Weekly Programs & Events

Philanthropist and former Seahawks football player Mack Strong speaks at the Pullman Kiwanis in March 2016.

Philanthropist and former Seahawks football player Mack Strong speaks at the Pullman Kiwanis in March 2016.

Regular meetings: Noon, Thursdays, Gladish Community and Cultural Center View Room, 3rd Floor

Guests and new members are always welcome!

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES UNDERWAY OR COMING SOON:
>> Football Parking and Basketball Parking
>> 59th Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast & Music Fest, Saturday, December 2, 2017

September 2017
September 7 – Dr. Steve Hall, family practice doctor with Palouse Medical, on the Palouse Free Clinic that he heads for low-income families
September 14 – Jenny LeBeau, Kiwanis Member Orientation for new and continuing members
September 21 – John Shaheen, WSU Transportation director, on WSU’s parking situation, recent changes, and options for moving forward
September 28 – Phil Weiler, WSU Vice President for Marketing and Communication, on the new role of this VP and strategic direction for WSU branding
Program Chair: C. Brandon Chapman

October 2017
October 5 – Induction of 2017-2018 Kiwanis officers, plus Adam Lincoln, Pullman city supervisor, and Kurt Dahmen, Pullman recreation superintendent, on the two Pullman city levies on the November ballot
October 12 – Lihnda Sagen and Margaret Gollick, co-presidents, PTA, Jefferson Elementary School, on Pullman School District’s Weekend Snack Pantry Program run by PTA volunteers and community members with support from businesses, individuals, and community organizations.
October 19: Aaron Riley, Regional Long-Term Care Ombuds for Eastern WA, overview of Washington State Long-Term Care Ombudsman advocates for residents of nursing homes, adult family homes, and assisted living facilities.
October 26: United Way of Pullman, program details to follow
Program Chair: Sandra Woodrow

Recent Programs

August 2017
August 3
– Misty Amarena, director of Backyard Harvest, on gleaning local produce for food banks
August 10 – Stuff the Bus Kickoff Luncheon, speaker Jenny LeBeau, WSU College of Education
August 17 –  “The Benefits of Exercise: Fueling Success with Knowledge and Discipline” with ACE Certified Personal Trainer James Bledsoe, Snap Fitness
August 24 – David Makin, WSU asst. professor of criminal justice – policing technology and community relations research project (involves Pullman)
August 31 – Amber Hanes-Miller, Outreach Coordinator at Life Flight Network
Program Chair: Larry Clark

History of Pullman Kiwanis Programs back to June 2002

Program Chairs for 2017: Julie Smitt – January; Donna Gwinn – February; Ted Weatherly – March; Sandee Powell – April;
Barbara Petura – May; Kerry Swanson – June; Francis Benjamin – July; Larry Clark – August; Brandon Chapman – September;
Sandra Woodrow – October; Bob Clark – November; Bill Skavdahl – December.


 

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Pullman Chamber of Commerce director Marie Dymkoski presents at a 2015 Pullman Kiwanis meeting.

Pullman Chamber of Commerce director Marie Dymkoski presents at a 2015 Pullman Kiwanis meeting.

Other club programs:

Stuff the Bus School Supplies Drive

Gently Used Musical Instrument Drive

Pancake Breakfast and Music Fest

Students of the Month

Community Service Recognition Celebration