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The Middle Village Kiwanis raised hundreds of dollars to help save babies around the world from tetanus.

The Middle Village Kiwanis raised hundreds of dollars to help save babies around the world from tetanus.

The Kiwanis raised $580 for the cause with Maspeth Federal Saving Bank donating $500.

The donations go toward the International Kiwanis Project Eliminate which saves thousands of babies around the world from the effects of tetanus.

Just a $2 can save a baby from tetanus.

“We are very proud to have saved 290 babies,” said JP Di Troia, the Eliminate Project Ambassador for the Queens West Kiwanis.

 

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