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Perfect Attendance awards presented to six Madison West Kiwanians
2/7/2016

On Friday, February 5, six Kiwanians were recognized for Perfect Attendance....

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Legion of Honor Awards presented to five Madison West Kiwanians
2/6/2016

On February 5, Legion of Honor Awards were presented to Terry Stewart (25 years),...

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Youth and Community Grant Applications due April 1, 2016
1/15/2016

The Club Board of Directors has approved $15,000 to be available for Youth and...

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Scholarship Applications Due February 1, 2016
12/9/2015

Madison West Kiwanis has three scholarships available to high school seniors...

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Ski Scholarship Applications due Dec 4
10/25/2015
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ASA Ski Scholarship applications are due to Ken Saville on December 4. Scholarships...

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Youth and Community Grant Application Deadline - April 1, 2016

Madison West Kiwanis Club has allocated $15,000 for the 2016 Youth and Community Grants. This is a fifty percent increase over 2015. Grants will be awarded to Madison area nonprofit organizations and must be submitted by April 1, 2016. Each application must have a sponsor who is a member of Madison West Kiwanis. In 2015 five youth and four community grants were awarded. Application forms can be found on this web site on the Grant page. Contact Ron ( Admin@madisonwestkiwanis.com ) with questions.

       2015 Youth Grant Recipients with grant chair Arlin Brannstrom

Recipient organizations are Lussier Community Center, Dyslexia Center Madison, Boys and Girls Club Dane County, Gio's Garden, and Aldo Leopold Center.

 

Madison West Kiwanis

           Serving the Madison, Wisconsin Community Since 1959

The Madison West Kiwanis Club was chartered in 1959 and is a member of the Wisconsin-Upper Michigan District. As with most Kiwanis clubs, the Madison West Kiwanis Club is a snapshot of the community, with members (men and women) from all walks of life and at every step of the career ladder. We are unified in the belief that children and the community benefit from the efforts of caring and involved volunteers. In a typical year, the club invests more than 1000 volunteer hours and $35,000 in support of the Madison community. Through these efforts, the organization truly leaves a lasting impression on future generations.

We hope you will peruse the balance of our Madison West Kiwanis Club website to learn about the different community service activities in which we’re involved. Please consider attending one of our weekly programs which includes a lunch and  a speaker. We would very much enjoy having you visit.  The members get together every Friday from 11:45am to 1:00pm at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 326 South Segoe Road.