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The blood screening this year will be held from 6am to 10am on Saturday, April 28, 2018.

The event will be held at Saint Joseph's Educational Center, 600 Pennsylvania Avenue West, Warren, PA 16365.

A small sample of blood will be drawn and analyzed for different tests of your choosing, administered by Warren General Hospital. Please check with your employer to see if they subsidize the cost of this screening, and work with them regarding payment.

An email confirmation will be sent to you at the email address you provide when you complete the form. We will not spam you.

IN-PERSON SIGNUPS: We don't care where or how you sign up, but please do sign up prior to April 13, 2018, as it helps us properly staff the event. You will have the option to use cash or credit to prepay at in-person signups. Only cash will be accepted for walk-ins.

All will be from 10am to 1pm:

Saturday, March 17 at Tops Markets, 74 Market Street, Warren

Saturday, March 24 at Hampton Inn & Suites, 3291 Market Street Ext, North Warren

Saturday, March 31 at the Northwest Community Room, 305 Second Avenue, Warren

Saturday, April 7 at Warren Public Library, 205 Market Street, Warren.

Thank you for your support of our organization! All proceeds benefet local Kiwanis programming.

61st Annual Spaghetti Dinner

Kiwanis Club of Warren is proud to announce the return of the Spaghetti Dinner! We don't care if you vote before or after you eat, but please do both! Buy your tickets from any Kiwanian, at Kersey & Associates (208 Liberty Street), or the House of Printing (716 Pennsylvania Avenue East). RSVP to the Facebook event by clicking here.


Officer Installation Held

On Wednesday, October 4, Kiwanis Club of Warren held its officer installation ceremony. Pictured below left to right are Mike DelPrince (Past-President), Pat Bodamer (President), Randy Gorski (Lieutenant Governor), John Kersey (Treasurer), Miranda Collingwood (President-Elect), and Richard Swanson (Secretary).


Scholarship Winners Announced

Congratulations to our 2017 scholarship winners! To be eligible, students must be a Key Club member for 2 years, graduate from a Warren County School District school, enroll in postsecondary education, submit a high school transcript, describe their Key Club and other community service activities, provide education and career goals, and include a letter of recommendation. Pictured, from left, are Phil Heubach (Eisenhower High School Key Club Advisor), Lakia Hedman, Lauren Hope Honhart (scholarship recipients), John Kersey (Scholarship Committee Chair), and Mike DelPrince (Club President). Kiwanis were happy to have Phil, Lakia, Lauren, and the recipientsí mothers join us for lunch on Wednesday, June 7.


International Week of Service

As part of the International Week of Service held from March 25-31, Kiwanis Club of Warren partnered with Rotary Club of Warren and Warren Lions Club to benefit the community by serving at the Soup Kitchen at Saint Joseph Church in Warren on March 28, 2017.

"The International Week of Service is an excellent opportunity for service organizations around the world and within our community to work together and get to know each other better. Service clubs like the Rotary, Lions, and Kiwanis are powered by people who want to make a positive difference in their communities. While Kiwanis focuses on helping children, any time we can participate in a project that meets the needs of our community, itís a win for everyone,Ē said Mike DelPrince, Kiwanis Club of Warren President.

"The Warren Rotary Club is pleased to join forces with our fellow Warren County service organizations in serving individuals in need at the weekly charitable dinner at Saint Joseph Church. Service organizations such as Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions are proud of our continued efforts to make a difference in the Warren community," said Bill Wagner, Warren Rotary Club President.

"'Where there's a need, there's a Lioní is a popular catch phrase you may have heard in the past. That is also true about our brothers and sisters who serve in the Kiwanis and Rotary Service Organizations. They are people whose quiet and humble dedication in service to our community often go unnoticed but is greatly needed on a daily basis. We are very pleased to be able to partner with these service organizations in serving at the Saint Joseph's Soup Kitchen and looking forward to serving with them again on future community projects," said Angie Dart, Warren Lions President.

Project volunteers participated in the weekly soup kitchen by helping to serve food, clean dishes, and clean the cafeteria after the event. Representing their organizations were Kiwanians Heather Christensen and Rocco DelPrince, Rotarians Adam Meneo and James Goodling, and Lions Lisa Rivett and Brian Jurkowski. Along with addressing needs in the community, International Week of Service is an opportunity for service organizations around the globe to make connections, exchange ideas and discuss the best ways to make a difference. To learn more about the clubs and their service projects, join them at their regular meetings. Kiwanis meets Wednesdays at noon at Jefferson DeFrees; Rotary meets Wednesdays at noon at the Conewango Club; Lions Club meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 6:00pm at the Conewango Club.

Pictured left to right are Lisa Rivett, Brian Jurkowski, Adam Meneo, Heather Christensen, and Rocco DelPrince.