May 19th, 2016President Bill Green – Reporter Greatest High School Teacher – Joe Tersigni, a retired teacher from Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic High School in Guelph spoke to us about his experiences of over 25 years bringing in world … Read More
Dr. Gord Surgeoner – Agriculture-Not Just Food and Feed. April, 28th 2016 Bill Green – Reporter President Bill Green introduced Dr. Gord Surgeoner our guest speaker today. Gord gave us a very interesting talk, titled “Agriculture-Not Just Food and Feed”. The … Read More
More than 250 students in 18 schools got the school supplies they needed this year thanks to a successful Back to School Supply Drive by the Kiwanis Club of Guelph and a local Staples store.
A young quartet called the Unaccompanied Minors is preparing to compete in the FCMF National Music Festival In Ft. McMurray, Alberta on August 14-19.
Tribute through remembrance Kiwanis paid tribute to Remembrance Day at our Thursday, November 10th meeting by inviting guests and family members, and having someone come in to speak to the group.
Many Kiwanians participated in the Random Acts of Kindness day, but we decided to spread the activities over two days. On Friday, November 4th, we helped out at Hopewell Homes, and on Saturday, November 5th, we helped out at Shelldale School.
The Guelph Sports Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization that recognizes and honours the achievements of Guelph individuals and teams who have attained prominence and distinction in any field of sport, and who have made a major contribution to … Read More
So, the 90th Anniversary of the Kiwanis Club has come and gone and we celebrated with an amazing dinner at Cutten Fields! The evening started with cocktails and schmoozing by some of our members, their friends and family, and local … Read More
Tee off in support of the Tenth Annual Kiwanis Barney Brown-Bill Frank Memorial Tournament. Teams of four will golf in a scramble format to raise money to help children and their families take part in events to enrich their lives. The … Read More
This is a brief journal of Thursday’s Governor Paul’s visit. Read more and see the pictures. Thursday evening, we dined with the U of W Circle K Club.
We give primacy to the human and spiritual rather than to the material values of life. Our work is aimed to help children, the future of our community.
At Kiwanis we work together to promote the adoption and the application of higher social, business and professional standards.
Cooperating in creating and maintaining sound public opinion and high idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism and goodwill.