Kin Canada members are a diverse group of men and women of all ages and backgrounds that come together on a regular basis to "Serve the Community's Greatest Need".
By doing so, members experience the satisfaction that comes with personal involvement.
There are more than 500 Kinsmen, Kinette and Kin clubs from coast to coast making up more than 6800 members nation wide.
Our founder, Hal Rogers (1899-1994), organized the first Kinsmen meeting of 11 young men on Feb. 20th, 1920 at the Namking Cafe in Hamilton, ON.
Since that day, Kinsmen & Kinettes foster a proud 95 year history of serving our communities and Cystic Fibrosis.
To date Kin have donated close to $40 million dollars to Cystic Fibrosis research and over $1 billion to Canadian communities.
President: Shawna Salzman
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The Palmerston & District Kinette Club is vibrant group of women , an all-Canadian service organization dedicated to serving the community's greatest need since 1985.
If your between the ages of 18 and what you think you are, you will learn, grow, make friends and have fun while bettering our community and changing lives for the better. We support local community projects within Minto township, as well as support the fight for a cure for Cystic Fibrosis, our national cause.
If you're interested in being a part of something that will better not only your community but also , fun and fellowship while helping your community,come join us or just check us out!
Meetings: 3rd Sunday of the month
meeting time Sunday afternoon-2:00pm
Location: Palmerston Arena & Community Centre