Early in 1930, a group of Marietta business and professional men became interested in organizing a Kiwanis Club in the city. From its beginning in 1930 to the present, the Kiwanis Club of Marietta has been a strong service organization with a special outreach to children in our community. While membership was initially exclusively for men, membership became available to women beginning in 1987.
One of the Club's earliest service projects was assisting in the establishment of a charity ward at the Marietta Hospital in 1933. Fast-forward to current day and you will find our members involved in many projects, including our Flag Project and the Field of Flags, Scholarships, Graduate Marietta, Veterans Day Parade, Special Olympics, as well as working with many nonprofits throughout the year. Read more about our History and Tradition of Service.
Interested in joining the Kiwanis Club of Marietta or just need more information? We would love to hear from you!
CLICK HERE to e-mail Pat Huey, our Executive Director.
CLICK HERE to download our membership application.
Regular meeting - Major King, Marietta Police Department - “Active Shooter presentation”
November 16, 2017 -
12:15 to 13:15