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Kinsmen Donate to Pelham Cares

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Picture L to R: Jennifer Dube, President LM Len Doyle, LM Doug Hardy

The Fonthill Kinsmen Raised $3275 for Pelham Cares from our Krispy Kreme Fundraise. A big hats off to our amazing community that purchased donuts by the dozen to directly go back to our community. Our amazing partnership with Pelham Cares continues to grow because of our dedicated community.

Let Us Introduce New Our Executive!

Kinsmen Executive

Our 2021-2022 Club Executive: L to R – Ryan McKay, LM Doug Hardy, LM Dave Ripley, LM Jim Jenter, Brendan Young, LM Doug Freeland, LM Len Doyle.

We are greatly looking forward to getting back into the community and “Serving the Communities Greatest Need”. It has been a long couple of years since COVID-19 has taken us out of our routine but we look forward to some exciting new adventures.

The Kinsmen Club of Fonthill & District was founded in 1951 and has been consistently active ever since. From the first donation of a sewing machine to A. K. Wigg School and the sponsorship of the Victoria Day Parade in 1952, and to our most recent donations to Pelham Cares. As well as regularly supporting the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Pelham Minor Sports, Special Olympics Welland, Niagara Children’s Safety Village, Wellspring Niagara, local High School Scholarships, the Welland Hospital and other charitable causes.

The Fonthill & District Kinsmen meet the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Old Pelham Town Hall on Canboro Road in Ridgeville Ontario.

Membership is open to all men over 19 and is actively solicited.

Get in touch, or feel free to stop by at our next meeting and join us. We look forward to seeing you!