Making a Difference
Founded in 1918, the Kiwanis Club of Jackson, Michigan has a long history of investing in children and our community and of having fun.
The club gives back about $80,000 each year, whether it be sponsoring the Kiwanis bucket at the new Splash Pad at The Cascades (photo: eight Kiwanians are doused by the bucket during the Grand Opening), providing students with dictionaries, shoes and boots or scholarships, feeding the hungry, ringing the Salvation Army bell, adding 1,000 flags in our community during flag-waving holidays, and so much more. We are friends, committed to making our community better.
Does any of this interest you? Attend a club meeting or volunteer opportunity or become a member.
Weekly luncheon meetings are Friday at noon at Cascades Manor House, 1970 Kibby Road in Jackson. You will be welcomed like an old friend.
And that’s what you will become once you join-an old friend who makes a difference.
September 21: Travel and Adventure Film Series: 'Pacific Coast Top to Bottom.' 7pm. Jackson High School.
October 12: Travel and Adventure Film Series: 'A Taste of Old Holland.' 7pm. Jackson High School.
November 2: Travel and Adventure Film Series: 'A Week in Paris.' 7 pm. Jackson High School.
March 1: Travel and Adventure Film Series: 'Tibet: a Light in the Darkness.' 7pm. Jackson High School.
March 22: Travel and Adventure Film Series: 'Stern Wheeling Alaska's Inside Passage.' 7pm. Jackson High School.
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