To improve the quality of life for the children and families of Strongsville. 

The Kiwanis Club of Strongsville is a group of energetic local residents and neighbors dedicated to improving the lives of the children of our community.  Our members attend regular meetings, experience fellowship, raise money for important causes, and participate in service projects designed to improve and impact our city.

We also support our sponsored Key Club and Builder’s Clubs, while participating in service projects with Division 24, Ohio District, and Kiwanis International. 

The Strongsville Kiwanis Club hosted the 13th Annual Read Around the World at the Strongsville branch library on Saturday February 23rd.  

Doors opened at 10:00AM and the room quickly filled with young children, their parents, grandparents, and many brothers and sisters.

​There were a number of activities for the children to choose from, including face-painting, watching a puppet show, and listening to a spirited book reading by Tim Protiva, Children's Librarian.  

Strongsville Kiwanis provided over 350 books for the attendees to pick from, and each child was able to pick an age appropriate book to take home free of charge.  

"It's great to see so many young children interested in reading", said club President Al Gizzi.  Studies show that the earlier a child starts to read, the better chance of success they have later in life.

The Kiwanis Club of Strongsville is dedicated to helping the children of the Strongsville community, hosting Read Around the World each year, and is well known for the Patriotic Flag display for special holidays on the Strongsville square. 

Strongsville Kiwanis Planning 

25th Anniversary Celebration

2020 will be a special year for Strongsville Kiwanis as it marks 25 years of service to our community.  

Planning is underway for a celebration that will include a big "Thank you!" to all the people and clubs who helped the club get started, as well as all those who have made the club what it is today. 

                   Stay tuned for details.

Strongsville Kiwanis Visits Camp Cheerful

25 Years - New Logo - Same Mission

Strongsville Kiwanis hosts over

120 children at the 13th

Annual Read Around the World 

welcome to the online home of the Kiwanis club of strongsville, Ohio.

A regular Wednesday meeting became a very special time as members of the Strongsville Kiwanis Club visited Camp Cheerful, located in the Mill Stream Run Reservation in Strongsville.

The meeting started with a visit to the equine center, where members learned about all the great programs Camp Cheerful offers and how their Equine Therapy program improves lives.  

After a chance to 'meet' some of the horses, the club got a full tour of the grounds.  Members concluded the evening learning about volunteer opportunities and fundraising efforts to keep the camp running.  

If you need more information on Camp Cheerful, visit them HERE



Builders Club Members of the Year

The Kiwanis Club welcomes a number of new sponsors for the flag display

Matt Patten

Jungeberg Family

T Michele Lynch & Family

In Memory Palmer M.  Oslie  U. S. Army 1951-1953
Kumon Math and Reading Center
Jason Lewis  Allstate Agency
Jim Carbone for Strongsville

Ode Family Foundation  
Westwood Place  
Rosewood Grill
Market District
Harvest Saloon
Applebee Family

Graeley & Co

A full list of 2019 sponsors can be found on our Flag Page or find our Thank You ad here

Builders Club members from Strongsville Middle School Front row/left to right: Gabriella Mathiellis and Jay Applebee. Back row left to right is Mrs. Mathiellis, moderator Jay Mutti, and Mr. & Mrs Applebee 

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Upcoming Events​​


     Regular Meeting

Wednesday, October 23rd at 6:30PM

   Strongsville Senior Center

    18100 Royalton Road , Strongsville

Presentation on Cleveland's History League Park

Wear your favorite Indians gear!


Flag Raising on the Strongsville Square

November 3rd at 9:00AM

Flags will be raised in advance of Veterans Day​​​