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SANDPOINT KIWANIS WELCOMES YOU

 

OUR YOUTH IN ACTION

A well informed community is an empowered one as well, so take a look at some exciting recent presentations made to the Sandpoint Kiwanis, as well as some of the activities theses kids are involved in to keep us inspired and current. It's a whole new world and these kids are leaders and leaders in the making.

 

OUR YOUTH IN ACTION

July 2018

Young Leader Update: After graduation from college, Sophia Meulenberg spent two years with the Peace Corp in Senegal, Africa. She shared her experiences and adventures. Her presentation was a real eye opener. She didn’t have to complete her story to make one realize how fortunate we are to live right here. (No running water - no electricity) In August, Sophia is headed to Georgetown University where she will get her Masters Degree and continue to work in a field of helping other.

Good for you Sophia, the world needs more like you.

TROOP 111 BOY SCOUTS ATTEND LEADERSHIP TRAINING

July 2018

Cole Dorman, Ethan Reed and William Dorman attended the National Youth Leadership Training at Camp Cowles in Diamond Lake, Washington recently. These young men are learning to apply leadership tools that major corporations recommend their adult executives to use! Flanking these outstanding young men are their mighty leaders and Scout Masters, Phil Voelz and Carl Brenner.

Great job guys and thanks for your diligence and can-do attitudes!

A LONG TIME COMING!

July 2018

This photo of questionable quality (it's hard to "unfold" a folded document - we love it anyway!) shows a document granted The Friends of Stidwell by the Internal Revenue Service: 501(C)3 status!  Among other benefits, Friends of Stidwell can now accept tax exempt contributions from donors who would like to join us in supporting local youth.  At last! 


Thanks to all who worked so diligently to make this come together!

STAY CURRENT

Sandpoint Kiwanis are dedicated to helping our local youth.  One of the key ingredients to making that aid effective involves educating ourselves as to the challenges and opportunities our young people face. Times are changing, products are changing and employment is changing in this technologically expansive time.

LEARN ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY, NATIONWIDE EMPLOYMENT TRENDS AND LOCAL OPPORTUNITIES

Sandpoint Kiwanis club members recently toured the Parker Technical Education Center in Rathdrum.

 
 

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CHECK US OUT

Sandpoint Kiwanis welcomes guests! If you're interested in becoming active in helping the youth in our community, please, come check us out!  A couple of hours a week can make a world of difference.

We meet Mondays at noon at the Columbia Bank Building (parking off Church Street, between 4th and 5th in Sandpoint), in the ground floor meeting room, with a delicious lunch available from Tango Cafe.

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or give us a call at the number below!

“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see”

Mark Twain

 

CONTACT SANDPOINT KIWANIS

Get in touch with Sandpoint Kiwanis to learn more about our work and how you can get involved or for more information on Camp Stidwell, reservations and facilities.

Sandpoint, Idaho

208-255-6645