Kick off October, the National Bullying Awareness Month, by joining the Kiwanis Family in walking over the Brooklyn Bridge to bring awareness to the issue of bullying and prevention.
All Kiwanis Family members and friends of all ages are invited to march and rally with us alongside elected officials, neighborhood leaders, clergy, sports heroes, community leaders, school officials, concerned parents, and most importantly Kiwanis' youth leadership clubs like Circle K and Key Club.
11 a.m. - Meet at City Hall park (Manhattan, NY)
Noon - Start march across Brooklyn Bridge
1:15 p.m. - Rally at Columbus Park (outside Brooklyn Borough Hall)
3:30 p.m. - Rally ends
For more information please call: (347) 441-7198
The Kiwanis Club of Troy's Centennial Celebration will take place over a weeked which will include a service project and a banquet.
Events will begin with a Bol-A-Thon on Friday night. Service projects will take place on Saturday morning, and the Centennial Gala will be on Saturday event.
Down a registration form to register.
The District's Anti-Bullying Chair, Keith Cummings, has announced an anti-bullying essay contest for students in the state 16 and under.
More information is available.
Stephen Sirgiovanni was elected 2016-17 governor and Candace Corsaro was elected 2016-17 governor-elect during the House of Delegates Aug. 20 at the district convention in Buffalo.
The two candidates were unopposed.
In other action, the delegates approved with little discussion several textual changes to the district's bylaws, and some resolutions.
More pictures and other information from the convention is available.
Formula Team Offers New Incentives
The Formula Team is offering new incentives for Kiwanians who sponsor new members or new club openings between now and the end of the Administrative Year, Sept. 30.
Gift cards, jackets, and a free attendance at the District Convention is being offered to those involved in helping Kiwanis grow this year.
For more information, see a letter from the Formula Team.