PO Box 1414
Fairfield, OH 45018
Meetings: Every Tues. at noon (6 pm last Tue
Richard's Pizza·Fairfield, OH·Telephone: 513-829-2516

The Kiwanis Club of Fairfield is one part of Kiwanis International, a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one community and one child at a time. The Kiwanis Club of Fairfield performs many community service projects in Fairfield to help serve children. If you are interested in performing community service and helping children in Fairfield, we encourage you to learn more about the Kiwanis Club of Fairfield here on our site and welcome you to join us for a meeting. Check our Information page or Activities Calendar for information about our meeting day, time and place.

Fairfield Kiwanis meets every Tuesday Noon at Richard's Pizza on Nilles Road except the last Tuesday of the month.  On the last Tuesday of the month, we meet at 6 pm at Richard's Pizza. 

Come and visit us to see how we are making a difference in the Fairfield community- one child at a time.

Fairfield Kiwanis 2013 Community Pancake Breakfast -- Another Successful Event, Thanks to the Support of our Sponsors








Pleasant Run Dry Cleaners

Kirsch’s Automotive Service Center

Novack Schafer Florist

Arc Blinds, LLC

Bridge Logistics, Inc.


Bell Moving and Storage  

Alexander & Associates

Flynn Metering Systems

Stephenson & Warner, CPA's

NK Machine Inc.


Superior Computer Services, Inc.

Bailey & Associates, Inc.

Financial Services

Cincinnati Babbitt Inc

Anchor Pools & Spas

Tinkerturf Lawn & Landscaping


Frank’s Glass, Inc.

West Side Animal Clinic

Darrell & Katrinka Stone

Concept Salon

Burkett Trucking – Bob Burkett


Richard Vance

Ameriprise – Denis Stillman

Edward Jones Investments

Mills Pharmacy

Sugarcraft Cake & Candy Supplies


Avance Funeral Home

Art Barrett & Associates

Lighthouse Agency

Brent Dickey Family

Gold Star Chili – Main Street


Dave & Holly Foster

Professional Business & Tax Consulting Services, Inc.

Engraved in the USA

Berding for Fairfield School Board

Investment Property Owners Association of Butler County, Ohio, Inc.


Moser Law Firm

Barry Brown Paving

Fairfield Community Foundation

John B Tromans D.M.D., Inc.

Michael Oler  - City Councilman


Kathleen & Mike Moylan



Remember our Hometown Heroes


Fairfield Power & Equipment


My Handy Helper, LLC- Eric Vincent

Steve Miller for Mayor

Mitch Rhodus for Mayor

Oberson Nursery & Landscape


Integrity Global Marketing

Fairfield Township Youth

Basketball League

Nationwide Insurance

Brad Lamoreaux

Stephenson Oil Co.

Dog Day Every Day


Jennifer Dickey

Clemmons & Wolterman Law Firm

Beverly International Nutrition, Inc

Nuxhall Driving Range

Fairfield Pharmacy


Jane Dickey

Baker Concrete Construction, Inc.

Gesell Electric, Inc.

Kollstedt Plumbing

David Smith Appraisal


John F. Dickey & Co. CPA's

Tri-County Harley Davidson

Bill Woeste for City Council

Cyndi’s Custom Cleaning

Pfefferle Tire & Auto


Ed & Margaret Snyder

Lakeview Garden Center

MPC Construction LLC.

Rouse Heating & Air Conditioning

Michele Gressel

Attorney at Law


Mark Dickey Family

Marcell’s Inc.


Building Fairfield’s Future Committee

Vote “Yes” on Issue 8

Fox Services, Inc.


Remember –

Vote Tuesday NOV  5

Daylight Savings Time Ends

Sunday November 3, 2:00 AM






Come Join Us


Kiwanis meets Tuesdays at NOON

at Richards Pizza

Special Thanks


Fairfield High School

& Rhythm Express





Material and Supply Donations Provided by:

First Choice Services

Lou Silverberg – Omni Printing

Dairymen/Borden – Kathy Mink







The Eliminate Project



With The Eliminate Project, Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. This deadly disease steals the lives of nearly 60,000 innocent babies and a significant number of women each year. The effects of the disease are excruciating — tiny newborns suffer repeated, painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to light and touch.

To eliminate MNT from the Earth, more than 100 million mothers and their future babies must be immunized. This requires vaccines, syringes, safe storage, transportation, thousands of skilled staff and more. It will take US$110 million — and the dedicated work of UNICEF and every member of the Kiwanis family.