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Kirkland Kiwanis Foundations Presents Grant to Seattle Children's Palliative Care Unit
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On behalf of The Kirkland Kiwanis Foundation, Susan Lemaire of the Kiwanis...

Bob Gray Given Kiwanis "Everyday Hero Award"
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A genuine hero in a variety of ways, Kirkland resident Bob Gray was awarded...

Kiwanis Club of Kirkland Holds 41st Annual Easter Egg Hunt
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This year's Easter Egg Hunt was a rousing success... Click HERE

KKF donates to Burned Children's Recovery Foundation

Kiwanis Club of Kirkland Holds its Annual Pancake Breakfast to Help Fight Homelesness


Fighting homelesness with pancakes may sound strange, but that's exactly what the Kiwanis Club of Kirkland does every year with their Pancake Breakfast.  On May 23 --- In conjunction with the 7 Hills of Kirkland bicycle event --- the KCK will again host it's pancake breakfast from 7 a.m. until Noon at the downtown Peter Kirk Community Center, 352 Kirkland Way.  And because the KCK is an all-volunteer organization, 100% of the net proceeds will be donated to Attain Housing (formerly K.I.T.H.)

There will be fluffy pancakes, succulent sausages, beverages, and more...  PLUS, guests will be entertained throughout the morning with performances by various youth and young adult music groups.  Please come and join us... and help take a bite out of homelesness!

Established in 1947, and with nearly 100 members, the Kiwanis Club of Kirkland is one of the largest service clubs on the Eastside.  Please take a moment to tour our website so you can better understand all the things we do to make a difference in our community.

If you have a desire to help the kids in our 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 wide range of interesting topics.

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

Kat Cannon,

President-Elect and Fundraising Chair


Kiwanis Club of Kirkland Supports Young
Adults with Disabilities Through
Newly Chartered Aktion Club 

After being officially chartered in January by Kiwanis International, the Kiwanis Club of Kirkland (KCK) is pleased to announce the formation of the Kirkland Aktion Club.  The purpose of the club is to help young adults with disabilities between the ages of 18-40.  It enables them to participate directly in community service projects, gain leadership skills, become more involved in their community and to have some fun!

The Mission of Aktion Clubs is:

• To provide adults living with disabilities an opportunity to develop   initiative and leadership skills
•  To serve their community
•  To be integrated into society
•  To demonstrate the dignity and value of citizens living with disabilities

For more information, click HERE to read the entire Kirkland Views article written by KCK member Bonni Sundberg. 


Kiwanis Club of Kirkland Weekly Meeting Information

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!


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

Kirkland Kiwanis Dues Invoice Information          PDF


Our May 27th Guest Speaker Will Be Our Own

Matt Gregory

His presentation will be on Kiwanis International  Youth Protection Guidelines. 

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