Kiwanis President Marie Jackson presented Mt. Si Senior Center Executive Director Susan Kingsbury-Comeau with a $500 check, the first award in the Kiwanis’ new community service grant program, Thursday, Feb. 15. (Courtesy Photo)

Kiwanis President Marie Jackson presented Mt. Si Senior Center Executive Director Susan Kingsbury-Comeau with a $500 check, the first award in the Kiwanis’ new community service grant program, Thursday, Feb. 15. (Courtesy Photo)

Kiwanis awards $500 to Mt. Si Senior Center in first community service grant

  • Thursday, February 15, 2018 12:43pm
  • Life

Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis has launched a new community service grant program for the year, to support local organizations in the Valley. The first recipient of the $500 grant was the Mt. Si Senior Center, which received the funding Thursday, Feb. 15.

Grants will be awarded approximately each month for the year, in the amount of 2018. Recipients will be chosen by the Kiwanis leadership; there is no application process.

The club meets every Thursday at the Mount Si Golf Course restaurant. Learn more at http://snoqualmievalleykiwanis.weebly.com.

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