2014 is the year for Kinsmen!

Summer is done and the Charlottetown Kinsmen are ready to start another great year of serving our community and having a ton of fun and fellowship!

We have a few pieces of exciting news to share!

The first meeting of the Charlottetown Kinsmen will be:
September 18th
Super 8 in Cornwall (Murphy Room)
6:00 pm
Any guys over the age of 19 are welcome to attend and see what we have to offer.

Our project shed has sold and we raised some funds that will help our club continue to do great work in the community. Also, this project was a great way for our members and our families to get together for a few days. Thanks to everyone who worked on the project and made it possible!

Also in the news, some members will be traveling to Antigonish this weekend to participate in a Kinsmen Golf Tournament. Travel to other clubs for events is one of the best parts of Kin and a good time is always guaranteed!

First meeting of the Kin Year!

The first Charlottetown Kinsmen meeting of the year will be at:

  • When: Thursday September 26th at 6:30 PM
  • Where: Pedro’s Island Eatery in North River

The Charlottetown Kinsmen are always looking for new members who are interested in doing good work in the community and having fun while doing it. If you’re interested in seeing what we have to offer please stop by and see us.

Summer Break

The Charlottetown Kinsmen Club is on summer break.  Our regular meetings will resume in September so keep an eye on this page for details on our upcoming year!

Thanks for your support!

The Kinsmen of Charlottetown & Habitat for Humanity Penny Drive

The Charlottetown Kinsmen Club along with Habitat for Humanity Prince Edward Island is pleased to announce the joint fundraising project; The Kinsmen of Charlottetown & Habitat for Humanity Penny Drive.  Both Organizations are pleased to establish this fund raising event in order to raise money for Kinsmen charities and the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Continue reading “The Kinsmen of Charlottetown & Habitat for Humanity Penny Drive”