Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World
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Serving the Children of the World
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Kiwanis Planning in full swing to build a Splash Pad on Stryker Field
11/11/2017
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The Kiwanis Clubs of Prineville has fully developed plans to build a Community...

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Imagination Library
03/08/2018
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About Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

Dolly Parton’s Imagination...

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Easter Egg Hunt with the Easter Bunny
03/31/2018
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Our Easter Egg Hunt at Stryker Field this year was a tremendous success. Several...

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Cecil Sly Award presentation
04/07/2018
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 Congratulations to Wayne Looney

68th Annual Prineville Chamber of Commerce...

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4th of July Pancake Breakfast
07/04/2018
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Come and join us for a classic pancake,sausage,juice,coffee and milk 4th of...

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C.A.S.T. fishing event
07/14/2018
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Need to varify date-This is a C.A.S.T. for Kids event designed to provide...

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Crook County Rodders Pancake Breakfast
07/21/2018
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Join us for a Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast July 21st at the 13th Annual Cruise...

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Golf Tournament
08/25/2018
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This event will be held in late summer or early fall. Final date to be determined

Welcome

Let's all give a hearty welcome to our newest member Vickie Rhoden. We're glad you're with us in our mission to serve the children of our community and beyond.


The CAST event is now scheduled for Sunday July 8th.

Through a joyful day of fishing, kids, their families and community volunteers come together for an explosion of fun and inspiration. C.A.S.T for Kids Foundation hosts annual fishing and boating events across America to fulfill our mission of providing populations with special needs the opportunity to enjoy a quality outdoor recreational experience fishing on the water. Our event will be held at Prineville Resevoir. More detail to follow.


 

Our annual Golf Tournament at Meadow Lakes is now scheduled for Saturday August 25th. Please plan to join us for this classic Prineville event. The new later date in August is sure to make this major fundraiser an even greater success.  

 
 

Love it

 
 

Formula_loveitWhy did you become a Kiwanian? Was your father or grandfather a Kiwanian? Did you see the impact that your club had in your local schools? Did you visit a Kiwanis park or pancake breakfast and want to learn more? What do you enjoy about your experience? Why do you remain committed to serving the children of the world?

What would make your experience better? What are your club's aspirations and what would it take to reach them?  Is there an unmet service need in your community that even more hearts and hands working together could solve? How could you help make your community an even better place?

"Love it" addresses the fact that Kiwanians have unique reasons why they became and remain members. It asks members to draw from what they love about Kiwanis to talk about Kiwanis with others. The “Love it” concept also applies to clubs that need resources to address challenges and opportunities to ensure the club experience is the best possible—to ensure they can, indeed, love their club. This is a win for members and for the communities the club serves.

This is The Formula: Love being a Kiwanian. Love your club. Share it with others. Live it.


 

 


Our Splash Pad project has entered it's final planning stage. Construction and completion is scheduled for this summer 2018.
 

If you or your organization would like to request a donation from the Prineville Kiwanis download the Donation Request Form.


During a recent Crook County School Board meeting, Kiwanis Club of Prineville member Wayne Looney asked the board members if the club could offer Kiwanis Summer School a fifth year in 2018.

It's now up to the school board to make the decision.

"Prineville Kiwanis' original plan called for our summer school involvement to largely end with the summer of 2017, our fourth year," Looney said. "Because Crook County School District generously volunteered to pay the associated portion of Prineville Kiwanis staffing costs (beginning in 2015), and because of strong community support, our board voted to authorize a fifth year."

Kiwanis would like to continue with the summer school program next summer if they are able to secure a small amount of additional funding and the school district is willing to continue with their commitment toward the program.