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
Welcome to our newest member--Cory White, Community Impact Manager for United Way of Marion. We are glad to have you!! Pictured Club President Dean Jacob, Carrie Hutchman and Cory.
Proud of our Kiwanis Trivia Team of David Hepp, Jim DeSimone, Ron Cramer and Dean Jacob (Dean took the picture). They placed second at the Lions Club Trivia Contest. Way to Go!!
Pancake Party 2016 was a huge success! Special thanks to our sponsors, volunteers, performers, and all of you who came out to support the event!! More than 1,900 people attended the event helping to raise $12,300 for the various local organizations supported by Marion Noon Kiwanis. We went through more than 500 pounds of pancake
Marion Noon Kiwanis welcomes new members Andrew Carter, Marion Star Reporter, and Tonya McCreary of Verne Hart. Their sponsors were Jean Obenour and Dean Jacob.
When it comes to serving up a scrumptious breakfast, nothing seems to top our fascination with the pancake. And if you're familiar with the Marion Noon Kiwanis Annual Pancake Party, chances are you've had your share of pancakes—one of our organizations' key ingredients for a successful fundraiser. This year's event is Saturday, February 20, 7am
Dean Jacob was installed as president for the Marion Noon Kiwanis by Kiwanis Lt. Gov. Dick Brulott. Jacob, an active attorney since 1986—focusing primarily in real estate, estate planning, and probate law—now uses those skills to manage the many functions as president and CEO of the Marion Community Foundation. The Foundation is a charitable non-profit
Welcome to our newest members. L to R: Tim Peacock, Ashley Teets and Tyler Emrick of Peacock Water; member Amber Johnson and Dom Iacovone. Amber of Johnson Property Services sponsored all four. We are growing. Please join us!