Wednesday April 26th, 6:30 PM Evening Meeting at Spiro’s

Good Sunday morning everyone,
A big thank you to all that participated yesterday at the Community Garden’s Earth Day clean up project. Our Club and 12 Key Clubbers were well represented and much was accomplished. Thanks to Lynette and Kelly for organizing a great day; for the most part, the weather cooperated.  If anyone is interested in pulling out more invasive blackberry, I’ll be in Japanese Gulch with about 25 Key Club and Mukilteo Youth Advisory Committee members next Saturday from noon – 4pm. Former member Tyler Thompson will be out with us to make sure we rid the Gulch of the “bad” stuff and retain the good. The City of Mukilteo Public Works’ Department will also be there with their backhoe and dump truck to haul what’s removed back to the PW shop.
City Planning and Community Director Patricia Love spoke to a spell-bound group last Wednesday and got us caught up on several high-priority projects. The multi-modal ferry terminal project will again get into gear this summer and there will be noise and traffic implications for those of us who live in Old Town. I’ll post her presentation on the website so you can view it.  She also discussed the Harbour Reach Corridor Extension project, new Boys and Girls Club construction and the quandry of what to do with the old club location (Hawthorne Hall), waterfront parking issues and many other topics. We’ll invite her back to an evening meeting and I’m willing to bet there is so much more she could talk about there probably wouldn’t be much duplication!
We have a Wednesday evening meeting this week at Spiro’s; Rene de los Santos from the Mukilteo Y will be our speaker so don’t miss that. Agenda attached. Next week we’ll have our Office/Board elections and the Board is asking for the members to review/approve our new Foundation’s corporate documents, and are attached. WE NEED A QUORUM OF 40 MEMBERS TO ATTEND THIS MEETING TO MAKE THE ELECTIONS AND VOTES COUNT. Please calendar this meeting.
Salmon Bake planning will start soon. Thank you Pam for again being our project lead.
Other events:
April 26 5:00pm  Pancake Breakfast Planning at Spiro’s
April 26 6:30pm   Evening Meeting at Spiro’s
April 27 6:00pm   Kiwanis Women’s Birthday Dinner at Amici Bistro
April 29 9:30am – 1:30pm  Popcorn at the Mukilteo Y’s Healthy Kids Event. Dana and I will take the 9:30 – 11:30 shift, need to others to take the 11:30 – 1:30 shift.
May 3 7:30am   Officer/Board elections and corporate document vote
See you Wednesday at Spiro’s.
Nancy Passovoy
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Nominations are now open for the 2017 Citizen of the Year


Now through May, 2017

Submit to:

Kiwanis Club of Mukilteo

Nominations are now open for the 2017 Citizen of the Year. What’s needed:

Nominee’s Name, Address, Phone, Person making the nomination, Phone.

List the nominee’s:
business and professional organizations
community organizations
community activities

For Nomination Form Click Link Below

Citizen of the year form 2017

To send the nomination via email For more information, call Tim Taylor at 425-330-0399.

Nominations may be mailed to Kiwanis Club of Mukilteo, P. O. Box 1553, Mukilteo, WA 98275

Deadline: May 31

New Year in Kiwanis

By Tom Nielsen

2017 is going to be a good year to be a Mukilteo Kiwanis member.We will be serving schools and the community from January to December!

Coming up in March our big Pancake Breakfast is always successful and fun!With the new emphasis on committees, there’s lots to do for everyone!

There will be a lot going on in the club and on other projects to keep us busy until the Annual Salmon Bake in early September.

Our social committee will be planning some events that will give us all something fun to remember.

To say that the members and officers are enthusiastic and well prepared, is a safe bet.
Everything is in place and it looks like it is going to be one of the, best years yet!


2017 Cocoon House Schedule

Time to sign up on a team!

logo2017 Cocoon House Schedule

Established in 1991, Cocoon House has been Snohomish County’s only resource exclusively serving homeless and at-risk youth ages 12-24. Established in the believe that every child deserves a home and the opportunity to achieve his or her fullest potential. Cocoon House provides youth housing and other critical community -based services to caregivers, families and the community.

The Mukilteo Kiwanis provides a dinner to Cocoon House once a month.  If you are interested in being a Lead Chief, volunteering to help or making a monetary or food donation, please contact Pam Taylor at

Below is a schedule of our upcoming dinners.

What does it take to be a lead chef?

1) Agree to lead team 3 or 4 times a year (quarterly) Or if a person only wanted to do it once that’s OK too.
2) Plan a menu
3) Bring menu to meeting as a…

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