PASADENA – ColoradoBoulevard.net:
The Kiwanis Club of Pasadena is celebrating its 102nd anniversary with a Roaring 20’s Dinner Celebration on October 20th to honor the Club’s legacy since 1920.
By News Desk
All are invited to attend. The Celebration Dinner will be held on Thursday, October 20th at 5:30pm at the Salvation Army Campus, 960 East Walnut Street, Pasadena. The Club will also be installing new officers for the coming year, including incoming President Chris Kolbeck and Vice President Laura Hernandez. Tickets are $50 each, and guests are requested to RSVP to Chris Kolbeck at email@example.com. Proceeds will benefit the Kiwanis Club’s charitable activities in the Pasadena community, and many community leaders are expected to be in attendance.
102 years of serving Pasadena children
“As one of the oldest and largest service clubs in Pasadena and the world, we are proud and excited to celebrate our decades of supporting the many children in this wonderful community. Right now, our Kiwanis mission of making a difference in kids’ lives has never been more important. We welcome the community to join us on October 20th and to learn more about the impact of the Kiwanis Club in Pasadena and internationally,” said Chris Kolbeck, incoming President of the Kiwanis Club of Pasadena. According to Kolbeck, the Club is actively recruiting new members, and all are welcome to join. Says Kolbeck, “This milestone is an opportunity to celebrate our legacy in Pasadena for over a century, and how we enthusiastically work closely with and financially support numerous schools and non-profit organizations – all for the greater good of the children.”
The Club’s most recent activities after the pandemic have included a Student Awards Dinner in May, celebrating distinguished students from local middle and high schools and Pasadena City College, and hosting a Rose Queen and Court Dinner and Open House. The Kiwanis Club of Pasadena also recently participated in a holiday Adopt-A-Family Program and awarded grants to local youth-serving organizations, including the Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena.
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