Serving the Children of the World
Chandler Kiwanis Club Supports Chandler Family Bike Ride
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Chandler Kiwanis Club supported the Chandler Family Bike Ride by providing Drinks...

SWD Winter Conference Flagstaff
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Lt. Govenor Dawn Lang of Division 18 having some fun in Flagstaff, AZ during...

The Ronald McDonald House Gets a Hand
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Chandler Kiwanis OK's a $5,000 donation to future East Valley Ronald McDonald...

Chandler Recognizes The Chandler Kiwanis Club
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Chandler Kiwanis Member Lew Bradley accepts a certificate of appreciation for...

Perry High School Health Fair
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Kiwanis District Leadership sponsored a health fair at Perry High School today.... more
Club Officers

Each Kiwanis club is governed by elected officers and a Board of Directors. 

Executive Committee:

Jim Gibbs  President
Eric Sitton  President Elect
Jon Lane Secretary
Bob Briedenbach Treasurer
Leroy Tapia  Immediate Past President

Greg Mattern

Lew Bradley

John Repar

Glenn Klassen


Foundation Distribution Committee:

Chairperson: Dawn Lang

Secretary: Terry Roe

Treasurer: Bob Breidenbach 


Welcome:  Membership in the Chandler Kiwanis Club will connect you with the community and other individuals you wouldn't otherwise know. As a Club member you will learn about developments and happenings in your community during regular club gatherings.  You will also enjoy new social and business networking opportunities with the wide variety of members in our club. And, together, we combine our interests and skills to improve their community in ways that make a real impact in the lives of others, particularly children.  Each club selects its members from the surrounding community. Kiwanis clubs look for persons 18 years and older who are interested in their community and other people, and they seek members who can  contribute four to six hours a month for club activities and projects.  After paying an induction fee upon joining, each member pays annual dues, which are set by the club (currently $120 per year).  New members participate in an orientation program which helps them determine how to become involved in ways that best match their personal interests and skills.  Members quickly learn that the benefits of membership increase with their level of participation in their club. They find the "Kiwanis Connection" to be an excellent fit in their personal and professional lives.