New Kiwanis club organizes in the Tri-Town area to help kids

Anthony Scandariato, Boonton Alderman Joe Bock, Boonton Alderman Cy Wekilsky, Howard Gordon, New Jersey District Governor Gordon Meth, Carol Tiesi, Kiwanis Lt. Governor District 9, Mary Ann Simonenko, and Thomas Brackin

MOUNTAIN LAKES – A new Kiwanis club recently opened serving Boonton, Boonton Township and Mountain Lakes to give community members the opportunity to help kids.

The Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, January 13. The club has been formed by Frank Cahill, President Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany to help meet the needs of children in Boonton, Boonton Township and Mountain Lakes. Kiwanis International has more than 600,000 members around the world dedicated to volunteer service that helps kids.

“Kiwanis clubs provide a great opportunity to meet new friends who believe in serving their communities, networking with business professionals and making a significant impact on the community through volunteering,” said Nicolas Limanov, the club’s new President. “Kids need Kiwanis, in our community and in communities around the world, so they can grow up in a world where they are happy, healthy, safe and loved.”

The new Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town will focus on service projects addressing several community needs.

“We understand the changing needs of today’s busy volunteers, and encourage members to give time when they can, whether that’s at a service project or at a meeting,” said Nicolas Limanov. “We hope that men and women of all ages will join us and help make a difference for children in our community.”

Those interested in membership can call Nicolas Limanov at (917) 499-7299 or visit ( or

About Kiwanis International
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 nearly 558,000 adult and youth members 82 nations and geographic areas. Visit for more information.