The K-Family consists of over 600,000 member volunteers in 90 countries and territories. These Service Leadership Programs encompass about 15,000 different clubs, which involve adults, university students, high school students and younger kids. The Kiwanis Club of St. Stephen, NB sponsors a number of these club programs in area schools. We are always interested in starting new club programs in the community. If you know of a school or organization that would like to have this type of service leadership program, please contact us.
Kiwanis International is a worldwide service organization whose membership work to improve their communities. Kiwanis Clubs sponsor the other clubs in the Kiwanis family through advice, manpower and financial support. Kiwanis started in Detroit, Michigan in 1915 and now has clubs in over 80 countries. The defining statement for Kiwanis is – Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.
Aktion Club is the newest of the sponsored clubs in the Kiwanis family. The membership of these clubs is comprised of adults with disabilities. This club provides the members with an opportunity to provide service to their community.
K-Kids is a Kiwanis sponsored program for elementary school children. Membership in these clubs provides these children with the opportunity to develop self-esteem, leadership skills and respect while doing service work for others. Locally, there are K-Kids programs at St. Stephen Elementary and Milltown Elementary.
Builders Club is a service club for students in junior high and middle school. Currently a Builders Club program is operating at …
Key Club is the high school leadership program sponsored by Kiwanis. It is the largest student run service organization in the world at the high school level. Key Club boasts a world wide membership of over 240,000 students. Our local Kiwanis Club sponsors Key Club programs at St. Stephen High School.
Circle K is the largest student run service organization in the world. Clubs are found on university and college campuses in 15 countries. Sponsored by Kiwanis, Circle K clubs work to improve the communities in which they live and in the world around them. The members chose the projects they wish to undertake from hands-on service projects to fundraising – the choice is limitless.
Join us for our 6th Annual St. Stephen Kiwanis Trade Show at the Garcelon Civic Center May 3rd & 4th, 2019. Featuring more than 60 vendors from the Charlotte County Region and beyond! Want to …Read more →
Lisa Murphy presents Kiwanis donation to Donna Linton of the Food BankRead more →
Winner of Free Trade Show Booth
Tacks N Tapestry is the winner of the free booth at the Kiwanis Trade Show!Read more →
A good evening for all at the St. Stephen Kiwanis Club Charter Night 2018. Margaret Beaulieu was our Kiwanian of the year. Guest speaker Manny Estrada was interesting and entertaining.Read more →
Congratulations to Sarah Urdang, the Student of the Month for September 2018.Read more →
Connie S Jackson
I became a member of the St. Stephen Kiwanis Club in 2012. Some might say it was inevitable. My grandfather, James D Gallant, was a long standing member and my father, Richard D Gallant, is a long standing member to this day. When I became an empty-nester I knew I wanted to spend my newly acquired free time by volunteering within my community. I looked at all the local organizations and ultimately came back to my roots with Kiwanis. With a mantra like ‘Serving the Children of the World’ how could I not. Kiwanis is more than a meeting twice a month, it is a family. We look out for each other and we work diligently giving of our time and efforts supporting many of the needs in our community as well as international ones. I feel blessed to be a part of a club devoted to making a difference.
I became a member of the Kiwanis Club of St. Stephen in 2010 and took a 2 year break. I am now vice-president. I spear head parades and Touch a Truck projects
I became a member in 2016. I was new to the community and thought it would be an excellent opportunity to meet people and help the community. In 2018 I became the secretary of the club.
I have been a member since 1991, am a past President 1994-95 and the current Treasurer. I have served 15 years on the board of directors for The Boys & Girls Club of Charlotte County – proudly assisting growth from infancy to its current success, including founding the Bingo At The Bay Project which raised approximately $400,000 for the club. I am a Kiwanis Key Leader advisor and chaperone, was Kiwanian of the Year in 2013-14 and recipient of the Kiwanis Fellow Award in 2014. I am currently employed as business manager at Charlotte County Chevrolet in St. Stephen, NB.