By Kevin Shannahan
The Natchitoches Kiwanis chapter was joined by NSU’s Circle K, a Kiwanis organization for college students, Natchitoches Magnet School’s K-Kids and Boy Scout Troop 60, sponsored by FUMC Natchitoches in doing our community’s part of the Kiwanis One Day of Service on Oct. 27. On the yearly Kiwanis One Day of Service, Kiwanians from all over the world take that day to do service projects in their local communities. The volunteers cleared litter from the new hiking trails and improved the parking lot at the NSU Grady Erwin Nature Study Area in preparation for its opening to the public.
The Natchitoches Kiwanians, from the K-Kids, to the collegiate Circle K to the Kiwanis are part of over 600,000 Kiwanians in over 80 countries who band together to serve their fellow men and women at the local and worldwide level.