Bob Milne in the Creek

Swartz Creek Kiwanis

Sponsored by the Swartz Creek Kiwanis

On Sunday March 30, 2014,

the Swartz Creek Kiwanis hosted

the legendary Bob Milne

Rag Time Pianist Extraordinaire,

as a benefit concert for the numerous Youth outreach programs

supported throughout the year.

You Tube below...

Bob Milne in the Creek

Through the efforts of the Swartz Creek Michigan U.S.A.

Kiwanis Club and the Bob Milne Committee, 337 folks enjoyed a tremendous presentation of piano music and musical history at The Swartz Creek Performing Arts

Center on Sunday, March 31st, 2014!

Hats off to all of the committee members,

the involved Swartz Creek Club members,

the Key Club Members who provided ushering services, our generous sponsors, and the world renowned,

Bob Milne and his wife, Linda..

It was, indeed, a worthy event!


Jim Thompson,

Committee Chair

Swartz Creek Kiwanis Bob Milne Committee

Chairperson - Jim Thompson

Liaison - Ed Wracan

Sponsors - Mike Majeske

Printing -Doug Stephens

Publicity - Richard Mattson

Website - Doug Stephens

Secretary - Mike Stanton

Tickets - Steve Mardlin

Expert Witness - Ron Ludy

Swartz Creek Kiwanis President

Chuck Shults

Bob Milne

Bob Milne is considered to be the best ragtime/boogie-woogie pianist in the world. He was filmed and documented for future generations in 2004 during three days of interviews at the Library of Congress, and was declared a “National Treasure” at the conclusion.

Mr. Milne is an active “Musical Ambassador” for the United States Dept. of State, and has performed numerous times in Japan, including the Okinawan Islands and Hokkaido. He has also performed in this capacity for members of the Swiss Parliament at the U.S. Embassy in Berne.

of Dr. Kerstin Bettermann’s presentations of her brain study project on Bob Milne

These are from Penn State University Hospital in Hershey, Pennsylvania, in 2012.

Bobs' contact info

Email and Website links below...

Bob Milne Concert @ the PAC Sponsors...

Video & Webpage created by : : : : : : RKT studios

Richard Kerry Thompson

Dean of Online Learning

Swartz Creek Community Schools

Carpe Diem

Pro Deo et Patria