Meetings & Events

We are an active and vibrant club in the community. At our meetings,  we host speakers from the local area and beyond to share information about organizations, happenings, events and interesting topics. We participate in many different events each year including Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp, Kiwanis Doernbecher Children's Cancer Program, Meals on Wheels, Salvation Army Red Kettle Bell Ringing, Christmas Basket Program, Red Cross Blood Dives, and many more. Newcomers and visitors are welcome to join us at our meetings. We'd love to have you!

We meet each Thursday at 11:45 AM at:

Giovanni's Italian Restaurant
12390 SW Broadway
Beaverton, Oregon 97005

Date Type Title
09/28/2017 Event

Club Service Project – Deliver Meals on Wheels every 4th Thursday of the month to seniors from Elsie Stuhr Center, 5550 SW Hall Street, Beaverton, OR. For information or to volunteer, contact Stan...

09/28/2017 Meeting

Tod Thayer, Major Gifts Officer of the Portland Police Bureau Sunshine Division, will speak about the Sunshine Division’s activities.

10/02/2017 Event

Club Service Project – Assist at the Red Cross blood donor collection at Sunset Presbyterian Church, 14986 NW Cornell Road, Portland, OR, from 4-7 PM. For information, or to volunteer, contact Dick...

10/05/2017 Meeting

Jolene Guptill, Chairperson of Family Promise of Beaverton, will speak about their support for the homeless in the Beaverton area.

10/07/2017 Event

Installation Luncheon will be held for 2017-2018 Pacific Northwest District Governor Roger Bell at the Howard Johnson Plaza, 9 North 9th Street, Yakima, WA 98901. The cost for lunch is $15.00 (payable...

10/07/2017 Event

Kiwanis Recognition Banquet, honoring Kiwanians who have served their clubs and communities for 40 years or more, at the Monarch Hotel, 12566 SE 93rd Avenue, Clackamas, OR 97015 (Sunnyside Exit from I-205)....

10/10/2017 Event

KCCH Monthly Club and Foundation Board of Directors meeting at Elmer’s Restaurant, 1250 NW Waterhouse Ave, Beaverton, OR. For information, contact Karl Johnson at 971-246-3211.

10/12/2017 Meeting

Jim Meierotto, Outreach & Engagement Coordinator for the Tualatin Valley Water District, will speak about the rate setting process for the Water District.

10/14/2017 Event

Annual Kiwanis Doernbecher Children’s Cancer Program Awards Banquet, at the Abernathy Center, 606 15th Street, Oregon City, OR 97045. The silent auction opens at 9:30 AM and brunch will be served...

10/14/2017 Event

Imagine Possibilities “Because of You” Charity Auction and Dinner Fundraiser from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Tektronix Campus’ Building 38 Conference Center, 3025 SW Zworykin Avenue, Beaverton,...

10/16/2017 Event

Kiwanis Division 63 Council Meeting at Kiwanis Pacific Northwest District Office, 5427 Glen Echo Avenue, Gladstone, OR 97027. Contact: Evelyn Chapman at 503-482-5285 or 2elc@comcast.net.

10/19/2017 Meeting

Sherry Johnston, from the Portland  Japanese Garden, will present "Beyond Words " about the Garden.

10/26/2017 Meeting

Tonia Hunt, Children First For Oregon Executive Director, will speak about their mission and activities to empower the community to advocate for kids.

11/02/2017 Meeting

Jean Edwards, Founding Member and President of the Edwards Center, will speak about the Center's programs promoting independence for adults with developmental disabilities in Washington and Clackamas...

11/06/2017 Event

Club Service Project – Assist at the Red Cross blood donor collection at Sunset Presbyterian Church, 14986 NW Cornell Road, Portland, OR, from 4-7 PM. For information, or to volunteer, contact Dick...

11/09/2017 Meeting

Beaverton Mayor Denny Doyle will discuss recent events and activities in the City of Beaverton.

11/14/2017 Event

KCCH Monthly Club and Foundation Board of Directors meeting at Elmer’s Restaurant, 1250 NW Waterhouse Ave, Beaverton, OR. For information, contact Karl Johnson at 971-246-3211.

11/16/2017 Meeting

Sonny Mehta, Field Manager for Renew Oregon, will discuss the mission and activities of the clean energy advocacy coalition of businesses and workers to move our state to a clean energy economy.