Kiwanis Club of Issaquah
"Boots, Brats & Brews” Benefit Auction & Brewfest
Date: Thursday, April 24, 2014 Time: 6:30 – 9:30pm
Place: Pickering Barn - 1730 10th Ave NW, Issaquah, WA 98027
$40 per person
Includes: A Commemorative Glass, 5 Scripts, and a Brat
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The Kiwanis Club of Issaquah, has been serving our community since 1929. As a group, we can achieve what individuals cannot do alone. To learn more, join us for a fun and informative meeting any Wednesday at noon! KIWANIS-"ONE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE," ENJOY YOUR SERVICE!
Find out more about the work Kiwanis is doing in the community: Click here for a list of our committees and how to become more involved.
Kiwanis Serving the Children of the World!
Upcoming Kiwanis Wednesday Meeting Luncheon Speakers:
Except for our monthly business meeting, we regularly invite guest speakers from the community to present to the club from 12:30 to 1:00PM. These programs are open to the public. If you're interested in being a guest speaker, please contact us.
Our club lunch cost is $11, paid via credit card, check or cash.
Meals provided free to Program Speakers.
March Program Chair
Boots, Brats & Brews Kick off and Membership Drive! Brats and more will be served by our famous caterer Eric Elmer owner of EJ Custom Catering. Brats are graciously donate by Chris & Jacque Chiechi owners of Fischer Meats on Front Street. Issaquah Brew House will be presenting 3 brews and tasting from their lines of product. Brew Master David Hutchison will speak for 10-15 minutes about all that goes into to brewing Ales. Followed by 10-15 minute of sharing all that The Kiwanis Club of Issaquah does on our community. Gibson Hall seats 70 people and our goal is to fill every seat! Please invite a potential member and be sure to make your reservation by contacting Tori Gains at email@example.com so we have enough for everyone.
|March 12||Business Meeting|
Sherrie Reed, Marketing Director,Spiritwood at Pine Lake; will talk about:Assisted Living options available to Seniors as they age.~~What is Assisted Living? Is this like Skilled Nursing? What are the costs? How do VA Benefits fit into the scenario? Is there an age requirement? What about Dementia? What part does Medicare pay? If any? What happens when you run out of money?
500,000 CHILDREN PROJECT
Teaching millions of children the life changing skill of goal setting, one class room at a time.
Fund Raising For:
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