Join us for a day of fun for the entire family
Our Club meets Fridays from 12 noon to 1 pm for lunch at:
The Egg & I, 183 U.S. Route 1, Scarborough
If you enjoy working with children and making a difference in your community,
then please come join us! Find out how YOU can make a difference!
If you are interested in becoming a Kiwanis member or learning more about Kiwanis contact:
Troy Hendrickson President at 207-222-1470
Joyce Leary Clark 207-329-8488 Club Secretary or
Sherry Forest 207-883-2775 Assistant Secretary
A few of the club members who helped out at our 32nd annual Kids Fishing Derby at Bayleys Camping Resort on Saturday, May 5. What a great day!
President Troy Hendrickson welcomes our newest member, Scarborough resident John Grew, who spoke to us a few weeks ago as a volunteer for Maine Audubon. Welcome to the club, John!
We had a great turnouf for our two speakers on Friday, April 13 - Walter Anderson, Chief Geologist, Appalachian Trail Maine Chapter, and Dr. Robert Marvinney, State Geologist and Director of the Maine Geological Survey.
Richard Reynolds was our speaker Friday, April 6. Richard is the owner of 30 Days Later, a Scarborough-based digital marketing and technology aide company.
Our speaker Friday, March 30 was Jeff Campbell, President of the Board of Trustee for the Portland Players. Jeff gave us a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at life in the theater.
On Friday, March 23, our speaker was Kerry Grantham, Sustainability Coordinator for the Town of Scarborough.
Our speaker Friday, March 16 was Nici Carbone, Executive Director of the Kids First Program.
Our speaker Friday, March 9 was Carolyn Nishon, Executive Director of the Portland Symphony Orchestra.
Club members (l-r) Rob Norton, Cheri Greable, Joyce Leary Clark, and Troy Hendrickson volunteered as Guest Chefs at the Portland Ronald McDonald House on Tuesday, February 27.
The club's speakers Friday, February 2 were Bill Dean (r) and Marc Poulin (l). Both Bill and Marc are CPAs and long-time members of the club. They gave the group an interesting and entertaining rundown of the new federal tax law changes.
On Friday, January 26, the club surprised our speaker, Peter Esposito, Food Services Director for the Scarborough and Cape Elizabeth schools, with our Hero of the Quarter award in recognition of his work with the school food backpack program. Peter and his staff work to make sure that low-income students take home food (including fresh fruits and vegetables) for long weekends and school vacations.
Scarborough Key Club office Katy Jutras gave a presentation to the club Friday, January 19 about her experience at Breakthrough, a service leadership program held the first week of January in Miami, Florida. Katy joined 33 other Key Club leaders from around the world to participate in service projects and enhance her leadership skills.
Simply log on at www.amazonsmile.com every time you shop, and choose the Kiwanis Club of Scarborough as your charity! Thank you!
Our speaker Friday, December 15 was our own Sharon Binette, Past New England/Bermuda District Distinguished Lieutenant Governor (also past club president and multi-term secretary), who gave us tips on how to use our website.
Scarborough Builders Club Volunteers for Partners for World Health
Builders Club volunteered for Partners for World Health to organize and pack medical items for shipment to areas around the globe in with critical need. We had six students, plus the Advisor Tom Griffin, his wife Mary and Kiwanis member Jim Damicis. Info on them is at www.partnersfor worldhealth.org.
Club members collected a number of items to donate to Family Crisis Services as a Kiwanis One Day project. We were pleased to be able to help families in need. Here's their thank you letter:
The Scarborough Kiwanis Club recently received a $1500 grant from the Walmart Foundation. The co-managers from the Scarborough Walmart Store made the presentation of the check to the Kiwanis Club at their luncheon meeting. The money was spent on turkeys for families receiving food from the Scarborough Food Pantry at Thanksgiving.
Left to right: co-managers Linda Smith and Chip Tracey, Ava Adams, Project Chair and Troy Hendrickson, President
Turkeys Delivered to Food Pantry and Back Pack Program for Thanksgiving Holiday
Scarborough Kiwanis Club donated 150 turkeys, 130 to the Scarborough Food Pantry and 20 to the Scarborough Backpack Program.
The Club received a grant from the Walmart Foundation which helped pay for the turkeys. This donation will provide a turkey to each family in need served by the Scarborough Food Pantry.
Cubby Bears Delivers to Ronald McDonald House
Scarborough Kiwanians Robert Talley and Ava Adams delivered ten "Cubby Bears" to Raymond Ruby, manager of the Portland Ronald McDonald house, on Friday, November 3.
Our annual poinsettia sale has started! Deadline for ordering is Wednesday, November 22. These make lovely business or hostess gifts.
