Siloam Springs
Serving the Children of the World
Siloam Kiwanis Bob Knight Memorial Pancake Breakfast Tickets are available now!
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Kick off the Dogwood Festival with breakfast and help your community. We...


Welcome to the Kiwanis Club of Siloam Springs, Arkansas! We’re a hands-on service club making a difference in our community. Our service projects include:

  • Annual Bob Knight Memorial Pancake Breakfast. This event is scheduled in conjuction with the annual Siloam Springs Dogwood Festival in the spring.
  • Annual Antique Car Show.  This fund raiser is usually scheduled in late Summer or early Fall of each year.
  • Annual Spaghetti Supper & Silent Auction.  Mid November.
  • Participation in the annual Arkansas Childen's Hospital Walk For Kids.
  • Annual Poinsettia Sale (Sept-November 15)

The money raised at these events fund scholarships for high school seniors. We also provide funds for area non-profits.

The Kiwanis Club of Siloam Springs was chartered August 2, 1946, with 27 members. It was sponsored by the Fayetteville Kiwanis Club with help from the only other Kiwanis Club in Northwest Arkansas, the Rogers Kiwanis Club. The population of Siloam Springs at that time was 2,366. R. D. King was the first club president.

The Siloam Springs Kiwanis Club meets each Wednesday at noon at John Brown University's Dye Lounge located inside the Mabee University Center. JBU is located at 2000 W. University Street, Siloam Springs, AR 72761. 

We extend a warm invitation for you to come meet with us. Each Wednesday, our club provides a program delivered by area speakers that informs and motivates. Speakers cover a wide range of topics including up coming community events, organizations making a difference like the Siloam Springs Adult Development Center, sports and other topics of local interest.  The programs always include the importance of making a positive impact in children, youth and in our community.

Come see us!