Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World
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Serving the Children of the World
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Kiwanians "flip" for Early Learning Village
12/14/2013
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Kiwanians fired up the grills and baked the sausage this morning at the...

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Kiwanian John McKaig and a future Kiwanian "Ring the Bell" for Salvation Army
11/9/2013
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John McKaig and his granddaughter, Hailey McKaig, helped ring the bell... more
Frankfort Kiwanis Installs New President
9/26/2013
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Amzie Wenning, left, incoming president of the Frankfort Kiwanis Club, presents... more
Kiwanis officially welcomes new members and a new President!
8/22/2013
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President Warner, Chuck Fletcher, and Fred Troutman officially welcome new members... more
Dr. Sias, President of KSU speaks to Kiwanians
8/8/2013
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Dr. Mary Sias, President of Kentucky State University, was the guest speaker... more

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 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

President Amzie Wenning (L) and program chair Fred Deaton welcome today's guest speaker,

Shirley Elkin

Shirley is Program Development Director at CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates...for children). CASA is a "voice for abused and neglected children" in Franklin County. Shirley also reminded everyone that April is "Child Abuse Awareness Month". Watch Shirley's presentation on Cable 10 and take a look at the CASA website to see how you might be able to help some of Franklin County's neediest children.