Upcoming Speakers Bartlesville Kiwanis Presents:
Our guest speaker this week is our very own Mark White.
Mark was born in Tahlequah, OK but grew up in Arkansas. Graduated with a BSBA from Univ. of Arkansas and MBA from Pittsburg State, Pittsburg, KS. Worked in banking entire career, retired as CEO, President and Chairman of the Board at Osage Federal Savings Bank. Vices include flying, motorcycles, sailing, scuba diving and constant travel. I’ve been to over 40 countries or territories with more planned. Member of Bartlesville First Church. Raising our grandson who is now 14 and a 9th grader at BHS. Married to Peggy for 52 years.
Mark is going to share with us about his motorcycle trip in Ecuador.
Upcoming Service Projects:
October 23: Halloween Bash at Sooner Jr.
November 1 - 11: Holiday Wreaths and More
December 4: Bartlesville Christmas Parade
Bartlesville Kiwanis Club Sophomore of the Year is...
Visit the Scholarships page to learn more.
SERVING BARTLESVILLE SINCE 1920
Hello, my name is Jeanette Miller. I am the 2020-21 President of the Kiwanis Club of Bartlesville. I truly believe that our club lives up to the Kiwanis motto: “Serving the Children of the World”.
We do this by:
giving scholarships to Sophomores and Seniors from the 5 Washington Co. High Schools and Tri County Tech Students of the Year,
hosting the annual Fishing Derby at Jo Allyn Lowe park,
running Sooner Jr. Miniature Golf,
Hosting July 4th Freedom Fest,
Hosting the Bartlesville Christmas Parade,
Supporting area non-profits with member donations.
I would like to invite you to join us and see where you can fit into our outstanding organization. We have weekly meetings that we are currently attending virtually and in person. Our meetings are Wednesdays at noon. Feel free to email me at email@example.com for more information.
146 S. Madison, at Sooner Park
Open May -- September
Fri, Sat, Sun
6 PM -- 10 PM
(last game at 9:15)
For more information, call us:
(918) 977-3400 ext. 1
Up with People and Kiwanis International members have teamed up for serving our communities, inspiring youth and expanding our impact in the world.
Both organizations strive to ‘serve the children of the world’ and ‘empower youth to take action’ through our partnership.