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Kiwanis Club of Mill Creek is looking for charter members

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The Pacific Northwest District of Kiwanis International, working in concert with citizens of Snohomish County, is forming a Kiwanis Club of Mill Creek. The first pre-organizational meeting will be held at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, at Mill Creek City Hall.

By Jim Garcia, Lt. Governor, Pacific Northwest District of Kiwanis International.

The Pacific Northwest District of Kiwanis International, working in concert with citizens of Snohomish County, is forming a Kiwanis Club of Mill Creek.

The aim of the new Mill Creek Kiwanis Club is to serve the needs of children in Mill Creek & Snohomish County as well as to meet other needs in the community, develop youth leaders, and provide opportunities for leadership, business & social fellowship.

The first pre-organizational meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, in the Mill Creek City Hall South Council Chambers from 7:00 to 8:00 pm.

Citizens, 18 years or over, interested in improving the community and in helping meet the needs of children are welcome to attend the meeting to become Charter Members of the new Kiwanis Club of Mill Creek.

The club is expected to be chartered in November. For all the latest information on the club and for persons 18 years old or over to sign up for Charter Membership online click here: Mill Creek Kiwanis website.

You can also email Jim Garcia at jgarciaathome@gmail.com for more information.

As a member of Mill Creek Kiwanis, Snohomish County citizens will join over 600,000 Kiwanians in more than 80 nations dedicated to serving children and others in need. The Kiwanis motto is “Serving the Children of the World,” starting with our own communities.

Some 300,000 young people are working in concert with the over 8,500 Kiwanis clubs through K-Kids in elementary school, Builders Club in middle school, Key Club in high school, and Circle K in colleges and universities.

The Kiwanis Worldwide Service Project, with UNICEF joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) from the face of the Earth.

Kiwanis & UNICEF in the past also tackled iodine deficiency disorders, achieving one of the most significant public health successes of the 20th century.

The ELIMINATE project will reach the poorest, most neglected mothers & babies with additional lifesaving health care.

The Pacific Northwest District Kiwanis Children Cancer Project is to have a world free of childhood cancer through research and care.

If you believe our children are the future, take pride in your community, want to reach out to those in need, and enjoy meeting new people, Kiwanis Club of Mill Creek is for you!

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