Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World
Palo Alto
Serving the Children of the World
News
Club recipient of Palo Alto Players " Players Give Back Program.” 
04/26/2017
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  The Palo Alto Players, a Corporate Member of our Club has designated...

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Club starts “Kiwanis Smarts” Tutoring Project in Tapulao
02/20/2017
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Club starts “Kiwanis Smarts” Tutoring Project in Tapulao, Orani,...

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Club honos Don Peterson for 50 years as a Palo Alto Kiwanian!
02/16/2017
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The Kiwanis Club of Palo Alto at its Luncheon February 16, 2017, honored two...

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Club wins Inter-club Award from Cal-Nev-Ha District of Kiwanis
02/04/2017
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The Kiwanis Club of Palo Alto was well represented at the California-Nevada-Hawaii...

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Club enjoys Theater Party
01/27/2017
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Club enjoys Theater Party

Last night (January 27, 2017) the Kiwanis Club of...

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Where we meet

The Kiwanis Club of Palo Alto meets every Thursday, at 12:10 PM in the
Sheraton Hotel at 625 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA.  The Public is Welcome!
(P. O. Box 149, Palo Alto, CA 94302 -E-mail - lovell.howell@yahoo.com  or -Tele: 650-862-0652 & leave message)

About the Kiwanis Club of Palo Alto

This is the information center for the Kiwanis Club of Palo Alto. It is a primary source of information about Kiwanis Club of Palo Alto, its programs, activities and events.  You can also find out information about our Club on Facebook.  See: www.facebook.com/kiwanisclubofpaloalto 

Our club has faithfully served the Palo Alto and the Stanford Area Community for 90 years. From its early days of donating milk and cookie money to support school children to current projects like serving meals at the Stevenson House, helping Bring me a Book Foundation, making repairs at local day care centers, the Duck Pond, and local parks, members of the club pride themselves in being hands on supporters in the community.  We were honored to have the Chamber of Commerce and Palo Alto Weekly newspaper jointly deem our club the most outstanding non-profit in the community and recipient of  the Tall Tree award for 2016 . 
All are welcome to join us at noon at our regular Thursday lunch meetings at the Sheraton Hotel in Palo Alto, CA.

Meeting Schedule

Our club has speakers from the local area and beyond to share information, organizations, happenings, and events. See current list of Speakers on the list under "Meetings" on left column or listed below.  
 Newcomers and visitors are always welcome.


Date Type Title
04/29/2017 Event

This year our Rebuilding Together project will be at a Head Start program in Menlo Park. We will be doing a variety of enhancement projects including building two decks, refurbishing ramps, gate installation,...

05/02/2017 Committee

Status Reports

05/03/2017 Event

Neighbors Abroad will be displaying four fire vehicles at the May Fete Parade and Fair before sending them down to our Sister City of Oaxaca, Mexico.  Some of these vehicles have been sitting...

05/04/2017 Committee

We will conduct the business of the community service committee.

05/04/2017 Meeting

Weekly Club Luncheons

05/04/2017 Committee

Club Board of Directors and Board of Trustees of Foundation Meetings

05/06/2017 Event

Set up and run a fair for children at the finish of the May Fete Parade at Heritage Park next to the American Heritage Museum and Vintage Cars Show.  We will set up, run, and breakdown the fair. We...

05/06/2017 Event

Parade Pacers and Crowd Control

05/08/2017 Committee

Status of  Nominations - Evaluate  Mail Chimp

05/09/2017 Committee

Review fundraising activities.

05/11/2017 Meeting

Weekly Club Luncheons

05/12/2017 Event

Each May, about 900 severely challenged kids from public and private schools across Santa Clara County are invited to participate in a one day event of physical endeavor and success. 

Special Games...

05/16/2017 Event

Working with the Friends of Palo Alto Parks, we will continue our gardening efforts at Rinconada Park.

05/17/2017 Committee

Membership matters

05/17/2017 Event

District Council Meeting for Division 34 of Cal-Nev-Ha Kiwanis. President & Secretary required to attend. Conducts common business of the 14 regional Kiwanis Clubs.