Serving the Children of the World




$1,000.00  was presented to President Dennis Lyford by Marilyn Hartford at the June 9th meeting.  Marilyn is a Kiwanis member and the Manager of the Dover-Foxcroft Branch of Bangor Savings Bank.  The funds were from the Community Matters More campaign. 

Five hundred dollars each will be used for the Guilford Schools and the SeDoMoCha School.

Thank you Bangor Savings Bank for your continued support in our community!



Al Hunt, Partnership Food Pantry, Guilford, thanks 20+ volunteers who work their hearts out to provide food for families twice a month. They serve as many families as any pantry within 50 miles and more than most.


These photos show part of the 6,000 pounds of bakery and produce just received. We'll add a couple thousand pounds of staple foods and about 130 families will each get more than 60 pounds of food. And, they'll do it again in a couple of weeks.

None of this includes the Greenville distribution, by the way, or the thousands of backpacks Kiwanis does year in and year out.
"Blowing our own horn" has never been our style. But, these dedicated volunteers deserve more recognition than they get for their service to the community.
Al Hunt
Partnership Food Pantry -
Guilford / Greenville, Maine

"Feeding hungry people is important in the short run, but in the long run you've got to realize that powerful forces are creating those hungry people. Those people don't just choose to starve. Our job is to look at those forces and deal with them." - Harry Chapin

Dover-Foxcroft Kiwanis Backpack Program is on the ballot! 

Bangor Savings Bank -  Community Matters More
Cast your vote by ballot or go to until February 28th.
A total of 68 grants will be awarded to the organizations listed on the ballot and to the top 20
write-in vote recipients (at least two write-ins per region). 
The top vote-getting organizations in each region (including write-ins) will receive $5,000.00 each. 
The remaining 60 organizaztions will receive $1,000.00.
THANK YOU  Bangor Savings Bank for 'giving back to your community'.


November 2014 - Kiwanis Backpack Program - SeDoMoCha

Kiwanis Club of Dover-Foxcroft Volunteers
Bob Moore, Dennis Lyford, Pat Ryan, Brian Woodworth,
David Clukey, Tom Gerrish, Barbara Moore, Doc Sherman, Deb Somers


October 2014 - Kiwanis donates to Guilford Food Pantry
The Dover-Foxcroft Kiwanis Club presented a check for $1,000.00 to the Guilford Partnership Food Pantry.  Accepting the check on behalf of the food pantry was its Director, Al Hunt. 
"The Kiwanis Club has supported the Guilford Food Pantry along with the Dover-Foxcroft Food Cupboard for a number of years", said Kiwanis President Dennis Lyford.
"The Club is also a founding partner along with the food pantry for the SAD#4 Backpack Program", Lyford added.  "Serving the children of our region is the focus for our club and we are more than pleased with the results of the Guilford Backpack Program."

Roxanna and Eddie volunteering for the Backpack Program
at the Partnership Food Pantry in Guilford

BACKPACK PROGRAM DONATION — The Maine Highlands Federal Credit Union’s Melissa Cookson, center, presented a check for $500 to Dover-Foxcroft Kiwanis Club President Bob Moore and Vice President Deborah Somers for the club’s SeDoMoCha Backpack Program. The donation was made Aug. 29 from Maine Credit Unions’ Campaign for Ending Hunger. 

(article from The Piscataquis Observer)

Photo courtesy of Maine Highlands FCU 

Sharon Foster and Roxanne Chase speak to Dover-Foxcroft Kiwanians
about the importance of the Backpack Program in area schools. 


The Kiwanis Club of Dover-Foxcroft supports the Backpack Program with funding and several members of the club volunteer their time filling backpacks each week with the assistance of the
Partnership Food Pantry in Guilford.