Visit D'Angelo between February 18th to February 24th to enjoy a great sandwich...more
D'Angelo Friends & Family Fundraiser
Supports Kiwanis Programs
February 18-24, 2018
Visit D'Angelo to enjoy a great sandwich and support the kids in our community. Just mention Kiwanis and they will donate 20% of your meal total to the Kiwanis Club of Keene! Download the flyer here.
Kiwanis Annual Fundraising Campaign
Kids need Kiwanis. Kiwanis Needs Your Support!
Checks can be made to: Keene Kiwanis Foundation
Please mail to: 63 Emerald Street, PMB 451, Keene, NH 03431
Keene Kiwanis Foundation is a 501(c) 3 organization
Ringing In the Holiday Season
with the Kiwanis Club of Keene
Take a look at how the Keene Kiwanis helped brighten downtown Keene
and the lives of local children!
Thanks to all who helped make the
Annual Tree Lighting Celebration a success!
The Annual Tree Lighting Celebration held on Central Square on November 24th was truly a great event for the entire family. This is the fifth year the Kiwanis Club of Keene has planned and hosted the event. We are very grateful to Center Stage, the organization that hosted the event for at least twenty years before us, for guiding us through the first few years and for donating their star and lights!
Over 60 children and young adults from the area were involved in the festivities whether as part of one of the choirs, as a member of the brass band, doing sound effects during the reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, or serving cookies and hot chocolate to the large crowd in attendance.
We owe special thanks to our major sponsors, Fenton Family Dealerships and the Keene Monument Company. Other area businesses supported the event financially or with in-kind services. We would also like to thank the City of Keene who supported our sponsoring the event and the PEAK Radio Station for broadcasting on the Square during the event. Then of course, we extend our thanks to Santa and Mrs. Claus.
We thank the Keene Sentinel staff who came out to get pictures and wrote several articles before after our event. There will be a Thank You Ad in the Keene Sentinel recognizing everyone who helped make this evening so enjoyable for the families who came.
The Kiwanis Club of Keene is committed to sponsoring events that make a positive difference in our community. The Tree Lighting Celebration is close to our hearts and we plan to continue this effort for many years to come.
Kiwanis Car Show - A Great Family Event!
On September 16, the Kiwanis Club of Keene hosted its 6th Annual Car Show at the American Legion on upper Court Street. 77 antique and classic cars, trucks, and motorcycles were on display and hundreds of spectators came by to vote for their favorite, listen to a DJ play music from the 50's and 60's, and have a tasty burger or dog grilled by Kiwanis Club members. And, since Kiwanis is all about the kids, a children's area offered facepainting, coloring, toys, balloons and much more.
Spectators placed votes for their favorite cars, and trophies were awarded to these winners:
- 1st Place: Eddie Schatz, 1950 Chevrolet Truck 3100 series
- 2nd place: Mitch Greenwald, 1966 Ford Thunderbird
- 3rd place: Barbara Coburn, 1956 T-Bird
- Oldest vehicle: Jack Little, 1929 Model A Ford
- Motor cycle: Joe Allsop, Harley Davidson 2016 Tri-glide
The Car Show is a fundraiser with the emphasis on fun and all the money raised will support the events and projects the Kiwanis Club of Keene hosts for the children and the community throughout the year.
Why Join Kiwanis?
Three Great Reasons:
Service - Club activities provide opportunity for you to give back to the community, help the children of our community, and make Keene a better place to live.
Information - Club speakers cover a wide variety of subjects relevant to current events and our community (Speakers and topics from recent club meetings are listed in our News page.)
Social - Club membership provides an environment where individuals from varied backgrounds become acquainted. One of the meanings of "Kiwanis" is "We make noise and have a good time"
If you are interested in join our Club or are a visiting Kiwanian, please join us at our weekly meetings. They are held on Wednesdays at 7:30 AM at The Pub in Keene. If you would like information about speaking at our meetings, please contact our speaker coordinator, Susan Doyle.
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