Kirtland SignKirtlander Party Center — 9270 Chillicothe Road
Meetings: Every Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Information: 440-256-1181

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers, serving the children of the world and dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.

Major fundraisers include the Strawberry Festival and the Italian Feast as well as many other events throughout the year.  All money raised stays in the community and is dedicated to children, school programs, and scholarships. In addition, Kiwanis supports our seniors and veterans.

All are invited to become a Kiwanian and see how you can make a difference in the life of a child.

Chairman: Stan Krulc 440-477-3054
Co. Chairman: Kevin Eilerman 440-478-3788
Parade Chairman: Tom Dice 440-256-8409
Vendors & Contracts, Food, Crafts,
Commercial & Non Profit Chairman:
Charles Bickart 440-256-1104
Publicity, Promotion &
Miss Kirtland Contest Chairman:
John Bodmer 440-256-1181
Food Tent & Kitchen Chairman’s: Rick Fox
Ted Clutter
440-256-8488
440-256-8069
Electrical Chairman: Bill Wright 440-256-1563
Entertainment Chairman: Cathy Balazs 216-554-0131
Lemonade Trailer Chairman: Denise Krulc 440-256-3141

 


THE C.H.A.D. PROGRAM – Children Have An iDentity

The CHAD Sticker

CHAD stickers ensure rapid identification of a child in an emergency. The tag contains a place to provide the names and phone numbers of for a child’s parents, physician, and other designated emergency contacts. CHAD is currently being used in Ohio and 28 other states.

The sticker is not removable and resistant to smearing. The stickers should be placed in a standardized location for emergency personnel to easily access (i.e. under a car seat or inside of a bicycle helmet). The sticker should not be visible to someone casually passing by. Additional recommendations accompany each sticker.

The History of CHAD

The CHAD identification program was developed as a result of a traffic accident involving a child in Springfield, Illinois. Chad, a one year old at the time, was in an accident that resulted in the death of his babysitter. Although injured, Chad survived the crash, but no one at the scene or hospital was able to identify Chad. Luckily an emergency room technician was a cousin of Chad’s and able to contact the family.

Where can I obtain a CHAD Sticker?

  • Kirtland City Hall (in the lobby)
    9301 Chillicothe Road
  • Kirtland Public Library
    9267 Chillicothe Road
  • Kirtland Fire Station #1
    8979 Kirtland-Chardon Road