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Kiwanis Club of Rochester Serving

the Children of Rochester, Olmsted County and the World

 

Kiwanis Motto: Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers, dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time.

We are a group of individuals from many walks of life who enjoy doing things together for the betterment of our community and the people in it.

 

Our objective is to seek out and support organizations and activities that will serve to build a better community and
enrich the lives of our youth and senior citizens. We do this monetarily through our fund-raising projects and through the donation of our time and talents in various community projects.

We meet weekly at Saints on Second, Courtyard Merriot

161 13th Avenue SW, Rochester, MN 55902

We have a few opening exercises, short business announcements,

some humor and then a program of interest. Topics are varied and are coordinated by the current month's Circle of Service team.

Anyone with questions about activities or membership, please contact: Charlie Graham 288-8525 cgraham120@charter.net, Clare Warren 254-2087 clarew60@gmail.com

A Sample of 2017 Programs
Hiawatha Home Volunteering Screenshot from 2017 11 12 21:30:25 Josh May: Y's New Executive Director

 


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Rochester Area News

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