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Lions, Kiwanis, Rotary & More! A Century of Community Service Clubs

Lions, Kiwanis, Rotary and More Exhibit

Rotary International’s slogan is Service Above Self. Kiwanis is Serving the Children of the World. The Lions Club’s motto is even simpler– We Serve. This exhibit revolves around the Ann Arbor Rotary Club's celebration of 100 years of their history, dedicated volunteers and great work. The spotlight also shines on the Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor (celebrating 96 years), the Ann Arbor Host Lions Club (celebrating 88 years), the Salvation Army (Ann Arbor branch celebrating 121 years), and other fraternal and community service organizations. They have many common causes and one core connection - they are run by volunteers. They serve the community and those in need by raising money and donating their resources, skills, talent and time. Not only during the holidays but all year round.

Hours are Saturday & Sunday, 12 Noon - 4pm and weekdays by appointment. Groups are welcome at this family-friendly exhibit. Call 734-662-9092.

Exhibit opens Sunday, December 3, 12 Noon to 4 PM

The Museum on Main Street
500 North Main
Ann Arbor


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