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The Wilmington Kiwanis Club recently donated $2,600 to the Cape Fear Community College Foundation to be used for student scholarships. Pictured (from left) are Randy Peebles, scholarship chairman; Dana McKoy, CFCC Foundation director of annual giving; Dr. Ted Spring, CFCC president; Ms. Stevey Cline, scholarship recipient and Steve Woodard, Kiwanis Club president (not pictured: Bliss Koenig, scholarship recipient).

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club Scholarship at CFCC is open to students in any program of study that meet a minimum grade point average requirement. Each year the scholarship is awarded to one first-year student and one second-year student. Kiwanis scholarships at Cape Fear Community College and UNC Wilmington are funded by proceeds from the Kiwanis Pancake Day in November.

Kiwanis April 2013

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club was officially chartered in 1920 with 105 charter members. In 1964 the Wilmington Kiwanis Club began a scholarship program for worthy students at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and in 1997 at Cape Fear Community College. Over $175,000 of scholarship gifts have assisted deserving students.

Empower students.
Provide hope in our community.

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