LEWISTON – The Jubilee Center of the Trinity Episcopal Church, 247 Bates St., provides meals for homeless and hungry community residents four times a week. Diapers and formula are also available. Coffee and light snacks are available every day.

Other services include prison visits, assistance in negotiating access to other services in the area and assistance in transitioning back into the community.

The mission of the Auburn Lewiston Kiwanis Club is to support community services that promote health and well being, particularly for youth and young adults. The club recently contributed funds to the Jubilee Center to support its services to young people.

Kim Wettlaufer, center executive director, accepted the funds from Jeff Haggerty, Kiwanis Club president.

Information on the Jubilee Center can be obtained by calling 782-5700.

The Kiwanis is best known for its annual pancake breakfast, and it is the proceeds from that fundraiser that provide help to a variety of community services. The club supports youth leadership through two high school Key Clubs, college scholarships, museum passes at both libraries and reading books for the Longley School.

The Kiwanis Club meets at noon Wednesdays at the Ramada Inn and Conference Center. All are welcome to join the club. For more information, call Craig Phillips at 795-6044, ext. 2.

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