JRCC inmates topic at Kiwanis
More than 440 men live at the James River Correctional Center, said Julie Munkeby, unit manager at JRCC.
All inmates are required to work on their high school education, if they hadn't graduated. In Jamestown, the inmates are sentenced to 20 years or less, so they will return to the community. JRCC's mission is to help these individuals become better people through education, art and social activities.
Thirty-two members attended the regular Kiwanis meeting on June 25.
A blood drive is set for July 25-26 at Ave Maria Village.
The 40 or so Kiwanis members meet every Monday. Kiwanis' mission is to serve children. Anyone interested in serving children and joining Kiwanis is welcome. Learn more at www.Facebook.com/JamestownKiwanis or emailJamestownKiwanis@gmail.com.