Members of the Club preparing a meal that will feed families staying
at the Ronald MacDonald House
Cheri Greable helping to prepare food to feed families
L to R; Bob Donovan, wife Charlotte, Ava Adams and Robert Talley getting things ready to feed families staying at the Ronald MacDonald House.
Eddie Scott - Amercian Red Cross
Eddie Scott of the American Red Cross spoke to the club about the need for donations. Every 2 seconds someone needs blood!!!
Kiwanis International President Jane Erickson speaking to the club during our installation dinner at Duffy's Restaurant on September 29.
Executive Director of Coast Wise, Inc ~ Sea Scout BSA Program
Coastwise Incorporated’s mission is to conduct youth leadership training and support the sea scouting program of the Boy Scouts of America in the state of Maine. This is done through the ownership of sea scout vessels on behalf of individual units; through fundraising to support the ship's mission and operations; and by securing donations, grants, and providing other services and training that the unit's chartering organization and the Boy Scout Council might otherwise be unable to provide. With generous financial donations, volunteer commitment, strong partnerships and community relations, our program is one of the most unique opportunities to connect youth to the waterways of the Maine Coast and beyond.
The Sea Scouts are members of the International Scouting movement with focus on boating and water-based activities. A specialized program for older scouts, member units are called "Ships". Sea Scouting provides a chance for its membership to sail, cruise on boats, learn navigation, learn how to work on engines, compete in regattas and more. For over 100 years, Sea Scouting has promoted better citizenship through instruction and practice in water safety, boating skills, outdoor, service experiences, and knowledge of maritime culture and heritage.
Scarborough High School Scholarship Presentation
Jackie Perry and Neil Jamieson present this year's recipients with the scholarships on behalf of the Scarborough Kiwanis Club
Kiwanis Members at Touch a Truck Event
On Saturday, June 3rd the Scarborough Kiwanis attended the Scarborough Rotary annual Touch a truck event. Slugger stopped by to say hello to everyone.
Fishing Derby Winner Pete Melevesky, Age 7
On Saturday, May 13th the Scarborough Kiwanis Club held their 31st Annual Fishing Derby. The derby was held at Bayley's Campground, Pine Point Road, Scarborough. Pictured above is Pete Melevesky age 7 showing off the 17 inch Bass that he caught. This is the largest bass that has ever been caught at the derby.
Kelly Couture Director of Development Easter Seals, Maine
Spoke to the club about their work for veterans and preschoolers.
Jennell Carter of Casco Bay Butter
Casco Bay Butter makes all-natural artisan butters from cream that is sourced from dairy farms right here in Maine and Northern New England. All of our butters are crafted and hand packaged in Scarborough Maine. You can purchase our butter at seasonal farmers markets or at select stores throughout the North Atlantic. Please check out our store locator page to find out where you can purchase Casco Bay Butter.
Kiwanians Filled Easter Eggs to donate to the Scarborough Food Pantry
Camille Woodward Speaks About Essential Oils
Shawn Babine of Scarborough
Nate Wildes, Engagement Director
of Live and Work in Maine
As Engagement Director for Live and Work in Maine, Nate is focused on enabling people to seize the many opportunities for living and working here in Maine. A University of Maine graduate who followed employment to the mid-west only to come running back to the Way Life Should Be, Nate knows first-hand how under-appreciated our quality of life is – and how much opportunity there is for our future.
Ryan Fecteau of Good Shepherd Food Bank
JoEllen Clive Technology Instructional Coach for Wentworth School Grades 3-5
JoEllen works with all students and all staff at Wentworth, as well as with the Technology Instructional Coaches at the other schools in Scarborough. Prior to her role as Intructional Coach, JoEllen was a classroom teach in Scarborough Schools in grades 2-5 for 22 years.
Carole Brush, Executive Director of the
Eastern Trail Alliance
Lt. Governor Gloria Richer
Lt. Gloria speaks about the I-Plan and Formula.
Assistant Attorney General Paul Gauvreau
Assistant Attorney General and the President of the Lewiston-Auburn Kiwanis Club speaks about mental health services in Maine.
Muhidin Libah- Executive Director
Somali Bantu Community Association
Scarborough Kiwanis Little Free Library
Recently the Scarborough Kiwanis Club installed their "Little Free Library" on the Eastern Trail in Scarborough
Scarborough Key Club Members attend International Convention
Members Cameron Jury (left) and Molly Amann (right) recently attended the Key Club International Convention in Atlanta.
They spoke at the Kiwanis meeting on July 22nd and talked about their recent experience at the convention.
Finn Melanson of League of Women Voters
Recently Finn spoke with the Scarborough Kiwanis Club about his organization and what it was all about.
Godfrey Wood, Ex Director Habitat for Humanity
Godfrey Wood recently spoke to the Kiwanis club.