Marion Noon Kiwanis’ 4th Annual Golf Outing scheduled for August 14, 2020 at Kings Mills Golf Club has been canceled. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, regrettably our Annual Kiwanis Golf Outing has been canceled. Marion County is currently at Level 3—Red. According to Ohio Guidelines at Level 3—Public Emergency—there is very high exposure and spread. It is
This year’s event is Saturday, February 22, 7am to 2pm at Tri-Rivers Career Center. Adults, 13 and older $6 at the door or $5 if purchased earlier and for youth, 4 to 12 years old, tickets are $4 at the door and $3, if purchased earlier. Along with all the pancakes you can eat, you’ll
Marion Noon Kiwanis' 2nd Annual Golf Outing was an awesome day of golfing for a good cause! Proceeds go toward scholarships. The 4-person, 18-hole Scramble was held at Whetstone Golf Club, Friday, June 8. There were 13 teams who participated. Many thanks to all volunteers and participants. Special thanks to our T-shirt and tee sponsors:
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 Day, chances are you've had your share of pancakes—one of our organizations' key ingredients for a successful fundraiser. This year's event is in memory of
Marion Noon Kiwanis Member Jack Bull was installed as our Kiwanis Lt. Governor for District 11 South during the Council meeting hosted by our club at OSUM's Maynard Hall/Guthery Room. During the evening meeting, outgoing Lt. Governer Lynn Stoycheff shared her reflections of her year and Division Officers were installed. Marion Noon Kiwanis President Amber
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
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
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
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.
Marion Noon Kiwanis is pleased to welcome our newest members: David Hepp, Marion Public Library; Sean DeWitt, Boys & Girls Club and Manoj Sharma, Merrill Lynch. Be sure to follow Marion Noon Kiwanis on FACEBOOK.