Making Life Worthwhile through SERvice TO MAnkind
We are a service club in St. Joseph, MO that is over 100 years old. We meet every Wednesday at 12:00 pm at The Big Biscuit (139 N Belt Hwy).
Join us in fun, fellowship, and service.
To meet or exceed the needs of our communities and all those that live within them, through volunteer service.
To create communities of change under common leadership, with a common voice that will serve the many in need.
To improve the quality of life today for those at risk or impacted by hearing loss through education and support.
A Century of Service…
For more than 100 years, volunteers known as Sertomans have served communities across the United States.
Originally known as Co-Operative International, each member takes pride in the colorful history of the Co-Operative Club International and Sertoma International. This history is based upon information gleaned from old SERTOMAN and THE CO-OPERATOR magazines on file at Sertoma Headquarters.
On April 5, 1912, 26 area business men attended the first organized meeting of the Stand Together Club, as referred in to the minutes.
You can see more of our history on our headquarters website at: Sertoma.org
Now entering the 2nd Century of Service, Sertoma community leaders are engaged in improving the quality of life in communities by making a difference for those who suffer from hearing loss.