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Cape Coral Meeting Times
If your club would like to attend a meeting at the Cape Coral Club, dinner meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of each month. Dinner starts at 6:00PM for $10.00 and the meeting starts at 7:00 at:
Kiwanis Hall
360 Santa Barbara Blvd.
Cape Coral, FL
 
Guest attendees notify house@mycapecoralkiwanis.org
Since officers and telephone number change, please use their website to advise how many are attending and if all will be having dinner (they arrange with a caterer) by 5:00pm two days before the meeting.
It is best, if you go to their website . Look under “Links” at the bottom of the page and click on leadership. There are email addresses there. Pick one of the officers or just use info@mycapecoralkiwanis.org.
Phone calls can be forgotten, but an email is forever….


Division/District

Virtual DCM
(Division Council Meeting)

A virtual DCM will be held at 6:30 PM on August 11th. The theme is roaring 20's so find a prop and log on! Labelle is hosting the virtual zoom meeting.
Please RSVP to tpegler@lfmail.org for log-in information.

Pediatric group pleads with DeSantis not to send kids back to school

The Florida chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics wrote a letter to Gov. Ron DeSantis citing reasons why children should not be back in classrooms next month.

Full Text of Letter


In The Media


  • July 27, 2020
    Big John masks up: Iconic statue has a new look for Cape Coral's COVID-19 campaign>

    "It’s part of Cape Coral’s campaign encouraging people to wear face masks in public and help stop the spread of COVID-19. City Council voted against making masks mandatory on July 6, but then city officials launched the new Mask-Up Cape Coral campaign a week later.
    They’re joined by the city’s Rotary and Kiwanis clubs, the Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce and the city’s Community Redevelopment agency, which paid for the giant mask."


  • May 1, 2020
    "The Kiwanis Club of Fort Myers-Edison’s ongoing “Reading Rocks” hasn’t been thwarted by the coronavirus. As opposed to a monthly visit to Edison Park Elementary and delivering a copy of a book read to the class, Reading Rocks Chair Harris Segel created an online video reading their latest book” A Brave Bear.” The video was posted to the club’s website so kindergarten teachers could share the video with their students, and copies will be distributed when it is safe to do so."

  • Aug. 7, 2019

    Cape Coral Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs team with businesses to provide benches at bus stops