Kiwanis

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Kiwanis

(kɪˈwɑːnɪs)
n
a North American organization of men's clubs founded in 1915 to promote community service
[C20: alleged to be from an American Indian language: to make oneself known]
Kiˈwanian n

Ki•wa•nis

(kɪˈwɑ nɪs)

n.
an organization founded in 1915 for the promulgation of higher ideals in business and professional life.
[allegedly < an American Indian language: to make oneself known]
Ki•wa′ni•an, n.
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The singer songwriter was, of course, famously turned away from The Builder's Club in Huddersfield in the 1960s when he turned up and offered to play for a tenner.
This year, Klapper decided he wanted to give back to NJCTS by trying to get Terrill Road School's Builder's Club to choose the Center for its annual fundraising walkathon.
Last year, the Palmdale and Palmdale West groups joined the Paraclete Key Club and Los Amigos Builder's Club to install sprinklers and shrubbery around the kindergarten playground at Tamarisk.
I first saw UFO at the Builder's Club in the early 70s with my friend, the late James Stone and local guitarist John Scott.
She participated in a Cystic Fibrosis Walk, she made sandwiches for the disadvantaged with the Builder's Club and did beach cleanup for the Environmental Club.
Builder's Club of Rosemont Middle School and Key Club of Crescenta Valley High School both helped sponsor Bowl for Breath.
I got addicted to rock music from being 18 years old and during the few years after I had the pleasure of going to the Builder's Club for at least four years, then Ivanhoes and the odd concert at places like the Coach House and Huddersfield Polytechnic.
Dozens of Kiwanis Club members from the Palmdale and Palmdale West clubs joined with Paraclete, Littlerock and Highland High School Key Club members and sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders from the Builder's Club at Los Amigos School to assist in the project.
My second home in the early 70s was the Builder's Club but as that was small it was hard to get a lot of people in for larger concerts, but later came Ivanhoes which had the facility for the bigger named bands.
Those volunteers came from groups such as Moorpark Kiwanis, Kiwanis Builder's Club and Girl Scout Troop 916 as well as many community volunteers.
where they were later joined by their mother ( TOGETHER DOWN UNDER: Judith Bracewell with daughters Alison and Debbie at their 40th birthday party in Geelong FEEDING TIME: Judith Bracewell with an unnamed neighbour feeding George the kangaroo who was raised from a joey TALKING SHOP: Judith with Martin Ca folk club at the Builder's Club rthy and Dave Swarbrick at the Singing Jenny(S) STAR STRUCK: Judith Dyson with the folk legend, Tom Paxton, centre, at the Singing Jenny folk club.