Serving the children of the world.


Club News

Brooklyn Community Easter Egg Hunt Sponsored by the Brooklyn Kiwanis Club Scheduled for April 15, 2017 - 03/27/2017

On Saturday April 15th, the Brooklyn Kiwanis Club will be hosting the annual Community Easter Egg Hunt in Brooklyn.  The Easter Egg hunt will be held at Columbia Upper Elementary School's Football Field, which is located at 321 School Street in Brooklyn.  The public is invited to attend this free event, which will begin at 10:00 a.m.  sharp! Children up to age 11 will be able to hunt for Easter eggs, toys, candy, and prizes. The Grand Prizes will be six bikes, two scooters and 2 tricycles.  Free donuts provided by Petey's Donuts for the children.  Donations are being accepted from the community to help with this event.  For more information on the Easter...

Brooklyn Kiwanis and Scout Cabin Association Offering American Flag Program - 03/01/2017
news image

The Brooklyn Kiwanis and Brooklyn Scout Cabin Association have begun taking orders for their new American Flag Program to be launched this summer. For $40 / year, an American Flag, bought locally and made in the U.S.A, will be posted in customers’ yards for the following holidays: Armed Forces Day thru Memorial Day; Flag Day; Independence Day; Labor Day through 9/11; and Veterans Day. “We loved the idea helping our neighbors show their patriotism, while also helping our local kids through Kiwanis programs and the Brooklyn Scout Cabin Association,” says organizer Mark Holbert.

Those interested in participating can print an application online at, or...

Hundreds of Items Donated for K-Kids Clothing Drive - 10/01/2016
news image

For the past few weeks the K-Kids of Columbia Upper Elementary School have been collecting clothing and winter wear from members of the community for their first annual clothing drive / swap. Students donated clothes, winter coats, snow pants and other items that they had outgrown. For each item donated, they received a credit that they could then use to shop in the K-Kids store during conferences. For those who didn’t have credits, everything was marked at $5 or less.


“We wanted to give local families a way to get coats, snow pants and other clothes before it gets too cold,” says 4th grader, Blythe McClain. “It turned out really well for our first year.”...