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Lifting Up Summer Camp - 07/29/2015
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Lifting Up in conjunction with the Kiwanis Club of Millbury runs a summer day camp for children ages 3 -13. The camp is situated in Wolcott and operates for 5 weeks. Aside from breakfast and lunch, transportation is also included in the package. 


Kids will truly enjoy the various activities because of the renovated indoor area, beach and covered outdoor areas with tables, swings, slides and more. Activities during the day camp includes swimming, trips, games and parties. There is also a special program at the end of the event.


Dates & Times For Summer Camp 2015

  • Camp will start on August 8, 2015 and run through August 12, 2015
  • Drop off is at 7:30 am and pick up time is 3:00pm at the...

Kiwanis Youth Exchange Program - 07/28/2015
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Kiwanis International has a new exchange program called K Corps for Kiwanis teenagers (15-18). The program is in cooperation with PAX Laurasian Exchange. It is a 2 week program wherein the youth will be able to develop various skills like global relations, efficiency and many more.

All participants will be able to get to know the culture of the host country by living with the families of the volunteers. It is what is called homestay experience. There will also be diffent projects that will involve everyone's participation and cooperation. You can get more information through kiwanis.org/kcorps.


National Book Lovers Day 2015 - 07/27/2015
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“Books are a uniquely portable magic,” said The New York Times best-selling author Stephen King. And if there’s a time to get lost, it’s on National Book Lovers Day.

Today, bookworms are invited to read away as much of the day as they possibly can. The New York Public Library even has a cool campaign, from now until August 15, that exposes some of the best-kept places to read by using their hashtag #ireadeverywhere. 

But books aren’t just exciting to get into. They boast some health benefits, too.

Literary Fiction Improves Theory Of Mind

A study published in the journal Science recruited 800 people to read excerpts from either literary fiction (The Roundhouse...