The Kiwanis Club of Greenville is a local chapter of Kiwanis International.  Kiwanis International is nearly 600,000 members strong and raises more than $100 million annually to strengthen communities and serve children.  The Kiwanis Club of Greenville was founded in 1916 to gather a group of like-minded businesspeople who could bring their considerable resources and skills to help those less fortunate, as well as provide an organized opportunity for networking and fellowship.  Nearly 100 years later, the Greenville chapter remains a strong and vibrant organization of men and women dedicated helping the Greenville community and its children.


Our meetings are great opportunity to network and hear from other leaders in the community.  Recent guest speakers have included Mayor Knox White, U.S. Representative Trey Gowdy, Lieutenant Governer Henry McMaster, Judge Aphrodite Konduros, and Solicitor Walter Wilkins. Our signature program is Terrific Kids, which recognizes local elementary school students who are responsible, respectful, and studious.  Through fundraisers we also fund a learn to swim program, the 4-A high school state golf tournament, and various scholarships.

President - Rob Green

President Elect - Bert Copenhaver

Vice President - Jud Wiley

Secretary - Bernie Ellis

Recording Secretary - Anne Gibson

Treasurer - Rhoda Reyner

Immediate Past President - Matt Tebbets

Director - Tom Epting

Director - Towers Rice, Junior

Director - Paul Hughes

Director - Art Baiden

Director - Jay Martin

Director - Jack Thacker

Director - Rachel Hardin