Colebrook Kiwanis Meeting Information:We meet every Tuesday morning for a breakfast meeting at 7:15am in the Wilderness Restaurant, 181 Main Street, Colebrook, New Hampshire.Here we arrange our community and fund-raising events, but in the process have a lot of laughs. Fines are voted on at the whim of any member present, though at 25 cents a time, it’s not too wallet threatening.You are welcome to come along and see what we get up to.Who we are and what we do!The Colebrook Kiwanis Club is a Community Service Organization. Our efforts are dedicated to benefiting the greater Colebrook community. Our focus ranges from sponsored youth oriented programs to our hospital beds program. Other efforts include maintenance of our two Kiwanis Parks (Beaver Brook Falls and Kiwanis Park) as well as various scholarship programs. Our scope of activities spans a myriad of projects designed to improve the overall quality of life in the greater Colebrook area.We welcome new members who are interested in participating in our wide ranging community service efforts. Please contact President Laurie Cotnoir using the Contact form on this website for more information.Click the Facebook logo for up to date news about the club.
Welcome to Kiwanis Club of Colebrook
Past (just) EventsStewartstown Day and the Moose FestivalThank you to everyone who came to see us (and purchase something to eat) at the events in the area these last couple of weekend.s We appreciate your support and we hope you found our food tasty.Upcoming EventsStay Warm RaffleWho would like to have their heating cost paid for this winter? Who wouldn’t???We have raffle tickets for sale at the very reasonable price of 1 for $2 or 3 for $5. In return one lucky person will win their choice of the following:•390 Gallons Of Kerosene (provided by C. Bean Transport)•470 Gallons Of Fuel Oil (provided by C. Bean Transport)•4 Tons Of Wood Pellets (provided by Hicks Hardware)•4 Cords Of Firewood (provided by R.J.B. Logging)•515 Gallons Of Propane (provided by CN Brown)•445 Gallons Off-Road Fuel for Vermont Residents (provided by C. Bean Transport)If you don’t live in the area or have already got your heating already paid for, buy some tickets anyway. If you win you can always give the prize to your favorite non-profit organization (perhaps one that starts with a K), friends, or family.And remember, all proceeds are used to help the community and the young people in the area.Tickets are available from any member of the Kiwanis Club of Colebrook, or email us at email@example.comNew President and BoardIt’s rapidly approaching the time when the current president hands over the gavel and responsibilities to the new president. On 1st October David West thankfully retires and Dana Bartlett (poor shmuck) takes over. Please join us in wishing him well in his new post, I’m sure it will be a great year for the club.
DonationsIf you would like to help children in a tax-effective manner there are two foundations, one local and one international which would be delighted to receive your donation, of whatever size.Please click the photo on the right for more details:
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Other InformationPlease check out our Calendar of Events listing events printed in the Moosely Information Book.We also have a listing of all the businesses who advertised in our Moosely Information book this year, ideal for tracking down that phone number or finding a local business quickly.Please click the links at the top of this page for full details.If you own a business or host a local event and would like to update you entry, please use the contact form to let us know what needs to be changed.