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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.

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Santa's 5K Toy Trot

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A Tradition of Service

 

Kiwanis and Lions Join in Fellowship

More than 50 members of the Kiwanis Club of Patchogue and the Patchogue Lions Club attended a joint meeting Dec. 16 at the Kiwanis BrickHouse Brewery meeting place. Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center President and CEO Richard Margulis updated the members on the latest developments at the hospital including continuing construction of the $61 million Knapp Cardiac Care Center building and the year old Interventional Cardiology program. In the program, more than 1,300 lifesaving cardiac procedures have been performed. The Patchogue Kiwanis Club chartered Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center in 1954.

 

Pictured (left to right) are Lions Club President Daniel King, past hospital board chairman, Lion Robert Schwarz, Richard Margulis, and Kiwanis President and past hospital board chairman Walter Ladick.

 

Winners All Around At Santa's 5K Toy Trot | RESULTS

Despite cold and windy conditions, 738 runners competed in the Patchogue Kiwanis Club Santa’s 5K Toy Trot on Dec. 7, with the fastest runners making impressive times. The race started and ended at Shorefront Park in Patchogue and the first place winner, 36 year old Anthony Famiglietti from Nassau County set a course record time of 14:56. 25 year old Dan Gregaro of Bay Shore and 22 year old Nicholas Lemon of Sag Harbor were close behind. The first place female runner was 54 year old Barbara Gubbins of Southhampton.

In the picture (left to right) are Lemon, Gargano, Farmigletti, Race Director Nick Harding, Gubbins, third place female Maggie Tighe and Patchogue Kiwanis President Walter Ladick.

Race participants brought 800 toys for needy children. Kiwanis Club members and other volunteers helped make the event a great success.

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.

Thanksgiving Baskets Aid More Than 600 People

168 Patchogue area families are enjoying a happier Thanksgiving thanks to the Kiwanis Club of Patchogue and The Patchogue-Medford High School Key Club. The Kiwanis club delivered 96 turkeys and bags filled with all the trimmings as well as 32 additional turkeys and 40 $25 King Kullen gift cards. The goodies were delivered through 10 local churches and through 6 Kiwanis members with specific requests. The bags were decorated and packed at Emanuel Lutheran Church by Kiwanis and Key Club members. The Thanksgiving baskets are a Patchogue Kiwanis tradition.

 

 

 

Kiwanis Float Sparkles at Christmas Parade

Patchogue Kiwanis members led by Robert Albinowski (second from right) put their construction skills to use to build a festive float for the Patchogue Main Street Christmas Parade. Other builders were (left to right)

Mike Wisniewski, Ken Picard, Tom Keegan, and Jim Roach.

In the parade, the float was graced by a group of spirited Kiwanis kids.

The float is an annual club project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright Kiwanis Club of Patchogue 2001-2014  Updated:12/17/2014