Serving the Children of the World
​Club Photo Album

At the Annual Salem-Keizer School District Spelling Contest, the top five finishers in Divisions I and II combined and the top three finishers in Division III all received cash prizes from the Salem Kiwanis Club. The 1st place students’ school for each division will be awarded $250 dollars to support literacy efforts, thanks to Salem Kiwanis Club.

The written form contest is produced by the Salem-Keizer Education Foundation and the Salem Kiwanis Club. The contest features 24 elementary, 26 middle and 10 high school students representing 36 Salem-Keizer Public Schools. The first phase of the contest took place at Crossler Middle School on Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Salem Kiwanis members, from left, Bill Hansen, Shawn Osborne, Richard Chesbrough, Hugh Nelson, Tom Martin (Santa), Marcia Kelley, Don Ferguson and Bob Tribotti share holiday greeting on Salem CCTV.
Salem Kiwanis Club serves breakfast and lunch at the annual Oregon Steam-Up in Brooks Oregon
Salem Kiwanis serves breakfast to annual Dragon Boat Race teams at the World Beat Festival in Salem Riverfront Park
Rick Boyd, left and Norman Frink show "Thank You" poster created by the staff at Bush Elementary School. 
In 2013-2014, Kiwanis members collected, sorted, and distributed books to 8,916 elementary, pre-school and Head Start children in 95 local schools for a total of 43,366 free books.

Salem Kiwanis donates books to local schools October 2013

More books donated to local school October 2013


Above photos show some of the children who have received over 5,000 books from the Salem Kiwanis Club.

 Salem Kiwanis members ring the Salvation Army Bell at the Salem Center every year at Holiday time.

Members sell raffle tickets for a new Mustang with proceeds going to Doernbecher  Children;s Hospital in Portland Oregon

Some of the Salem Kiwanis Hixson fellows

Members sell pizza at the annual Arts Fair to raise funds

Members give out children's books at local school

Salem Kiwanis members answer question at local elementary school
and read books for children.

Club member serve food at Union Gospel Mission in downtown Salem

Members collected and donated a variety of stuffed animals to Doernbecher Children's Hospital

Members assemble "trauma dolls" for Doernbecher Children's Hospital

Members prepare children's blankets for Doernbecher Children's Hospital