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Local service clubs struggle with declining numbers, aging membership

Organizations hope to find new members, new ideas

Baked goods are auctioned off at a Kiwanis Club of Bellingham meeting at the Five Columns Greek Restaurant on Nov. 1. The Key Club at Sehome High School donated the goods to raise money for families in need at their high school.
Baked goods are auctioned off at a Kiwanis Club of Bellingham meeting at the Five Columns Greek Restaurant on Nov. 1. The Key Club at Sehome High School donated the goods to raise money for families in need at their high school.
By Olivia Hobson News Intern
Service clubs in Bellingham are struggling with declining membership across the board. As longtime m

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