Gail Spurrell
Lieutenant Governor
Pacific Northwest
Division 32

PNW District Governor
Jackie Sue McFarlin

Lt Governor Elect
Beverly Triplett

Immed. Past Lt Gov
Greg Smith

CKI Governor
Tyson Diep

Key Club Governor
Lisa Antonio

Key Club Lt Gov Div 32
Jenny Feng

Key Club Lt Gov Div 33
Greg Park

Division 32 Chairs

Wayne Triplett
Club President Advisor

Debbie Christian
Sec/Treasurer Advisor

Division 32
KCCP Representative>Pamela Smith

Gail Spurrell
Kiwanis Int Project Eliminate

Howard Montoure
Div Christmas Party

Howard Montoure
PNW Foundation

Greg Smith

Growth/The Formula
Jim Owens

Jim Nannery





For those of you who attended Installation Banquets in September, you know that my theme for the year is The Power of One. Each and every member is important – we are all in Kiwanis because we care about our communities and want to make them a better place. And, as individuals, we are making a difference! However, through our individual clubs we magnify the difference we make in our communities. By working together as one group, one club, that difference is so much greater! Now, magnify that by what we do as a Division here in south King County. Kiwanis is making a huge difference! We can move the analogy even further by thinking what an impact Kiwanis has here in the Pacific Northwest and moving even farther still….what an impact we have on individual lives world wide! How many people can say they have changed the world – Kiwanians can! YOU can!

I know this will be a great year here in Division 32 and I look forward to working with each of your clubs! Together we CAN change the world – one child and one community at a time!


2015-16 GOALS

Gail Spurrell
Division 32 Lt. Governor

Kiwanis Club Of Auburn
President, Ed Stevens
Thurs noon, Longhorn Barbecue
635 C Street SW, Auburn
Lunch $ 9.00

Black Diamond - Maple Valley
Kiwanis Club of Black Diamond Maple Valley
President, Allan Hay
Tues. 7:30 Am,
Original Pancake House
26820 Maple Valley Hwy
Maple Valley, WA 98038
Order from menu, pay server
3rd Tues. Noon
Black diamond Bakery
order off the menu and pay server

Kiwanis Club of Covinton
President, Laura Roth
Covington IHOP
27149 185th Ave SE, Covington
Every week, 5th Tuesday is a social meeting,
2nd week is their board meeting

Federal Way
The Kiwanis Club of Federal Way
President, Dennis Hulse
Meets Every Wednesday At Twin Lakes Golf Club
3583 Southwest 320th Street
The meetings are at 12:00 Noon
Which is an EVENING meeting
starting at 6:30 pm.
Meal service starts 1/2 hour
prior to meeting time

Greater Federal Way
Kiwanis Club of Greater Federal Way
President, Jim Abernathy
We meet Tuesdays 7:30 am...
except  the fourth Tues of each month
we meet at 7:30 PM.
Denny's Restaurant
2132 S 320th St, Federal Way
Order off Menu, pay server price of meal

Kiwanis Club of Kent
President, Dennis Higgins
Fri noon,
Kent Senior Center
Lunch $9.00

Kent AM
Kent Am Kiwanis
Co-Presidents, Shannon Madison
We meet the fourth Wednesday of the month at 6:30 PM at Maggie's on Meeker - Donations to meal preferred.
We meet the 2nd Saturday of the month at Maggie's on Meeker at 10 AM, after Park Clean-Up - Order off the menu.
Maggie's on Meeker 307 W. Meeker Street, Kent

Meridian Kent
Meridian-Kent Kiwanis
President, Ray Reddick
Wed noon,
Down Home Catering
211 1st Avenue South, Kent
Lunch Buffet $ 13.00

Kiwanis Club of Renton
President, Sue Owens
Renton Votech Renton Technical College,
Culinaire Room 3000 NE 4th St, Renton
Thursday - 7:27am (No meeting on the 5th Thursday)
5th Thursday - Social
Order off menu, Pay server for price of meal

The Valley
Kiwanis club of the Valley
President, Ray Vefik
Wed 7 am, Auburn Parks & Rec Bldg. Auburn Parks & Recreation Building, 910 9th Street SE, Auburn
Catered Breakfast $ 7.00

Green River Valley Aktion Club
President, Shawn Bochsler

The Six Objects of Kiwanis

  • To give Primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the material values of life.
  • To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships.
  • To promote the adoption and the application of higher social, business and professional standards.
  • To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive and serviceable citizenship.
  • To provide Kiwanis Clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service and to build better communities.
  • To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism and good will.


Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.