Kiwanis International European Federation

Serving the children of the World.


Congratulations to the first winners of a 51st KI-EF convention vintage bottle of Ghemme! Your trophy will be waiting for you in Baveno:

Gérard Anneet, Giordano Bonifaci, Armin Broger, Klaus Dannenberger, Arie de Groot, Claire Decock, André Decrock, Ellen Eichberg, André Eschler, Peter Fischer, Jean-Michel Gibaud, Siegfried Görg, Bruno Güntlisberger, Hjördís Harðardóttir, Jon-Fadri Huder, Heinz Jost, Urs Jucker, Guðlaugur Kristjánsson, Markus Lanz, Otto Läubli, Dieter Marxer, Eric Meurer-Eichberg, Markus Meyer, Jaak Michiels, Gabriele Neumayr-Stof, Pierre-Alain Pingoud, Michaela Prasthofer, Jürgen Roese, Vincent Salembier, Markus Schaper, Günter Schaper, Gerard Schipper, Tony Schläppi, Ulrich Soltermann, Markus Thiele, Wolfgang Tomek, Carola von Radowitz Guntrum, Johannes Werder, Paul Widmer, Nico Zila

Don’t see your name in this first list? Watch out for our next mailing announcing the second round of winners*! In the meantime, please make sure you register online for the convention before 7th May 2018, as after that date, you will only be able to register on site when you come to Baveno.

If you wish to take part in the voting during the House of Delegates, please remember to fill in the certificate of election for delegates and alternates, have it signed by your club president and secretary and send it to Member Support Center (MSC) in Ghent at before 25th April 2018.

Looking for additional information on Baveno? Please visit KI-EF’s convention website! Should you still have questions, please do not hesitate to contact a member of the Host Committee at or MSC at

I look forward to seeing you all in Baveno.

Piero Grasso
Your KI-EF President


As with many websites, our Website uses a technology called “cookies.” more information

A cookie is a unique, random number that is stored in the browser on your computer. The cookie doesn’t actually identify you, just the computer that is used to visit the site. Cookies automatically identify your browser to the Website whenever your computer is used to visit the Website. Cookies also let us know how many people visit the Website and where visitors go on the Website. In addition, cookies can let us know non-personally identifiable information, like what web browser is being used to access the Website. For registered users, cookies can make using the Website easier for you by saving information such as your passwords or preferences. By tracking how and when you use the Website, cookies help us determine which areas are popular and which are not. Many improvements and updates to the Website are based on data obtained from cookies. Accepting cookies allows you, among other things, to personalize your experience on the Website. Cookies may also allow the Website to present to you advertising that may be of special interest to you. If you do not want information collected through the use of cookies, your browser should contain an option that allows you to disable or delete cookie data at any time. Some areas of the Website, however, may not provide you with a personalized experience if you have disabled the use of cookies. The cookies are not tied to personal information.