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At a Kiwanis meeting held on January 15, 1940, President Toomey introduced Mrs. Toomey who spoke briefly to the Club on the idea of organizing the wives of the members. After her departure, the Club was asked to express themselves regarding an organization such as this . All were heartily in accord.

So, the wives of the members of the Kiwanis Club of Tulsa were organized in January 1940 as a ladies group and chose the name of “Kiwanitas.” The object of the organization is an opportunity for the ladies to know each other, to promote friendliness among the families of the Kiwanis Club, and to aid and cooperate with the Kiwanis Club in its programs.

Kiwanitas meet at 11:45 am on the third Friday of the month, September through May. The Executive Board meets on the first Friday of each month. The club’s colors are silver and blue.

 


 


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