Noon luncheon meetings are held on the first two Tuesdays of each month, at Charlie Brown's Steakhouse in Chatham Township. Breakfast meetings are held at 8:00 AM on the last two or three Tuesdays of each month. Breakfast meetings are held at Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse in Chatham Township. Guests are always welcomed to attend our Tuesday meetings. COME JOIN US


Kiwanis October 21 Breakfast Meeting Program: William Sullivan Samay of Merrill Lynch made a presentation

William Sullivan Samay (center in photo) of Merrill Lynch made a presentation on how to look at investments when interest rates are very low. He was introduced by Jerry Cunningham (right in photo). Sharon Johnson, President of the club is on the left in the photo.

Will gave an overview of possible investment alternatives in this period of very low interest rates. 

Kiwanis Hosts Pasta Dinner on October 8, 2014 at Chatham High School

Kiwanis October 7 Luncheon Program: Caesar Sweitzer presented photos from his recent trip to Kenya for safari and climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro

Caesar Sweitzer (left in photo) gave a fascinating luncheon talk to Kiwanis at Charlie Brown’s on October 7. The subject: his recent trip to Kenya for safari and climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. He was introduced by club president Sharon Johnson (right in photo).
Caesar stands beside trail marker at peak.
Caesar with the cairn he built for his friend.

After an active Q and A session the audience enthusiastically applauded the inspiring program. To learn more, visit Tusker Trails website


Kiwanis at September 27, 2014 Madison, NJ Bottle Hill Day

Kiwanis sold Holiday Nuts at the 2014 Annual Bottle Hill Day festival in Madison, NJ.

Kiwanis September 30 Meeting Program: Valerie Tomaro from Tomaro Honey in Chatham gave a presentation about honeybees and bee keeping.

Valerie Tomaro (left in photo) of Tomaro Honey in Chatham presented a PowerPoint presentation at the September 30 breakfast meeting held at Charlie Brown’s in Chatham Township. She was introduced by John Eyre (right in photo), President of Chatham-Madison Kiwanis. Valerie and her husband manage a bee keeping business in Chatham.

Valerie gave a very interesting talk about behavior of honeybees, how they are raised, and many other topics. They sell products made from the honey and honey combs. They give talks to local schools and other groups. The audience enthusiastically applauded this entertaining presentation about a “green” local business.

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