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Key Leader is returning to the SW District in February. That's right, not much time to make it happen.  Here are the details.
Location:   Kamp Kiwanis, Vanderwagen, NM
Dates:       Saturday, Feb. 17 through Monday, Feb. 19.
(This occurs over the 3-day President's Day holiday)
Registration is now open.  This is the only place where registration will take place. There is no registration site available at Kiwanis International or on the Key Leader web site.
Go here to register:

Follow these instructions:
Be sure that you are in the area for 2018 SW District Key Leader

Work Day at Kiwanis Learning Garden Sunday Feb. 11 - 01/15/2018
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Cirrelda and Les Storhaug have a plan to build planter boxes and the frame for a greenhouse.  YOU are welcome to come and help us at 2.00 PM on Sunday Feb. 11, 2018.  If you plan to be there let Les know.  Or let Dave O know- 681-63235

Silver Status in Kiwanis "Today Club" - 01/14/2018
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January 10, 2018



Dear Mark,

The Kiwanis Club of Albuquerque has achieved Silver-level Today Club status for the 2016–17 Kiwanis year. That means your club’s unrestricted gifts and the unrestricted gifts from your club members to the Kiwanis Children’s Fund reached a per-member giving average of US$25. Congratulations!

As part of your Today Club benefit, you have earned recognition on the Children’s Fund website as well as a Silver-level digital patch.

The digital patch is a graphic file that your club can use in various ways to show off your accomplishment. Here are a few...

Check out January Speakers.... - 01/04/2018

On the HOME PAGE, click on "Tuesday Luncheon Speaker Info"



2017 Charitable Review Committee Awards $13,850 to 7 Great Causes - 09/24/2017
Submitted by: Susan Jennings

2017 Charitable review committee final determination

1) New Mexico Museum of Natural History - $4500.00 (to be facilitated by Cirrelda Snyder-Bryan)  “Kiwanis Garden Discovery Hour for Preschool Children-sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Albuquerque. This program will be delivered directly to children, and will be advertised and promoted broadly by NM Museum of Natural History (newsletters and direct mailings to the public). Enhanced Kiwanis Signage for the garden is included in this grant. We can arrange to help with this program any time. Great for our members.

2) Locker 505 Student Clothing Bank - $2500.00 (Director Kim Kerschen)  On an annual basis Locker 505 spends at least...