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Radio Celebrity Eddy Aragon to Entertain Us on Nov. 14
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Date: November 14, 2017

Speaker: Eddy Aragon, Owner 95.9 FM and 1600...

Wheels Museum President Leba Freed to Speak Nov. 21
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November 21st:  Leba Freed, President, Wheels Museum

Presentation Title: Saving...

Mo Palmer, Historian - Back by Popular Demand on Nov. 28
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November 28thMo Palmer, Albuquerque Historian

Presentation Title: Albuquerque...

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2017 Charitable Review Committee Awards $13,850 to 7 Great Causes

2017 Charitable review committee final determination

1) New Mexico Museum of...


Updated November 2, 2017

New Project Ideas Welcome 

(and Project Committee Members as Well)

Our Board has approved an initiative designed by incoming President Jeff Rowe to conduct a Work Project during every month of his administration!  The Project Committee is co-chaired by Kimberly Beauford (as in Beautiful) and Dave Orner.  This committee is actively seeking members AND project ideas. Please contact Kim at to volunteer your PLANNING SKILLS  and PROJECT IDEAS.

Our committee is also sensitive to our members' travel schedules and their carpool needs.  We hope to use a free online service to poll workers for their available dates, and then for confirmations when dates have been determined for our projects.  


Bill Lock, Fran DiMarco,Steve Schroeder, Aubrey Beauford, Dave O, Bart Regelbrugge, Bruce Owens, and Kim Beauford teamed up to assemble racks and storage for the Locker 505 clothing bank on October 28. 

Many of them then proceeded to the Kiwanis Learning Garden, where Cirrelda Snider-Bryan, Kay Ballinger, Bob Rider, Mark Haley and President Jeff Rowe worked side by side with champion CKI workers Luke and Sarah, and many Garden Family Stewards to enhance the friendliness of the KLG.


K Kids from Dennis Chavez Elementary School, and Builders Club members from Desert Ridge Middle School, under the guidance of Debbie Edmondson, Luke and Sarah from UNM-CKI,

Susan Jennings and Susan Baker  (the Desert Ridge Faculty Advisor),

packed up 200 Halloween Candy bags and delivered them to kids at Joy Junction !

More photos can be found by clicking on the "SERVICE LEADERSHIP " tab on the left Menu Bar

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A Memorable Fiesta for Many Reasons, but the main reason is that we expect our best overall Fiesta results in many, many years.  And these results may well be announced much sooner than usual.  Many thanks to MARK HALEY and JEFF ROWE and everyone they recruited for


Two of our hardest workers slow down during their frantic Fiesta management duties to celebrate their same-day birthday, Oct. 14.

Betty Kam, right, is the driving force behind one of the largest providers of KiwanisFiestaWork, the Eldorado Choir Boosters.  She worked every evening shift and the Music Fiesta as a Gate Captain, every weekend morning shift as a ticket seller, and just about every waking hour in between helping Booster parents and their talented progeny sort out their schedules.  Betty's veteran parents are stalwart ticket sellers and extremely reliable.

Susan Ng, recent Kachina Award recipient and one of the hardest working members of our Club, worked every evening and the Music Fiesta assigning dozens of workers to the various Admissions booths and Scanning positions. 


The Installation and Anniversary Party held Sept. 16 was a wonderful celebration with perfect weather and excellent presentations. Above, Michael Crews is shown with his award for exemplary service.

You will soon find many more photos of the festivities in the Photo Album tab on the left side of this Home Page. And a complete list of Service Awards will be published in the News Section on the right.

Please find the October President's Message on the Left SideBar Menu

Organized in 1917, the Kiwanis Club of Albuquerque is the oldest Kiwanis Club in New Mexico. We support our community through the Kiwanis Club of Albuquerque Charitable Foundation, a 501(c)3 tax-exempt nonprofit corporation.

Find out more about how Kiwanis serves our community. Join us each Monday at Noon at the MCM Eleganté Hotel Albuquerque. 2020 Menaul Blvd. NE (just east of University).  

The Six Permanent Objects of Kiwanis

Object 1: To give primacy to the human and spiritual rather than to the material values of life.
Object 2: To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships.
Object 3: To promote the adoption and the application of higher social, business and professional standards.
Object 4: To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive and serviceable citizenship.
Object 5: To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service and to build better communities.
Object 6: To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism and good will.