Our primary objective is a commitment to make children priority one, which means that all of our efforts are directed at improving the lives of young people in our community. Kiwanis’ motto is “We Build” and the fruits of our labor are clearly visible throughout the community. From our annual scholarships to local projects and events, our Club strives to make a positive impact for Marion County kids. A selection of 2018-2019 projects funded by Marion Noon Kiwanis includes the Marion Wings & Wheels event, Junior Service Guild Christmas Clearinghouse, Harding Youth Football, and the Explore-It-Torium.
The Marion Noon Kiwanis Club was established in 1921; Warren G. Harding the 29th President of the United States, was present at the first meeting. Today the club continues to serve the Marion are as well as participating in projects that serve the greater central Ohio community and the world.
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Meetings are every Thursday at 11:30am to 1pm. Currently the club is meeting in the Community Center at Marion Public Library, 445 East Church St., Marion, OH 43302
In Marion Noon Kiwanis you will find new ways to get to know people in your community. Connect with others—and get involved in projects that change lives. Kiwanis is all about making friends—and making an impact—in your local community so you’ve come to the right place.
Please explore the information on this website to find out more about the Marion Noon Kiwanis Club. If you are not a member yet, we would love to have you as a member.
Marion Noon Kiwanis is proud to be #MarionMade. We Are Serving the Children of the World. MarionMade is proof that we proudly stand together in support of our vibrant community. Join the movement.
Help support Marion Noon Kiwanis and their mission to support youth in Marion County AND possibly win a quarter of beef. Tickets are just $10! Following the cancellations of our annual Pancake Day and golf
As you know, this year we unfortunately had to cancel our two largest fundraisers—the Golf Outing and Pancake Day. These events helped to fund numerous community activities/groups that support children. It is our hope that our
William G. “Bill” Cones, age 83, of Marion, died peacefully on Wednesday, August 5, 2020, at the Marion General Hospital with his loving family by his side following a extended illness. On February 11, 1937,
Marion Noon Kiwanis Meeting Every Thursday
11:30 am at the Marion Public Library
445, E. Church St., Marion, OH 43302