Colonial Capital, Williamsburg
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Colonial Capital Kiwanis Learns about James City County Priorities - 10/15/2017
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Kevin Onizuk, Chairman of the James City County Board of Supervisors, presented an overview of the major issues facing the County as it plans for the future. High on the list are school expansion, the fresh water supply and commercial and residential development. Kevin was happy to report that James City County has the highest possible bond rating which makes it easier to borrow money at a favorable rate when the need arises.  Pictured from left are Club President Jim Simpson, Chairman Onizuk and Club member Ron "Moon" Moreau. 

Colonial Capital Kiwanis Hears about Hospice House and Hospice - 10/13/2017
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The Kiwanis Club of Colonial Capital recently heard a program about Hospice House and Home Hospice Care presented by Heidi Crocker, Clinical Director of Hospice House and Erin Long of Kindred Hospice.  Both ladies spoke about the kind of care available to patients who are faced with imminent terminal illnesses.  Both organizations provide physical, emotional, social and spiritual support for both the patient and their families, making sure the patient is well cared for and that the families have an opportunity for an interlude in the stress of dealing with end of life care.  Pictured from left are Club President Jim Simpson, Heidi Crocker, Erin Long and Club member Rama Skelton. 

Colonial Capital Kiwanis Learns about Tidewater Virginia Historical Society - 09/24/2017
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Joe Burkart, President of the Tidewater Virginia Historical Society recently spoke to the Kiwanis Club of Colonial Capital, about the activities of the Society.  Their mission  is to preserve and promote the heritage of Tidewater Virginia by serving as an advocate for historic knowledge, archaeology preservation, and geographic and cultural heritage.  In doing so, they offer lectures and excursions to the various sites in the area for anyone who is interested.  Pictured from left are Club President Larry Shoberg, Burkart, and Club member Chuck Lyon.