Kiwanis Club of Wellington

Welcome to Kiwanis Club of Wellington! We have been around since 1924. When you join Kiwanis, you’ll find we our club is a mix of ages, genders, occupations, backgrounds and interests. We are all passionate about making our community and the world a better place for children so they can thrive. We are devoted to serving the children in our local community and also children all across the country and worldwide through unique and innovative service projects and fundraising initiatives. We sponsor three service leadership programs in the Wellington Schools, the high school Key Club, the McCormick Middle School Builders’ Club and the Westwood Elementary School K-Kids.

The Kiwanis Club of Wellington meets at 12 noon on the first and third Thursday at the First United Methodist Church. Some members meet in person while others join the meeting from their home or office via Zoom. Check the Club Calendar page for the link. Meetings are promptly adjourned at 1:00 pm. 

Our Officers 2020 – 2021

  • President: Paul Wilson
  • Vice-President: Terry Mazzone
  • President-Elect: Jennifer Arntz
  • Treasurer: Brian Burke
  • Secretary: Carol Burke

We now have a shopping link on-line.

Our annual Mo Furcron Nut Sale is underway, with proceeds going towards scholarships and community playground equipment.

Our nut sale is named after long-time Kiwanian and civic servant Morris Furcron. The former village police chief was always our nut sale top seller. Today, many people continue to buy nuts out of loyalty to Morris.

Order forms are located throughout the business community, at the three schools, and from any Wellington Kiwanian. You can also order by leaving a message on Facebook or emailing us at Check out the order form here!

Kiwanis One Day

Saturday, Oct. 24 is Kiwanis One Day, a day when Kiwanis clubs around the world work together to improve their communities. This year, the Wellington Club is collecting new and still wrapped twin-size sheets, blankets and comforters, and pillows for Good Knights of Lorain County. Good Knights is a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to providing complete beds to children in need in Lorain County. They build twin-size beds and deliver them, and a complete set of bedding, to kids who do not have a bed of their own to sleep in. “Our goal is to do everything we can to ensure that every child has a safe and comfortable bed to sleep in.” We hope you will consider contributing to the well-being of our children.