President: Alanna Moses
Secretary: Carol Ripka
Treasurer: Bill Hurt
Past President: Les Race
Place and Time
We meet at the Gourmet Grub Restaurant, 5:30 PM for business/social meetings 1st Monday and noon for lunch 2nd and 3rd Tuesdays with an entertaining/educational program each time.
Satellite Meetings - 3rd Monday - 5:30pm at Broken Plow onn west 10th St.
Regular weekly attendance is encouraged. There are no strict attendance requirements in Kiwanis. All members are encouraged to participate in our many projects.
Monthly dues are $17 for regular and corporate memberships and include international and district dues to our worldwide service organization. This membership entitles you to all previledges, meals paid personally. Any dues increase must be voted on by the membership. We also have available Satellite Membership at $51/quarter and members meet and socialize at a date/time set by the existing members. Satellite members are also included in the above coverage and are welcome to attend any regular meeting of the Club at any time.
Our Club and the Division
The Kiwanis Club of Greeley, chartered March 21, 1922 is within Division 2 of the Rocky Mountain District and includes two clubs in Greeley, one in Windsor and one in Johnstown/Milliken. The Rocky Mountain District is composed of 17 divisions with over 2800 members in Colorado, Wyoming and the panhandle of Nebraska.
Our club has over 40 members from Greeley and surrounding communities. The club is one of the most active service clubs anywhere in the Rocky Mountain area, and we enjoy great fellowship at our meetings and when working on our many projects.
What the Kiwanis Club of Greeley Can Do For You:
Provide the opportunity for lasting friendships and the fellowship often lacking in our busy world;
Involve you in the life of the community; its social and service opportunities and provide a better understanding of its problems;
Open the door to the informal exchange of ideas on a wide range of topics;
Encourage you to share your own ideas and opinions with others in your peer group;
Develop your leadership skills by serving the club in positions of responsibility;
Broaden your general knowledge by providing, on a regular basis, speakers on scores of interesting subjects; and
Make you a better citizen by providing you with a sense of fulfillment and imparting the knowledge that the effort of each individual really counts.