Club Info | Red Deer Kinsmen Club

 

 

Who We Are

We have come a long way since February 20, 1920, when Hal Rogers and 11 men gathered for a meeting at the Namking Cafe in Hamilton, Ontario.

The fellowship groups evolved into a service club and ultimately a nationwide organization of individuals interested in fellowship, networking and community service. Originally and for quite some time, the membership age was capped at 40. The idea was to avoid being an "old boys club" and keep fresh ideas and encouraging young businessmen to better themselves and the community.

The Kinsmen Club holds meetings on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, from September to May. Contact us for more information.

Community Projects

kinsmen 640x360Kinsmen donates 100 man-hours to the Red Deer Food Bank, Oct 21/14.

Kinsmen Club has continued to evolve, now inviting individuals of all ages and projects keeping time with the new challenges our communities face

With a growing population, Red Deer's public purse is straining along with many recreational facilities. Many of the new playgrounds and sporting facilities you see are funded completely or partially with funds raised by the Kinsmen Club of Red Deer. The Hospital and long term care facilities also receive equipment and funds raised by our volunteer organization.

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A large part of being in a group like the Kinsmen is fun - we really do put the FUN in Fundraiser.

Not only do our members enjoy contributing to their community, but they also get to attend great socials and family events and meet new people. New members are always welcome and we encourage men and women of all ages to consider becoming our "Kin". Talk to one of our members or go to the sign up page to learn more about what the Kinsmen Club of Red Deer can do for you, and what you can do for the club.

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