Kiwanis Club of West Valley-Yakima is a committed group of volunteers that

provide support for children of all ages through fellowship, quality service leadership programs,

meaningful community service, education, and financial support.

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Each year, in October, Kiwanians from around the world join in a day of service to observe "West Valley Kiwanis One Day."  A good turnout of excellent volunteer workers picked up litter, pruned back vegetation, and raked leaves at West Valley Community Park.

Thanks to service project chair, Ken Irwin, Yakima Parks Technician Brian Flory, and the 39 adult/youth volunteers (WV High School Key Club and WV Middle-Level Builders Club) who made time (130 hours) to make a difference in our community!

Check out the service project pics here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/T5RdKUFAddTA6cMk7


We were happy to present the "big check" in the amount of $4,500 to West Valley Fair Board leaders Greg Boisselle and Mike Falon this week.  The donation represents all profits earned serving food during the West Valley Community Fair.  The money supports future West Valley Fairs that impacts hundreds of children each year. 

Special thanks to the over 30 Club/community members who logged 300+ hours to complete this annual signature club project.

Pictured left to right:  Co-chair Mark Medina, Greg Boisselle., Mike Falon and Co-chair Ken Irwin.

Click Here to view WV Community Fair pictures.

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May 18, 2024- WV Kiwanis Golf Tournament Fundraiser for Kids @ Suntides Golf Course- Watch for more information coming soon.

Email for information:  membership@wvkiwanis.com

City PLanner Speaks

We all enjoyed listening to Joan Davenport City of Yakima Director of Community Development share the many new projects in our Yakima.  Highlights of her presentation last night included:

We valued the time spent with Joan and her dedication to our community for over 3o years. Enjoy your WV Kiwanis Cup, Joan!

Ahtanum Valley Elementary Food Drive

Ahtanum Valley Elementary School students and WV Kiwanis partnered to collect and donate over 1,600 food items to Triumph Services families yesterday.  We are thankful to the students, parents, and school staff for their generosity and support of others!

Thanks to Bob, Don and school custodian for helping load and delver the food!