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.

2016 SCHEDULE:

March 1 & 8
Jerry Wright

March 15 & 22
Ernie & Sue Wass

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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

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Next Board Meeting
March 10, 2016
1:15pm

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

Interclub Meetings 2015-2016

Auburn
Baldwinsville
DeWitt
Fulton
Liverpool
North Syracuse
Oswego
Owasco-Fleming
Solvay-Geddes-Camillus
Syracuse Young Professionals

Next Meeting:
Thursday, March 3rd, 12:15pm

Welcome Mike Zappala
Our Newest Member!

Mike was formally inducted into Kiwanis at the Division Council Meeting on February 24th.

Ernie Wass, Secretary, Mike Zappala, Our New Member, and Lt. Gov. Joseph Eppolito at the Division Council Meeting.

A Special Thank You

To Village of East Syracuse Mayor Robert Tackman!

Robert spoke about his position as Mayor and about projects and problems in the Village of East Syracuse. He is a part time Mayor, in the third year of a four year term.

The Village Police Department has been abolished. East Syracuse pays $375,000 per year to the Town of DeWitt for police service, which includes one patrol car assigned to the Village 24/7. This change saved the Village 1.25 million dollars per year.

Although Robert works full time as a banker with a local credit union, he takes time to be a “hands on” Mayor. He rides with the Police and Fire Departments on calls to see first hand what goes on in the Village. Some programs which he recommended or are underway are: upgrades to the Parks & Recreation Department, a possible banquet center, concerts in the park, CPR courses, and a Heman Street Senior Center. You can read more about him on his Facebook page under his name.

Secretary Ernie Wass presents Mayor Robert Tackman
with a certificate of appreciation.