Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World
Kiwanis Club of Aurora
Serving the Children of the World
Committees
In order to carry out all the projects that Kiwanis is involved with throughout the year, each member is asked to join one or more committees.

Name Chairs Description
Aurora Kiwanis Board Planning and execution.
Centennial Celebration Working to promote and celebrate with the Club and the Aurora community the 100 years (1916-2016) of the Kiwanis Club of Aurora.
Club Administration: House Committee - Clean-up Luncheon clean-up committee.
Club Administration: House Committee - Set-up Luncheon set-up committee.
Club Administration: Nominating Committee Nominating of board of directors and club officers.
Club Administration: Weekly Drawing Weekly raffle drawing committee.
Club Adminstration: Interclub Fellowship between Aurora Kiwanis and other local Kiwanis clubs.
Club Adminstration: Programs Special programs for our members and those we serve.
Community Foundation Advisory Fund and Endowment Fund The Club's community funds.
Community Service Organizing our service responsibilities.
Community Service: Back-to-School Fair Annual August event where Kiwanis distribute books to children.
Community Service: Coats for Kids Annual Aurora coats distribution to needy children.
Community Service: Coats for Kids: Spaghetti Dinner Fundaiser Annual fundraising event with Oswego Olive Garden Restaurant.
Community Service: Compassion Foundation Liason Working with the Compassion Foundation.
Community Service: Cub Scouts/Boy Scouts... Cub Pack #569 Cub Scouts/Boy Scouts Cub Pack #539
Community Service: Girls Scouts Girl Scouts
Community Service: Holiday Food Drive Organizer Helping the Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry repackage food items.
Community Service: Hope Wall School Events Continuation of relationship with Hope Wall School begun by Aurora Golden K Kiwanis.
Community Service: Hope Wall School Events: Graduation Graduation support for Hope Wall School.
Community Service: Hope Wall School Events: Picnic Picnic support for Hope Wall School.
Community Service: Kiwanis One Day Kiwanis members serve their communities all year long, but the excitement for service really builds in April of each year. Kiwanis members come together for Kiwanis One Day - a day of community service that is felt around the world. This year Aurora Kiwanis’ One Day, April 11, 2015 - Indian Creek Clean Up. So see more details at Kiwanis One-Day event page.
Community Service: Parade Flag Unit Participation in the annual July 4th parade with Colonial flags.
Community Service: Pearl Harbor Day Participation in the annual Pearl Harbor Day luncheon.
Community Service: President's Project Working with the Club president in setting annual President's Project.
Community Service: Salvation Army Kettle Drive Working to ring bells with the Christmas Salvation Army "Red Kettle" drive in Aurora.
Community Service: Scholarships Working with the Club's annual community scholarships.
Community Service: Sponsored Baseball/Softball Teams Working with Aurora's youth baseball/softball teams.
Finance Treasury and donations.
Finance: Audit Committee Auditing of the club's finances.
Foundation Endowment Fund Overseeing the the foundation's endowments.
Fundraising Raise funds to help support Kiwanis Club of Aurora projects in the Aurora community.
Fundraising: Fay's Barbecue Fundraiser Special fundraiser dinner.
Fundraising: Pancake Day Flapjacks in March, every year.
Fundraising: Pancake Day: Dining Room Coordination Coordinating of Pancake Day dining room activities.
Fundraising: Pancake Day: Kitchen Coordination Coordinating of Pancake Day kitchen activities.
Fundraising: Peanut Day Nuts!
Fundraising: Peanut Day: Case Sales Coordination of Peanut Day case sales to Club members and community.
Fundraising: Peanut Day: Street Sales Coordinating various street locations for Peanut Day sales.
Fundraising: Placemats Please support all of the Kiwanis Placemat advertisers!
Fundraising: Project Eliminate With The Eliminate Project, Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. This deadly disease steals the lives of nearly 60,000 innocent babies and a significant number of women each year. The effects of the disease are excruciating — tiny newborns suffer repeated, painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to light and touch. To eliminate MNT from the Earth, more than 100 million mothers and their future babies must be immunized. This requires vaccines, syringes, safe storage, transportation, thousands of skilled staff and more. It will take US$110 million — and the dedicated work of UNICEF and every member of the Kiwanis family. Kiwanis and UNICEF joined forces to tackle iodine deficiency disorders, achieving one of the most significant public health successes of the 20th century. Now, they are eliminating MNT from the face of the Earth. And in doing so, the project will reach the poorest, most neglected mothers and babies with additional lifesaving health care. The end of this one disease means the beginning of better health for so many families.
Human and Spiritual Values Service to God and Fellow Man Banquet & Invocations
Human and Spiritual Values: God & Fellow Man Banquet Honoring a community individual.
Human and Spiritual Values: Invocations Prayer invocations at the beginning of our Club meeting.
Kiwanis Club of Aurora 100th Anniversary This committee will prepare the club and community for the celebration of the Kiwanis Club of Aurora 100th anniversary (organized on Sept. 20, 1916).
Kiwanis Foundation The Kiwanis Foundation.
Membership, Growth, & Retention To grow Kiwanis of Aurora and ensure retention of our current members.
Membership, Growth, & Retention: Clyde Hewitt Merit Award Annual award to members.
Membership, Growth, & Retention: Membership Directory Publishing of the annual club membership directory.
Publicity/Marketing/Communications Delivering volunteer event information and keeping our members and the community aware of the work of the Kiwanis Club of Aurora.
Publicity/Marketing/Communications: Club Historians Reminding the Club and community of the nearly 100 year history of the Kiwanis Club of Aurora.
Publicity/Marketing/Communications: Kiwanique Editor Editor of the online Kiwanique newsletter
Publicity/Marketing/Communications: Kiwanis Minute Having a club member sharing at our regular meetings about his/her background and their thoughts on the Kiwanis Club of Aurora.
Publicity/Marketing/Communications: Memorials / Get Well Cards Remembering and encouraging Club members.
Publicity/Marketing/Communications: Publicity Working to publicize the Club to the community.
Publicity/Marketing/Communications: Social Media / Facebook Working on the Club's social media presence on the Internet.
Publicity/Marketing/Communications: Webmaster Working on the www.aurorakiwanis.org website for Club as webmaster.
Service Leadership Programs (SLP's) Outreach... Key Club, Circle K, Aktion Club and New Sponsored Group Development
Service Leadership Programs (SLP's): Aktion Club: FVSRA Fox Valley Special Recreation Association
Service Leadership Programs (SLP's): Circle K: AU Aurora University
Service Leadership Programs (SLP's): Key Club: East Aurora East Aurora High School - Sarah Gillespie advisor
Service Leadership Programs (SLP's): Key Club: IMSA Illinois Math and Science Academy
Service Leadership Programs (SLP's): Key Club: Yorkville Yorkville High School
Service Leadership Programs (SLP's)s: Key Club: ACC Aurora Central Catholic High School
Special Events/Social: Social events and engagements, including: baseball, golf, night out, social hours and installation.
Special Events/Social: Golf Outing/Dinner Annual golf outing for club members and friends.
Special Events/Social: Kiwanis After Hours Events Special informal social events for Club members and friends.
Special Events/Social: Night(s) Out Events Special night(s) events.
Special Events/Social: Sporting Events Kane County Cougar game and other sport outings for club members, family, and friends.
Special Events: Installation Banquet Our annual Installation Celebration Dinner.