What is Kiwanis?
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The Kiwanis Club of East Lansing is a service club chartered November 11, 1949, & devoted to improving the quality of life in our community, state, nation and worldwide, with a special focus on the needs of children and young people.

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.

Kiwanis members are generous with our time.
We are creative with our ideas. We are passionate about making a difference.
And we have fun along the way! 

Our Weekly Luncheons Discuss Upcoming Needs, Events, Financials, Etc.
Through These Meetings, You’ll Get A Chance To Meet Our Various Members &
Find Out Who We Are As An Organization.
Many Of Our Dedicated Members Started Off By Simply Attending Our Meetings.
If You’re Looking For A Place To Give Back Or To Fulfill Your Need To Serve Your Neighborhood—
We Promise You That You’ll Feel Right At Home With Us.
We Invite You To Be Our Guest!
Meetings are held on Mondays
from 12:00pm to 1:15pm
Coral Gables Restaurant
2838 Grand River Ave., East Lansing

At our weekly meetings, we host speakers from the local area and beyond to share information about organizations, events, and other interesting topics.
If you would like to come and speak at one of our meetings
please contact
Scott Greenlee at [email protected]

Upcoming Events/ Fundraisers

May 18th- 9am-3pm Rummage Sale – We are going to be working on a fundraising event for the club. This will be a rummage sale, inviting the public to buy a space along with donations from our members to sell. So start looking around your house for items that you want to get rid of! We need volunteers to help put this together. Please contact me if you are interested. 

Extra Mile Award- due by June 15th– Bob Nelson sent us the info on the Extra Mile Award. I can think of several of our members that should be recognized.  There are many Kiwanis members who put in many hours helping out their community without any or much recognition. The Past Lt. Governors Council would like to recognize one of these hardworking individuals who goes the extra mile to enhance the principles of SERVICE here in the Michigan District. The information brochure is attached below. 

June 29th- 12-6pm. Turner-Dodge House and Heritage Center will become a Fairy Kingdom once again this year! Featuring fairytale characters, arts & crafts, music, dance and children’s activities, Fairytale Festival is an event for the whole family. We are sponsoring a table and have been invited to hand out books. Typically 500+ children attend. More info to come. Costume is required! (Just kidding)

July- International Convention in Denver- Two delegates and two alternates are needed. Scott Greenlee and Terry Strickland have volunteered. More info to come. 

Upcoming Speakers:

May 27 – Memorial Day – NO MEETING 

June 3 – Dawn Haddad – Ele’s Place https://elesplace.org/branch-locations/capital-region

June 10 – Elizabeth Johnson – Greater Lansing Optimist Club https://www.facebook.com/groups/295077728506415

June 17 – Jody Krumm – Kick It Out Dance https://kickitoutdance.com

June 24 – Will Tieman – President of the Spartan Sports Network 

Do you know of anyone you think the club would like to hear from? Contact Scott Greenlee at [email protected]

Next Meeting Monday June 3rd ! Not able to join us!
Join us on Zoom: https://msu.zoom.us/j/97894879971
Passcode:  ELK2020 

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