MH Kiwanis joins Hickory Park beautification project

The Mountain Home Kiwanis Club is the latest organization to step forward to assist Care Center Ministries in its Hickory Park beautification project.

Kiwanis Club representatives are scheduled to present a check to Care Center Ministries Monday afternoon at 2 at Hickory Park.

In late May, the City of Mountain Home announced a new partnership with Care Center Ministries when the non-profit organization agreed to adopt the park.

At that time, Mountain Home Mayor Hillrey Adams said the staff at Care Center approached him about adopting Hickory Park and giving it some needed maintenance.


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Hickory Park is the oldest city park in Mountain Home. It was established in 1954 by the Mountain Home Rotary Club whose members are pitching in with some of the cost of maintenance. When the partnership announcement was made, the Rotary Club donated $1,000 toward Care Center Ministries’ project.

Care Center Ministries Mountain Home is a privately funded 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed the transformation of its community. It began in 1986 in Rockwell, Texas, as a faith-based organization and has since grown to reach thousands of people, including those in Mountain Home.

In making the most recent donation to the beautification effort, Mountain Home Kiwanis Club members are challenging other clubs and civic organizations to make a gift as well.

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