PO Box 9
East Meadow, NY 11554
Kiwanis
East Meadow
Meetings: Every Tues. at 7:15·Empress Diner·East Meadow, NY·Telephone: 516-849-3466

 

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Community service is our primary goal. At the Kiwanis Club of East Meadow, we strive to fulfill the Kiwanis vision of changing the world, one child and one community at a time.Through the participation of ourmembers, we've helped to educate our children, support our community, and establish ourselves as the premier service organization in East Meadow. Here on our web site, you can find out about how we're working to accomplish this mission and why. Over the years, we've completed numerous community service projects. We send 33 children each year to a week of sleep away camp at Kamp Kiwanis. Since 1981 we have sponsored an annual Senior Thanksgiving Dinner serving over 500 seniors. Distributing over 90 holiday food baskets three times per year to needy families. Providing $8,000 in scholar-ships to students in our community each year with a total to date of over $104,000. This is but a short list of our many accomplishments. We welcome you to come visit us at our weekly meeting every Tuesday night at 7:15pm at the Empress diner in East Meadow.‚Äč 

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East Meadow Kiwanis through time...

 Garden of Hope during construction and planting 13  DPP Dr, Alan Alterman son, Jason helps out!  EMK serves the children and let's them play as well.  At an event for handicapped youths, helping the Let The Children Play Foundation.  DPG Dave Rothman receives a Legion of Merit Award for his long and outstanding service to our club.  Right before the ribbon is cut at the new children's waiting room at NUMC.  Garden of Hope during construction and planting 3  Holiday food basket drive - Mitchell A.   Holiday Food Drive - 2007  President Rich and First Lady Lisa a the Halloween Party  Homecoming Night  Angleo Catlano receives a Legion of Merit Award for his long and outstanding service to our club.  EMK serves the children and let's them play as well.  At an event for handicapped youths, helping the Let The Children Play Foundation.  Buliding a ramp Pres. Alan and DIPP Jay  Any Club missing a Bell?  Former NY Yankee Rusty Torres came down to give a informative lecture to the club and K Kids  Our own Nelson H. Finkelman and Gary Adler.    Many Kiwaniains came out to plan the garden in Eisenhower Park to help stop driving while drunk.  Garden of Hope during construction and planting 22  Fred & Mel receive recognition from Past Pres. Jay  New member Kerri with Gov. Dave Rothman