Kiwanis Membership Orientation  View Large




Learn About Kiwanis

Kiwanis Facts

Kiwanis Structure

Kiwanis History

District History


Meets 7:00 PM, Tuesday,

BrickHouse Brewery, Patchogue


P.O. Box 605, Patchogue, NY 11772

Mission Statement: Through camaraderie, leadership, and teamwork of our members with a focus on children, we serve the needs of our community and the goals of Kiwanis International. 

Vision Statement: We will be the premiere service club in the community providing quality service, especially to children, while building upon our traditions and through the participation and teamwork of our dedicated membership.

Kiwanis International | NY District, Kiwanis

Suffolk East Division, Kiwanis 

Patchogue-Medford Key Club


Contact Us 


Member Page

I'm a member who forgot the user name or pass word. Remind me















Photo Gallery


Club Activity


Weekly Calendar


Year Calendar

Santa's 5K Toy Trot, Dec. 7

Download Race Application

Download Sponsor Application



Michael Murphy

Register Online

Kiwanian of

The Year


Michael D'Ambrosio

Patchogue Kiwanis Gives to Kamp Kiwanis

Kiwanis Cabin Pictures


Print Brochure Describing Patchogue Kiwanis

Print Brochure for Koins for Kids Cans



Latest in the Photo Gallery:

Camp Paquatuck


A Tradition of Service

Kiwanis Preps for It's Big Race


Santa’s 5K Toy Trot, in which up to a thousand runners will bring unwrapped toys for the club’s community toy drive, begins at Shorefront Park at 11:00 AM, Sunday, Dec. 7. The race, over a scenic course along Great South Bay, regularly attracts elite runners as well as hundreds of others from across Long Island. 

Pictured, front center, are Race Director Nick Harding and club President Walter Ladick. They are joined, left to right, by committee members Jeff Vollmuth, Ed Hughes, Mike Wisniewski and Tom Keegan.

Patchogue Kiwanis Hosts Picnic for Camp Paquatuck Campers

Checking the timing of the feeding of the campers at Camp Paquatuck is Project Chairman, Robert Lawless who oversaw the preparation of the food by Patchogue Kiwanians and their families. What has turned out to be an annual event for the club is a complement to the club’s sending  kampers to Kamp Kiwanis. Camp Paquatuck is owned by the Rotary Club and is located in Center Moriches, Long Island, New York. The facility specializes in caring for special needs children and provides intense coverage of care for these children. For the Patchogue Kiwanis Club, the early evening event allows for the joining of the campers, counselors, and Kiwanian families for picnicking, face painting and ice cream floats.  A local car club brought several vintage custom cars for everyone to enjoy. 

Patchogue Kiwanis Hosts A Dozen Kampers To Kamp Kiwanis

The Kiwanis Club of Patchogue sponsored a dozen enthusiastic young kampers to New York District’s kamp in Taberg, New York. The kampers joined others sponsored by clubs all over the district. Shown here from the left assisting kampers  onto the bus, are Walter Ladick, Club President, a happy kamper and Michael Wisniewski, Club Director. Club Board Member, Michael D’Amrosio also assisted in the send off while Club Secretary, Ken Picard directed the selection of the kampers.  Sending kampers has been a long going project of the club as well as the construction of a kabin at Kamp Kiwanis.





Patchogue Kiwanis holds 50th Annual Invitational Golf Klassic 

The Patchogue Kiwanis sponsored its 50th annual golf tournament at the Baiting Hollow Country Club on Long Island with over 70 golfers competing. Golfers from far away as Pennsylvania and New Jersey participated in an event designed to raise funds for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation as well as for the club’s many Child Service Projects. Designed to be a class affair, the golfers traveled to their starting tees to the sound of a bagpipes at a Robert Trent Jones designed golf course formerly known as Fox Hill. 

Leaders of the event are shown here smiling before the commencement of golfing. From the left, Robert Lawless, Committee Co Chairman; Susan Gomberg, Director of Development, Crohns and Colitis Foundation; Michael D’Ambrosio, Committee, Co-Chairman; Walter Ladick, Jr., Club President; and Phil Muller, Committee Co Chairman. 

The Patchogue Kiwanis Club now in its 76th year, fancies itself as being , “Champions To Children”  

















Copyright Kiwanis Club of Patchogue 2001-2014  Updated:11/20/2014