A BOOK DRIVE to benefit Hailey Head Start and 3 to 5 year old children in our community took place March 27 through April 7.
Kiwanis of Hailey Idaho, Rotary Club of Hailey, Friends of the Hailey Public Library Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Company of Fools and CSI Head Start/Early Head Start Hailey Campus are volunteering together as a special international service event during the International Week of Service, March 25-31.
This service event allows men and women to learn more about the work of Rotary Club of Hailey, Kiwanis of Hailey and CSI Head Start Hailey and how to get involved in their community.
Collection Boxes were decorated by Head Start students. “In such a well animated world, kids need to see and hold books so that they can develop all of the senses that contribute to a well-rounded ability to communicate,” said Head Start’s Jennifer Peterson. “There are so many vivid stories to be shared, with compelling graphic art, and poignant connections to be made. We are competing with Pixar for kids’ attention. Having an engaging book in the hands of an animated teacher brings them around. It sparks imaginations and expands avenues to learning about the world.”
We believe it is so very important to the academic success of our youngest citizens” said Geegee Lowe, Kiwanis of Hailey and the Wood River Valley.
Send your donation to Kiwanis Club of Hailey and the Wood River Valley, PO Box 901, Hailey ID 83333 or simply stop by Mountain West Bank in Hailey and make a donation directly to our account.
To speak with a member of our club, please contact us here. Thank you for your willingness to partner with us in supporting healthy, outdoor recreation among kids in our area!
Bob Wiederrick of Wiederrick’s Custom Metalworks
orchestrates an amazing recycling effort to benefit Kiwanis of Hailey and the HaileyParks. Bob recycles Aluminum Cans. Your can donation will help support new playground equipment in Hailey thru Kiwanis Club. Drop donations off at Bobs Shop located at 4051 Glenbrook Drive in Woodside Industrial Park or call Bob at 788-0018 to arrange pick-up. Over $7,000 donated so far.