Founded in 1917, the Kiwanis Club of Jackson has a long history of helping children and our community and of having fun. The club gives back about $80,000 each year, whether it be providing children with shoes and boots, renovating the Kiwanis Park or planting hundreds of flags at local homes and businesses.
Does that interest you? Attend a club meeting or become a member.
Weekly luncheon meetings are Friday at noon at Cascades Manor House, 1970 Kibby Road in Jackson. Or attend our monthly meetings on the second Wednesday of the month, starting at 6 p.m., at Hugo's, 501 Longfellow Ave 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.
Making a Difference
Planting flowers in downtown Jackson, collecting children's books for a local doctor's office and handing out scholarships are just some of the ways that the Kiwanis Club of Jackson is making a difference in our community.
Read more about them and all of our projects.
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