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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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Suffolk East Division, Kiwanis 

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Michael Murphy

 

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Robert Lawless

 

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J. Glen Charvat

 

Patchogue Kiwanis Gives to Kamp Kiwanis

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Nicholas Harding, Jr.

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Jeffrey Vollmuth

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Santa's 5K Toy Trot

Christmas Parade

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Robert Walch

 

 

A Tradition of Service

 

Patchogue Kiwanis, Key Club & Venture Crew Will Join Forces to Flip Flap Jacks

Side by Side, Members of the Patchogue Kiwanis Club, Patchogue Medford High School Key Club and Venture Crew will work at its annual Patchogue Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast which will be held at the Patchogue Fire Department, 15 Jennings Ave on Sunday, January 26th from 8:00AM to Noon. Shown here are some Patchogue Kiwanians making plans for the coming event. In addition, there will be a raffle of an iPad Mini with Retina Display and a Memorabilia Silent Auction. Proceeds of the event are targeted  to support Patchogue’s  Sponsored Youth Programs.  The Kiwanis Club has a long tradition of working hand in hand with it’s youth membership. From the left front are Club President, Dr. Robert Borowski and Project Chairman, Edward Hughes are shown here displaying  a sign highlighting the event.

 

Santa's 5K Toy Trot is Big Success

Patchogue Kiwanis Santa’s 5K Toy Trot Draws a Large Lot of Runners & 800 Toys For Needy Kids In near freezing weather over 600 runners participated in a festive 5K road race which started and ended by the Shorefront Park in the Village of Patchogue on Sunday. With the assistant of sponsors and many volunteers, one from far away as Russia, the race went well. President, Dr. Robert Borowski, said that everything went smoothly from the festive response of the runners, the Village of Patchogue, municipal service organizations, businesses and  volunteers to Kiwanis family members.  

Shown here are award presenters and the recipients of trophies and cash to the fastest three male runners. From the left are: Nick Harding, Kiwanis Toy Trot Chairman; third place winner, James Weider; second place winner, Chris Mammone; first place winner, Gregg Cantwell and presenter, Patti Seal, Patchogue Village Clerk. 

Shown here are award presenters and recipients of trophies to the fastest three female runners. From the left are Santa Claus; Kiwanis Toy Trot Chairman, Nick Harding; third place winner, Eileen Donlon; second place winner, Katie McGrath; first place winner, Laura Cummings, and presenter, Patti Seal, Patchogue Village Clerk. Toys collected from the runners will be distributed to the needy children of the community. Overall Results    Results by Category   Thanks to Our Sponsors

 

Patchogue Kiwanis Santa’s 5K Toy Trot Gets Support from Local Benefactor

Shown (from the left) are Michele and Dave Knapp of the Island Outreach Foundation; Nick Harding, Toy Trot Chairman; and Ron and Bob Beattie of Island Timing. Island Outreach Foundation was the Title Sponsor for the Toy Trot and Island Timing provided the timing and result calculation of race results. The group discussed the logistics of the Patchogue Kiwanis Toy Trot project as well as support for the needs of the community’s children.  

 

Albinowski Spearheads Patchogue Christmas Parade Float Building

Past President, Robert Albinowski, rallied the troops and troopettes to freshen up the Christmas Parade Float with new floorboards and a shelter to protect it from the weather. In conjunction with the Toy Trot Committee, the signage was designed to hawk the upcoming racing event. The idea was to build enthusiasm  for the race which would take place on the following week Sunday at the Shorefront Park in Patchogue. New lighting also helped accentuate the design of the float. Kiwanians, wives and children all participated in the building as well as singing on the float during the parade. Key Clubbers and Venture Crew members passed out 1,000 candy canes to the chilly night parade observers.  

 

Patchogue Kiwanis Joins Forces With Key Club & Venture Crew To Prepare Holiday Food Baskets

Assembling 85 food baskets, 130 Turkeys and distributing 40 food cards for the Thanksgiving Holiday are members of the Patchogue Kiwanis Club, Patchogue Medford Key Club and the Venture Crew . The Key Club and Venture Crew which are sponsored by the Patchogue Kiwanis periodically join in to provide community service and are shown here preparing the baskets at the Emanuel Lutheran Church for distribution to needy families. The project is chaired by Kiwanians J. Glen and Mark Charvat. This year, the Patchogue club celebrates its 75th year of service to the community and especially to children.

 

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