Congrats to President Martin Mann…. At a recent Kiwanis divisional council meeting, Martin Mann of the Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka was acclaimed as Lt. Governor- Elect of Division 8, in the Eastern Canada & Caribbean District of Kiwanis. His two-year term as Lt. Governor will commence October 1, 2021.

Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka and Huntsville High School students new scholarships Ribbon Cutting 

Left photo: (Front from left) Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka president Martin Mann, member Halley Clover, Huntsville High School (HHS) representative Jennifer Cooper, and (in back) Danielle Goulet celebrate the launch of two new HHS scholarships. Clover and Goulet are both daughters of Brenda Wainman Goulet, for whom one of the scholarships is named. (supplied) 
Right photo: ( from left) Father David Laughton SR, and the 1st Volunteer Appreciation Scholarship recipient David Laughton, and Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka President/PR Marketing Chair Martin Mann.
Hunter Flynn, 1st Brenda Wainman Goulet Memorial Scholarship recipient was unavailable. 

Salvation Army/Huntsville Lake of Bays Fire Department Project Porchlight

The Kiwanis club of Huntsville Muskoka volunteered for the Salvation Army/Huntsville Lake of Bays Fire Department Project Porchlight Food drive last night. The generosity of the people in our community is amazing. 🚒 
At our location we used 205 plastic milk boxes and 38 (2 square cardboard boxes) approximate total weight was just over 4 Tons, and this years event had a total of 4 sorting locations and each getting about the same amount.
The Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka was recently honored with three awards of 12 in their division from the Eastern Canada & Caribbean District of Kiwanis, which consists of 288 clubs in Eastern Canada as well as 17 countries throughout the Caribbean and the northern coastal countries of South America
The club was nominated for the Ray Allen Award, the Godfrey Dyer Marketing Award, and the Award of Merit, and received all three.
Past governor Allen Ure presented Huntsville Muskoka’s secretary treasurer Rick Brooks with the Ray Allen Award, which acknowledges the continuing commitment of a past lieutenant governor with in their club, division and district. According to a media release from the club, Brooks “was lieutenant governor in 1999-2000 and continues today to be as engaged with Kiwanis as he always has been.”
The club also received the Godfrey Dyer Marketing Award. “This one surprised me,” said Brooks. “This is truly a rewarding feeling to receive this and the credit goes to president Martin Mann for this one. As our PR chair he was instrumental in preparing for our submission.”
Finally, past district trustee, Marj Buck, presented the Award of Merit to Brooks as the ‘Unsung Hero’, in recognition of the contributions of the club secretary. “Kiwanis is the greatest service organization throughout the world and [I am] extremely proud to have it as a part of my life for the past 30 years,” said Brooks.
The awards took some time to get here as the ECC Convention was cancelled due to covid. For more information about the Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka, email:,, visit or look for them on Facebook.
As club President it was a great feeling when the awards were announced on the zoom meeting May 29th that had over 400 members present.
Our small club was honored, and think what we can do with more members.
Join us…Monday, September 20, 2021 for the Third Annual
Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka’ Golf Tournament
At North Granite Ridge Golf Club, in Port Sydney…
Save the Date  September 20th 2021      For more information contact Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka Golf Tournament and PR / Marketing Chair Martin Mann (c)705-783-8139 or (h)705-635-3356 or email: or
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Kiwanis: Who We Are

Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka members are a fun mix of younger, older, professionals, and entrepreneurs who come together to make a difference both in their community and in their own lives. Kiwanis members form lifetime friendships based upon mutual interests and a shared joy that comes from doing great things for others.

Kiwanis clubs serve their communities while providing members with an opportunity for personal growth, contributing to their time, enthusiasm and community fund-raising efforts Kiwanis is living proof of the changes that a small group of people can accomplish. Each Kiwanis club has a mandate to have a positive impact in its community, as well as the opportunity to engage in coordinated global initiatives.

Mission Statement of Kiwanis

"Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one Child and one Community at a time."


Objects of Kiwanis International

To give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the material values of life.

To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human endeavours.

To promote the adoption and the application of higher social, business, and professional standards.

To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive and serviceable citizenship.

To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service, and to build better communities.

To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism, which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and good will.

The Kiwanis Legacy

Kiwanis International is a worldwide volunteer organization, founded in Detroit, Michigan in 1915, headquartered now in Indianapolis.

"Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers improving the world one child and one community at a time"

Kiwanis International boasts over 600,000 Kiwanis "family members" located in over 90 countries and every continent of the globe. We continue to be a vibrant, thriving organization of like-minded caring individuals who are ready to respond to the needs of their communities and when called upon, pool their financial and human resources to address issues worldwide. Through these efforts, Kiwanis International truly is "Serving the Children of the World."

The Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka was chartered in 2017 and is the newest Service Club in Muskoka. We are the northern most club in Division 8, of Eastern Canada; Caribbean District of Kiwanis International.

If being a part of a family that values the joy of fellowship, friendships and to really feel like you've made a difference, Kiwanis is for you.

If you are interested in joining an active service club or learning more about Kiwanis and what we do, go to our 'Join Us' section on this website for more detailed information.

Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka
Huntsville, Ontario, Canada

Mailing Address:

1250 Billie Bear Road, Huntsville ON, P1H2J6

Meeting Location:

Bullock's Independent, Community Room, 131 Howland Drive, Huntsville

Meeting Schedule:

1st Tuesday - Dinner Meeting - 6:00PM
3rd Tuesday - Hub Meeting - 6:00PM

3rd Wednesday - Board Breakfast Meeting - 7:15AM

Family Place Restaurant; 1 King William Street, Huntsville

Contact Information:

705-635-2101 or cell 705-783-8139

     Are you interested in hearing more about Kiwanis?

Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity that truly makes a difference?


Kiwanis is fun, friendship, service, leadership, educational programs, networking, personal growth and recognition... Interested?

Does this sound like what you've been missing?


Contact: Membership Chair, LG Martin Mann or Rick Brooks

"Serving the Children of the World, one child and one community at a time

Club Executive


Past President:
2 Year Directors:     
1 Year Directors:     
Shirley Bullock
Martin Mann LG
Rick Brooks

Heather Wyatt; Jennifer Parker,
Kathy Higgins, Kandis Johnstone
Halley Clover; Janice Larade

Corporate Members