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Celebrating a century of service: Malden Kiwanis marks its 100th year

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Mayor Gary Christenson recently surprised Malden Kiwanis members with a citation from the City in honor of their 100th year of dedication to community service. Established in 1924, the club has been a cornerstone of support, enriching the lives of countless individuals and families throughout Malden and beyond. For 100 years Malden Kiwanis has remained committed to its mission of serving the community’s children and improving their quality of life. From supporting local schools and educational initiatives to organizing community events, the club has left an indelible mark on the fabric of Malden.

Over the years, the Malden Kiwanis Club has been instrumental in various philanthropic endeavors, contributing to initiatives that address crucial societal issues, such as childhood hunger, literacy and healthcare accessibility. Through fundraisers, volunteer efforts and partnerships with local organizations, the club has been a catalyst for positive change, fostering a culture of compassion and generosity within the community.

About Malden Kiwanis Club: The Malden Kiwanis Club, established in 1924, is a local chapter of Kiwanis International, a global organization dedicated to serving the children of the world. Committed to community service and volunteerism, the Malden Kiwanis Club works tirelessly to improve the lives of children and families in Malden and beyond. Through various initiatives and partnerships, the club strives to make a positive impact on society and create a better future for all.

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