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100 years 1918-2018
We meet now, as we have since 1918, at the Hotel Dupont at noon on the first and third Wednesday (Except in the summer months when we skip the first Wednesday and only meet on the third Wednesday of the month. Our Board of Directors voted a change on 11/12/2012. We will hold an evening meeting, including our Service Leadership clubs we sponsor, on the 5th or the 4th Wednesday (When a month only has four). The evening meetings will start at 6:00 P.M.
and will usually be held at the Ed "Porky" Oliver Golf Club on DuPont Road in Wilmington DE.

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017
12:00 P.M.

An old television show called "Dennis the Menace" featured a tow-headed
brat who shouted to his neighbor as he entered the beleaguered gentleman's
home...HELLO, MR. WILSON!

You get to say that on Wednesday when our fellow Kiwanian Mr. Wilson shares
photos and words on his recent trip to Ireland. David Lee Wilson is a past
president of the Kiwanis Club of Wilmington and a Past Lt. Governor of the
old Seventh Division. Do come come to the Hotel duPont on 11/15/17, share
lunch and learn of Dave's travels. No, it's definitely not one of those
vacation slde shows that makes you sneak out the back door stealthily.
Dave Wilson does a good job at everything he does. And you can shout,
"HELLO, MR. WILSON." Was Dennis the menace Irish?
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Wednesday, January 17, 2018
12:00 P.M.
Program: Quarterly Civil Service Awards
Presented to our valiant Civil Servants. This meeting honors the
Police Officer, EMS and Fire Department recipients
of the Kiwanis Award for the fourth quarter of 2017. Join us as we pay tribute
to those who are singled out from each organization, choosing from people
all of whom put themselves at risk to protect us from fire, crime and
consequences of personal injury. These three awards are an attempt to
satisfy a debt to those who serve us all and are seldom recognized for
their effort. Our award winning Kiwanis Banner
for this meeting (as soon as it becomes available.).

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February 7, 2018 at 12:00 -- Hotel DuPont
Program: Lori's Hands

Maggie Ratnayake (Director) of Lari's Hands
Maggie Ratnayake is the Director of Lori’s Hands. She became the
first full-time staff person of Lori’s Hands in April 2017. Up until
that time, Lori’s Hands was entirely volunteer operated.
Lori’s Hands transforms students’ understanding of
community health by matching them with individuals living
with chronic illness in meaningful, helping relationships.
Community members receive in-home support and,
in turn, educate next-generation health leaders
about the experience of living with chronic illness.

Vision: Lori's Hands envisions a world in which all
individuals diagnosed with chronic illness can achieve
high quality of life while aging in place in their communities.

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
12:00 P.M EDT

Program: Annual Awards Presented to our valiant Civil Servants This meeting honors the Police Officer, EMS and Fire Department recipients of the Kiwanis Award the first quarter of 2018. Join us as we pay tribute to those who are singled out from each organization, choosing from people who all put themselves at risk to protect us from fire, crime and consequences of personal injury. These three awards are an attempt to satisfy a debt to those who serve us all and are seldom recognized for their effort.

Our award winning Kiwanis Banner for this meeting (as soon as it becomes available.). 
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Wednesday, May 16, 2018
12:00 P.M EDT

Program: Continuing over one half century of tradition, the Kiwanis Club of Wilmington hosts its 58th Annual Armed Forces Day on Wednesday, May 16, 2018. We hope that you can join us on this gala occasion, which is the 58th annual Armed Forces Day Luncheon of the Wilmington Kiwanis Club. The location will be held in the Gold Ballroom of the Hotel DuPont, and the event will begin promptly at noon. As you may know, this event honors Active Military, the National Guard and the reserve components of our Armed Forces, land, sea and air, as well as their civilian employers who lend their cooperation with respect to the drilling and training of these reservists. Because freedom is never free, we owe these people our continuing gratitude.

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Wednesday, June 6, 2018
12:00 P.M.

Be with us on June 6th, 2018 at noon in the Hotel DuPont for our first June meeting.
Our presenter is Larry Sullivan, Emergency Operations Manager with The Delaware
Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (DEVOAD) which is the state counterpart
to, and a member in good standing of, the National Voluntary Organizations
Active in Disaster (NVOAD). DEVOAD is an autonomous 501c3 non-profit
organization with all the rights afforded thereto; however, as a member of
the National VOAD it recognizes and complies with the policies and practices
set forth in the membership agreement and policy documents of the National
VOAD.
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Maybe you would like to join us and become a member?


If you believe, as we do, that you can have fun while doing good and "Many hands make light work," we'd love to give your application for membership consideration at our next Wilmington Kiwanis Board of Directors meeting! The membership application is on this site and will open in a new window in your browser for to fill in blanks and print it, when you complete it. Grab by right-clicking on the word 'here' or clicking here!

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