The 50 longest-serving Kiwanis clubs


  Kiwanis club Completion date
1 Detroit, Michigan January 21, 1915
2   Cleveland, Ohio October 19, 1915
3   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania January 31, 1916
4   Rochester, New York May 1, 1916
Columbus, Ohio May 10, 1916
6 Lockport, New York May 17, 1916
7   Dayton, Ohio May 31, 1916
8 Toledo, Ohio June 10, 1916
9 Cincinnati, Ohio June 15, 1916
10 Canton, Ohio June 21, 1916
11 Buffalo, New York July 3, 1916
12 Hartford, Connecticut July 15, 1916
13 Youngstown, Ohio July 29, 1916
14 Indianapolis, Indiana  August 17, 1916
15 Erie, Pennsylvania August 26, 1916
16 Akron, Ohio August 28, 1916
17 Lafayette, Indiana  September 8, 1916
18 Aurora, Illinois September 9, 1916
19 Utica, New York September 23, 1916
20 Worcester, New Hampshire October 18, 1916
21 Milwaukee, Wisconsin October 24, 1916
22 Troy, New York October 25, 1916
23 South Bend, Indiana October 28, 1916
24 Louisville, Kentucky  November 1, 1916
25 Hamilton, Ontario November 1, 1916
26 Peoria, Illinois November 6, 1916
27 Racine, Wisconsin November 24, 1916
28 Springfield, Massachusetts December 7, 1916
29
Kalamazoo, Michigan January 10, 1917
30 New Haven, Connecticut January 15, 1917
31 Rockford, Illinois  January 20, 1917
32 Bay City, Michigan  January 27, 1917
33 Friendly Duluth, Minnesota January 30, 1917
34 Downtown Madison, Wisconsin  February 5, 1917
35 Birmingham, Alabama February 28, 1917
36 Nashville, Tennessee February 28, 1917
37 Toronto, Ontario March 8, 1917
38 El Paso, Texas  March 10, 1917
39 Flint, Michigan April 7, 1917
40 Elkhart, Indiana April 17, 1917
41 Minneapolis (Downtown), Minnesota  April 18, 1917
42 Scranton, Pennsylvania April 18, 1917
43 Saginaw, Michigan April 19, 1917
44 Kenosha, Wisconsin April 25, 1917
45 Bridgeport, Connecticut April 25, 1917
46 Lowell, Massachusetts May 3, 1917
47 Phoenix, Arizona May 15, 1917
48 Woonsocket, Rhode Island May 17, 1917
49 Washington, District of Columbia May 19, 1917
50 Lansing, Michigan June 7, 2017

Updated: July 31, 2017