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"Service is the rent we pay for living on Earth"

Do you want to know more about Brea Kiwanis? 

YOU are invited.....

....to a complementary buffet breakfast with us to find out what Brea Kiwanis is all about. Please let us know when you are coming by clicking here so we can order more bacon. And check out our Club Brochure in the left column.


Feed the Kiwanis Rose Float Builders

by Dennis O'Hern
Cub Reporter

About 1,000 Key Club, Circle K, KIWIN's and Kiwanis members will attack the Phoenix Decorating Company facility in Irwindale on December 29 to work on the Kiwanis Rose Float and others.

These kids need to be fed so one day each year, between Christmas and New Year’s, Division 30 sends a score or more members to cook and serve chili dogs, chips, cookies, and drinks to nourish these decorators who get a strict 30 minute break to rest and recover before returning to their fragrant duties.

For those who wish to participate in this cookout, there will be the usual car pool caravan that will leave the La Habra Community Center, 101 W. La Habra Blvd, promptly at 9:00 AM.

For those who wish to solo to Irwindale, the location is 5400 Irwindale Avenue. Please arrive by 9:30 AM. Parking is usually sparse or take the shuttle bus.  Club presidents, please let Don Hull know how many of your members want to be a part of the 2018 version.

Up close tours of the floats are offered by the Phoenix Decorating Company after lunch for anyone interested. These walk troughs give a terrific perspective of what is only seen at a distance on television New Year’s Day.

Feeding starts at 12:30.


 

 

Feed the Seniors
Every Second Wednesday of the month

Come help serve lunch to some of Brea's senior citizens at the Senior Center, 500 S. Sievers Ave. Brea.

Put it on your calendar as it is every SECOND WEDNESDAY of the month.


RALPH'S COMMUNITY CARD

  Click on the image above for a pic of a Ralph's receipt and note the bottom.  If you are a currently participating, it will look like the receipt above.

RALPH'S COMMUNITY CARD INSTRUCTIONS


WHAT IS KIWANIS?

We are creative with our ideas. Whether we are rolling up our sleeves or opening our wallets, Kiwanians make transformative changes in communities around the world. On average, members of the Kiwanis family host approximately 150,000 service projects and complete more than 18 million service hours a year. Every year, our clubs raise more than US$100 million to support different causes at the local level - in addition to supporting our Kiwanis Children's Fund.

Click here or on the photo for a quick video story about Kiwanis

 

 


Christmas Party

by Dean Hall

Hi everyone,

I wanted to make sure that everyone is informed of the Brea Kiwanis Christmas party for this year. We will be having dinner at Alza Osteria (a very good Italian restaurant) on Wednesday, December 19 at 6:00 PM. Alza is located at the intersection of Kraemer and Birch in Brea.

Please either RSVP to Alan or me as soon as possible. Once we have a number, Alan will contact the restaurant. RSVP ASAP so Alan will have plenty of time to work with the restaurant.

Thanks, Dean.


Toys for Tots Sorting
Saturday, 12/15/18, 9:00 am
Brea Olinda High School cafeteria

Ya, lets do it again.  Time to sort toys for childless in our area


 

BACK-TO-SCHOOL SHOPPING
SEPT 8
JC PENNY

This year's Back to School Shopping Event was on September 8, at 7am at the lower level parking lot of JCPenney.

for pictures of the event.


 

 



 

Brea Kiwanis Adopt a Family

Chris Hall works for the Orange County Department of Education and one of the sites she is the administrator for is called Skyview School. Skyview is in the City of Orange and is the only homeless school program in North Orange County. The students attend on a daily basis like any other school, but when they finish school for the day, they are transported to a homeless shelter where they and their families reside.

Skyview has an "Adopt a Family" program for Christmas. The members of each family, of which there are 26 families, makes a wish list for Christmas. The young kids usually want toys, the older kids often want books, makeup, or other age-appropriate things, and the adults usually want gift cards.

Skyview's Adopt a Family program tries to get groups/individuals to commit to providing 2 items off the wish list of every person in a particular family. These gifts are purchased and holiday wrapped. The wrapped presents are given to the family, and on Christmas, they open their gifts and celebrate the day. Keep in mind, this celebration takes place in a homeless shelter.

Skyview has a family of 8 people that needs to be "adopted". Dean Hall presented this program to the board at the board meeting. Those at the board meeting were enthusiastic about the Skyview Adopt a Family program, and especially enthusiastic about adopting this family of 8. It was pretty much the consensus of those at the board meeting that they would all prefer to donate money toward the purchase of gifts for this family. With 2 gifts per person, 16 gifts would need to be bought.

At the present time, please let Dean know who would like to participate and help buy gifts for this family. He will know more soon about the demographics of this family and the gifts on the wish list. If everyone wants to donate money, Chris and Dean are willing to buy the gifts for these 8 people.

Chris and Dean are donating $50 toward the purchase of gifts for this family. Please let them know if you are on board with this and how much you are willing to donate (or even if you would prefer to buy a gift once Dean know more about the family).

Thank you for considering this. And thank you in advance for supporting a very worthwhile program and opportunity to give back to our community.

Dean needs your money received by December 10.


 

 

 

   
     
 

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