Although the origination of the current club is unique, the club's goals are the same as the original club - children and the community as its main focus.
On April 30, 1975, the club was comprised of a group of 21 businessmen and public servants. The meetings were held in a quaint house on a nine-hole golf course, Fern Hill Country Club. The chartered name was Kiwanis Club of Fraser - Moravian.
On April 1, 1985 , the name charged to Kiwanis Club of Clinton - Moravian, but still remained housed at Fern Hill Country Club. From this bungalow, fund-raisers abounded.
On October 1, 1980 the Kiwanis Club of Chippewa Valley was chartered with 28 members.
On November 1, 1993, the unusual happened, the Kiwanis Club of Chippewa Valley merged with the Kiwanis Club of Clinton - Moravian and a new club named Kiwanis Club of Clinton Township emerged.
In January 2015 a milestone was achieved when Clinton Township Kiwanis organized a Satellite Club that meets the 1st Thursday of each month at 7:30 PM to bring in new members who can not attend the regular Wednesday morning meetings but want to be Kiwanis members.
Our annual Golf Outing, held each summer, and the Wild Game Dinner held the last Friday in January each year are the clubs two biggest fundraisers.
We are a strong group of businessmen and businesswomen, both working and retired. We meet at J. Baldwins Restaurant Wednesdays at 7:30 AM.