Since 1974 the Kiwanis Club of Weston, Connecticut has supported worthy causes in our community and surrounding areas through a combination of community service, philanthropy and assistance to youth and to people of all ages. Our members are men and women with a connection to Weston.

The Kiwanis Club of Weston, an award-winning club repeatedly recognized by Kiwanis International for earning "Distinguished Club" status, has earned this coveted status again for 2012/2013. Our club is also the home of the Outstanding Club Secretary, New England District of Kiwanis, 2011/1012. Members Revs. Bernard Wilson and Kelly Rogers received Kiwanis Internationals first-ever Humanitarian Award at the 2013 convention.  Kiwanis Magazine featured our club as one of four great clubs. Read the article by clicking here. Download Just the facts about Kiwanis International.

We meet for breakfast Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m (except July and August) at the Norfield Congregational Church Parish Hall. Meetings often feature presentations by local, state, and national political figures and programs of general interest. Other meetings are followed by community service projects.

Weston Kiwanis celebrated the end-of-summer with a picnic for the 17th time at Fred and Shirley Schneider's home on Sunday, August 31, 2014.

Kiwanis photographs by Jim McMorris.

Upcoming Events

Date Type Title
9/25/2014 Event

Community Kitchen: Homes with Hope operates the Community Kitchen at the Gillespie Center and serves 30,000 meals annually. Volunteers from numerous organizations in our community take turns preparing lunches and dinners; breakfast is always available through the resources of our Food Pantry. For the 4th Thursday of each month (possible exceptions are November and December); 1. Serving start time is 5PM and end is not later than 6 but may be earlier if all food is served. 2. Volunteer start time would be 5PM so they should arrive about 4:50 PM, set up and begin serving at 5. Serve everyone first, wait until 5:30 to be sure everyone has arrived and picked up a plate, then start seconds If there is anything left. Once the food is all served, our volunteers can leave, they do not need to stay to clean up 3. Volunteers can make the meal to serve or proceed as follows: a. Order food for 40 people on Tuesday or Wednesday from Fortuna's, 226-3587. Ask for Ellen or Jeff. Identify yourself as calling from Weston Kiwanis. They have our tax free number on file. Request Thursday pick-up at 4:45PM. b. Menu: two trays ziti marinara; one tray meat balls; one tray chicken cutlet parm; one large tossed salad w/dressing; two sliced Italian bread w/butter. (this was the original quantity to feed 30. Now that we are up to 40, Fortuna’s should make the adjustment). c. Cost: about $150. Pay with credit card and/or check. Give receipt to Ed Michl for reimbursement. d. Pick-up at Fortuna's, 1244 Post Road East, at approx. 4:30 to 4:45 PM on Thursday afternoon. Deliver to Gillespie Center by 4:45 to 4:50PM. e. Serve food beginning at 5:00 PM; no seconds until 5:30 PM; shut down at 6:00 PM. Clients handle the clean-up. f. Aprons: if you have a chance pick up two Kiwanis aprons from the shed (combination: 789).

9/27/2014 Meeting
10/26/2014 Event

Details to follow.

11/8/2014 Event

Wood splitting has been a major community service project to benefit those in need in the Weston community for over 20 years. Donations of wood and proceeds of sales go entirely to help those in our community on the Social Services list to help with their heating needs. We have split and delivered as many as 130 truckloads of wood in a year. Aside from service to our fellow Westonites, the wood splitting is an opportunity for camaraderie. Jane Young Anglim will again be providing one of her gourmet luncheon feasts for the workers. Don’t miss this. Please help Jane plan for numbers to be served by responding to this e-mail to let her know whether you will be able to join us on Saturday and bring gloves.