Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World
Warsaw
Serving the Children of the World

Name Chairs Description
Athletic Awards Each year the Scholar Athletes of Warsaw Community High School are recognized by the Kiwanis Club of Warsaw with lunch, introductions, and certificates at a club meeting. In order to achieve Scholar Athlete status, you must be active in a sport or sports and maintain a high grade point average as determined by WCHS.
Attendance Front Desk Responsible to take attendance and sign-in guests and senior members
Audit Each year, per club by laws, the audit committee is "To perform the annual financial examination. This club has a standing financial review committee composed of two or more qualified (members in good standing with financial or accounting experience) club members, excluding any board members. Selection of members will be determined by vote of the club board. Committee members terms shall be for one year each, October 1 – September 30. It is recommended that no person servers more than three (3) consecutive terms. Note: An annual examination of financial records should include, but not be limited to, bank reconciliations, income, disbursements, budgets, balance sheets and income and expense statements for both the administrative and service accounts, budgets, and any other financial records or reports of the club".
Bell Ringing Each year, the club President will attend the drawing for bell ringing dates. Once the date is determined, the chair of the committee will prepare and provide a listing of locations, times and dates for club members to volunteer to "Ring the Bell for Salvation Army". The chair shall track all volunteers on the website sign up, also.
Biblical Gardens Clean up of biblical gardens in Warsaw
Board of Directors Meets at 5:15 pm on the first Wed. of each month at the Kosciusko Community Foundation bldg.
Christmas Family
Club Historian
Fellowship
Food Drive
Fruit Basket Sales The Kiwanis Christmas Fruit Basket includes: 1 Peck Basket ~ 2 Red Grapefruit ~ 4 Jumbo Navel Oranges 3 Honey Crisp Apples ~ 4 Red Delicious Apples ~ 3 Golden Delicious Apples Makes a Perfect Gift for Family, Friends, Neighbors and Employees!
Highway Cleanup
House & Reception
Induction
Interclub
Membership & Retention
Mobile Meals Deliver mobile meals from Hospital to county residents in need of nutritiously balanced meals.
New Member Orientation
Newsletter Prepare and distibute an weelky newsletter to all members
Pancake & Eggs The purpose of this committee is to put on a Pancake & Egg breakfast where the profits go to Riley Hospital for Children and/or The KC Riley Kids Fund (at the President/Board's discretion. This fundraiser helps the Kiwanis Clubs of Indiana achieve their commitment of $200,000 to Riley each year for 5 years. This fundraiser also qualifies for a competition in each Division for the highest amount raised for Riley in a single event. The KC Riley Kids Fund provides assistance with gas and food cards for families with children receiving treatment at Riley Hospital for Children.
Playground Committee formed to research, plan and install playground at Kiwanis Park on Smith Street
Programs
Project Eliminate Solicit funds and support for thei Kiwanis International Project
Publicity / PR The Publicity Committee exists to promote the Warsaw Kiwanis Club and its activities.
Raffle Ticket Sales - Riley Children's Hospital
Read Around the World Responsible for scheduling committee members and interested club members to read to the children of Head Start Preschool.
Roses Rose Committee is responsible for administering the annual Fund Raising Rose Project. The project involves the sale of roses, by the dozen, by members of the club to the general public. The roses are sold each spring, usually in March at such time as to not interfere with the school spring breaks. The committee members is to promote the sale of the roses to the public, help with the final accountability of the sales, and assist in the distribution of the roses on the day are made available.
Scholarship Awards This committee reviews applications submitted by high school seniors and college students applying for the Warsaw Kiwanis Club Scholarship and The Paul K. and M. Magdalene Miller Scholarship Fund held at the Kosciusko County Community Foundation. Committee activity takes place between April 10 and 30 each year. Members may expect to attend one to two meetings that may be up to 2.5 hours in length. Training on best pratices in reviewing applications is provided by the Kosciusko County Communit
Song leader/Music
Spiritual Aims The Spiritual Aims Committee is established to promote the spiritual aims of Kiwanis in various ways, with particular responsibility for: 1. Providing someone to give an Invocation at each club meeting. 2. Arranging for a Christmas program at the club meeting. 3. Arranging fo an Easter-week program at the club meeting. 4. Making arrangements and scheduling for the Salvation Army bell ringing at Christmas time.
Sponsored Youth Key Clubs, Circle K Club
Tools for School Formerly "Christmas in July"
Young Children: Priority One
Youth Services