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Kiwanis Club of Marshalltown

P.O. Box 1744

Marshalltown IA 50158-7744

Serving the Children of the World

ABOUT US

We aren’t about to slow down!

 

Our club has been greatly blessed during its 96 years of existence with a wonderful membership that makes so much happen. To that end, we invite more people to consider joining our club.

 

Please accept our invitation to join a vibrant, involved group that also just happens to have a lot of fun!

The Marshalltown club (also known informally as the Noon” Kiwanis Club or the Nooners) was the first Kiwanis club formed in our community. Members meet at 12 noon Tuesdays at the American Legion, 1301 S. 6th St. We invite you to visit!

Text Box: Pancake Day, started by our club in 1955, is our major fund-raiser.
Kiwanis Park was donated to the City of Marshalltown in 1974. Improvements and upgrades were begun in 1996.
Annual MCC Scholarships awarded to two (2)  Marshalltown Community College students, through gumball sales
Franklin Field, site of many youth-oriented sporting events was the first Kiwanis project in Marshalltown back in 1922.
Young Children: Priority One programs include Onesies instructing parents “This Side Up” to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
Backpacks for Kids in Crisis are filled with personal items, a book or a stuffed toy and given to children displaced from their homes for their safety.  
Start-up of Marshalltown Little League
Contributions to the MHS/Community Auditorium, the Pleasant Hill pool; the Emergency Food Box; other projects
Camp OK is a Nebraska-Iowa Kiwanis District Foundation program offering a quality summer camp for 5th and 6th grade students who would normally be unable to participate.
Our concession stand, located on the visitor side of the Marshalltown High School football field.

Here are some special highlights over 94 years:

This little one models a most fashionable frock all babies should be wearing the first few months of their lives.

 

“Fragile: This Side Up” instructs the parent or caregiver how to place an infant for naps and sleep.

 

Children should be placed on their backs to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS.

 

We teamed with Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS) to offer these onesies to parents of newborns in Marshall County.

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We’re celebrating 96 years of Kiwanis service

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