Del Mar Kiwanis Club members deliver Halloween gift bags

Two Del Mar Kiwanis Club members, (l-R) Leslie and Pacey Jackson, delivered 67 Halloween gift bags to the children at the Solana Beach Head Start program, which is held at St Leo’s Mission. The gift bags contained healthful snacks and games and were custom assembled by Kiwanis Club members at their weekly meeting at the Fish Market.

The bags were then transported to the Head Start office to be distributed to the “Gremlins and Goblins” by the Head Start staff. This is just one example of the many community outreach projects conducted by the Del Mar Kiwanis Club. The next project will be directed to supporting the San Diego Rescue Mission for Thanksgiving. The Del Mar Kiwanis Club is always open to guests and visitors who have a desire to help the less fortunate in the community.  Contact Chuck Phillips 858-354-6536 for information.

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