Oct. 1 marks the start of the new Kiwanis year, with Gov. Forbes Irvine and his board of lieutenant governors starting their year leading the New York District.
Note that mailing address for the district office has changed with the start of the new year. The e-mail address remains unchanged.
The 2015-16 district officers, lieutenant governors and district chairs are posted here on the web site. Club officers have now been updated as well.
Four new Kiwanis Clubs opened in September:
- East Farmingdale in the Suffolk West Division.
The club had its opening meeting Sept. 24. Lt. Gov. Brenda Johnson and her team helped organize the club. The Charter President is Patrick Burns and Charter Secretary is Chris Lindsley.
- Grand Island in the Niagara Frontier North Division.
Involved in forming the new club were Lt. Gov. Diane Hoffman, New Club Opener Gov. Eric G. Paul and Club Counselor Bruce Pivetz. The charter president is Lauren Ode, a former Key Club lieutenant governor, and the charter secretary is Bruce Pivetz.
- Floral Park in the Long Island North Division.
Assisting were Lt. Gov. Luisa Filipe and Club Opener Jerry Rudnick. The charter president is Aman Kaur, and the charter secretary is Jerry Rudnick.
- Lancaster in the Niagara Frontier South Division.
The club had its club opening meeting on Sept. 3. New Club Opening Chair DPG Joe Eppolito congratulated Lt. Gov. Chuck Eckert and Club Opener Larry Johnson. The charter president is Jacob Massaker and charter secretary is Nick Osika.
New ESK Available
The first Empire State Kiwanian of the new Kiwanis Year is in the mail and available here on the web site.
Included are articles by the new governor, Gov. Forbes Irvine, several other district leaders and coverage of the district convention in August.