State of Wellington

State of Wellington March 28, 2024

Wellington Kiwanis Club will be sponsoring its seventh annual “State of Wellington” breakfast featuring village and school leaders at 8 a.m. Thursday, March 28 at the Wellington Eagles, 631 St. Main St., Wellington.

Keynote speakers will be Wellington Schools’ Superintendent Ed Weber and Treasurer Mark Donnelly and Mayor Hans Schneider and Village Manager Jonathan Greever. They will look back on 2023 and outline their goals for 2024.

Tickets are $15. They can be purchased at the Mayor’s Office on the third floor of the Town Hall; Bremke Insurance, 104 S. Main St.; Fifth Third Bank, 161 E. Herrick Ave.; Colonial Barbershop, 121 W. Herrick Ave. and Main St.. Wellington office, 118 W. Herrick Ave. Tickets must be purchased by Saturday, March 23. The buffet breakfast will be served by the Fraternal Order of Eagles starting at 7:30 a.m. with the program to begin at 8 a.m.. Arrangements to purchase tickets can be made by sending an email to [email protected] or visit the link at: click here.  

All proceeds from the breakfast are earmarked for the Wellington Kiwanis Club’s long-term signature project of raising funds for building and replacing community playground equipment.  

Wellington’s Fraternal Order of Eagles; Forest City Technologies, Inc., Valley Chevrolet; Wellington; Wellington Masonic Lodge #127; and the Drew Guyer Memorial Foundation will serve as the platinum sponsors for  the State of Wellington breakfast. Gold sponsors include Wellington Implement; Edward Jones, Wellington office; Norton-Eastman Funeral Home; and Bremke Insurance Agency. Silver sponsors are the Lorain County Joint Vocational School, Lorain County Community College, Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Cooperative, Bernie and Marian Nirode of the Southern Lorain County Office on Aging, American Legion Post 8,  and Precision Fittings. 

The Wellington Kiwanis Club is in its 100th year. They meet at noon the first and third Thursday of each month at South Lorain County Ambulance District’s community meeting room on East Herrick Ave.