The Manchester Kiwanis Club is a Diversified, enthusiastic group working together to get the job done.
Membership represents many Manchester organizations, which coordinate efforts that make an impact in the community.
Kiwanis Krazy Kash Knight is a major annual event hosted by the Manchester Kiwanis. It has been a rousing success and has gone a long way to benefit the Manchester Schools.
The Kiwanis Club of Manchester, which is one of the Michigan district’s 219 clubs, designed a coverlet that represents historical sites in our area. The proceeds from our coverlet sales are used to help Kiwanis International fight against Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD).
Each year the Kiwanis Club of Manchester enjoys cleaning up of Freddie’s Island by The Mill, downtown. By planting flowers and trimming a few branches, along with Adopt-a-Highway and Christmas in April, we help keep Manchester a great place to live.
A day of volleyball at Carr Park helps Kiwanis provide professional aids and equipment for the kids in Mott’s Childrens Hospitol, along with coloring books that help explain why they are there.
The sale of food, from the Kiwanis Club of Manchester food trailer, at the 4th of July Fireworks, the Manchester Community Fair, and Countryfest help serve the community of Manchester throughout the year.
By selling cider on a Saturday morning in October we help teach preschoolers about safety. A few days before the start of the school year, local preschools run a “Safety Town.” There, five and six year olds learn about fireman, policemen, how to act on a school bus, and many other safety-related items.
These projects, along with many others, help us give a little back to our community.