Spencer After Five
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Learning about Iowa DCI
11/21/2017
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Matt B. telling KAF members about the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation. 

Al P. Talking About Recycling
10/17/2017
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KAF members being reminded about how to recycle properly. 

Successful Backpack Progect
10/11/2017
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Division 3 met at the Hy-Noon Food Stand to to put essential items in a backpack...

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PB&J Collection for UDMO
05/06/2017
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KAF members collecting PB&J for Upper Des Moines Opportunity at Spencer...

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KAF Moving To The Bear
05/04/2017
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Kiwanis After Five is very appreciative of the Hospitality Weasy's has provided...

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Why Join Kiwanis After Five

Here are some reasons to join Kiwanis After Five:

  • Learn about your community (and beyond) through meeting speakers
  • We have a good balance of men and women.
  • Our club has the lowest fees of the three Kiwanis clubs in Spencer. 
  • We have a relaxed club with enthusiastic members and casual friendly atmosphere
  • Make new friends, and develop new relationships
  • Kick back and have a libation while helping others
  • Become a part of a global organization that does great things for those who need our help
  • Do service with a team and not by yourself
  • Develop leadership skills that can aid you in your career and beyond
  • Visit Kiwanis clubs throughout the country and world
  • Experience that wonderful feeling from helping others
  •  Be a part of a positive atmosphere no matter how negative things get around you day to day
  • Share your life with other like-minded individuals in a supportive environment
  • You can change the world one child and one community at a time

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Join Kiwanis To Help With International

Tragedies Like The Earthquake In Nepal. 

In the Himalayan nation of Nepal, floods, landslides, fires, hailstorms, drought, famine and earthquakes can quickly change a family’s focus from the essentials of a good life—education, health care, nutrition—to survival.

That’s why members of the Kiwanis Club of Lumbini, Nepal, have turned their attention to children who are illiterate, orphaned and victims of natural disasters. Living in tent cities and along roadsides, these kids are at a high risk of neglect, child abuse and malnutrition.

“Now, we are serving the earthquake-affected rural area of Nawalparasi,” says club President Deepak Bhandari. This past April, the 7.8-magnitude quake killed nearly 9,000 people, injured more than 22,000 and destroyed and damaged nearly 900,000 homes.


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