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Kiwanis 'Sip and Socialize' Invitation to Community

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The Kiwanis Club of Greater Westfield gives back to the community through donations to foster kids and at-risk youth in the area. Credits: SM Dougherty
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The Kiwanis Club of Greater Westfield is hosting an informal get together on Wednesday, Nov. 16, from 6 - 8:30 p.m. at The Kilkenny House Pub and Restaurant, 112 South Avenue East, Cranford. Kiwanis is an international organization that focuses on helping one child, one community at a time. As the parent club of the Westfield High School Key Club, it offers education to teens on how to be leaders in their community and find the joy in volunteerism.

The event, according to club president John-Michael Jones, is a "drop in and get to know us" time to share appetizers and a drink after work. For more information about the free event or the club itself, call club counselor Susan Dougherty at 732-382-5367.

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