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Our Mission

The Kiwanis Club of Redmond improves the lives of the youth and families of Redmond and the surrounding communities through increasing hours of service, dollars of support and by acting as positive role models for the youth and future leaders of the community.

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Introducing Redmond Kiwanis

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This Week in Kiwanis

Redmond Kiwanis General Meeting (Zoom) 10/21/2020

THE PROGRAM: October 21:The Redmond School District has a bond issue on the November ballot which will provide major additions to two elementary schools and won’t increase the property tax rate. Supt. Charan Cline will give us the details.


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Redmond Kiwanis General Meeting by Zoom: Next Wednesday, October 28th at Noon.

If you haven't received an invite, please contact Dave at this email.

THE PROGRAM: October 28:To Be Determined

GOOD NEWS for our See’s Candy sales campaign: The old Sears building on Sixth Street is again available for our See’s Candy sales. Hannah Grandey is chairing the effort and will be soliciting sales volunteers for shifts right after Thanksgiving. We will also be seeking orders in advance and promoting on-line sales in the era of social distancing!

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Kiwanis Club of Redmond will resume See’s Candy sales starting on Friday, Nov. 27, in the old Sears building on S.W. Sixth St. The first fundraiser the club will have this year, candy sales provided more than $5,000 toward the club’s youth projects in 2019.

Project chair Hannah Grandey is especially promoting business sales and corporate gifts this year. She welcomes custom orders at 503-329-2618 or hannahgrnd39@gmail.com . Please pre-order by Friday, Nov. 13.

Volunteers will staff the sales from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. Social distancing will be maintained and mask wearing is required. On-line orders via Pay-Pal are also available at www.redmondkiwanis.org

Among the favorites that are back in stock and on-line for your holiday gifts and treats: Nuts and chews, dark or milk chocolate, assorted, soft centers, truffles, peanut brittle, lollypops, molasses and mint chips, and small gift-sized boxes of chocolates.

The club also gratefully acknowledges use of the building by owner Ron Bryant and his partners.

 

NEW MEMBER PROMOTION: Kiwanis International has waived new member fees for the balance of this calendar year. If you know someone who has been considering Kiwanis membership, if they join by Dec. 31, they can pay no dues until October 1, 2021.

KIWANIS ANNUAL DUES. If you have not paid your annual dues, please do so by Friday, Oct. 9. Mail your check for $135 to Redmond Kiwanis at P.O. Box 253, Redmond or call Carl at 541-548-5935 to make a credit card payment.

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REDMOND FOOD PROJECT TURN IN: Roland White will be at Centennial Park on Friday, Oct. 9, from 10 to 11 a.m. to receive your Redmond Food Project Bags. Earl Fisher will maintain the same hours on Saturday, Oct. 10. If you can not turn your bag in during those hours, call Earl Fisher: 541-516-8182. to make other arrangements.

ON-LINE AUCTION: The Vintner’s Dinner committee has one remaining item, An overnight stay for two, including eight days parking at the Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel, valued up to $250. Valid through May 31, 2021. We have a $55 bid. If you would like to bid, reply to this email.

NEW MEMBER PROMOTION: Kiwanis International has waived new member fees for the balance of this calendar year. If you know someone who has been considering Kiwanis membership, if they join by Dec. 31, they can pay no dues until October 1, 2021.

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Man at Work! Kiwanis members worked at the Redmond Learning Center on Saturday morning. The photo shows Alan Unger securing one of the floor vent covers. Other projects included mounting black boards, reattaching faucet handles on sinks and securing bookshelves to walls. Several maintenance and upgrade projects are pending. Stay tuned!(photo courtesy of John Bruce)

PRE-ORDER YOUR LUNCH for fastest service, go to Kiwanis Juniper Menu. Consult the menu, then order by emailing breuter@playjuniper.com .