Asheville Kiwanis Club Donates Scholarships to BCS Students

The Asheville Kiwanis Club continued a special tradition for Buncombe County Schools Students. The group recently presented $500 scholarships to several graduating seniors who are members of their schools’ respective Key Clubs.

Congratulations to:
Enka – Aashiq Pratik Bhakta, Drew Bryant (advisor: Doug Jones)
Erwin – Victoria Brice (advisor: Tiffany Wooten)
Reynolds – Ansley Whitaker, Justine Blaylock (advisor: Beth Love)

According to club members, the Asheville Kiwanis Club has sponsored many Key Clubs in Buncombe County Schools during its 100+ year history and has given out thousands of dollars in scholarships to deserving students. This supports the Kiwanis mission of improving the world one child and one community at a time. According to, Key Club is the oldest and largest high school service organization in the world. Founded in 1925, there are thousands of clubs in over 38 countries. It is a self-governing, student-led organization that empowers its members to lead and serve by cultivating leadership skills, developing friendships, and performing community service.

Photos and information courtesy: Asheville Kiwanis Club