How to get involved...
Contact any member or officer for more information, or just come to a meeting.
2018-2019 President Nancy Hoffman (330) 219-8889
2017 immediate past-President Bob Wujcik (330) 872-3854 or [email protected]
2019 Vice President Alma Griffith
2019 Secretary Elizabeth Yura
2019 Treasurer Kathy Wujcik
2019 Sergeant-at-arms Charlie Strum
Meetings at the Covered Bridge Inn Restaurant, 22 West Broad Street, Newton Falls, OH 44444
Tuesdays (except the last Tuesday of each month) at 6:30 p.m. for dinner, then a meeting. Go to http://coveredbridgeinn.webs.com for a map and restaurant information.
Can you help? We meet the last Tuesday of the month at Country Club Retirement Campus (former Allan-Dell Assisted Living and Laurie Ann Nursing Home), 2200 Milton Boulevard, for bingo at 6:30 p.m. VOLUNTEERS AND TEENAGERS welcome!
For our school-aged volunteers: we have a paper certification to document volunteer hours that you have worked on our projects. We know that your schools and clubs want you to document community service. Please check in (and out) with us if you want your time recorded.
Coordination in volunteer projects: We have worked with others on the Newton Falls Beautification Project and with other Kiwanians to clean up the playground area of the Children's Rehab Center in Howland (across from Hillside Hospital). We are taking a more active role in the Food-in Backpacks Program at NF Elementary/Middle School. Please contact us for details.
We also try to help with the Kiwanis AKtion Club in Warren for adults with special needs
We'd truly love your help with our annual Halloween Cake Walk, Thursday, October 31, 2019. Contact any Kiwanis member.
Kiwanis One Day, April 6, 2013, a day to donate our time helping clean up and remove tree roots at the Children's Rehab Center's enclosed playground in Howland.
We also had a garden project at Four Corners Park in NF, but have handed over its care to Boy Scout Troop #112.
Several of us continue to help with spring cleanup in town, the flowers at the waterfalls, and packing food for the community backpack program.