Highway 76 cleaner because of 8 Kiwanians.
We will do it again in April or May 2018

The Neenah Menasha NAMI bowling team

October 7  2017

The Neenah Menasha Kiwanis NAMI bowling team. 

A success undertaking, Over $500 raised for local NAMI


''Watch out for our Highway Cleanup Crew''


PANCAKE FEST 61

The Set up crew for the 2017 Pancake Fest

is ready to serve on Thursday May 25


The 61th Kiwanis Annual Pancake Fest



Some people say our Pancakes are the biggest and best. 

Neenah Menasha Kiwanis Pancake Fest

The 61th annual Kiwanis Annual Pancake Fest fundraiser will be  held Thursday, May 25th, from 10:00am to 1:30pm, and again from 4:00pm to 6:30pm at Riverside Park in Neenah.

Watch for the 2017 Pancake Fest on  May 25


This lunch/dinner event includes all-you-care-to-eat pancakes, sausages, fruit and a beverage. Cost is $6 for adults, $3 for youth from any Kiwanis member in advance, or for One dollar more the day of the event.


 100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser are returned to the community thru Kiwanis support of local youth and non-profit organizations.  For more information call 725-0772.


The Spring Highway 76 Cleanup Crew.  
They did a great job. The highway is at least ten bags of garbage cleaner


The NAMI Bowlers

While some Kiwanians were working at DSAW-Fox Cities awareness walk on October 1st, These loyal Kiwanians were bowling to raise money for NAMI

 

New Officers of our club

2016 / 2017
Pat Lowney ( President)       Ann Stark (past President)
Sherman  Jansen (Treasurer),   Kris Lecompte  (Secretary)
as of 10/29/16



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We welcome the new members 
to the Neenah / Menasha  Kiwanis.
Alice Zarda    Amy Carpenter Joy Veldboom
Patti Houlihan

Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor John Day installed new members with president Pat Lowney

                   Join us on the first three Thursda

                                              Holiday Inn Riverwalk in  Neenah.  

Buffet breakfast at 6:45 a.m.

Business meeting and program at 7:15 a.m.

     Our email address is 

kiwanisroundtable@mac.com


Some people say our Pancakes are the biggest and best. 

Neenah Menasha Kiwanis Pancake Fest

The 61th annual Kiwanis Annual Pancake Fest fundraiser was held Thursday, May 25th, from 10:00am to 1:30pm, and again from 4:00pm to 6:30pm at Riverside Park in Neenah.

Watch for the 2017 Pancake Fest on  May 25


This lunch/dinner event includes all-you-care-to-eat pancakes, sausages, fruit and a beverage. Cost is $6 for adults, $3 for youth from any Kiwanis member in advance, or for One dollar more the day of the event.


 100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser are returned to the community thru Kiwanis support of local youth and non-profit organizations.  For more information call 725-0772..

y mornings at the 




Service Project for Kiwanis
Kiwanis at School Days at Grignon Park

Ed Hudak, Matt Carpenter, Lee Murphy and Mark French
Planning for the School Days harvesting unit

Ed Hudak shows the children how to use the 
Two Person Saw.
No one was hurt during the sawing demonstration


Kiwanis NAMI bowlers

Our latest sponsoring was  bowling at the Nami Bowlathon 
 in Appleton

 On October 3, 2015




Our Brat Fry at Festival was on June 5, 
our second Fry was on June 12 at Festival in Neenah
Mark and Mark
The Lunch Serving Crew
Sherm, Wally, Kris

Program to be announced.
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Some people say our Pancakes are the biggest and best. 

Neenah Menasha Kiwanis Pancake Fest

The 60th annual Kiwanis Annual Pancake Fest fundraiser will be held Thursday, May 26th, from 10:00am to 1:30pm, and again from 4:00pm to 6:30pm at Riverside Park in Neenah.

This lunch/dinner event includes all-you-care-to-eat pancakes, sausages, fruit and a beverage. Cost is $6 for adults, $3 for youth from any Kiwanis member in advance, or for One dollar more the day of the event.


 100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser are returned to the community thru Kiwanis support of local youth and non-profit organizations.  For more information call 725-0772..


Service Project for Kiwanis One Day


Sherman, Leslie, Ed, Dan and Mark washed and scrubbed 75 chairs and 15 tables

at Heckrodt Wetland Reserve building. A job well-done.





Highway 76 cleanup by our crew of experts at Highway Cleanup
                                               2015
2014

    
  
 

Ready for the business of keeping
Quarry Quest visitors with plenty to drink.

Never know whom you'll meet at QQ

A rare break in food sales at the
Quarry Quest Food Tent




                          Neenah Menasha Kiwanis
Short clip on previous pancake fests.
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0RCyt5eljg
                                                              


         Upcoming program assignments for 2015.






Click on the Quarry Quest collage for a bigger viewing.
Next year's Quarry Quest is on Sept. 13



                                                                    News
We had a brat sale, and the club turned out in good numbers...
Not everyone was there when the photographer was taking the  pictures though.

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                     Join us on the first three Thursday mornings at the 

                                              Holiday Inn Riverwalk in  Neenah.  

Buffet breakfast at 6:45 a.m.

Business meeting and program at 7:15 a.m.



     Our email address is 

kiwanisroundtable@mac.com


                           Why You Should Join Our Club

Service is important to Kiwanis

Community projects that are serving the children of the world, one child at a time.  

Our service activities include tutoring at School Days at the Grignon Home, assisting our Key Clubs, clean up of Hwy. 76, provided dictionaries to school children, working with Habitat for Humanity, volunteering at theTeam Hailey 5K, ringing bells for the Red Kettle campaign and many other activities which help the children.

The proceeds from the pancake fest and other fundraisers benefit many others in the community. The Neenah-Menasha Roundtable Kiwanis has a strong tradition of giving back to the cities of Neenah and Menasha.  Among the organizations that we supported last year are:

Financially we support the following:

Salvation Army (also we are Red Kettle Bell Ringers)

ARC of Neenah-Menasha

St. Mary Central High School Key Club and scholarship

Menasha High School Scholarship

Neenah High School Key Club and scholarship

Rawhide Boys Ranch

Neenah Education Foundation

Goodwill Industries

Future Neenah, Inc.

Community Clothes Closet

Cuddle Closet  at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin-Fox Cities

Leaven

Habitat for Humanity


                                                   Ed,   Leslie,   Mike   Al,   Mark    

 

                          New club officers were installed by Lt. Gov Mike Ratsch.
                                       Ed Hudak President
                                             Mark Pribbnow-
 -Past President
                                                Leslie Koffke- Secretary
                                                    Alvin Long- Treasurer
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