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OUR CENTURY OF SERVICESlide2
, Kiwanis commemorates 100 years of service. Join the party!
1. Remember our history
2. Plan anniversary-themed events
3. Create your own celebrationSlide3
There’s plenty to celebrate, both locally and internationally.
In 1916, a year after its founding, Kiwanis
boasted only 3 clubs and roughly 500 members.
Today there are some 600,000 members in
our Kiwanis family, with clubs in 80 nations.
Our growing global impact
Kiwanians annually stage roughly 150,000 service projects, raise approximately $100 million and contribute more than 6 million service hours.Slide5
Join the worldwide celebration!
Rose Parade float
Detroit anniversary celebration
Kiwanis International conventionSlide6
The festivities begin
with the Rose Parade floatSlide7
The Kiwanis Centennial Tour
travels the worldSlide8
The party continues where it all began: Detroit, MichiganSlide9
The festivities conclude at the Kiwanis International convention in Indianapolis, IndianaSlide10
Now is a great time to highlight
your own club’s contributions to KiwanisSlide11
And what better time to lay the
foundation for Kiwanis’ next century?Slide12
Develop anniversary-themed events
Consider a project that ties in with the
number 100. Or perhaps a “platinum”
project, because platinum is the 100th
Create a centennial playgroundSlide14
Develop a service project
with truly lasting impactSlide15
Remember The Eliminate Project, Kiwanis’ anniversary gift to the worldSlide16
Turbo charge your 100th anniversary fundraising
efforts to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanusSlide17
Let the world know what’s happening.Slide18
Keep up with the latest by visiting the Kiwanis 100th anniversary website
Celebrate, then prepare for the next 100 years!