One of our goals for 2020 is to increase membership so we can make a better impact with youth and children in the community. After our first meeting of the year, we welcomed new member Dhelynn McClellan, Outreach Coordinator for The Treehouse Center in Conroe. We are off to a great start!
Speakers are a great way to share information with the members of Conroe Noon Kiwanis. We have a couple of speakers secured for upcoming meetings and hope to prospective members come to lunch to hear them.
Chris Hendrix is a motivational speaker from Conroe. Previously employed with Verizon his new endeavor is as a partnership with “The Trifinity Group”, a team building, leadership development organization. Wednesday, Jan 29th Chris will demonstrate The Trifinity Group mission of giving back to local community service clubs, nonprofits, and churches through developed leadership principles. We look forward to his inspiring words to move our membership drive to the next level.
Joy Montgomery, Executive Director of the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County will share information about one of the best kept secrets in Conroe on Wednesday, February 8 at noon. The Heritage Museum is housed in the original Grogan-Cochrane home built in 1917. We look forward to hearing from Joy and learning about the rich history of our community, the artifacts they showcase, and all about their Anniversary event. The museum moved to its present location in Candy Cane park 35 years ago!
Please come by for lunch and learn about the Conroe Noon Kiwanis Club. Serving children and youth in the Greater Conroe area since 1952, Club activities include youth academic scholarships, Kids Day at the Park, and a commitment to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus worldwide. Conroe Noon Kiwanis sponsors the Key Club at Caney Creek High School and is looking for additional high schools to get involved in Key Club.