Silver-Level Today Club Member
Sheboygan Falls' Kiwanis Club is a Silver-level Today Club member!
The Today Club program honors clubs that achieve a minimum per-member giving level from active dues-paying members during the Kiwanis administrative year, which runs from October 1 through September 30.
Gifts of Today from clubs, individuals and other entities to the Kiwanis Children's Fund are counted in determining per-member giving. The per-member giving level for clubs is based on the September 30 membership certified by Kiwanis International. Silver-level requires giving at an average of $25 per member.
We are proud to have an active club, dedicated to giving back of both time and funds to help improve our community and the world.
Annual Packer Pig Roast
In the fall of each year, the Sheboygan Falls Kiwanis hosts our largest fundraiser - its annual community Packer Pig Roast at The Village at 170 (formerly Range Line).
The Packer Pig Roast is a wonderful community event providing attendees an opportunity to enjoy a delicious pulled pork meal with all the trimmings, socialize with friends and family, raise money to support Kiwanis efforts throughout the year, and of course, cheer on the Green Bay Packers.
Throughout the event, guests have the opportunity to participate in raffles and an extensive selection of silent auction items. Tickets are sold in advance by Kiwanis members and at the door. With each ticket, you receive a meal and a chance to win 2 Packer tickets and cash prizes.
A special thank you to all who attend and those who provide donations. We can't wait to see you next season. Go Pack!
Kiwanis Can Corral
In Fall of 2010, the Sheboygan Falls Kiwanis Club began and ongoing aluminum can recycling project. With the support of the City of Sheboygan Falls, providing the space needed for a can deposit area, the Kiwanis Can Corral was born. Residents are encouraged to save and deliver their aluminum bottles and cans to the Can Corral, located on the west end of the DPW parking lot (HWY 32 & Hamann Dr.). Participants are asked to put their cans into plastic bags and deposit them by tossing the bags into the fenced in area, marked with the Kiwanis Can Corral sign. The proceeds from this ongoing effort will be used to sustain the tree nursery. The goal of this project is to raise $1000 or more annually, to provide for a steady supply of replacement trees.