Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. The Kiwanis Club of Berea is dedicated to serving the local community through various service and fundraising projects. Our club has been in service to our community for more than 95 years. We are part of Kiwanis International, an organization serving children for over 100 years.
Kiwanis International, as a whole, has over 7,000 clubs on six continents and these clubs host over 150,000 service project each year- and we have fun along the way. Kiwanians have a smile so big, you could say it stretches more than a hundred years. What started as a way to bring people together for the greater good has grown into a global network of do-gooders — connected by a love of people and possibilities.
In the Berea Kiwanis club, we impact our local community and all of those around us. Every year, we participate in the Berea City Club Rib Burn-off, Grindstone Festival, Cuyahoga County Fair, Oktoberfest Harvest Festival, BWU Football Admissions, Hanson House Golf Outing, Pancake Breakfast Festival, July 4th and Jack Frost Parade, American Flags over Berea, Berea Arts Fest, Empty Bowl Fund Raiser, Jack Frost Festival, and Dining for Dollars. With the money we fundraise, we offer 5 student scholarships and donate to Athletic Boosters, Pay-to-Play, Special Needs Students, Post Prom, Titan Relays, Alumni Association, "Realize Your Potential" Program, Teachers First Day, Kiwanis Student Leadership Programs, and All Pro Dad's breakfast. Each year, we add more and more service projects- which means we always need more members! Learn how to join us here!
Meeting Times and Dates
We meet every Tuesday at Tony K's Bar & Grille 841 W Bagley Rd. Berea, Oh 44017
The meetings begin at 6:30 p.m.
Those wanting to have dinner can come early (5:00-5:30) to eat