Creating a Better World, One Community and One Child at a Time

Come Join Us!

Kiwanis is a service organization with a focus on youth. We meet twice monthly on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays at Kohler's Catering (see map below). Social at 5:30 pm, Dinner at 6 pm followed by a speaker.

Calendar of Events

NOVEMBER
Nov 27 - Tree Lot Opens!

DECEMBER
Dec. 3 – No Board Meeting
Dec. 10 – Christmas Party
Dec. 16 – Bingo, Heartland of Beavercreek
Dec. 21 – Ronald McDonald Meal
Dec. 22 - Tree Lot Closes (or earlier if trees run out)
Dec. 24 – CHRISTMAS EVE
Dec 31 – NEW YEAR’S EVE

JANUARY
Jan 7 - Board Meeting
Jan 14 - Club Meeting
Jan 18 - Ronald McDonald Meal
JAN 20 - Bingo, Heartland of Beavercreek
Jan 28 - Club Meeting

MARCH
Mar 19 - Pancake Breakfast

Detective Mason, Kettering Police Officer of the Year

On September 10th, Detective Vincent J. Mason was honored as the Kettering Police Officer of the Year for 2015. Detective Mason duties include investigating violent crime for the city. He defines his job as “sticking up for people who can’t stick up for themselves”. He also assists other local community police departments, such as West Carrollton, Centerville and Oakwood, as needed.

Gary Gravette Honored for Service

On February 26th, Kettering Centerville Kiwanis Club proudly honored member Gary Gravette with a Kiwanis International Zeller Award. Gary has been an active member of this club since 1977, serving many years as treasurer and leading the club's annual poinsettia sales. When a helping hand is needed, he is there to assist, consistently participating in the club's service projects such as the annual ice cream social at Polen Farm and walking with fellow Kiwanians at the Holiday at Home and Americana parades. He can also be found with fellow members serving summer lunches to Kettering children in need, and building trauma dolls for local emergency rooms as a part of Kettering's "Day of Service". Gary is also an active volunteer with the Air Force museum and his church, Harmony Creek in Kettering. Funds raised to honor Gary will be used to inoculate over 600 women and children for Maternal Neo-Natal Tetanus.

Help Local Youth

All profits from our tree lot go toward youth programs and scholarships. We are able to award over $8,000 annually to graduating seniors at local high schools, because of your support. The tree lot is open daily from noon to 9 pm. Select from North Carolina Frazer Firs and Michigan Scotch Pine: table top to over 9 feet. We have wreaths and roping as well.

Help Local Youth

LOT HOURS:

Mon - Fri: 2 PM - 9 PM
Sat & Sun: 10 AM - 9 PM