Local Kiwanis club member goes to Paris to participate in deciding global organization’s future

Gordon Meth

PARSIPPANY — Gordon Meth, a past president and current member of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany, and past Governor New Jersey District, will attend the 2017 Kiwanis International convention in Paris, France during July.  He represents the opinions and beliefs of the local Kiwanis club members in the discussion and decision-making in the global organization’s structure and leadership.

The Kiwanis Club of Great Parsippany is part of Kiwanis International, a global organization that provides volunteer service to support children in communities around the world. In Parsippany, the club helps children by donating to Project Graduation, High School Scholarships, Camp Nejeda, Homeless Solutions, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of Parsippany, Jersey Battered Women’s Service of Morris County, Autism, Eliminate and Children’s Specialized Hospital, Parsippany’s East and West Little Leagues, Parsippany Food Bank and many other local organizations. Money to support the projects is raised by hosting our annual golf outing, grand tasting, touch-a-truck and trivia nights.

“Kids need Kiwanis, in our community and in communities around the world,” said Greg Elbin. “Our club supports projects that would not otherwise happen without our support. We’re here to make sure all the children in our community have what they need to thrive, prosper and grow.”

The Kiwanis International convention, in its 102nd year, brings together members from around the world to share service project ideas that help kids and to gain insight into new opportunities with Kiwanis partners.

The Kiwanis Club of Great Parsippany meets at 7:15 a.m. at Empire Diner, 1315 Route 46. Community members with an interest in helping children are encouraged to attend. For more information visit our website at www.parsippanykiwanis.org.

About Kiwanis
Founded in 1915, Kiwanis International is a global organization of clubs and members dedicated to serving the children of the world. Kiwanis and its family of clubs, including Circle K International for university students, Key Club for students age 14–18, Builders Club for students age 11–14, K-Kids for students age 6–12 and Aktion Club for adults living with disabilities, annually dedicate more than 18.5 million service hours to strengthen communities and serve children. The Kiwanis International family comprises more than 702,000 adult and youth members in more than 79 countries and geographic areas. Visit www.kiwanis.org for more information.

 

 

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