Marion Noon Kiwanis held its first annual Kiwanis Golf Outing Thursday, May 11, 2017 at Whetstone Golf Club. The event started out a little chilly, but the attendance was great! We appreciate everyone who came out to golf and all of our sponsors. Next year will be even bigger and better! Special Thanks to the
Marion Noon Kiwanis is holding its first annual Kiwanis Golf Outing Thursday, May 11, 2017 at Whetstone Golf Club with a Shotgun Start at Noon. The deadline to sign up for this event which will raise scholarship funds for the Marion Noon Kiwanis Foundation is April 24. The format is 4-person teams, 18-holes Scramble. Cost
Thanks sponsors for supporting the 2017 Marion Noon Kiwanis Pancake Day, Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017 at Tri-Rivers Career Center, 7am-2pm. All the pancakes you can eat! It’s a Tradition!!
Bill and Peggy Flinta. Marion Noon Kiwanis hosted the Ohio District Division 11-South Council Meeting, Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017. The highlight of the evening was Ohio District Governor Bill Flinta's address and his wife, Peggy's, update on the First Family Project. The event was held in the Guthery Room in Maynard Hall on
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It is with sadness that we say goodbye to longtime member Bob Columber. Bob was our friend, colleague, and dedicated Marion Noon Kiwanis member. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, December 3, 2016 at 1 pm at the Marion Salem United Methodist Church, 1640 Salem Road Caledonia, Ohio, officiated by Pastor Beth Mansperger.
Marion Noon Kiwanis donated funds to help assure that each student at Benjamin Harrison School received a book during Right to Read Week. Kiwanis President Dean Jacob and Board Member Debbie Rush represented our club in a presentation to Principal Leah Filliater. The 467 books were distributed on Sept. 26. Rush, a Farmers Insurance Agent, also donated
Six Kiwanis members and two members' spouses recently volunteered their time to put two coats of paint on a total of 694 linear feet of trim for the Habitat for Humanity house on State Street. "We have 756 linear feet of trim left and tentatively are targeting July 30 to complete the project," said Dave
Marion Noon Kiwanis has moved its meetings to the Marion Public Library, 445 E. Church St, Marion, OH on a temporary basis through the September 8, 2016 meeting. Meetings are 11:30am-1pm "If we like the new location, the board will vote to make it permanent," said Dean Jacob, club president. "The library provides a convenient
Representatives of the Leadership Marion Class of 2016 shared the details of their class project—Restoring the Glory of Lincoln Field, at the Thursday, April 28 meeting. The Leadership Marion Class has partnered with The Marion Merchants to restore the Lincoln Field in order to provide city youth the opportunity to take part in America's favorite