Kiwanis’ Pins for Kids raises $7,000

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Posted 12/26/17

Twenty-two teams raised more than $7,000 in the annual Pins for Kids fundraiser, organized by the Arvada Jefferson Kiwanis Club and held at Western Bowl in Arvada. The money raised through entry fees …

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Kiwanis’ Pins for Kids raises $7,000

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Twenty-two teams raised more than $7,000 in the annual Pins for Kids fundraiser, organized by the Arvada Jefferson Kiwanis Club and held at Western Bowl in Arvada.

The money raised through entry fees and a silent auction will be distributed to local nonprofit organizations that support children.

“This was our biggest Pins for Kids event to date. We are so thankful for such wonderful community support and our Arvada Jefferson Kiwanis Club members who came out in full force to help demonstrate what our club is all about,” said Ron Slinger, club member and membership chair.

Kiwanis is global community of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. The Arvada Jefferson Kiwanis Club has more than 70 members and meets at 7 a.m. Wednesday at the Arvada Center. Guests always welcome.

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