Our Club Involvement in Our Community

On December 4th, Kiwanis Lake Bluff/Lake Forest Club members, rang the Salvation Bell at the Jewel-Osco in Lake Forest over 6 hours. The funds raise will be used both serving needy families this season of the year as well as serving some 30 children who attend regularly in our weekly music and character building programs.

Rhonda and Nette having fun.

We enjoy wearing these red aprons.

Ringing the bell

Our Fundraisers:

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  • 3 on 3 POND HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

    In celebration of extended Lake Bluff’s 125th anniversary, Kiwanis will again be hosting a 3 on 3 POND HOCKEY TOURNAMENT on February 6, 2021 at Artesian Park, Lake Bluff.

    We expect to have twelve teams competing for the honor of winning the second annual 3 on 3 Pond Hockey Championship. First puck drops at 9am and will go until 4ish.

    Kiwanis members will be serving a FREE lunch (hamburger & hot dogs) to everyone from 11am-2pm. Donations accepted.

    Additional registration information to come.


  • Tradition of Service Award at LFHS

    Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Lake Bluff & Lake Forest, this award is given to a graduating senior who has been involved with community service throughout his or her high school career.

    Award Recipients

    Each award winner has demonstrated a sense of caring, concern, and willingness to be involved in addressing community issues through individual or organizational activities.

    2017 Recipient: Bailey Lawrence, Lake Forest community High School District 115

    Bailey’s ability and creativity to produce videos for organizations such as; Bravo Waukegan, GLASA, North Chicago Elementary School, Lake Bluff Public Library, and To Write Love on Her Arms, not only raises awareness and funds but allows her to demonstrate her passion of filmmaking. Bailey said, “The true reason I love filmmaking is because it gives me the power to impact people and tell a story and that’s what I will continue to do in college and the rest of my life. The values I’ve learned from taking these small but meaningful roles are what make me… me.”

    Congratulations Allen for being awarded this year’s Kiwanis Tradition of Service Award.

    2016 Recipient: Allen Yuan, Lake Forest community High School District 115

    Beginning as a freshman and continuing throughout his four years at LFHS, Allen Yuan created a presence; not just his stellar academic achievements or his talents in music, and not just that he was a volunteer at school events and helped community organizations, but how Allen blended all three attributes equally. As someone once said, “Generosity is the Heart of Humanity.” That is Allen Yuan.

    Congratulations Allen for being awarded this year’s Kiwanis Tradition of Service Award.