Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World
Frankfort
Serving the Children of the World
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Frankfort Kiwanis Club continues to grow !!
12/4/2014
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Frankfort Kiwanis Club welcomes new members to the club.

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New Kiwanian !!!
10/30/2014
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Kiwanian and Membership Chair Ed Powe welcomes our newest Kiwanian Jeff Edwards!...

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Kiwanis welcomes new member - Rodney Williams
8/5/2014
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Rodney is Commercial/Business Lending Manager with Citizens Commerce National...

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Kiwanian and Guest Speaker Tony Boyle from KSU
7/17/2014
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President Amzie Wenning (L) welcomes fellow Kiwanian and guest speaker,...

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Welcome new member - Jerry Harris!
7/13/2014
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President elect Gayle Sutherland (R) welcomes one of our new members!

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Welcome to the Frankfort Kiwanis Club website!

We are located in Frankfort, Kentucky...the beautiful capital city of our Commonwealth.
We have been serving the Frankfort community for over seventy seven years helping organizations such as the Red Cross, Simon House (a home for homeless mothers with children), the Salvation Army, the Franklin county Senior Citizens Center and the Franklin County Food Pantry.


Want to see what's going on at Kiwanis International, Kiwanis District, or the Frankfort Chamber of Commerce or other friends of Kiwanis?
Well... just click on Links on the menu at the left side of this page and then click on those entities names that are highlighted in blue or the logo for the organization!
 
Kiwanis Welcomes
Guest Speaker
Stuart Harrod
founder
Folkbike Recyclery
 

Amzie Wenning (L) and program Chair Ed Powe (R) welcome today’s guest speaker Stuart Harrod, founder of Frankfort’s Folkbike Recyclery, while presenting him with a $200 donation from Frankfort Kiwanis to the Recyclery. The Folkbike Recyclery, a 501-c-3 non-profit agency, provides free bicycles, new and refurbished, to needy children and adults in the Frankfort and Franklin County community. The Recyclery has given away over 250 bicycles annually and offers bike owners the space, tools, assistance, and parts to help owners young and not so young to learn to maintain their own bicycles. Over the past four years the Recyclery has provided over 100 free bicycles to children at the Sunshine Center who indicated they wanted a bike for Christmas.  While all bikes are free to those who want them, monetary donations are accepted but not required. The Recyclery will, however, readily accept your donated used bike or even a new one if you so desire.

Check out their Facebook page and web site for more details of this unique organization.

http://www.folkbikerecyclery.org