Al Wagner Honored for Outstanding Service

President Don Muff presents the Distinguished Service Award to Al Wagner for Al’s outstanding service to Ames Golden K over many years.  The award, presented at the Oct. 3, 2013 meeting of Ames Golden K, is the highest… Read More

Recycling Paper Project

  Golden K’er Jim Penney is ready to carry another load of paper for the Ames Golden K paper recycling project to the collection trailer at CENEX, 919 East Lincoln Way, Ames.  Having started in the fall of… Read More

Given Away 2012-13

Ames Golden K Kiwanis gave away a total of $18,910 to local organizations in the Club year 2012-2013!   Here are the agencies supported: Ames Public Library                                                                                          $500 Assault Care Center Extending Shelter and Support (ACCESS)    … Read More

Golden K Singers at Senior Show 2013

The Golden K Singers is a group of 20+ singers who love to sing and spread encouragement through music.  Here we are performing as part of the August, 2013 Senior Variety Show, a long-time Ames traditional show to… Read More

Serving Teen Maze

We were part of a large volunteer force to help the 2013 Teen Maze event in Boone, IA for Youth & Shelter Services.  Dick Wilson, above, Pete Peterson, below by the sign, and Denny Tice in the “Ticket… Read More

Golden K Supports Bethesda Food Pantry

Tom Peter (left),President Ames Golden K Kiwanis, presented a $1500 check to Laura Miller team member, Bethesda Community Food Pantry.  The food pantry is one of the charities that Kiwanis Golden K support.  The pantry currently serves between 350 to… Read More

Support for ACCESS

Don Muff (left) presented a $1500 check to ACCESS.  Representing ACCESS to receive the check was Angie Schreck, Executive Director.  She thanked the Club for the donation and indicated that ACCESS has sheltered about 200 people over the last year.  Approximately 3,000 people have… Read More

The Eliminate Project

The Ames Golden K Kiwanis Clubs is actively fundraising for The Eliminate Project. The Eliminate Project is a joint venture between Kiwanis and UNICEF with the goal of eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus. This global campaign will save… Read More