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Paul Smith Leads Kiwanis Bell RingingCamp Casey 2012Sandiwiches for Special Olympics 2011Dick Ramsey shows the hand packed combination bags
Club members make sandwiches at the Inglewood Golf Club on May 12, 2012.Key Club students from Inglemoor High School helped prepare 600 sandwiches.Sandiwiches for Special Olympics 2011
Fruit Sale cases are organized by Key Club Members600 Sandwiches are loaded for delivery!Pat Parkhurst Is Kiwanian of the Year
Bob Stewart presents the Citizen of the Year Award to John Hughes at the October 28, 2009 Club Meeting. JohnSandiwiches for Special Olympics 2011Key Club Members Load Fruit Order
servanime.gifClub Installation 2011Jerry and Cindy Bannister Rotary Auction
Dick Ramsey Leads the Fruit SaleFruit is Checked for DeliveryInglemoor Key Club students help with the Fruit Sa
Kiwanians and Key Club students work together on sandwiches for Special Olympics soccer.
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Join us the second Wednesday of each month for an evening meeting at 6:30 PM. For more information about these meetings you may contact Peg Dowd -pdowdflowers@comcast.net, or email Andrea McDaniel at Sunflwr554@gmail.com. The meeting location is at First Lutheran Church of Bothell at 10201 NE 183rd Street, Bothell. This is a great opportunity to connect with community service for busy working people who can devote limited time to meetings but want to have fun, help the community and meet other people with shared interests.


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The Kiwanis Club of Northshore is one part of Kiwanis International, a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one community and one child at a time. The Northshore Club was chartered in 1964 and has been active as a service organization in our community. The Kiwanis Club of Northshore performs many  service projects that includes the area of Bothell, Kenmore and Woodinville to serve children, youth and community needs. From backpacks and calculators for kids in need, food drives, Salvation Army bell ringing, serving disabled children in a summer camp, supporting the Northshore Senior Center and scholarships for high school students there are many ways to serve and be involved. If you are interested in performing community service in the Northshore area, we encourage you to learn more about the Kiwanis Club of Northshore here on our site and welcome you to join us for a meeting. We meet every Wednesday morning at Alexa’s Café on Bothell’s Main Street. Check our Information page or Activities Calendar for details about our meetings.