Promote Your Business

Let Shorewood Kiwanis help you promote your business in our community.

Apply to be a Business/Corporate Member of the Quarter and if selected we will do a bio about you/or your company on social media and our website.

In addition, we will also buy you breakfast and give you an opportunity to do a 10 to 20-minute presentation for our club. If you have business swag/giveaways bring them as well for your presentation.

And if that wasn’t enough…we will present you with a gift as a thank you.

Sign up today to be qualified as a Business/Corporate Member of the Quarter by filling out the form below.

Please complete the following to assist us in selecting our Business/Corporate Member of the Quarter:

  • Information about you and your company (a paragraph will do)
  • What makes your company different than your competitors?
  • As a Business/Corporate Member of the Quarter, what else would you like to see the club do for you and/or your company?
  • A photo of you or your company is welcomed


  • Enter your full name
  • What type of phone number did you provide?
  • Type your message here

Member of the Quarter – Lynda McGhee

Our club offers our members a chance to be selected as our Member of the Quarter every year as a way to showcase who they are, what their profession is, why they joined our club and how they’re making a difference for the kids and community.

We are thrilled to have our very own Lynda McGhee as our first Member of the Quarter for 2024!

Lynda D. McGhee was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan.

She graduated from Cass Technical High School and matriculated to the University of Michigan—Ann Arbor where she majored in Communication.

She then attended Wayne State University Law School while working full time as a teacher in Detroit Public Schools.

It was then that she first learned of the turmoil that some children experienced.

Following law school, Attorney McGhee worked as a criminal and juvenile defense attorney for several
years before joining Michigan Children’s Law Center.

She is now the Co-Executive Director of Michigan Children’s Law Center and enjoys leading the nonprofit law firm that represents foster and delinquent children in the Wayne County Juvenile Court.

Mrs. McGhee was also the founder and director of The Ark Nonviolence Program, a non-profit organization that eliminated violence among students by exposing them to alternative ways of keeping the peace.

She also formed a Foster/Adoption Ministry at Greater Grace Temple and served as its director for five years.

Attorney McGhee has earned her Child Welfare Law Specialist certification, was honored as an Influential Woman in the Law by Michigan Lawyers Weekly, and is a member of several nonprofit organizations, including Shorewood Kiwanis Club, Lakeshore Optimist Club, Black Women Lawyers Association of Michigan and Women Lawyers’ Association of Michigan.

She is also currently a board member for the Motor City Mitten Mission, an organization committed to helping the homeless population in Southeast Michigan.

Attorney McGhee passionately believes that we must defend those who cannot defend themselves.

She lives in the Detroit area with her husband.