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***  Belleville Kiwanis Events ***   NOTE: NEW ANNUAL CALENDAR in side menu 

  * SEPT 21 REGULAR MEETING    6:00pm Corner Café
                    What’s Happening at the Library? Library Director Bronna Lehmann *

  * SEPT 26 RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE 1:00 – 6:00pm St. Mary’s of Lourdes Church *


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Wade Moder, Executive Director
The Upper Sugar River Watershed Alliance has been very active in monitoring water quality, errosion control, and recreational activity of the Sugar River watershed, as shown in the purple area of the map.

DNR staff joined forces with volunteers from the Upper Sugar River Watershed Association to stock 400 plain pocketbook mussels, a native species, into the Sugar River. Each mussel was marked and measured, and volunteers will return each year to monitor their growth. The project was funded by DNR’s Citizen-based Monitoring Partnership Program. To learn more about native mussels and how to monitor them, visit http://wiatri.net/inventory/mussels/.

DNR photos: https://www.facebook.com/WIDNR/photos/pcb.1708804165850444/1708803239183870/?type=3&theater 

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Brian Brown, local dairy farmer describes  || Cory Brozyna, gave a report from the    
his efforts to control land errosion .       ||       Kiwanis District Convention.       


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2017 Bookworms

Kiwanis/Econo-misers Bookworms A New Year

The Belleville Kiwanis Club and Belleville Econo-misers will again bring a K4  reading program to community children through the coming school year. Since 2006 these community organizations have sponsored this program. Seven books are provided and read to young children to foster the adventure of reading. Club members read a book to the class each month. A book is then given to each child to take home for family reading time.

The books are purchased with donations from community supporters including  Belleville Chiropractic, Belleville Family Clinic, Belleville Laundromat, Belleville Veterinary, Bob Smith family, Brad & Andy Beale families, Cameo Rose B&B, Cate Machine , Charlie’s Bark Park, Christen Bros Service, Doug & JoAnn Hagen, Econo-misers, Express Fitness, Flesch Chiropractic, Francois Sales & Service, Hometown Pharmacy, J &M bar, Kiwanis Club, Mike O’Connor State Farm, Monona Bank, PTO, Prairieland Dairy, Shane Zick family, Smiles Dental, Sugar River Bank, Corner Café, U B &T Bank, William Fahey family.

Kiwanis and Econo-misers thank these supporters and the school teaching staff who select books and coordinate reading sessions.



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The current online issue of the Kiwanis District "Kiwanews" now will be available through our Web site. Click the new link "Kiwanis District Online Kiwanews" to connect to this issue. You can also connect to previous issues.

 

 


 

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