Thanks for support at beverage garden

The Lake Stevens Kiwanis Club would like to thank the volunteers that helped in their beverage garden during Lake Stevens Aquafest 2013. We couldn’t do this event without our volunteers, friends, the community of Lake Stevens and all our Kiwanis members and their families! The Thursday night LSHS Alumni night was a great success, our weather was terrific and all nights were well attended!

All proceeds from this event go back into our community in the form of scholarships, Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets, local athletic teams, Boy Scouts, Lake Stevens Food Bank, school supplies, Senior Center, Boys and Girls Club, Easter Egg Hunt and other needs as they arise.

Thank you again for all your support. See you next year!

Lake Stevens Kiwanis Club

Beverage Garden Committee 2013

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