Bayshore Community Kiwanis Club

Chartered 5/24/95 by Kiwanis International
to serve the East Palo Alto and east Menlo Park community
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The Bayshore Community Kiwanis Club is one of 15 Kiwanis clubs in Division 34 - San Francisco to Silicon Valley. Our goal is improving the world one child and one community at a time starting with East Palo Alto and the Silicon Valley.

Most Wednesdays, we provide a Free Dinner at the St. Francis of Assisi parish hall. We start cooking about 2 pm. At 5, we are joined by volunteers to serve 50 to 60 meals. The food is mostly donated from kitchens on the Stanford campus and Ecumenical Hunger Program.

Each Spring we sponsor the Al Julian Track Meet for ages 5 to 17.
We also participate in Kiwanis Special Games - a field day each May for youth who qualify for adaptive physical education services in the Silicon Valley area.
We support programs serving local youth including leadership training, preparation for college, health & fitness, food & housing, reading & storytelling, youth sports, and community parks & recreation.
To find out more about our local activities and community involvement, check out our Bayshore-Flyer.

Our activities are open to service-oriented men and women of all ages and ethnic backgrounds.
You will find a variety of occupations and interests represented among our members.

We gather for lunch on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month at noon at the Bay Cafe at the Palo Alto Municipal Golf Course at 1875 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto.
Visitors and Interclub groups are welcome.
Club meetings include fellowship and a presentation on a Kiwanis project or local community organization.
Our board meets on the second Monday of each month.
We also plan social events and service opportunities each month.
Contact Sandra Farley for our current schedule of activities.

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Page last updated 9/24/18 by Tom Farley of Spontaneous Combustion