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2022 54th Annual Turkey Day Race - Thank You


  • We hope you had a great Thanksgiving! This was the start of this year's race. The lead runners are just leaving the school grounds. We had an awesome time seeing all of you and raising money to help the children of our community.
    • We hope you had a great Thanksgiving! This was the start of this year's race. The lead runners are just leaving the school grounds. We had an awesome time seeing all of you and raising money to help the children of our community. Pizza, oranges, bananas and water were donated to the Men’s Shelter, Samaritan Center and Oxford Inn yesterday after the race.
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2022 54th Annual Turkey Day Race Update


  • Hey everyone! Are you signed up for CNY's oldest and largest Turkey Day Race (54 years)? If not, sign up now. New this year is the ability to fundraise with us as individuals or as part of a team.
    • Hey everyone! Are you signed up for CNY's oldest and largest Turkey Day Race 54 years? If not, sign up now. New this year is the ability to fundraise with us as individuals or as part of a team.
      In preparation for the race, we also have a brand new website: www.baldwinsvillekiwanis.com. The Baldwinsville web development team, Amply, did a stellar job designing and developing the site to meet our needs. You can sign up for the race, volunteer, sponsor, [view our] sponsors, get information on grants that have been awarded and so much more. Check it out. We are psyched!
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Baldwinsville Kiwanis Club Sponsors Drive-In Movie for Graduating Baker HS Class of 2020


  • BALDWINSVILLE, N.Y. — Sunday night, the Baldwinsville Kiwanis Club sponsored a drive-in movie night for members of the Baker High School Class of 2020 and their families. About 400 people came out.
    • BALDWINSVILLE, N.Y. — Sunday night, the Baldwinsville Kiwanis Club sponsored a drive-in movie night for members of the Baker High School Class of 2020 and their families. About 400 people came out.
      The club wanted to make sure seniors had a chance to say goodbye to each other, and have a memorable experience.
      “Just good times. We’re really excited as a club to step up and help out our graduating seniors,” said Tony Saraceni, President of the Baldwinsville Kiwanis Club.
      The drive-in movie took the place of the school’s senior ball.

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