Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World
Spring Hill and Thompson's Station
Serving the Children of the World
Club News
Here is all the news for the club.

Update From Our Youth Programs - 05/17/2017
news image

Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill/Thompson’s Station is all about empowering our kids to be leaders within their schools and communities.

Kiwanis gave a $1,000 scholarship to Summit High School Key Club Emily Bilicki!! We thank the amazing leadership for our sponsor teacher Kate 'Herring' Hickey for all her tremendous passion and love she oured into our amazing group of Key Clubers.

Our Heritage Middle School teachers, Al Roberson and Leigh Terns were instrumental to get our Builder's Club founding year off the ground and running! We appreciate their hard work and dedication, and the kids are so eager to make a difference and they truly have hearts...


South Central Tennessee Development District - 05/09/2017
news image

Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill/Thompson’s Station had the absolute pleasure learning more about the amazing work that South Central Tennessee Development District does for 14 local counties!!

They offer transportation for both private ridership and medical ridership. Rides are only $1 for their Mule Town Trolley with free transfers on different routes.

These individuals do so much within our communities, check them out and plan a day trip using their timeless, easy and affordable transportation trolleys with wheelchair accessibility!


The Well Outreach - 04/25/2017
news image

A huge thanks to Alison Maynard Worden and Arica Robinson from The Well Outreach as they shared with our club current projects, statistics on families served and future news and projects planned to better serve our community.

Please consider supporting The Well Outreach. There are may ways you can get involved. Check out their website for more information! http://www.springhillwell.org/index.html

We welcome the community to join us at our meetings! The Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill/Thompson’s Station meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 12pm to 1pm at the Spring Hill Fresh offices located at 2524 Depot Street.


Spring Hill,TN Parks & Recreation - 04/11/2017
news image

A huge thank you to Sonja Rine and Krystal Turner from Spring Hill,TN Parks & Recreation as they shared with us their program “Healthier Spring Hill Movement” as a part of the Governors “Healthier Tennessee” Initiative.

Please check out their facebook page or the city website to get more information how you, your group or business can join in on this effort!http://www.springhilltn.org/207/Parks-Recreation


Kiwanians Celebrate 100 Years - 07/08/2015

The Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill and Thompson's Station has celebrated the 100th anniversary of the international organization as Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham cited its service at a ceremony in Thompson's Station.

Kiwanians and guests met March 31 at the Community First Bank and Trust for the observance, club secretary Jackie Bell said.

"All funds raised by the Kiwanis Club are used for children's activities in Spring Hill and Thompson's Station," Bell said.

Graham thanked club members for their efforts and fundraising to help local children. The chapter has donated more than $40,000 to the Spring Hill Imagination Library, awarded $20,000 in local teacher grants, provided...


Summit students find ‘key’ to service - 02/20/2013
http://cdh.columbiadailyherald.com/articles/2013/02/13/affiliate/advertisernews/schools/01key.txt

Summit students find ‘key’ to service


Summit High School (SHS) students recently started a new service club through the Kiwanis organization called a Key Club.
This new charter club started the year off with a bake sale and mock presidential election. The club is led by teacher and adviser, Lori Westgard and Key Club student president, Austin Peterson.

“We’re under the umbrella of the Kiwanis,” Westgard said. “They wanted to start a Key Club and talked with (Dr. Charles Farmer). We’re the first Key Club in Williamson County.”

The group has already hosted two fundraisers for the club, including a mock...

Kiwanis awards nine teacher grants - 02/20/2013
news image
http://cdh.columbiadailyherald.com/articles/2013/01/30/affiliate/advertisernews/schools/01kiwanis.txt

Kiwanis awards nine teacher grants


The Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station awarded nine grants to area teachers at their fifth annual Teacher’s Award breakfast, held at Applebee’s Jan. 22.
Two representatives, one each from Maury and Williamson counties, graded the grant requests and chose to fund all nine of them. They were: Williamson County school board member P.J. Mezera and Marvin Wright assistant principal Marissa Massey.

Those receiving grants this year include:

Stacey DeBoe, Spring Station Middle School

DeBoe said she works in student support services and, in working with children,...

Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast - 02/01/2013
news image
Please come and join us at Captain D's restaurant in Spring Hill on February 2, 2013 for a pancake breakfast. The Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill is raising funds to help the children in the local Spring Hill area.

The Pancake Breakfast will be 7-9 AM. The price is $6 per person and children under 5 years old eat free.

Tickets can be purchased at the door the morning of the Pancake Breakfast. For questions, please contact Charlie Plunkett @ charlie.plunkett@myfirstfarmers.com

2012 Kiwanis Annual Bike Ride - 08/24/2012
Join Spring Hill Kiwanis and Steve Hayslip of Channel 5 News for the 4th Annual Cycling 4 Children event.  We have 3 scenic rides to test the skills of all riders.  We have even incorporated and alternate finish to the 64 mile route for those that want an even more challenging experience.  We have learned from the comments on past rides and believe this year will be the best yet.  Click on the Events link on the left side of this page for registration and detailed information on the routes at mapmyride.com. Come out and join us on the 25th for a really great event.

Spring Hill Kiwanis Awards Teacher Grants - 01/30/2012
news image
Spring Hill Kiwanis Awarded its annual teacher grants to 7 teacher in the Spring Hill Schools today at a presentation breakfast at Applebee's.  The grants of $400.00 are awarded to allow teachers to do a special project with their students that would not be funded by the school district.  The creativity of the projects is really wonderful and the projects not only benefit this years students but will be reused for many years to come. Congratulations to all of our winners.