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Bethpage Central Park Kiwanis Club

The Bethpage Central Park Kiwanis Club is a 501c3 organization. Our members are dedicated to serving the local community through various service and fundraising projects.

Our club has been in service to our Bethpage community since 2012. We are part Kiwanis International, an organization that has been serving children for over 100 years. We meet every 4th Monday of each month at 7:00 PM at B.K. Sweeney’s Parkside Tavern 356 Broadway, Bethpage NY.  We’d love for you to join us at one of our meetings or a service project. Please go to our Contact Page and drop us a line! Someone will get back to you.

Bethpage Central Park Kiwanis Club sponsoring the Spring 2024 Bethpage Street Fair

Even a small gift could mean so much to someone today

Bethpage Central Park Kiwanis Club News


OUR SPRING 2024 STREET FAIR WAS A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS

We are so very thankful to our Street Fair Sponsors:

106 North Band

WiredUp Designs, LLC

Agrillo Financial Group

Abble Awning

Broadway Flooring

Integrative Acupuncture and Massage Therapy

Bethpage Pharmacy

Karen “Karey” Kucherick

Bob & Fred Collision, Inc.

Gus Tsiorvas – Home Of The Brave (Embassy) Diner

Anthony and Ronny Ciarniello

Don Schiavetta – Campagne House

Patricia Morrone

Sunitha Joseph – Apple Bank for Savings

Rose Marie Walker – Nassau County Legislator, District 17

Sarant Cadillac Corp

Daniel Santoro


Bethpage Central Park Kiwanis sponsored an extremely successful Spring 2024 Street Fair. We were honored to have several elected officials, including County Supervisor Joseph Saladino and First Kiwanian Legislator Rose Walker in attendance.

Click Image above for a closer look at our Spring 2024 Street Fair

LISC Lt. Governor Ross Schiller attends our January 2024 club meeting to help pin our two new members.

New members with club president and vice president

In Memorial.  The Bethpage Central Park Kiwanis Club mourns the passing of it’s good will Ambassador and Mascot “Frankie”.  Born without sight, Frankie did not let his disability deter him from joining our club’s marches, food drives, outings and other community events.  He was beloved by both grown-ups and children, and will be deeply missed.


Our annual Fall community Food Drive service project. We were able to collect a bounty of non perishable items to support the Saint Martin of Tours Food Pantry. Shoppers also donated cash which was turned into King Kullen cash cards.


Our club closed out 2023 with our December general meeting and shortly after supported the annual Bethpage Chamber Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration.


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