Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world
one child and one community at a time.
Welcome to the Scarborough Kiwanis Club
A sense of community, a source of fulfillment
Oyster Farming in Scarborough
Today the Kiwanis Club of Scarborough got a lesson on Oyster Farming from Abigail Carroll, of Nonesuch Oysters in Scarborough. Nonesuch Oysters is a young, eco-friendly oyster farm located within a nature conservancy at Nonesuch Point in the Scarborough River. www.nonesuchoysters.com
Scarborough Senior, Adrienne Damicis, honored with Zeller Award
Scarborough High School Senior and Key Club President, Adrienne Damicis, was honored by the Scarborough Kiwanis Club with its International Women's Day Zeller Award for her outstanding accomplishments in community service. "Adrienne has done more in her young life than most of us dream of doing in a lifetime." Congratulations, Adrienne!
Kids Fishing Derby a Success!
May 5, 2013: Our 2013 Kids Fishing Derby was full of smiles, fun, and fish! Click here to see the photos from the day!
A special thank you to F. Lee Bailey
Scarborough Kiwanis was very pleased to welcome famed Defense Attorney, F. Lee Bailey to the club on Friday, 5/17.
Project G.R.A.C.E. Fuel Assistance Day
Club President, Annalee Rosenblatt, works hard on Saturday, March 23, helping Project G.R.A.C.E. with its first-ever Rally to Keep
Our Neighbors Warm. Read the article in the 3/22 issue of The Scarborough Leader.
Operation Cupid brings miles of smiles to Maine Veterans
Blue Point School 1st grader Zoe received a Valentine's Day card from a grateful veteran, Warner Garland,
in response to her card sent through Operation Cupid.
At the Scarborough Kiwanis Club, members enjoy the company of friends who share their passion for service - while exploring opportunities for leadership, networking and more.
Kiwanis Club members get together to improve lives and serve communities.
As a Kiwanian, you can expect:
Fun and fellowship
Education and networking
Service projects and activities
Recognition and personal growth
Visibility in your community
On average, Kiwanians devote about six hours per month to meetings and activities. Members determine when and where the club meets, and what projects the club takes on. It's a gratifying return on a reasonable investment of time.
As a Kiwanis club member, you'll have a chance to change young people's lives - by getting directly involved.
Our Club meets Fridays from 12 noon to 1 pm for lunch at:
Dunstan Schoolhouse Restarant
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:
Annalee Rosenblatt, Club President, at 207-883-9025