Committees

In order to carry out all the projects that Kiwanis is involved with throughout the year, each member is asked to join one or more committees.

Board of Directors   Board Meetings are currently held the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Currently, the location is at Trinity Lutheran Church library. Enter through East door near office.
Civic/Community Projects   This committee shall study, devise and suggest methods and means whereby this club can render effective community services. Areas of concern shall include agriculture, conservation, environment, pollution, public and business affairs, international relations, safety, as well as other areas which the committee may deem pertinent. Committee may recommend community service projects and coordinate manpower, supplies, and equipment to complete the projects.
"House" Committee   This Committee shall provide for the most effective club meeting possible for each week of the year. Areas of responsibility involved include program coordination, music, house setup, reception/greeting, fellowship and inter-club relations, as well as other areas which the committee may deem pertinent.
Fundraising   This committee shall study, devise and suggest improved methods for raising funds to support both club activities and foundation balances. Such fund raisers may include Kiwanis Peanut Day, Pancake Breakfast and Rose Day.
Major Emphasis Programs   This Committee shall study, devise and suggest methods and means to implement the current major Emphasis Program(s) of Kiwanis International: ELIMINATE PROJECT; SPASTIC PARALYSIS
Membership Development   This Committee shall devise ways and means of maintaining an adequate membership of such standards as are provided in the Moline Kiwanis Club bylaws. The committee shall consider all proposals for membership, and shall submit its recommendations to the Board of Directors. The committee shall also devise effective plans for the orientation and induction of new members and the utilization of all members. The committee shall also promote the concept of regular attendance at club meetings.
Nominating   This Committee shall be appointed by the President. Shall consist of five members (typically last five club presidents). Shall make nominations, with consent of those nominated, and prepare a ballot for the election of Officers and Directors.
Spiritual Aims   This Committee shall cooperate on broad and non-denominational lines with religious leaders and groups in their communities to create a greater individual and public consciousness of the importance of religious and spiritual values.
Sponsored Youth   This Committee shall devise ways and means to establish Key Clubs in high schools and/or Circle K Clubs in the universities and colleges, within the territorial limits of this club, and shall encourage and promote the activities of all Key Clubs and/or Circle K Clubs sponsored by this club: currently the Moline High School Key Club and Augustana College Circle K.
Youth Services   The Kiwanis Youth Services Committee shall study, devise and suggest methods and means to assist boys and girls to adjust themselves to their environment and become adapted to the social, economic, and moral demands which they may encounter, and shall develop ways and means of assisting in the guidance of youth in the selection of proper and suitable vocations, as well as other areas which the committee may deem pertinent, such as service projects or other supports for existing community organizations.