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. Join our weekly meetings in person or virtually using the Zoom link below, where high-caliber local speakers present timely and relevant topics; most 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, civic-minded citizens, and the 2021 Roanoke Citizen of the Year.
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.
February 1 - Roanoke NAACP - Dr. Brenda Hale
February 8 - Retired Educator - Marylen Harmon
February 15 - Shilo Baptist Church - Joe Gaither
February 22 - City of Roanoke - Sherman Lee
Dr. Maylen Harmon
Join us Wednesday for our weekly meeting at 12:30 PM to listen to Dr. Harmon. In honor of "Black History Month," she will speak about her life as an African American.
Dr. Harmon taught in Roanoke County for almost 40 years, and has spent her life addressing diversity issues. She said that while the United States has changed a lot over the years, one of her most important lessons was always sharing the stories of King and his legacy on the African-American community.