Become a Member!
So you think you’d like to become a member of the Twin Falls Kiwanis Club? Excellent! We can’t wait to get you on board! Or, if you’re not quite ready yet and you’re still looking around, not a problem – let us know if there are any questions we can answer for you.
If you’re interested in joining Kiwanis, here’s what you’ll need to know and do …
Cost of membership
Currently, every active member pays $100 per quarter. This becomes part of our General Fund and is our only source of revenue to maintain the Club. This covers weekly meals (whether attending or not), International and District dues, Kiwanis Magazine, the club website, and administrative expenses. In addition, there is a one-time charge of $30 for processing your initial membership application.
Join us for a few meetings or activities
Be our guest at three weekly lunchtime meetings or other activities. If you come to the weekly noon-time meetings, we’ll even pick up the tab for your first three lunches!
Fill out an application
Don’t get nervous! This is more a formality than anything, but the Board will have to review and approve your membership application. We can’t let just anyone in you know (though we’re pretty sure you’ve got the right stuff).
Become a member of our family!
The hard part’s done, now the fun begins! A brief induction ceremony follows the acceptance of your application where you’ll be given a certificate, your Kiwanis pin and a folder of information from Kiwanis International.
And that’s all there is to it. It’s not hard, it’s not expensive, and it’s one of the best organizations you could be a part of in the Magic Valley. So what are you waiting for!
What Kiwanis Offers You
Wondering what a membership in Kiwanis offers you, the active individual?
· Insight into issues affecting the local and global community
Club programs offer members an insider’s look at their communities from the people who make the news in education, the justic system, the arts, recreation, business and more.
· An opportunity to expand business and professional networking
Kiwanis meetings offer a marketplace of ideas and a social setting where members can interact with peers of diverse business and professional backgrounds.
· An arena in which to develop and use leadership skills
Kiwanians can volunteer for projects they find appealing and that fit their schedule. Often, they have a chance to try things they don’t do every day. Besides contributing to the quality of community life, members have an opportunity to develop and use skills that can be applied at home and work.