Gillum's Sports Lounge

130 Richmond Mall
Richmond, KY 40475
1st & 3rd Tuesdays 6 pm



Joan Kleine
859-623-3941 (Home)
859-582-9530 (Cell)

Wes Napier
606-309-7513 (Work)
606-309-7513 (Cell)

Lisa Erickson
859-623-3848 (Work)

Jennifer Napier

859-779-0885 (Home)

Matt Day
859-661-3290 (Home)
859-623-4595 (Work)
859-661-3290 (Cell)


Kiwanis Club of Richmond Lighted Snowmen Project

The Kiwanis Club of Richmond partnered with the Richmond Teen Center to assist students, in a craft session, to produce lighted mason jar snowmen. There were 24 teen-age students that participated in this project.

The leaders of this project were Georgia Parks, the director of the Richmond Teen Center, and four members of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond. The Kiwanians present were, Phillis Adams, Beth Thompson, and Joan and Glen Kleine. Mrs. Kleine is the president of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond.


Sears Given 2017 Agriculture Award

by Richmond Kiwanians

Brandon Sears was named the 2017 recipient of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond sponsored Jack Taylor Award for Agriculture Education at the annual Farm-City Banquet at the Extension Center. Pictured here is Joan Kleine, the 2017-18 president of the local Kiwanis club.

Sears, who has served as the Madison County Agriculture Agent for the past eleven years, was presented the award based on his exceptional work in informing the community about the significant contibutions of agriculture.

Richmond Kiwanians distributed candy and goodwill to more than 600 children of Madison County as one of its Kiwanis One Day

Elbert Hudson was awarded his 60-Year Kiwanian Pin by Beth Thompson, Past President of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond

Lt. Governor Installs Two Presidents

Myra Finney, the 2017-18 Kentucky-Tennessee Kiwanis District Division 9 Lt. Governor, inducted Joan Kleine as President of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond, and Richard Snowden, President of the Kiwanis Club of Irvine-Ravenna. Snowden, noted for his comic comments, is will conduct enjoyable Kiwanis meetings during the next year.


The Kiwanis Club Supported Key Club
Selected as Outstanding Club in Division 9

The Madison Central High School Key Club was selected as the most outstanding Key Club in Division 9 (Central Kentucky) of the Kentucky-Tennessee Key Club District of Kiwanis International. Kyla Kelley was the 2nd place winner and Addie Riel received an Honorable Mention in Kentucky-Tennessee Key Club District Impromptu Essay Contest. Susan Rahimzadeh, President of the MCHS Key Club was recognized for her leadeership as president of the most outstanding Key Club in Division 9

See April, 2017 Newspage for additional photos


For additional information about the Kentucky-Tennessee District of Kiwanis International click here

Mid-Year Conference - February 3-4, 2017 - Alcoa, Tennessee
Lieutenant Governor's Training - April 28-30, 2017 - Cumberland Falls, Kentucky
District Convention - August 10-13, 2017 - Louisville, Kentucky

For additional information about Kiwanis International click here

International Convention - July 13-16, 2017 - Paris, France