Great Turnout For Flapjacks

Thank you to everyone who came out and joined us for breakfast this morning! We are Kiwanians because we love serving our community and you gave us a great chance. I hope you ate your fill and that the pancakes and sausage were delicious. If you are 18 or older please consider becoming a member of our great organization! - President, Annie Catron

P.S. check out some of our members hard at work

Pancakes, Pancakes, Pancakes

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It is time again for the Annual Hopkinsville Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast! Join us February 3, 2018, from 6am to 11am for all you can eat pancakes, sausage, juice, milk, coffee, and water. It all takes place at the War Memorial Building, 1202 S. Virginia Street, Hopkinsville, KY. Tickets can be purchased for $6 from all Kiwanis members or from one of our generous business partners: Christian County Chamber of Commerce, Toyota of Hopkinsville, HES, Pennyroyal Hospice, and WKDZ/WHVO.

Bell Ringing Head To Head

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Get your donations ready and bring them December 8th and 9th at the Walmart Super Center on Clinic Drive in Hopkinsville. The Kiwanis Club will be manning the Retail side door Friday night and the Grocery side door Saturday night. We are the defending champions in this battle of the bells and we want to come out on top again this year!! 

Governor Dale Stops By

It was great to have KT District Governor Dale Hawkins at our Division 14 meeting Thursday night (he’s in the division all the time, but tonight was special)! As a member of the Glasgow club, Dale is a familiar face to many Local Kiwanians and his message is simple - #KidsNeedKiwanis #KiwanisNeedsYou so remember to invite any and every one. It just takes ☝️ person to make a difference, but 💯 hands are better than 50.

Honoring Our Members

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The Kiwanis Club of Hopkinsville took a time to honor our amazing members and the service they provide the community. We also donated $1,800 to The Salvation Army Hopkinsville, KY. Captain Jose Marquez was given the Kiwanian of the Year Award.

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A $1,000 contribution was made by the club in the name of Angie M. Steil Strader to the George F. Hixon Foundation, honoring her continued commitment to the community.


We swore in our newest member Clayton Adams, who works for Thomas, Arvin, and Adams. He earned his law degree at Ole Miss.


The 2017-2018 Kiwanis Club of Hopkinsville Officers were also installed. President: Annie Catron, President-Elect: Joey Pendleton, Vice President: Lynn Pryor, Secretary: Angie Gibbs, and Treasurer: Phil Camp.

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The 2017-2019 Board Members officially joined the leadership team. Members are Toby Hudson, Amy Craig, Ben Goode, and Jim Gardner.

Giving Back

The Club had a fun lunch hearing about the United Way of the Pennyrile and the work being done to support the 21 partner agencies. Members had a chance to see what the challenges facing families can be and how one's financial situation can change at a moment's notice.


Donations were also made to the Happy  Feet program and Junior Achievement. The Kiwanis Club has supported both programs from years and the good work done by each.