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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.

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

 

 

California Earthquake Authority CEO to speak

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On April 19, our speaker will be the CEO of the California Earthquake Authority, Glenn Pomeroy. The California Earthquake Authority organization writes all the earthquake insurance sold in California.

If you are interested in going, please let Dean Hall know so we can get a big enough room and reserve a breakfast.


58th Annual Brea Kiwanis
EASTER EGG HUNT
Saturday, March 31
Arovista Park, Brea

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Please mark your calendars and plan to attend the 58th annual Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt at Arovista Park on March 31, 2018. We will meet at the park at 7:30 AM, set up the field, or more appropriately, watch Circle K, Key Club and Troop 801 set up the field, and have fun watching small people pick up a lot of candy.

We will also be giving out a "chocolate" bunny to all kids. Dean guarantees to be finished and out of the park before 10:00 AM.

I hope as many of you as possible can attend. See you all there.

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.


Attending a Key Club Meeting?

Upon arrival at BOHS, check in at the Front Desk in the Admin Office and ask for Visit Request.  There is Visitor Parking just outside the Admin offices, near the flag pole.

     
     

 

Kiwanis is a global  organization of volunteers dedicated to        changing the world one child and one community at a time.