Young Children Priority One Ideas in a COVID-19 World

Give or continue to give financially to food distribution centers (ie. Table, Food  Banks , Schools —Continuing to feed our children at this time is critical). Additionally, food pantries/banks/centers are experiencing not only increased demand for food but are getting… Read More

March 2020 Young Children Bulletin

Good morning fellow Kiwanians! This month I will focus on the importance of immunizations for young children. MEASLES CASES IN 2019 From January 1 to December 31, 2019, 1,282 individual cases of measles were confirmed in 31 states…. Read More

February 2020 Young Children Bulletin

Good Morning Fellow Kiwanians! UPDATE READING CORNER IN LAUNDROMAT PROJECT IN NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO ESTABLISH A READING CORNER! The Manchester New Hampshire Club has established a Reading Corner in a local laundromat. Thank… Read More

January 2020 Young Children Newsletter

Good Morning Fellow Kiwanians! This month I will focus on EasterSeals which focuses on helping children (and adults) with disabilities. The Mission of EasterSeals EasterSeals is working to create a world where: Each child born with a disability… Read More

December 2019 Young Children Bulletin

Good Morning fellow Kiwanians! Fact: Medical equipment, treatment and facilities designed for adults just don’t fit when treating an ill or injured child. Fact: It costs around four times as much money to treat a child as it does to… Read More

November 2019 Young Children Newsletter

THE MARCH OF DIMES (MOD) : A GREAT PARTNERSHIP Good morning fellow Kiwanians! As many of you know I was born prematurely at 6 months. I have dealt with impaired vision issues my whole life due to impaired… Read More

October 2019 Young Children Newsletter

Good Morning Fellow Kiwanians! I am the New England District Chair for YOUNG CHILDREN. This program focuses on the needs of young children with an emphasis on infants and youngsters ages 0 to 8) I have been your District… Read More

YCPO Newsletter Archive

See posts from Chair Ava Adams from 2016 through 2019.