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Club Information

For more information contact:

Dale Worden - Secretary Phone: 585-346-0156
Email: Dale
Alvin Laney - President Phone: 585-382-3104
Email: Alvin

Meeting Place Information:

The Yard of Ale (winter months)
Piffard, NY
Map to The Yard of ale

Thursday 7:00 PM

Kiwanis Park (summer months)
Leicester, NY
Map to Kiwanis Park

Meetings in the park are pot luck style.
Bring a dish to pass and your eating utensils.
Meat will be provided for a minimum fee.
And we have fun! Come and enjoy with us!

Other General Information:

TENT RENTAL ~York-Leicester Kiwanis has a Party tent setup for rent.
A red and white striped tent, 20 X 30 feet.
Setup and take down by Kiwanis Club.
Fee $150.00/day within York Central School District.
$175.00/day In surrounding area.
Contact: Dutch VanRy to schedule reservations 585-243-2126

STARR PARK AND AREA PLAYGROUNDS ~York-Leicester Kiwanis has been instrumental in building and maintaining Starr Park in Leicester as a recreational facility used throughout the year by individuals, families, and community groups. Although some assistance is provided by the Village and Town of Leicester, the buildings and grounds have been built and are maintained by Y-L Kiwanians. In addition to this large-scale project in Leicester, the club also supports two other playgrounds in the York School District.

AREA 21 SPEICAL OLYMPICS ~York-Leicester Kiwanis is a regular sponsoring organization at the Area 21 Special Olympics. For over twenty years, Kiwanians have provided fun-filled games and special prizes for participants between Olympic events.

FOURTH OF JULY ~York-Leicester Kiwanis members serve on the organizational committee of the York-Leicester Field Day Association. In conjunction with other community groups, Kiwanians work annually to both set up for and tear down after the festivities. At the patriotic event, Kiwanians cook and sell thousands of hot dogs, donating all proceeds back to the Field Day Association for future events.