Colonial Capital, Williamsburg
Serving the Children of the World


In order to carry out all the projects that our club is involved with throughout the year, each member is asked to join one or more committees. 

Name Chairs Description
Administrative Responsible for all aspects of club meetings, to include the meeting's program, physical/logistical arrangements, reception, fellowship, inter-club relations, and database management.
Board of Directors Provides policy guidance and oversight for Club operations in accordance with the Club's approved Bylaws.
Community Services Develops programs to render effective assistance to the needs of the greater Williamsburg community. Acts as a clearing-house for community service needs and appeals that can cover a wide range of projects, including but not limited to, help for children, senior citizens and disabled persons, conservation, public affairs, citizenship, safety, civic improvement and community beautification. Makes proposals to the Board of Directors for consideration of requests received from local agencies.
Financial Review Conduct annual review of club's financial records and procedures.
Fund Raising Investigates and develops methods and means to solicit and acquire funds for the various projects of the club. Establishes such subcommittees as are necessary to support its major operations, e.g. toy drive, toy distribution, canister solicitation, mail solicitation, and golf tournaments.
Human And Spiritual Values Cooperates on a broad and non denominational basis with local religious leaders and groups to create greater individual and public consciousness of the importance of religious and spiritual values. Schedules members to act as greeters at weekly meetings and to provide a non sectarian benediction to open meetings. Stays alert to the health of members and their families, advises membership of issues as necessary and sends get well and sympathy cards as appropriate.
Membership Devises ways for recruiting and retaining members. Provides orientation for new members and continuing education to members.
Public Relations Designs and implements a public relations program that ensures the Club's activities are appropriately presented to the public and other Kiwanis organizations. Publishes a monthly newsletter for distribution to all Club members.
Service Leadership Manages the establishment of and support for Key Clubs at local high schools.
Social Plans and arranges social events involving the Club’s members and/or neighboring clubs. Spouses and escorts are included in these events when appropriate.
USO Works cooperatively with District Kiwanis Clubs to staff the USO Club at Patrick Henry Airport in Newport News. Schedules and trains members to staff the USO Club on assigned days.
Young Children: Priority One Investigates and develop projects that focus on children prenatal through age five. Projects involving Reading is Fundamental and Head Start Programs are given high priority.
Youth Services Develops programs that assist children ages 6 to 18 to adjust themselves to their environment and become adapted to other social, economic, and moral demands that they may encounter. Normal projects include mentoring activities and support of local basketball, baseball, and soccer tournaments.