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 and families 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.
Meetings and Events
We look forward to seeing you in-person!
Strongsville Kiwanis meetings are being held in person. Please check your email for location and times (as we have moved to morning meetings!).
Remembering Richard Hughes
The Kiwanis Club welcomes our newest sponsors for the flag display
Sean Kilbane and Family
Alfa Romeo of Strongsville
Seko Logistics, Inc
Serpentini Chevy of Strongsville
Kathy and Terry Toth
Parkhurst Financial Services Inc
The Schnaterbeck Family
The Anaya Family
Matt Schonhut - Councilman at Large
Ganley Buick GMC
Jim & Mary Kaminski
Maximum Title - Leo Oblack & Dale Kolesar
Strongsville Middle School Builders Club
Family First Caregivers- Jim Nowak
The Strongsville Kiwanis Club has announced the dates for their American Flag Display for 2022.
Clean-up day will be Wednesday, May 11 and will start immediately following the morning meeting. Members will prepare the grounds and sleeves.
All flags and sponsor signs will be raised at 9:00AM on Saturday, May 28th. Flags will remain in place through the 4th of July holiday, and will come down on Wednesday, July 6th.
Flags will again be raised on Saturday, September 3rd in advance of the Labor Day holiday.
Flags will remain up for September 11th and will be taken down after Veterans Day.
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Strongsville Kiwanis Club Announces Dates for Flag Display
On what would have been his 100th birthday this December, we pause to remember the memories and contributions of our member Richard (Dick) Hughes.
Mr. Hughes, a veteran of World War II where he served in the the US Army Air Corps, was a valued member of the Strongsville Kiwanis Club. Many members will remember him as a key part of the team of volunteers that raised the flags in the town square as he drove the trailer, with his trusty dog in the seat next to him.
Dick was a fixture of the club, and would be seen volunteering his time at many events, including working at Read Around The World each year. One of our favorite memories was when Dick was the key speaker at a special meeting to describe World War II and his experiences. The attendees, which included a number of veterans and members from neighboring clubs, were spellbound while Dick showed off some of his memorabilia and told stories of the war.
This summer the club held a very special ceremony at the Freedom Trail in Strongsville to remember and honor Dick, including dedicating a “memory brick” included in the city’s Walk of Valour.