Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World
Scarborough
Serving the Children of the World
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Club Meeting
09/29/2014

Our Club meets Fridays from 12 noon to 1 pm for lunch at:

The Egg & I, Route...

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Welcome to the Kiwanis Club of Scarborough Maine!

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time

 

Our Club meets Fridays from 12 noon to 1 pm for lunch at:

The Egg & I, Route 1, Scarborough

If you enjoy working with children and making a difference in your community,
then please come join us! Find out how YOU can make a difference!


If you are interested in becoming a Kiwanis member or learning more
about Kiwanis contact: 

Dan Smith President at 207-510-7100 or  

Sharon J. Binette 207-590-7781 Club Secretary


                  

The Scarborough Kiwanis Club recently  donated and delivered 100 turkeys to the Scarborough Food Pantry providing families in need for Thanksgiving. The Club also provided 25 turkeys for families participating in the Scarborough Back Pack Program. Members hope the recipients will enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving dinner

 

 

The Scarborough Kiwanis Club recently donated 45 Kiwanis teddy bears to the Pine Point Center for Health Care and Rehabilitation

According to Brad Connor, Director of Recreational Therapy, ""  I really think those bears will bring great comfort and many smiles to some of our residents." The bears are provided  by the Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Institute Boston, MA. which is supported ny the Kiwanis Foundation of New England. A major objective of Kiwanis is to improves the lives of members of our community, to fulfill needs and to render altruistic service. The Club hopes the bears bring joy to all the recipients.

photo:Ava Adams,New England Kiwans  District Chair, Scarborough Kiwanis, left Brad Connor, right, Director of Recreational Therapy, Pine Point Center for Health Care and Rehabilitation 


Dr. John Rosene Speaks to Kiwanis About Injury Prevention

 

Dr. Rosene has research experiences examining the physiological aspects of human performance, injury prevention and recovery from injury. These include issues focusing on the muscular, cardiovascular, and thermoregulatory systems, examining performance implications as well as potential clinical applications as they relate to human performance (including supplementation protocols, muscular and cardiovascular performance, thermoregulation, hydration, etc.). Ultimately his research agenda examines the utilization of sports science to improve performance, either through enhanced conditioning, improved player health and safety, and/or enhancing return to play decisions


Muhidin Libah- Executive Director

Somali Bantu Community Association


Scarborough Kiwanis Little Free Library

Recently the Scarborough Kiwanis Club installed their "Little Free Library" on the Eastern Trail in Scarborough


Scarborough Key Club Members attend International Convention

Members Cameron Jury (left) and Molly Amann (right) recently attended the Key Club International Convention in Atlanta.

They spoke at the Kiwanis meeting on July 22nd and talked about their recent experience at the convention.


Finn Melanson of League of Women Voters

Recently Finn spoke with the Scarborough Kiwanis Club about his organization and what it was all about.


Godfrey Wood, Ex Director Habitat for Humanity

Godfrey Wood recently spoke to the Kiwanis club.