Troy Kiwanis Community Fall Fest
Sunday, October 3rd 3-5pm
Troy Historic Village, 60 W. Wattles
This FREE event is a great afternoon for teens and parents alike! The afternoon features leadership advice and networking opportunities with local Troy leaders with a variety of activities for attendees.
Leadership Talks and Networking with:
– Richard Machesky, Troy Schools Superintendent
– Ethan Baker, Troy Mayor
– Theresa Brooks, Troy Mayor Pro Tem
– Tara Baker, Troy Chamber of Commerce President and CEO
Form your group, collect your supplies, and build the best “Under the Sea” themed scarecrow for the Village! Those attending will VOTE FOR THEIR FAVORITE with cash! The team that raises the most money with their creative scarecrow or their persuasive pitch will win a prize.
Interested in forming a team? Signup by September 27th HERE:
Gather your group on the day and compete in the Village Scavenger Hunt! Entry cost is $5 per team and the winning team will collect a prize!
Bid on our fabulous Silent Auction items and support the Troy Kiwanis and Troy Historic Village! Remember, silent auctions are a win-win opportunity—you win a great prize AND you support your local non-profits, so bid early, bid often, and bid high!
Tie blankets for HAVEN, our local resource for survivors of domestic violence and abuse. Materials will be available for those who want to participate in this volunteer opportunity.
Bring a few dollars for your favorite fall snacks! Donuts, cider, and water will be available for purchase!
All funds raised on the day will go to support the Troy Kiwanis, IA East & Athens Key Clubs, and the Troy Historic Village. The event is FREE though a suggested donation of $5 per person at the door is greatly appreciated!
Please bring cash to make donations, vote for your favorite scarecrow, and purchase snacks and refreshments. Silent Auction winners will be able to use cash, checks, or credit cards!