Waikato New Zealand
Division Two is an administrative organisation for the five active Kiwanis clubs in the Waikato. Meetings are held to elect representation to the district administration, to coordinate common projects and to assist with the training of club officers. Meetings are typically attended by the division officers, the presidents and secretaries of the member clubs and by the chairpersons of the various division committees.
The Waikato encompasses some of the best agricultural land in New Zealand. The area is a major producer of milk, meat and racehorses. The Waikato has New Zealand’s longest river (the Waikato), much the biggest lake in the country (Lake Taupo) and also its largest inland city (Hamilton).
- See a list of all the clubs in this division here: Division Two Clubs
- See the Westside Club of Hamilton’s Facebook page here : Westside Club Facebook Page
See our Projects below:
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Key club members from Papatoetoe High School in Auckland, met recently at the Papatoetoe Sports Centre t....Read More
St Heliers Kiwanis club presentation to Orakei School
One of the successful applic....Read More
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Science Fairs in New Zealand as seen through the eyes of a visiting American.
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The Morrinsville Kiwanis train first chugged along at the Christmas parade in 2015, followed quickly by&n....Read More
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On a lovely spring day in October the Kiwanis Club of Westside Hamilton held ....Read More
This year it is pleasing to see the continued commitment of clubs in supporting their regional Science an....Read More