Wilton's Oldest Service Club


  Police Chief Bob Crosby to Speak Wednesday Dec. 7 ;

Holiday Luncheon Dec. 21 Features WHS Madrigals

Chief Robert Crosby of the Wilton Police Department will speak at the Kiwanis luncheon Wednesday.

A 33-year member of the department, Chief Crosby started in 1983 as a patrol officer, and has held virtually every position in the department prior to being named Chief by the Police Commission in 2015.  After eight years as a patrol officer, he served seven years as Wilton's Youth Officer.  Succeeding positions included Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain and Deputy Chief.

Chief Crosby is a graduate of Western Connecticut State University and the FBI National Academy.  He will explain to the assembled Kiwanians what drives the department in Wilton.


Holiday  Luncheon     Featuring WHS Madrigals

Wednesday, Dec 21, WEPCO

          11:20 Cocktails          Lounge        With Appetizers: Baked Brie, Swedish Meatballs

          12:00 Lunch   (served) Main Hall

          Salad; Roasted Chicken Breast, Challah Stuffing, Cider Sauce;  Broccoli; Surprise Dessert; Coffee

            1:00 WHS Madrigals

Reservations Required*      Click Here to reserve

*Guest charge of $25 will be added to your quarterly bill; Senior and Leave of Absence members will be billed the usual $15. (Reservation required by Dec 17 to ensure you will be fed)


Kiwanis is Wilton's first service club, founded in 1951. It meets weekly at the Wilton Episcopal Presbyterian Complex (WEPCO) on New Canaan Road from noon to 1:30 every Wednesday for lunch and a speaker.  For more information call Paul Hannah at 203-762-9951 or Bud Taylor at 203-354-0208.