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Thank you for visiting the Meridian Kent Kiwanis Website!  

We hope you find many things of interest here, and will consider joining us to help continue the good work we do.   Meridian Kent Kiwanis are involved with many causes and projects that we contribute to, all with the Kiwanis Mission in mind, “To change the world, one child and one community at a time”.  

Kiwanis is about service, and our membership is formed of like-minded people who want to make a difference.  Some of the groups that we support are, a local Boy Scout Troop (for over 20 years); two Key Clubs at Kentridge and Kentwood High Schools; Read Around The World, Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program, and The Eliminate Project, a campaign to wipe out neonatal tetanus in developing countries.  

We are proud of these projects and the many more that we do and would welcome you to come joins us in making a difference in a child’s life. 
Raf  Padilla 2017-2018 President


KIWANIANS MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Fundraisers
Rockin the Decades for a Cure Auction & Dinner

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Visit a weekly meeting: Wednesdays at noon

                   Mitzel's American Kitchen
                    22330 84th Ave S, Kent, WA 98032
                   First lunch is on us!
 

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Projects important to Meridian ~ Kent Kiwanis:
Key Club at Kentwood High School
Key Club at Kentridge High School
Builders Club at Mattson Middle School
Kiwanis Children's Cancer Program (KCCP) of Seattle Children's Hospital
Children’s Home Society -
      Thanksgiving baskets
      Christmas baskets
Christmas Party for select children in the Kent School District
Kent Food Bank
Communities in Schools
Kiwanis Camp Casey - for physically challenged youth 
Pediatric Interim Care Center (PICC)
Boy Scout Troop 406
Adopt-a-Platoon care packages
Auburn Veteran’s Parade

Kiwanis International Projects
EliMiNaTe Project (Eliminating Maternal Neonatal Tetanus in 3rd-World countries)
Read Around the World
Kiwanis One Day
Skip-A-Meal
Children’s Miracle Network
Boys and Girls Club
Young Children: Priority One