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Our Club Meets Monday Nights
Join the Kiwanis Club at 6:15PM for any of our weekly Monday night meetings.
Note: On May 18 we will meet at McPeek Lodge. On May 25 we will not meet (in observation of Memorial Day). We will meet at the Granville Inn on Monday, June 1, 2015. Join us! Please check this website for meeting location and schedule.
Visitors are always welcome! - President, Tom Harvey
Upcoming Meeting Schedule: *
Monday, May 18, 2015 - Meeting and Board Meeting at McPeek Lodge. Program and dinner at 6:15 PM.
Monday, May 25, 2015 - Memorial Day. No meeting/Round Table. [Attend May 18 meeting.]
Monday, June 1, 2015 - Granville Inn at 6:15PM. Regular Meeting, Program. $10 Dinner.
Monday, June 8, 2015 - Granville Inn at 6:15PM. Regular meeting, Program July 4th Planning Committee. $10 Dinner.
Monday, June 15, 2015 - Granville Inn at 6:15PM. Regular meeting, Program. $10 Dinner.
Upcoming Projects and Fundraisers:
Wed-Sat, July 1-4, 2015 - Granville Kiwanis 4th of July. Granville Foundation Fireworks on Thurs, July 2; Parade on July 4th; Granville's Got Talent on July 1.
Saturday, October 3, 2015 - Maple Leaf 5K run/walk and competitive walk. 8:30AM start.
Saturday, October 31, 2015 - Jingle Bell 5K at OSU-Newark/Rotary Pavillion Park, Supports Salvation Army co-hosted by Kiwanis Clubs of Granville, Newark, and Heath/Moundbuilders. Decorated costume contest for kids. 9 AM start.
Photos of Recent Service Projects and Events
Eve Elliott Easter Basket project - 80 baskets were made and donated with 65 stuffed animals and given to Mental Health American of Licking County on March 27, 2015.
Lt. Gov. Jerry Miller and Granville Kiwanis host Div10E Council Meeting at Denison, Nov. 11, 2014
Granville Senior Center Building Renovations, United Way's Day of Caring Sept 24, 2014.
Thom McKee leads Granville Kiwanis' Team to victory in annual Chili Cookoff fundraiser Oct. 2014
Welcome to the Kiwanis Club of Granville, Ohio
Kiwanis is a service organization of volunteers
Dedicated to Serving Children
Join the Granville Kiwanis!
Open Meetings every Monday at 6:15 PM
While the Granville Inn is closed for renovations ...
The Kiwanis Club will still meet on Mondays at 6:15PM, however we will be mobile and include more service meetings during the renovation through May 2015. Most meetings will take place at Denison University, in the President's Dining Room at Huffman Hall. This website will post the updated schedule. Visitors are always welcome!
President, Tom Harvey
VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!
Programs and Meetings are Open to the Public!
Questions for the Granville Kiwanis Club can be directed to email@example.com or Club President Tom Harvey 740-404-1189.
Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World!
About heroes without capes..."When I was very young, most of my childhood heroes wore capes, flew through the air, or picked up buildings with one arm. They were spectacular and got a lot of attention. But as I grew, my heroes changed, so that now I can honestly say that anyone who does anything to help a child is a hero to me."
-Quote from Mr. Rogers in The World According to Mr. Rogers
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Buy Our Delicious Syrup TODAY, Support Children!
Pure Maple Syrup is a perfect gift for friends and family! It's also a novel way to say "Thank You" and share your support of a worthwhile cause! Hurry while supplies last! This year's sap production turned out to be above normal, despite being delayed by the unusually late record-low cold temperatures. With the support of Kiwanian Bob Warner, our boiling process benefited from use of his updated evaporator system at his families' historic Loudon Crest Farm sugar shack on Loudon St. If you drove by the 'sugar shack' at night in March, you would have seen the steam rolling from the boiling sap water and perhaps a few sparks from the super hot firewood. A few folks stopped by when we were collecting sap from our educational buckets at Welsh Hills and Granville Elementary School, and more while we were boiling at the sugar shack. Everyone must experience the steam-filled sweet smell of fresh maple syrup at least once in their lifetime. Before the season ended, students from Welsh Hills School and Granville Elementary visited the sugar shack and witnessed the entire process, sweet steam and all! A few families tapped their own maple trees and collected sap water with us, producing their own pure maple syrup! 100% of our maple syrup proceeds benefit children and our community projects.