This box was built for Kiwanis Club of Chester, NY and they asked for a theme that honored their town mascot the Hambletonian. We took the theme and turned it into a fun horse barn with the town colors.
This was a gift from the Arroyo Seco Citizen’s Association to one of the long standing members of the community Dee Heckman. They wanted to look like a library and that is what we gave them.
This was a gift and a surprise from the team at Kiwanis Literacy Club of SoCal for the amazing team at Kiwanis Family House which gives families a place to stay when they have children in the hospital at UCDavis.
We got to partner with Kiwanis Club of West Sacramento again to place a new Cat in the Hat book box in front of a local school in the area.
This was partnership with Kiwanis Literacy Club of SoCal and Kiwanis Club of LaCanada AM. The theme was SPACE and We thing this one is out of this world. The kids were so excited to get the new books.
Well we are all settled into the new location. We have been busy building new book boxes and giving away books to the kids in our communities. We finally had a moment to install a new book box and it is already a hit in the neighborhood.
This was a fun partnership with Kiwanis Club of Thousand Oaks who sponsored this book box for Manna of Conejo Valley a food pantry in the area. The theme was Feeding Your Mind and we even added a custom cart so it can easily be rolled in/out and has storage.
This was a great partnership with . Our master builder Douglas Chadwick created another amazing book box and then handed it off to a local artist Jen Swain who painted her version of the Jungle Book story. This book box is at Holy Family Church School at 209 E. Lomita Avenue Glendale, California 91205. They have a Kiwanis Builders Club at this school who will now be the stewards to make…
This library pushed our master builder (and by pushed we mean he had so much fun creating it). This was a sponsorship from Kiwanis Club of Burbank Noon and has been installed at Family Promise of the Verdugos latest transitional living facility in Burbank, CA.
When we were at the 2018 International Convention we raffled off a custom book box and clubs could win a box for just a few dollars. The winner of that box was Division 23 – Carolinas District of Kiwanis in South Carolina. It was officially installed last week at K-Kids Club at LCEU. The theme was Gators & Books. So fun to see this project become a reality after shipping…