President
Kevin Currier
 

President-Elect
Johna Thomson

Secretary
Natlie Routh

Treasurer
Val Westover

Immediate Past President
Allan Hay

Division 32
Lieutenant Governor
PNW Division 32
Bev Triplett

Board of Directors
Mira Hoke
Andy Williamson
Rebecca Olnes
Ross Olive
Nikki Westover

Contact our club @
info@bdmvkiwanis.com for
more information.

Meeting Information
Original Pancake House:
Tues. @ 7:30am
Next to Safeway at 4 corners

Black Diamond Bakery:
Noon
3rd Tuesday of the month

 

Message from the President:

Welcome to the Kiwanis Club of Black Diamond/Maple Valley…

We live in an amazing community and the Kiwanis Club of Black Diamond Maple Valley works within our community to help keep it great. Our club is entering its 6th year and is comprised of 23 of the hardest working and most generous individuals within the community.

My name is Kevin E Currier and I am proud to serve as President of our club for the 2016/2017 calendar year. In 2012, I was looking to become more involved in our community and was invited one Tuesday morning to a club meeting by one of our members. At that time our group was small but the message to service and give back was clear.

It is hard to quantify all that we have accomplished since then but the impact in our community is great. As we enter the 2016/2017 year, here is a short list of just some of our programs and planned activities:

  • Weekend “Backpack” Meal Program
  • Foster Family Dinners
  • Make a Difference Day / Kiwanis One Day
  • Community Garden Project
  • Relay for Life
  • Community Thanksgiving Dinner
  • Key Club Convention & Leadership Training
  • Kiwanis Scholarships
  • Disability Awareness (IDEA) Project
  • Shop with a Cop
  • Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program (KCCP)
  • Surgical Implant Generation Network (SIGN) Program

As Club President, my message is one of commitment, communication, and growth. A renewed commitment by our members in support of our many programs and reach within the community. Clear and concise communication between our community partners and members to ensure timely solutions and a balanced distribution of resources. And an emphasis on growth through the invitation of new individuals looking to make a difference and be more involved in our great community; like I was in 2012.

Come check out our club and be a part of something great in the Black Diamond / Maple Valley community.

Sincerely,

Kevin E. Currier

The Six Objects of Kiwanis