WE ARE ONE OF THE LARGEST
KIWANIS CLUBS IN THE WORLD

JOIN US AT WEEKLY MEETINGS

The Kiwanis Club of Roanoke is one of the largest and most active of the 15,000+ worldwide Kiwanis clubs, and the largest civic organization in the Roanoke Valley. Join our weekly meetings in person or virtually using the Zoom link below, where high-caliber local speakers present timely and relevant topics; many are focused on the under 40 demographic and the business community. Networking is an important element for our civically-engaged Club members. Our membership includes city and state government leaders, corporate leaders, nonprofit leaders, church leaders, civic-minded residents, the 2021 Roanoke City Citizen of the Year, and the 2023 Roanoke City Citizen of the Year. Strong connections and friendships occur here.

We meet in Charter Hall on the third floor of the Roanoke City Market Building. Guest attendance is free of charge, with no obligation, and includes lunch. We have been serving the Roanoke community for over 100 years and would be delighted to have you join us. Community service is what we do. Join us and get involved.

June 26 - Tori Williams / Andrea Garland - Roanoke Valley-Alleghany Regional Commission

July 3 - No meeting

July 10 - Nelson Harris - Heights Community Church

July 17 - Nikki Austin-Hicks - Alzheimer's Walk

July 24 - Bethany Worley - Blue Ridge Institute & Museum

UPCOMING SPEAKER

Andrea Garland           Tori Williams

June 26

Join us Wednesday for our weekly meeting at 12:30 PM to listen to Andrea Garland and Tori Williams provide an overview of transportation priorities in the Roanoke Valley. Tori is the Director of Transportation Planning for the City of Roanoke. Andrea is the Director of RIDE Solutions. Their presentation will include Interstate 81 and the Regional Electric Vehicle Charging Study.

Andrea, a native of Bogota, Colombia, relied on public transit, biking and walking as she grew up, inspiring her interest in the field of transportation. A 2007 Virginia Tech graduate with a master's degree in civil engineering, she serves as director of RIDE solutions, the transportation demand management program for Southwest Virginia.

Tori has extensive experience in the region and with regional organizations. Most recently with Virginia Tech as a Policy Planning Manager, he has also spent time as a planner with Roanoke County and the VP of Public Policy with the Roanoke Regional Chamber.

You may register as a guest to attend this weekly meeting in person or attend virtually using the Zoom link below:

Meeting ID:  817 8581 5453          Passcode:  102906

Weekly Meeting Zoom Link: Click Here