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Meets 7:00 PM, Tuesday,

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 2015 | Results


A Tradition of Service


Patchogue Kiwanis Installs New Officers For The 79th Year  

      New leaders have been installed for the Kiwanis Club of Patchogue 2016-2017 year. From the left are Mark Charvat, Immediate Past President; Ryan Vollmuth, Out Going Secretary: Joseph Ilg, Incoming Secretary; Michael D’Ambrosio, President; Patrick McPeak, President-Elect; Julie Watterson, Suffolk East Division Lt Gov; Stephen Sergiovanni. New York Kiwanis District Governor: and Jeffrey Vollmuth, Treasurer.  The ceremony took place at Stella Trattoria in Blue Point.   

Patchogue Kiwanis uses the slogan “Champions to Children”.

Currently, it is planning its annual Toy Trot at Patchogue’s Shorefront

Park. Last year it collected over 1,000 toys which were distributed to needy

children in the area. 1,000 runners and walkers are expected to participate

this year on Dec 4th.   MORE PICTURES


      Golf Tournament Honors “Kiwanis Champion To Children”

The Kiwanis Club of Patchogue sponsored its annual Golf Klassic at the Baiting Hollow Golf Club on July 11. Golfers from the tri-state area participated in the event honoring Dan Maher for his support of research for Pediatric Crohn’s Disease provided by the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation. The tournament’s proceeds went to this foundation as well as to Patchogue Kiwanis’ “Children As Priority One” mission. Mr. Maher is the Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of the Excess Line Association of New York. His strong support of Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation started when his daughter was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease which is a lifelong, chronic auto immune disease that affects the digestive system. Awarding a Kiwanis plaque of recognition (from the left) is Kiwanis Tournament Co-chairman, Phil Muller; honoree,  Dan Maher; Mark Charvat, President of Patchogue Kiwanis; and Tournament Co-chairman, Mike D’Ambrosio. Tournament Co-chairman, Robert Lawless was unavailable for the ceremony. More Photos


      Kiwanis Baskets For Thanksgiving

e K The Kiwanis Club of Patchogue again this year is making Thanksgiving happier for scores of area families. The club’s Holiday Bag Project, led by President Mark Charvat and chaired by member Glen Charvat, distributed 130 turkeys and 100 grocery bags filled with dinner fixings. Key Clubs from Patchogue-Medford and Bellport High Schools helped the assembly project at Emanuel Lutheran Church. Area churches were enlisted to distribute the items to needy recipients.


Money for Student Programs

Two Patchogue-Medford School District programs are being helped by the Kiwanis Club of Patchogue. $3500 is helping a literacy program at South Ocean Avenue Middle School, and a $5000 grant will help fund the award winning Robotics Club at the High School.
















Beautification Project Marks Kiwanis  International 100th

The Kiwanis Club of Patchogue chose a Patchogue Village beatification project to mark the 100th birthday of Kiwanis International. The club itself is 77 years old. The sidewalk bench it sponsored is installed on West Main Street in front of BrickHouse Brewery. The Kiwanis members pictured are (left to right} incoming President Mark Charvat, Phil Muller, Robert Albinowski, Dr. Robert Borowski, Michael Wisniewski, retiring President, Walter Ladick, Jr., Joseph Ilg, Robert Walch, Patrick McPeak, Michael D’Ambrosio, retiring Secretary, J. Glen Charvat, James McPeak, George Hoag and James Roche. The club is now working on its Santa’s 5K Toy Trot which will be held Dec. 6 at Shorefront Park.


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