Kiwanis

Pacific Northwest District

Club Building

 

You will find listings here on new Kiwanis clubs in the PNW that are in the process of being built.

 

Contact Membership & Growth Chair Greg Holland

if you have or need information on new club building in your area.

 

kiwanisgreg@shaw.ca

 

New clubs being formed

in the Pacific Northwest District of Kiwanis

New clubs are underway in the Pacific Northwest, as part of Kiwanis International's commitment to membership growth.

 

Three new clubs are grouped along Highway 99W in Oregon's Willamette Valley. Dallas (Oregon, not Texas) had a club for many years. Email the new club, follow it on Twitter or like its Facebook page.

 

Monmouth and Independence are two cities with a Kiwanis tradition that was interrupted in the last decade. Bob Bernhard of the morning Corvallis Kiwanis club is heading the project of restarting Kiwanis here. Email the new club, follow it on Twitter or like its Facebook page.

 

Junction City is in Lane County, but a short distance from both Linn and Benton counties. It will draw members from Harrisburg and Monroe as well. Harrisburg High School has maintained its Key Club under the sponsorship of a Eugene Kiwanis club. Email the new club, follow it on Twitter or like its Facebook page.

 

Growing in large metropolitan areas is a key part of the Kiwanis membership strategy. The first new club in the Portland, Oregon, metro area will be in the Gateway District near Interstates 205 and 84. Email the new club, follow it on Twitter or like its Facebook page.

 

Kiwanis has had a long tradition in Northwest Washington and the club in Sedro Woolley left its mark with the Kiwanis park there. Email the new club, follow it on Twitter or like its Facebook page.

 

 

 

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District Office: 5427 Glen Echo Avenue, Gladstone, Oregon  97027-2627
Phone: (503) 305-7635   Fax: (503) 305-8303