SEPTEMBER 24: PANCAKE BREAKFAST FOR DISCOVERY CENTER, FRESNO
Come join us at a Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser for The Discovery Center, Fresno on Saturday, Sept 24 from 9 am till 12 noon. Tickets are $15 for breakfast as well as a tour of the premier education center in Fresno.
Address: 1944 N Winery Ave, Fresno.
November 9 Thankful Dinner Social
At Amigos Cantina and Restaurant in Visalia, 6:00 pm.
Full Buffet, Silent Auction for Holiday Goodies, no host bar.
Please do not bring children since alcohol will be served. Child meals are not discounted.
Tickets are $25.00 which includes a door prize ticket. Invite friends for an evening of fun!
Our mission is to provide temporary housing and support to families of seriously ill or injured children and adults being treated at University of California, Davis, Medical Center, Sacramento.
Our Vision is to continually provide convenient, restful, secure, and low cost accommodations for the families of patients being treated at the UCD Medical Center or at Shriners Hospital.
Our Values are guided by the KIWANIS Service Motto: “Serving the Children of the World”.
The KIWANIS FAMILY HOUSE encourages the following core values:
- A sense of community
- Dedication to service
- Respect for families
- Augmentation of services provided by other organizations
- Collaboration with community partners
- Foster awareness for those in need
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KIWANIS DEDICATES TIME CAPSULE TO OPEN IN 100 YEARS!
NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH JCI
Kiwanis International and Junior Chamber International (JCI) has entered into a new partnership that will provide service to more than 80 nations and extend their reach to communities around the world, with the purpose of uniting civil society and engaging global active citizens to create sustainable impact. Read here...
FORMER JCI PRESIDENT JOINS KIWANIS
For 16 years, Scott Greenlee made the world a better place through his involvement with Junior Chamber International (JCI), commonly known as the Jaycees in the United States. Greenlee volunteered for service projects and leadership positions within the organization. He rose through the ranks and was elected at the international level to be the 2007 JCI World President.
But when he turned 40, his interaction with the organization dwindled. JCI membership is limited to members between the ages of 18 and 40. “Most JCI members dread the day they become alumni,” Greenlee said. Read more...
Kiwanis has something to offer to everyone and anyone has something to offer to Kiwanis. An individual like you can make a difference, to your club and to your community. Remember, you can accomplish more as a group having same goals as compared to you yourself.
1. Life Enrichment, 2. Fellowship and friendship, 3. Community DevelopmentTo find out about memberships, check out our FAQ section*. For only $75 for the year, you can become part of a service team, where ever you are in the U.S. For questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!