Kiwanis
Maryville
576 Foothills Plaza Drive - PMB 154
Maryville, TN 37801-2305
Meetings: Every Tues. at Noon
Green Meadow Country Club·Alcoa, TN·Telephone: 865-233-5520
 
Young Pancake Fan

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Service Project: Aug 30, 2016:
Community Food Connection
Program: Aug 30, 2016:
Elections-Susan Hughes, Commissioner of Elections

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 New 2015 Directors being installed.  Kiwanian of the Year Brenda Sellers & Susan Hughes  Golfers from 2015 Kiwanis Golf Tournament  2015-16 President Bill Henry speaks on his goals.  Pres. Bill Henry inducts new member, Becca Baker with her sponsor, Linda Ullom.  School Weekend Food Program  Highway Pick-up Crew  The Governor's Books From Birth Bus stopped by the party for Maryville Kiwanis' 10th Anniversary of sponsoring  Imagination Library in Blount County.  Charitree at McGhee-Tyson Airport  Interclub with Alcoa Kiwanis  Kiwanis Elementary School Readers  Boy Scout Executive Clay Pruitt updates club on current happenings with Blount County Scouts.

 

Catch the Maryville Kiwanis FIRE.  Kiwanians serve youth.  If you believe in promoting improved youth welfare and performance, help us by joining Maryville Kiwanis Today.  Maryville Kiwanians change the world and our Blount County Community one child at a time.  Join us for a "Free Lunch" any Tuesday, Noon, at Green Meadow Country Club in Alcoa.  We have a job for you that you will love the rest of your life.

Website Purpose.  Provide valuable information for prospective members to learn about our activities and current members to keep track of past and future events. You may also link to important Kiwanis International and Youth Leadership Programs websites.  Take a look at the Photos first.  We have fun while doing important service projects.  We receive more than we give.  You can too.

What do I get out of being a member of Maryville Kiwanis?  There are several important benefits.  First, you are going to make new friends—friends that will last a lifetime. Second, you are going to have fun. Third, you are going to experience good fellowship.  Fourth, you are going to be a better-informed citizen thanks to the great information shared by guest speakers.  Fifth, if you operate in the business world, you are going to have the opportunity to do some networking.  You should not join Kiwanis just for that reason, but the most important thing you will get out of your membership---is the opportunity to see a smile on a face of a child and realize that without you and Maryville Kiwanis, that smile would not be there.  That really makes it all worthwhile.  WE ARE ON FIRE FOR OUR KIDS.

Want more info?  Email me or call me.  Robert Russell, robertpatsy@charter.net, 865-384-7092.