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Tag a Duck, Feed Children
09/02/2017
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Cincinnati Kiwanis Members supported feeding children and the Freestore Foodbank...

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Opening Day Parade
04/03/2017
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We had a great time walking in the Opening Day parade with our young Builders...

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Cincinnati Kiwanis Turns 100! Celebrate With Us Aug 11th With a Riverboat Cruise!
02/08/2016
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Join us for a sunset dinner cruise in celebration of our 100 year anniversary...

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Kiwanis Gala Art Auction: May 9th to Raise Funds for The Eliminate Project
04/17/2014
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Love art? Love auctions? Love deals? Love to help people?  Your opportunity...

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The Piggest Raffle Ever 2014
04/17/2014
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Adopt a PIG for $5 in the PIGGEST Raffle Ever for a chance to win on Flying...

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Recognition for Service and Donations

The Eliminate Project

Kiwanis International President (12/9/2011)

On behalf of Kiwanis International and the children and mom’s who will benefit by your pledge of $100,000 to the Eliminate Campaign, I say thank you!!!! 

What a great gift you are giving to save the lives of so many. 

Your club is showing the true spirit of the Kiwanis Heart of Service to others, especially women and children. 

Well done!!!! 
 
Alan Penn

KI President 2011-2012

March of Dimes





Kiwanis Kids






Key Leader






Ronald McDonald House





Kiwanis Cup River Classic

"Dear partners, supporters, friends, and staff at Oyler, Riverview East, and Cincinnati Public Schools,

Principal Yates , Asst. Principal Woods, and I would like thank all of our partners & supporters who were able to attend the "Kiwanis Cup River Classic banquet last night". All of our young student athletes handled themselves very well with over 200 people in attendance our featured guest speaker, Head Football Coach Rod Huber sent us all an inspiring message of hard work, family, school work, and sportsmanship.

Bringing both teams together before the game was a fantastic idea that would not have been possible without the work of the Price Hill/Western Hill Kiwanis, Cincinnati Kiwanis Clubs, and owner and operator of the Western Hills Chick-fil-a, Mike Calloway.

...Below I have attached the article as it appeared on the front page of the Cincinnati Enquirer. http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20111027/NEWS01/111027023/A-chance-play-trophy? odyssey=tab|topnews|text|

Craig D. Hockenberry
Principal, Oyler School (K-12)
Community Learning Center
The Pride of Cincinnati Public!


Kiwanis International Children's Fund