The Kiwanis Club of Te Awamutu, New Zealand

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The Kiwanis Club of Te Awamutu is a community service club open to men and women of good character. Our 12 members are of varying ages and walks of life. Our aim is to make our community a better place in which to live. We tend to be doers rather than writers of checks. Our primary emphasis is on projects and activities which benefit families and young children in the Te Awamutu area.

About The Kiwanis Club of Te Awamutu
  Background and information about membership in our organization.
Our officers
  The rogues gallery.  Names, contact details and pictures for our officers and directors.
Major Service Activities
  Descriptions of our major service activities and events.
Other Service Activities
  Pictures and descriptions of how we help our community.
Club Calendar
 Schedule of meetings, upcoming speakers and other events.
About our town
 See why we are proud to live in Te Awamutu - "Rose Capital of New Zealand".
Go to district home page
Our club is proud of:
The early fulfillment of our five-year financial pledge to the Kiwanis IDD Project (Iodine Deficiency Disorder - a world service project of Kiwanis International to fight this crippling disease of children)
Our national award from the Keep New Zealand Beautiful Society in recognition of our work on the Yarndley's Bush and Ngaroto Lake Walkway projects.

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The web pages of the Kiwanis Club of Te Awamutu have been in existence since January 1996.

This home page has been accessed   Hit Counter   times since 1 November, 1998.

Page last updated by webmaster@kiwanis.org.nz (David Fentress) on 3 August, 2012.
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