several donations of plants, some annual and some perennial, we were able to give the kids a little head start on the bounty they will surely be reaping later this summer. After adding a nice border to define the two beds, we put in tomatoes, raspberries, peppers, a tomatilla, sweet onions, cucumbers, lettuce, and spinach.
The kids will be also be growing and adding to the garden: squash, kale, radishes, and strawberries.