Greater Covington
PO Box 2532
Covington, LA 70434
Meetings: Every Tues. at 7:30 AM ·Covington Presbyterian Fellowship Hall ·Covington, LA·Telephone: 985-893-4123

 Greater Covington members Francis Dunn (left) and Dan Johnson (second from right) join other planners at "Hoops for Kids" competition  Parish President, Pat Brister, speaks before large crowd gathered at St. Paul's School for the Kiwanis annual civic leadership prayer breakfast  Grisel Marquise, Sandra Breaux, Margie Housey, and Jackie Hope attending the Fall Officer Installaton Banquet  Best of show at recent open car and truck show held at Hood Chevrolet  Kiwanis partners with Keep Covington Beautiful on a number of annual community service projects including Abor Day  Jackie Hope, Sandra Breaux, and Sam Gordon prepare for open car and truck show competition  President Dan Johnson is joined by 2014-15 Kiwanis Scholoarship recipients Lauren Biggers (left) and Katie Gagliano (right) for mid-winter luncheon  2 i-pads are donated to area autism program to help with youth communication  Holiday food collection and distribution by the Covington Food Bank is aided by members of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Covington  Christine Pellisier (2nd from left) was inducted into the club in January.  A job well done on assembling donated picnic tables for local school  Members of our  St. Scholastica Academy Key Club display some of the winter coats donated to help people in need of winter clothing  Kiwanis supports "Terrific Kid" program at Lyons Elementary


Kiwanis of Greater Covington supports youth development in our community.  Student achievement in grade and middle schools is acknowledged and promoted through “Terrific Kids Programs” at Covington and Lyons Elementary Schools, and through a “Bringing Up Grades” program at the Pine View Middle School.  Student leadership and community service is fostered through high school “Key Clubs” at Covington, Hannon, and St. Paul’s High Schools, and St. Scholastica Academy.  Finally, the Kiwanis of Greater Covington partners with other non-profit organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club of Covington, Faith Bible Church, the YMCA, and the Boy Scouts of America to offer young people summer camp, after-school learning, and leadership opportunities.  Support for these projects is provided by local businesses and individual sponsors as well as Club sponsored self-generated fund raising projects.  If you are interested in performing community service and helping children in Covington, we encourage you to learn more about the Kiwanis Club of Greater Covington 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. For more information about how you can become a member or sponsor of the Kiwanis of Greater Covington, please use the Email for Information button on our Club Information page.