Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town Holds Charter Installation Dinner

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Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town Officers: Nicolas Limanov, President; Carol Tiesi, Vice President, Howard Gordon, Treasurer and Lance Incitti, Secretary. Photo by Rafael Ortiz Photography

BOONTON — Lt. Governor Frank Cahill installed Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town officers Nicolas Limanov, President; Carol Tiesi, Vice President, Howard Gordon, Treasurer and Lance Incitti, Secretary at its Charter Installation Dinner held on Sunday, October 11 at Boonton Station 1904.

Guest Speaker Senator Anthony Bucco. Photo by Rafael Ortiz Photography

Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town was formed on December 11, 2019, to serve the residents of Town of Boonton, Mountain Lakes, and Boonton Township. Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany was the sponsoring club.

Guest Speaker Senator Anthony Bucco congratulated the charter member for their volunteerism and persistence in making this new Kiwanis Club a reality.

Morris County Sheriff James Gannon, Town of Boonton Aldermen Joseph Bock, and Cy Wekilsky are Charter Members of the Club.

Other Charter Members include Thomas Brackin, Lance Incitti, Howard Gordon, Ralph Weber, Frank Cahill, Nicolas Limanov, Carol Tiesi, William Zago, Lisa MacLachlan, Dave Kaplan, Leo Nieves, Laura Sakevich and Anthony Scandariato.

President Nicolas Limanov also had the honor of installing two new members. Mickey Chopra, sponsored by Joseph Bock and Kevin Jarvis sponsored by Limanov. Two additional members joined and will be sworn in at an upcoming meeting. Cain Pope and Susan Daniele will be sworn in on October 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the monthly meeting held at IHOP, 304 Wootton Road, Boonton.

Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town also sponsors the Mountain Lakes Key Club. Key Club International, the largest high school service organization in the world, empowers its members to lead and serve by cultivating leadership skills, developing friendships, and performing community service. Key Club members have a passion for helping others and gain leadership skills they will carry with them for a lifetime.

Charter members Ralph Weber, Nicolas Limanov, Carol Tiesi, Howard Gordon, Lance Incitti, Frank Cahill, Cy Wekilsky, and Joseph Bock.Photo by Rafael Ortiz Photography
Kiwanis Lt. Governor Frank Cahill places the official President Pin on Nicolas Limanov. Photo by Rafael Ortiz Photography
Kiwanis Lt. Governor Frank Cahill places the official Charter Pin on Sheriff James Gannon. Photo by Rafael Ortiz Photography
Sponsoring member Joseph Bock places a new member pin on Mickey Chopra. Photo by Rafael Ortiz Photography
Sponsoring member Nicolas Limanov places a new member pin on Kevin Jarvis. Photo by Rafael Ortiz Photography

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.

Working together, members achieve what one person cannot accomplish alone. When you help improve a community or give a child a chance to learn, experience, dream, and succeed, great things happen!

Kiwanis Name
The name “Kiwanis” means “we trade” or “we share our talents.” It was coined from an American Indian expression, Nunc Kee-wanis.

We fondly now use the acronym “Kiwanis IWhere A Need IServed”.

Founding of Kiwanis
Kiwanis was founded in Detroit, Michigan, on January 21, 1915. In the early years, Kiwanis clubs focused on business networking, but even then, members were serving the needs of the poor. By 1919, the organization had changed its focus from business to service. Kiwanis became an international organization in 1916 with the organization of the Kiwanis Club of Hamilton, Ontario. Kiwanis limited its membership to the United States and Canada until 1962 when worldwide expansion was approved.

Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town was organized on December 11, 2019, with a dedicated group of individuals, to support the thriving Mountain Lakes Key Club.

Recently the Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town sponsored two Food Drives and donated all the much-needed food to Loaves and Fishes, Boonton.

New members always welcomed. Join Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town at IHOP, 304 Wootton Road, Boonton. The members meet the second and fourth Monday at 6:30 (except holidays).  For more information click here.