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KKF donates to Burned Children's Recovery Foundation
8/7/2014
ICS Key Club Annual Talent Show Benefiting Oso Slide Relief
4/24/2014
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Kiwanis Club of Kirkland Hosts 39th Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Kirkland Community
4/19/2014
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Kiwanis Club of Kirkland Hosts 39th annual Easter Egg Hunt for Kirkland...

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Kirkland Kiwanis Foundation Announces Bill Petter Memorial Scholarships
3/6/2014
Kiwanis Club of Kirkland packs lunches for Special Olympics
3/6/2014

Kiwanis Club of Kirkland packs lunches for Special Olympics.

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Welcome to the Kiwanis Club of Kirkland     

Hi... I'm Dick Shinstrom, a recently retired Kirkland business owner, and I've been a proud member of the Kiwanis Club of Kirkland for 65 years!  And believe it or not, I have maintained a perfect attendance record! 

The club was just two years old when I joined, and boy, has it changed.  For many years since it's inception in 1915, Kiwanis was an all-mens organization.  Thankfully that changed a couple of decades ago, and now we have a wonderful mixture of men and women, young and old, and from all walks of life.  But there is one thing we all share;  A passion for serving the children of our community.

We raise money to support a variety of local causes, and being an all-volunteer organization, every penny we raise goes directly to the children, either through our club, or the Kirkland Kiwanis Foundation which we administer.

We do wonderful things for the community, but we also make sure we have a lot of fun in the process.

The Kiwanis Club of Kirkland is one of the largest service clubs on the Eastside.  Established in 1947, the KCK is part of a global organization known as Kiwanis International which was founded in 1915.  Please take a moment to tour our website so you can better understand the sorts of things we do to help make a difference in our community.

If you also have a desire to help the kids in the community --- and think you might want to join us in our effort to make Kirkland a better place --- please come and join us for lunch at Hector's.  We meet every Wednesday at 11:45.  We have a fun, lively club meeting followed by various guest speakers talking on a range of interesting topics.

Remember our future leaders are the kids of today, so why not join us to help create a better tomorrow.

Dick Shinstrom                 

 

Want to join the Kiwanis Club of Kirkland, click here for a Membership Application Form

Kirkland Kiwanis Dues Invoice Information          PDF

 

The U OF W Circle K Club is carving pumpkins again this year as a fund raiser for the Kiwanis International Eliminate Program. See the Eliminate Program Tab in Left Margin 
For the order form Click Here  
Or order on-line at the U of W Circle K site

 

Our September 24th Guest Speaker Will Be:  Darcy Hupf, the Director of NW Child Aaron's Place.  Aaron's place has locations in the Seattle area, including Kirkland.  They are a day center for young adults with special needs. 

Meeting Information

Hector's Restaurant
112 Lake Street South
   Kirkland, Washington 98033

When: Wednesdays (11:45 - 1:15PM)

Links to Help:     (Map)(Menu)(Parking)

See our Brochure - Join us for lunch!

 

For more information about the Burn Foundation Click the picture!

 

 

 

 

 


 

     

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