Kiwanis Clubs and Divisions

Current Divisions

Effective Through September 30, 2024

Click on the Division for more details about each Kiwanis Club.

Division 1
MAINE – Caribou and Presque Isle

Division 2
MAINE – Bangor Breakfast, Brewer, Dexter Sunrise, Dover-Foxcroft, Hampden, Moosehead Lake, Orono-Old Town, Three Rivers-Milo

Division 3
MAINE – Augusta, Rockland, Greater Waterville

Division 4
MAINE – Lewiston-Auburn, Portland, Saco River Valley, Sanford, Scarborough, Standish, Westbrook

Division 5
NEW HAMPSHIRE – Exeter Area, Laconia, Meredith, The Seacoast (Portsmouth, NH)

Division 6
MASSACHUSETTS – Greater Lawrence, Haverhill, Methuen, Pentucket-Haverhill
NEW HAMPSHIRE – Concord, Hooksett, Hudson, Manchester, Nashua, Salem

Division 7
NEW HAMPSHIRE – Berlin, Colebrook, Mt. Washington Valley
​VERMONT – St. Johnsbury

Division 8
NEW HAMPSHIRE – Claremont
VERMONT – Barre, Hardwick, Montpelier, Rutland

Division 9
MASSACHUSETTS – Beverly, Danvers, Georgetown, Greater Amesbury, Greater Lowell, Westford, Wilmington, Woburn

Division 10
MASSACHUSETTS – Allston-Brighton, eKiwanis, Greater Boston Young Professionals, Roslindale-West Roxbury, Wellesley, Worcester

Division 11
MASSACHUSETTS – Hanson, Marshfield, Milton, Pembroke, Rockland, Weymouth

Division 12
MASSACHUSETTS – Chelsea, East Boston, Everett, Malden, Medford, Somerville, Wakefield-Lynnfield-Melrose.

Division 13
MASSACHUSETTS – Bourne-Wareham, Central Cape Cod, Hyannis, Lower Cape Cod, Mashpee, Sandwich

Division 14
MASSACHUSETTS – Bridgewater, East Bridgewater, Middleboro, Plymouth, Taunton

Division 15
MASSACHUSETTS – Fall River, New Bedford
RHODE ISLAND – Aquidneck Island, Kent County, Newport

Division 16
MASSACHUSETTS – Bernardston, Greenfield, Northfield, Shelburne Falls, Winchendon
NEW HAMPSHIRE – Keene, Peterborough, Winchester
​VERMONT – Brattleboro

Division 17
MASSACHUSETTS – Easthampton-Southampton, Greater Holyoke, Lee, Northampton, Pittsfield, Sheffield, Springfield, Westfield, West Springfield/Agawam

Division 18
CONNECTICUT – Berlin, Enfield (Coming soon!), Glastonbury, Hartford, Meriden, Middletown, Newington, Windsor

Division 19
CONNECTICUT – Cheshire, Milford, New Haven, New London, Old Saybrook-Lyme-Old Lyme, Wallingford

Division 20
CONNECTICUT – Bridgeport, Danbury, Fairfield, Greenwich, Norwalk, Stamford, Weston, Westport, Wilton

Division 21
BERMUDA – Hamilton, St. George’s

Map of Kiwanis Clubs

(Divisions Effective Through September 30, 2024)

Kiwanis Clubs color-coded by Division

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New Divisions

Effective October 1, 2024

During the 2022-2023 Kiwanis year, a committee was started to review our current divisional structure; this committee officially proposed a new divisional structure and policy update adopted by the District Board on December 21, 2023.

The committee worked very hard and was sensitive to the current relationships between clubs. Still, due to membership decline, consecutive vacancies in the Lieutenant Governor position for several divisions, and our current budgetary obligations, the committee recommended and the District Board approved a reduction from 21 divisions to 18 divisions.  This required the renumbering of our divisions and moving some clubs. I have attached here the adopted New England and Bermuda Division structure, which will be effective October 1, 2024.

New Division 1
MAINE – Caribou and Presque Isle

New Division 2
MAINE – Augusta, Bangor Breakfast, Brewer, Dexter Sunrise, Dover-Foxcroft, Greater Waterville, Hampden, Moosehead Lake, Orono-Old Town, Rockland, Three Rivers-Milo

New Division 3
MAINE – Lewiston-Auburn, Portland, Saco River Valley, Sanford, Scarborough, Standish, Westbrook

New Division 4
NEW HAMPSHIRE – Concord, Exeter, Hooksett, Hudson, Laconia, Manchester, Meredith, Nashua, Salem, The Seacoast (Portsmouth)

New Division 5
MASSACHUSETTS – Greater Lawrence, Haverhill, Lowell, Methuen, Pentucket-Haverhill, Westford, Woburn

New Division 6
NEW HAMPSHIRE – Berlin, Colebrook, Mt. Washington Valley
​VERMONT – St. Johnsbury

New Division 7
VERMONT – Barre, Hardwick, Montpelier, Rutland

New Division 8
MASSACHUSETTS – Beverly, Danvers, Georgetown, Greater Amesbury, Wilmington

New Division 9
MASSACHUSETTS – Allston-Brighton, eKiwanis, Greater Boston Young Professionals, Roslindale-West Roxbury, Wellesley

New Division 10
MASSACHUSETTS – Chelsea, East Boston, Everett, Malden, Medford, Somerville, Wakefield-Lynnfield-Melrose.

New Division 11
MASSACHUSETTS – Bridgewater, East Bridgewater, Hanson, Marshfield, Milton, Pembroke, Rockland, Weymouth

New Division 12
MASSACHUSETTS – Bourne-Wareham, Central Cape Cod, Hyannis, Lower Cape Cod, Mashpee, Plymouth, Sandwich

New Division 13
MASSACHUSETTS – Fall River, Middleborough, New Bedford, Taunton
RHODE ISLAND – Aquidneck Island, Kent County, Newport

New Division 14
MASSACHUSETTS – Bernardston, Greenfield, Northfield, Shelburne Falls, Winchendon
NEW HAMPSHIRE – Claremont, Keene, Peterborough, Winchester
​VERMONT – Brattleboro

New Division 15
MASSACHUSETTS – Easthampton-Southampton, Greater Holyoke, Lee, Northampton, Pittsfield, Sheffield, Springfield, Westfield, West Springfield/Agawam, Worcester

New Division 16
CONNECTICUT – Berlin, Cheshire, Enfield (Coming soon!), Glastonbury, Hartford, Meriden, Middletown, Newington, New Haven, New London, Old Saybrook-Lyme-Old Lyme, Wallingford, Windsor

New Division 17
CONNECTICUT – Bridgeport, Danbury, Fairfield, Greenwich, Milford, Norwalk, Stamford, Weston, Westport, Wilton

New Division 18
BERMUDA – Hamilton, St. George’s

Map of Kiwanis Clubs

(Divisions Effective October 1, 2024)

About the District

The first club in the District was in Boston, MA, organized on March 2, 1916 (the 14th in Kiwanis). Kiwanis Clubs were then charted in Bridgeport, CT; Hartford, CT (July 15, 1916); Worcester, MA (November 11, 1916); and Springfield, MA (January 10, 1917).

The organization of the New England District occurred on November 15, 1918, in Worcester, Massachusetts. There were thirteen clubs in the district at that time. Charles S. Webster of Portland, Maine, was the first governor. He was re-elected the next year at a Springfield MA meeting, and he served until October 8, 1920. At the 1920 convention in Holyoke, MA, Thomas E. Babb, Jr. was elected and he, too, was reelected and served until the end of 1922. 

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