Colonial Capital, Williamsburg
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Colonial Capital Kiwanis Learns about Thomas Nelson Community College - 08/16/2017
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Dr. Greg McLeod, Provost of the Historic Triangle Campus of the Thomas Nelson Community College, recently presented a program to the Kiwanis Club of Colonial Capital highlighting the role of the college in the Community.  The local campus has one building and provides education to about 1500 students in a variety of programs including technical training, basic academic studies and preparation for transfer to upper level universities and he pointed out that an Associate degree from Thomas Nelson guarantees acceptance to most of the universities in Virginia.  The costs for attendance are substantially lower than at the major colleges and the student/teacher ratio is also much lower. ...

Colonial Capital Kiwanis Hosts Salvation Army Commander - 08/10/2017
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Lieutenant Jeremy Lind, Commanding Officer of the Salvation Army of Greater Williamsburg, recently presented a program to the Kiwanis Club of Colonial Capital about the activities of the local unit and some of the history of the worldwide organization.  Lt. Lind discussed the role of the local unit in providing housing, food assistance, school supplies for children and assistance with Disaster Relief to needy families in the Greater Williamsburg community.  Pictured from left are Club President Larry Shoberg, Lind, and Club member Ron Goldstein.

Colonial Capital Kiwanis Learns about Williamsburg Botanical Garden - 08/08/2017
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The Kiwanis Club of Colonial Capital recently heard a program about the Williamsburg Botanical Garden presented by Karen Jamison, who is president of the Board of Directors, and Cathy Hill, a Master Gardener and volunteer at the Garden.  They discussed the mission of the Garden and the special programs such as concerts and other gardening events, with emphasis on the Butterfly program which will be conducted during the weekend of August 5 and 6.  Pictured from left are club member Bob Donnelly, Cathy Hill, Karen Jamison and Club President, Larry Shoberg.