Serving the Children of the World

Who Are We?

We are a service organization dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.  We meet twice each month for dinner and a program, visitors are welcome.  We participate in a dozen or more service projects annually.  You do not have to be a member of Kiwanis to participate in our service projects

We meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday evenings
Kohler Catering
4572 Presidential Blvd, Kettering

Social: 5:30
Dinner: 6:00
Program: 6:30

Save the Date!

Thanks for Your Support of our Tree Lot
Your purchases fund Youth Programs and
$5,000 in scholarships

Annual Pancake Breakfast, Bake Sale & Silent Auction
March 21, 2015
8:30 am - Noon
Christ United Methodist Church
Shroyer & Lincoln Park

Kiwanis Night at The Dayton Dragons
May 20th

Ronald McDonald House Recognizes Kiwanis

At the December 10th annual meeting of the Dayton area Ronald McDonald House charities, Kettering Centerville Kiwanis club was awarded the prestigious "Heart of the Home" award.  This recognition is based on many years of service to Ronald McDonald House.  These efforts include preparing meals each 3rd Monday of the month for house residents, annually sponsoring a month of pantry supplies, and participation in the annual Spring Clean weekend.  Club member Joyce Kennedy coordinates the club's activities with Ronald McDonald House.  If you are interested in participating in any of these activities, contact Joyce at 937-298-6930 (  You do not have to be a member of Kiwanis to participate in our service projects.

Kettering Community Builds 3000th Trauma Doll

On October 25th, more than 100 community volunteers helped stuff and finish trauma dolls for children patients at area emergency rooms.  The activity took place at Town and Country mall.  This is the 4th year Kettering Centerville Kiwanis sponsored the event.   Several other groups participated, to inlclude Key Club members from Alter, Centerville and Dayton STEM High Schools.  Additionally, families from  Fairhaven Community Church and Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints were key to this effort.   The Kettering Centerville Kiwanis club constructs these dolls year-round.  This effort is led by Tallye McCall who, as a nurse, has seen first hand how comforting these dolls can be.

Current Calendar

January 8 - Board Meeting
January 15 - Dinner Meeting -
Bob Neff Master Gardener
Dayton Nat'l Cemetery Gardens

January 19 -  Ronald McDonald meal prep
January 21 - Bingo at Heartland of Beavercreek
January 29 - Dinner Meeting - Bob Downs
Why People of Faith Should Care about Climate change

February 5 - Board Meeting
February 12 - Dinner Meeting - Frank DePalma
Mont. Co. Education Service Center
February 16 - Ronald McDonald meal prep
February 18 - Bingo at Heartland of Beavercreek
February 26 - Dinner Meeting - Gary Minyard
Behind the Scenes at the Victoria Theater Assn

March 7 - District Mid-Year Education Day, Crowne Plaza North, Columbus
March 15 - Dinner Meeting - Steve Davis
What is a Green Building?
March 21 - Annual Pancake Breakfast

March 26 - Dinner Meeting - Dianne Brunn, Attorney

Estate Planning

April 21 - Kiwanis One Day (Service Project)

May 20 - Kiwanis Night at the Dragons
May 27, Division Council Meeting

June 24-27, Kiwanis International Convention, Indianapolis (100 Years!)

July 22 - Division Picnic

August 14-16, Ohio District Convention, Doubletree Cleveland East