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With more than 50 community leaders as members, the Kiwanis Club of Siloam Springs is dedicated to building friendships, developing leadership skills, making business contacts and, most importantly, serving the most precious asset of Siloam Springs and the world - our children.
The Kiwanians of Siloam Springs work together to
achieve what one person cannot accomplish
About Siloam Springs
Siloam Springs has a population of just over 15,000 and is located in the Ozarks region of the United States. It is in the far northwest corner of Arkansas on the border with Oklahoma and about 30 miles from Fayetteville.Siloam Springs is known for its spirit of volunteerism and natural beauty. The pristine, physical setting of the downtown is a feature element. Scenic Sager Creek with its rock wall-lined banks flows through the downtown. Shaded by stately trees and decorated with dogwoods, showcase parks embrace the creek. Fountains, foot bridges, greens space, gazebos and even duck crossings compel visitors to relax and enjoy their surroundings. Named by Smithsonian.com as one of the 20 Best Small Towns in America (May 2012).
Kiwanis Pancake Day is coming!
Saturday April 26th, 2014, during the 40th Annual Dogwood Festival, at the First United Methodist Church, 325 E. Twin Springs Street.
Spaghetti Supper and Silent Auction, November 12, 2013!
Thanks to everyone who cooked, donated, sold tickets and otherwise contributed to the success of this event.
The proceeds will be applied to scholarships and community programs benefiting area youth.
Printable Spaghetti Supper & Silent Auction flyer available here:
Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time.
Kiwanis attempts to improve the quality of life of children and youth two ways: directly through activities promoting health, education, etc. and encouragement of leadership and service among youth. In pursuit of the latter goal, Kiwanis sponsors about 7,000 youth service clubs with nearly 320,000 youth members.
As a global project in coordination with UNICEF, members and clubs contributed more than $80 million toward the global elimination of iodine deficiency disorders (IDD), the leading preventable cause of mental retardation. Beginning in 2010 Kiwanis International once again joined with UNICEFto launch a new worldwide health initiative, dedicated to wiping out maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT), which kills more than 60,000 babies and a significant number of women each year.In 2007, the charitable financial arm, Kiwanis International Foundation, was awarded the top rating by an independent evaluator
2014 Upcoming Programs:
March 5th, Attorney David Bailey
March 12th, Dr. Don Reed
March 19th, Drew Michaels, 40/29 Meteorologist
March 26th, Mark Zaiger, sales manager of the NWA Naturals
The public is invited to attend.
*February 26th: Rev. Gary Wheat reporting on a mission trip to Africa.
*February 19th: Jeremy Harp of Edward Jones on the economy.
*February 12th: Ed Javorsky, host of The Fan Outdoors radio program, speaking about stocking Sager Creek with game fish.
*January 29th: Chris Buckman, University of Arkansas Razorback Track Coach.
*January 22nd: Meredith Bergstrom From Main street Siloam Springs.
*January 15th: Allison Shaeffer from Youth Bridge.
*January 8: Lt. Bryan Austin of the Siloam Springs Police Department.
*December 18: Christmas Program presented by Rev. David Hudak, Christ Lutheran Church of Siloam Springs.
*November 27: Tim McCord, Co-Chairman of the SSHS Multipurpose Stadium Fund Raising Campaign.
*November 20: Coach Scott Wright of the Siloam Springs Softball and Tennis teams.
*November 13: Kolin Blakely, Executive Director of the Siloam Springs Adult Development Center.
*Sandy Luetjen, City Marketing Director, will report on the new Wayfinding signs being erected in Siloam Springs. She will bring an update on the schedule, as well as telling us where the signs will be located. She will speak to the Club at its regular noon meeting on November 6, 2013.
The Siloam Springs Kiwanis Club performed a successful roadside clean-up along Highway 412 on Saturday October 26, 2013. Thanks to everyone who volunteered their time and effort to improve our community.
For additional information regarding Kiwanis and our worldwide service projects, please visit www.kiwanis.org
President: Jay C. Williams, Siloam Springs City Attorney
President Elect: Levi Price, Arvest Bank
Vice President: David Bailey, Bailey Law Firm
Secretary: Craig Taylor, Moss Insurance Group
Treasurer: Christy Dunken, Public Accountant
Immediate Past President: Keith Moore, Farmers Insurance
The Siloam Springs Kiwanis Club is proud to be the Home Club of 2013-2014 Division 19A Lieutenant Governor, Tony Williams
Whether you are a lifetime resident or new to our area, we invite you to join us. We welcome new ideas and value enthusiasm from members and volunteers, young and old.
The Siloam Springs Kiwanis Club meets each Wednesday at Noon at the John Brown University Mabee Center Dye Lounge (adjacent to the cafeteria), 2000 West University Street, Siloam Springs, AR 72761.
Siloam Springs Kiwanis Club P.O. Box 392, Siloam Springs, AR 72761