One Child &
One Community
at a Time ... for 91 Years

With over 14 active projects, hundreds of
hours of service donated per year, and
dozens of members, the Kiwanis Club of
Regina is proof that as a group, we can
achieve what individuals cannot do alone.
 


Kiwanis Centenarian Grove

Located in Beautiful Kiwanis Park

As part of the centennial celebrations for the City of Regina, the Kiwanis Club of Regina decided to honour those Regina residents who reached the age of 100 in 2003 by planting a new grove of trees in Kiwanis Park. Under the leadership of past president John Kurtz, a series of meetings were held during the spring and summer with the Parks and Recreation Board and staff of Regina, to determine the feasibility of this project. Approval was given and the site chosen.

 

The Mayor of Regina and the Alderman for the area around Kiwanis Park, the majority of the members of the Kiwanis Club of Regina, guests and the press attended the formal planting of the first tree on October 1, 2003, a fifteen-foot tall green ash. A total of 25 more trees were planted in the spring of 2004 to recognize the 26 citizens of Regina aged 100 or more in 2003.