The Kiwanis Club of Two Rivers is one part of Kiwanis International, a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one community and one child at a time. The name "Kiwanis" means "we trade" or "we share our talents." It was coined from the American Indian expression "Nunc Kee-wanis." Kiwanians are volunteers changing the world through service to children and communities. Kiwanis members help shelter the homeless, feed the hungry, mentor the disadvantaged, and care for the sick. They develop youth as leaders, build playgrounds, raise funds for pediatric research, and much more. No problem is too big or too small. Why? Because working together, members achieve what one person cannot accomplish alone. When you give a child a chance to learn, experience, dream, and succeed, great things happen! Members and clubs have contributed more than $80 million toward the past effort of global elimination of iodine deficiency disorders (IDD), the leading preventable cause of mental retardation.
Projects & Donations
These are just a few of the many projects & donations of the Two Rivers Kiwanis Club!
Iodine Deficiency Disorder
Fundraisers & Community Events
Pancake Breakfast on SuperBowl Sunday Fish Derby & Festival on third full weekend of July
Meals on Wheels ∙ Sunday Supper ∙ Point Beach State Forest Campground Clean-Up ∙ Read Around the World ∙ Coats for Kids ∙ S.O.S. (Site of Senses) – unit for Visually-Impaired Children ∙ Three (3) Pediatric Bags for TR Fire/Rescue Dept ∙ Crop Walk ∙ Woodland Dunes ∙ Music Depts of TR High School, Roncalli, & Lutheran High School ∙ Five (5) $1,000.00 scholarships for graduating seniors ∙ Two Rivers Ecumenical Pantry (TREP) – $1,000 Christmas donation ∙ Community Thanksgiving Dinner ∙ Manitowoc County Youth Hockey Association ∙ Badger Girls State ∙ Two Rivers Horseshoe League (shelter) ∙ Rogers Street Fishing Village ∙ TR High School Post Prom ∙ TR School Senior Lock-In ∙ Camp Invention ∙ Girl Scouts of Manitou Council ∙ Make-A-Wish Foundation ∙ TR Police Dept D.A.R.E. Program ∙ Hamilton Memorial Home (summer flowers) ∙ Easter Seals Camp Wawbeek (located in WI Dells) ∙ Sponsor a student to Camp Waubeek ∙ Boy Scouts of America ∙ Benefit Funds for children ∙ Banners for Bravo Co. 121st Infantry Return ∙ Domestic Violence Center ∙ Neshotah Park Beach House Shelter ∙ Scoreboards in parks ∙ Flag poles & flags ∙ Rawley Point Bike/Walking Trail ∙ Bandstand in Central Park
Officers & Directors
WILLIAM KEIL, JR.
Past Lieutenant Governors
Live Derby Updates
Fish registration closed at 10:00 pm. Brown Trout Steve LeClair (11.1) Tom Kiefer (11.1) Jay Kortens (3.9) Coho James Sieracki (8.7) Adam Loose (0.4) King Jim Blaha (25.4) Mike Heinzen (24.7) Barry Frish (24.3) Andy Pritzl (24.0) Paul Herrmann (23.9) Laker Brian Reed (21.9) Travis Ashenbrenner (15.3) Tom Nowak (14.7) Brian Reed (12.4) Travis Ashenbrenner[…]
As of 4:41
King Salmon Mike Heineken (24.7) Barry Fresh (24.3) Eric Schaub (23.7) David Mott (22.8) Cory Kozlowski (21.8) Brown Trout Jay Kortens (3.9) Laker Brian Reed (21.9) Travis Ashenbrenner (15.3) Tom Nowak (14.7) Brian Reed (12.4) Travis Ashenbrenner (12.0) Rainbow Dalton Genrich (14.1) Rod Stoffel (12.2) Pete Van Handle (11.8) Ray Gessler (11.8) Chris Dallas (11.7)
Update as of 1:54
21.9 pound lake trout
King Salmon Barry Frish (24.3) Eric Schaus (23.7) David Mott (22.8) Cory Kozlowski (21.8) Addison Schmidt (21.2) Brown Trout Jay Kortens (3.9) Laker Andy Wondrash (11.5) Greg Gates (10.2) Greg Gates (9.7) Cory Kozlowski (5.6) Dan Schaus (5.0) Rainbow Dalton Genrich (14.1) Rod Stoffel (12.2) Pete Van Handle (11.8) Craig Rysticken (11.3) Tom Lyons (10.8)