Throughout 2015, watch for a series of high-profile events that can add extra luster to your local celebration. In early January, keep an eye out for the Kiwanis 100th anniversary float at the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, USA. Also in January, celebrate Kiwanis’ anniversary week with the first Kiwanis club: Detroit No. 1 in Detroit, Michigan.
In June, the Kiwanis International convention takes place in Indianapolis, home of the Kiwanis International Office. The city will also host the Key Club and Circle K conventions, plus the Aktion Club TLC conference. The Indianapolis convention will be the perfect place for all Kiwanians celebrating 100 years of service. Every club should be represented at this historic gathering.
The Kiwanis Centennial Tour will touch down in cities throughout the world, so plan to attend one of these events near you and meet the 2014–15 president, John Button.
Attend Kiwanis’ anniversary celebration events, and collect unique commemorative pins
• Detroit: A specially designed pin will be given to all attendees of the January 2015 event.
• Centennial Tour: Throughout the year, those attending a centennial tour event will receive the tour’s official pin.
• Indianapolis: At the 2015 convention, a 100th anniversary pin and a limited-edition pin set will both be available for sale.
Don’t miss out on these collectible items. Make plans to attend these exciting events!
The iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home of the Indianapolis 500 race.