Over 50 members strong, our internet-based club is truly an International Kiwanis Club that spans the globe with members from Pacific countries, North America, and Europe.  

You are invited to explore our website to learn more about us.  Club members should log in, you'll find even more stuff!

Click this link to download the DCON report filed by our Delegates to the Pennsylvania District Convention.

Do it...it's good reading and loaded with photos!

This Month's Meeting Schedule

Meeting

Date Time How Notes
Member's Meeting Tuesday August 14, 2018 5 pm Eastern GoToMeeting (link below)  Agenda
Board Meeting Tuesday, August 11, 2018 5 pm Eastern GoToMeeting (link below)  Agenda

 

Were you one of the many at the Centennial Internet Club’s Service Project and Meeting at ICON 2018 in Las Vegas on the 28th of June?

Each ICON, attending members of the Centennial Club from all over the world, come together to do a hands-on project as part of our meeting.

There were 23 Centennial Members and another 22 willing assistants working on the Service Project this year, being Coping Kits for Kids.

In a record of just 12 minutes the assembled group of caring Kiwanians put together 144 kits for children aged 3-12, undergoing lengthy stays in hospital. The kits will be delivered to the local children’s hospital by members from one of the newest Kiwanis Clubs – The Las Vegas Centennial Hills Kiwanis Club.

Each kit contained age and gender appropriate materials to enable children to take time out from their situations to have a bit of fun. Items included activity books, mind challenging puzzles, rainbow slime, stress balls, coloring materials, lolly-pops, chewing gum, Tootsie Rolls, wet-wipes and tissues to clean up afterwards.

None of this could have been possible without the help of dedicated members Judy and Bob Raub, organizing the purchase of the materials from club funds and delivery to our ICON Meeting. The added assistance of a few other members arriving early to set up each of the 12 tables made the process of putting the kits together an easy one to master.

The Project cost roughly US$1500, 23 Club members and 22 assistants spent a total of 85 hours getting the job done.

Click here to see some project photos.

Maybe you would like to join us at a future project or become a member of the most International Club in Kiwanis International (Click here) for more information. 

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