Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World
Kiwanis Club of Aurora
Serving the Children of the World
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03/21/2017
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Aurora Completion Date...
September 9, 1916
Centennial Celebration Dinner...

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Kiwanis Club of Aurora - Rich History... 21st Organized Club
03/21/2017

Here's the list for the first 50 organized Kiwanis International clubs in...

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Kiwanis Awards Community Spring 2017 Grants
03/21/2017
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The Kiwanis Club of Aurora Foundation recognized nine community organizations...

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Kiwanis Pancake Day... a day for all
03/18/2017
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The 67th annual Kiwanis Pancake Day on March 18, 2017 was a day for the...

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Jokes and Food at St. Patrick's Day Luncheon at Ballydoyle
03/14/2017
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Juan Thomas presented a joke about "50 years of marriage" to the Kiwanis...

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Waubonsee Community College Presents Community Service Award to Kiwanis
03/07/2017
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Darla Cardin, Kiwanis member, presents Waubonsee Community College community...

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Beacon-News Reporter Steve Lord Shares about Aurora Mayor Paul Egan
02/27/2017
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Beacon-News reporter Steve Lord shared about his work and research of 50s Aurora...

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Valentine Chocolates at Club Meeting
02/14/2017
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At the Feb. 14, 2917, Kiwanis Club of Aurora, Kim Granholm is set...

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Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing our World one child and one community at a time.”

Click here... A video history of the
Kiwanis Club of Aurora (by Community Foundation of the Fox Valley)
YouTube logoClick here... “A Year in the Life of the Kiwanis Club of Aurora
 
 
 
Kiwanis President's Project (July 13-15)
at Brady Elementary School installing a Kaboom playground

Photos at Photo Gallery "Kaboom Playground at Brady Elementary School - July 15, 2017"
 
 
Joe and kids 4th of July Parade
Aurora's Annual 2017 Fourth of July parade with fellow Kiwanians, family, and friends. More photos (88) are available for viewing at the Photo Gallery.
 

On a festive 4th of July afternoon at Tanner House in Aurora, the Kiwanis Club of Aurora handed-off to the Aurora Historical Society an information packed time capsule. Kiwanis historical archivist Cheryl Vonhoff placed the final rounds of duct tape to seal the club's history box. The box will be opened in the next century, 2116. AHS Executive Director John Jaros received the box for storage in the society's history center. More photos are available for viewing at the Photo Gallery.

 
Kiwanis Club of Aurora President Bill Donnell and President-elect John Ross display 2017 Children's Day proclamations from the governor and the mayors of Aurora and Batavia.
 

Kiwanis Today Club patchAs one of 8,500 clubs in 90+ countries, the Kiwanis Club of Aurora is proud to serve. Focusing on issues involving children, while at the same time supporting our community in many other ways. With a focus on SERVICE, MEMBERSHIP GROWTH, FUN & FELLOWSHIP, our accomplishments in just one year might surprise you.

If you are interested in joining us for lunch, feel free to stop by the Prisco Community Center, 150 W. Illinois Ave., in Aurora, Ill. every Tuesday at noon sharp for our lunch meeting.