Meals on Wheels

Pick up time 11am at 300 Burt Street on Oakwood Avenue, Syracuse, NY. Contact Michael Waltrous (315) 478-5948 x213. If you go alone, call 24 hours ahead and MOW will provide someone (a server) to take the meals to people while you drive.


June 28th
Tim Griesel

July 5th & 12th
Laurie Rachetta

July 19th & 26th
Jerry Wright


Would You Like
To Be A Featured Speaker in One of
Our Weekly Programs?

Contact Ernie Wass, Secretary
and Program Chairman
(315) 458-3475.

Special Functions
& Meetings

June 23-26, 2016
Kiwanis International Convention
Toronto, Canada
$300 Registration Fee

July 13-16, 2017
Kiwanis International Convention
Paris, France


Next Board Meeting
July 14th, 2016


We Are Continuing Our 62nd Consecutive Year of Round Robins!!:

Interclub Meetings 2015-2016

North Syracuse
Syracuse Young Professionals

Recent Guest Speakers

Jessica DeCerce
Governor's Representative, CNY Region

Ernie Wass, Secretary, presents Jessica DeCerce, Governor's Representative for the CNY Region with a certificate of appreciation.

Jessica DeCerce lives locally in East Syracuse, NY. She shared Governor Andrew Cuomo's Upstate Revitalization Initiative with us. It is a plan for economic development in 5 counties including Onondaga. The Attorney General obtained a $1.5 billion bank settlement. The Governor wants to stimulate the upstate economy. Regional economic councils were established and submitted plans. Three regions each received $500,000. The 3 winning plans are named Finger Lakes Forward, Southern Tier Soaring, and CNY Rising.

Natalie Rodrigues, Secretary
Engineering For A Sustainable Society
Sanitation Fund Raising Project In Guatemala
A Project From Engineers Without Borders

Ernie Wass presents a certificate of appreciation to Natalie Rodrigues, Simon Morrin and Jeremy Driscoll.

Ernie Wass, Secretary, presents a certificate of appreciation to Natalie Rodrigues, Simon Morrin, and Jeremy Driscoll from the group Engineers Without Borders.

The project that Natalie and her team are undertaking in Las Majadas, Guatemala was identified by the Peace Corp. A school of 300 students and faculty needs adequate toilet facilities. At present, they have only 5 outhouses. Her team proposes to construct a group of eight composting toilets (four in use) and (four fermenting). Limited water is available in this village of 5,000 people. Project completion is targeted for June 15, 2016. Our Kiwanis Club sent a donation of $50 to Engineers Without Borders for this project.