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  • Elk with antlers surrounded by a clock face and letters B.P.O.E. The name Kiwanis comes from an American Indian word meaning "we shout" or "we gather."

    PaloAltoOnline.com

  • Christ Episcopal Church, 1521 N. Patterson St. The Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.

    Valdosta Daily Times Homepage

  • The volunteers were participating in a community service project known as Kiwanis One Day.

    columbiatribune.com stories

  • The Kiwanis is a global organization that is dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.

    9/23/2010 - Kiwanis Club Of Ringgold Welcomes New Members - Happenings - Chattanoogan.com

  • “I had to call the Kiwanis the other day because I couldn’t read the flyer they faxed about their mostacciolli dinner.”

    The Hanging Tree

  • Other educators are seeking out adults in venues that are rarely associated with sexual education: churches, retirement centers, volunteer organizations such as Kiwanis clubs - even nursing homes.

    msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines

  • In the past, groups such as Kiwanis and Rotary have taken part in park cleanups, sidewalk sweeping and other beautification projects, said Alan Davis, Pullman Parks and Recreation superintendent.

    The Daily Evergreen News Feed

  • Maxwell, known for his charity work and as an officer in his local Kiwanis Club, is now charged with kidnapping and rape.

    Diane Dimond: Stopping Domestic Abusers Starts At Home

  • Elected offices/civic activities: Past board member, ARC; past president, Kiwanis Club.

    Gerald W. 'Jerry' Clark (R)*

  • Charles Chamber; past chair, Charles zoning appeals bd.; past member, La Plata Kiwanis; chair, Md. Consumer Protection.

    Kirk W. Bowie (R)

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