Club News

Next Meeting is March 21, 2018 - 01/21/2018

Our next meeting will be Wednesday, March 21, 2018.

 Jim Nakamo (Donut Man) will speak about Japanese Internment Camps. 

Social Time begins at 5:30 pm.    Dinner, meeting, and program begins at 6:00 pm.  Dinner costs $15.  Please join us at:
Continental Restaurant
316 W. Route 66
Glendora, CA  91740


Installation of 2017-2018 Board - 10/05/2017
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Glendora Kiwaniannes met at Club House 66 in Glendora on October 4, 2017 to install Sherry Henirich as President.  Also installed were the Board Members elected for the 2017-2018 year.  (Top Row:  Cathy Napoli, Carolyn Thomas, Margie Henderson, Kandy Nunn, Debbie Deal, Anna Wu Lieutenant Governor], Pat Rasmussen.  Botton Row:  Mary Jane Bettfreund [Past President], Sherry Heinrich [President].

President's Message - 10/04/2017

 President, Sherry Heinrich  says, "We'd love for you to come join us at one of our meetings or a service project. Please go to our Contact page and drop us a line!"


Pennies for Shepherd's Pantry - 06/12/2017
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Seventeen middle school students who attended the Leadership Academy this June collected pennies  and amassed $100 to donate to Shepherd’s Pantry in Glendora.

Kiwaniannes Mark 33 Years of Service - 04/24/2017
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The Glendora Kiwaniannes marked the occasion of their 33rd year of serving the community at a Charter Night dinner held in Glendora on April 19.  The nonprofit service club, affiliated with Kiwanis International, was founded in 1984 on April fool’s Day to enable women to effectively carry out the objectives of Kiwanis, and to organize community service projects, programs and services.

Nearly 50 local women are members of the Glendora Kiwanis Club of Glendora Kiwaniannes and the club meets twice monthly. Each year the club sponsors two fund raising projects, the annual Community Tea in the spring, and Designer Bag Bingo in the fall.  Proceeds are used to fund scholarships for local...

Glendora Kiwaniannes Tea Raises Money for Teacher Grants - 02/28/2017
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 At their May 3 meeting, the Glendora Kiwaniannes heard how seven Glendora Unified School District teachers used their $500 Artist in Residence Grant. “It’s truly inspiring how these creative teachers used a small amount of money to do big things in the classroom,” said Mary Jane Bettfreund, president of the Kiwaniannes. The Kiwaniannes have funded the program with proceeds from the Glendora Kiwaniannes Annual Community Tea.

Maureen Kolby, a third grade teacher at Sellers, used her grant fund to bring in an art teacher to teach her class about shapes and colors.  Using the information, the children drew their names and decorated them elaborately. Chris Burgan, who...