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December 27, 2021

The members of the Kiwanis Clubs of Monticello and Woodridge joined forces once more to bring holiday cheer to the Office for the Aging Meals on Wheels Participants as well as local families serviced by the Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless.

They presented little gifts and greeting cards to Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless Program Administrator Kathy Kreiter and to Office for the Aging Director Lise-Anne Deoul and Nutrition Services Coordinator Jane Bozan.  The gifts included an assortment of holiday solar dancers,  play dough, coloring books,  hats, gloves, scarves, Find the Word and Crossword Puzzles, body lotion, playing cards, stuffed animals and holiday mugs filled with candy. 

In addition to the Kiwanis Club members, the Monticello High School Key Club, Mrs. Jill Weiner’s Liberty Middle School Class  as well as the Aktion Club of Sullivan County, comprised of individuals from Arc The Greater Hudson Valley, New Hope Community and Center for Discovery,  contributed a large amount of beautifully hand- made greeting cards and gifts.

 The main mission of this project was to give back to the community and to reassure the recipients that people were thinking  of them and wanted to make their holiday a little more enjoyable.

For more information about Kiwanis -  contact Mont. Pres. Marvin Rappaport at 845 -701-1655 or Woodridge Pres.  Diane Garritt at  845-434-7023.
Federation Program Admin. Kathy Kreiter, Monticello Kiwanian Sheila Lashinsky  and Woodridge Kiw. Pres. Diane Garritt .

Office for the Aging Director Lise-Anne Deoul,  Aging Services Aide Albert Patalona, Nutrition Svs. Coord. Jane Bozan,  Monticello Kiwanian Sheila Lashinsky and  Woodridge Kiwanis Pres. Diane Garritt.

Assortment of gifts for Meals on Wheels  and Federation for the Homeless .

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