Kiwanis Club of East Bridgewater

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2019/2020 Installation of Officers

Posted by Sean Riley on October 9, 2019 at 10:10 AM

Last Saturday, October 5th, the East Bridgewater Kiwanis Club had it’s 71st Annual Installation of Officers at the Sachem Rock Community Center. The evening was Emceed by Distinguished Past President Jo-Ann Coles. 

We had the occasion to thank outgoing Immediate Past President, Dale Julius for all his efforts this past year. And welcome, among the new President, Al Anderson.

Incoming President, Albert Anderson receiving his President's Pin from his wife, Cissy

We had the distinct honor of recognizing former Massachusetts State Senator, and Past President, Robert McCarthy with the Kiwanis Legion of Honor Certificate and Pin. Robert has been a Kiwanis Club member for 50 years. What an amazing fete, Bob! 

Jo-Ann Coles, Senator Robert McCarthy and his wife, Roberta McCarthy

It was an evening of fun and laughter with our Kiwanis Family.


Here is a list of the slate of officers.

President - Al Anderson

President Elect - Steve Meighan

Vice President - John Donovan

Treasurer - Mike Porrazzo

Assistant Treasurer - Past President, Tim Sands

Secretary - Savina Pires (appointed by the President)

Immediate Past President - Dale Julius


Board of Directors

Directors for Two Years

Phil Bouldry

Charlie Coelho

Past President, Jo-Ann Coles


Directors for One Year

Donna Callanan

Past President, Frank Underhill

Past President, Tom Rudolph


Directors for Three Years

Hannah Emery

Sean Riley

Past President, Chuck Horan


Here are some photos from the evening.

Jo-Ann Coles, Dale Julius, Carole Sammons Julius

Jo-Ann Coles and John Donovan

Jo-Ann Coles and Dale Julius

Dale Julius and Mike Porrazzo

Dale Julius and Savina Pires

Albert Anderson and Dale Julius

Dale Julius

We are always looking for new members to join our growing family, please reach out to a member or write to us at [email protected] We meet weekly, on Thursday Evenings from 6:30 - 8:00 PM at TJ Smith’s 13 Cross Street, East Bridgewater.

Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Posted by Sean Riley on June 25, 2019 at 8:50 AM

Information and Sign-up Sheets and a Special Insert honoring Roger Boucher are available on our Forms Page

Thank You to all the Sponsors of the 2019 Charity Golf Tournament

Posted by Sean Riley on June 25, 2019 at 8:40 AM

The Kiwanis Club of East Bridgewater would like to thank and acknowledge the following Businesses and Individuals who have signed on to be sponsors for this year's Charity Golf Tournament Sponsors.

BridgewaterSavings, Roche Bros., Star Dust Gym , Batti Auto, Whitmore's Yard Care,Tom Rudolph Real Estate, DWD Engineering, Russell's Barber Shop, EJM Auto, Forni Bros. Oil, Lion's Club of East.Bridewater, Almeida Enterprises, Robert Dennis, Abundant Faith Family Church, & T.J Smith's Victorian House, Dental Associates of East Bridgewater , Coots Brothers Excavating , Easton Country Club , East Bridgewater Dental , Dewhurst Lumber, East Bridgewater Insurance Agency , & Coastal Bank


Businesses / Individuals wishing to support this year's annual fund raising golf tournament , to be held on August 5th @ the Easton Country Club, are encouraged to contact golf chairperson John Donovan: [email protected] or 508-631-3385

As a reminder, the Tournament is Monday, August 5. Sign up sheets with all the information plus an additional special insert honoring Roger Boucher is also available here:

Flags for Sale from our Annual Field of Flags

Posted by Sean Riley on June 6, 2019 at 9:45 AM

As you may be aware, The Kiwanis Club of East Bridgewater hosts the  Field of Flags event each for Veteran’s Day. Donations are raised to purchase each of the 1000 flags that are placed in our town Common. All of the flags are made in the USA and are the same style flag that are used at Arlington National Cemetery. We are proud to announce that retired flags from these events are being framed, complete with a certificate of authenticity, and are now available for sale.

The funds from the sale of these flags mainly go toward replacing old and/or damaged flags.

If you are interested in purchasing a flag or flags, we have posted an order form on our Forms Page

Flags can be purchased: “In Memory of,” “In Honor of,” or simply “In Honor of Those Who Have Served.”

For questions or more information write to us at [email protected] or fill out the contact form on our Home Page (at the bottom).