Making a positive impact for children and disadvantaged adults in the Woodland community

'Hands2Heart' WHS Key Club CPR Training

Students of the Woodland High School Key Club received CPR training from Woodland Fire Department personnel during the CPR training day on March 24.

The event, entitled ‘Hands2Heart,’ was organized by the students, in cooperation with Woodland firefighters and Woodland Joint Unified School District, under the sponsorship of the Kiwanis Club of Woodland.

“The students received certification from the American Heart Association for cardio-pulmonary resuscitation,” said firefighter Tara Daniels. “Trained first-responders can play an important lifesaving role, and Woodland Fire Department is happy to be working in partnership with the students, the school district and Kiwanis to benefit the Woodland community.”

During two four-hour training sessions 29 students joined firefighters in the Woodland High library to learn the latest CPR techniques. Students also received training in the use of automated external defibrillator (AED) equipment from Daniels, Woodland Fire Captain Josh Hilliard, and firefighters Nicole Herrera and Miguel Borrego.

According to WHS Key Club President Hollee Anchondo, “We wanted a project organized by high school students for high school students that would benefit the entire community and possibly set the stage for similar events in the future. We are grateful to the Woodland Fire Department and the Kiwanis Club for making it all possible.”

 

Join LtGov Kate to welcome CALNEVHA Gov Joni

on 28 April, 2018.  This Saturday event is promoted on flyer below, please make an effort to attend and support this major event during Kate's tenure.  Tours of Kiwanis Family House are scheduled.

Kiwanis Club of Woodland is a group of friendly and fun-loving people, working together to make a positive impact for Woodland through service to children and the elderly.

Kiwanis membership inspires us to invest in our community and have fun in the process.

LET'S HAVE LUNCH! WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU!

Woodland Kiwanis meets on Mondays, lunch served at 12:00. Meetings begins at 12:10 to 1:00 pm in the dining room of the historic Hotel Woodland, 436 Main Street, Woodland (holidays excepted). Enter at the door to the left off the courtyard adjacent to the free parking lot on College Street south of the hotel. Guests are always welcome.

This website is your introduction to who we are, what we stand for, and why Kiwanis members are so passionate about our Woodland community. You will also learn about fundraising activities, clubs we support, our community service projects, and the inspiring vision of Kiwanis International.

Woodland Kiwanis foundation is  a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization.

For more information about Kiwanis of Woodland, send us an email: membership@woodlandkiwanis.com.

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Date Type Title
04/23/2018 Meeting

Kevin Clark, DA Office, Enforce Officer. Presentation on scams.

04/24/2018 Event

Roll out 250 trauma dolls

04/26/2018 Event

Raising money for Kiwanis Family House

04/28/2018 Event

Gov Joni Ackerman to visit our Division

04/30/2018 Meeting

Adrienne Rimoldi - Senior Recruiter for ADELCO, give a presentation on Yolo Employment.

05/05/2018 Event

Cook food for Honey Festival

05/07/2018 Meeting

Trista Kennedy, Public Safety Academy for Woodland Youth, will give a presentation on what the Academy is all about.

05/07/2018 Meeting

Dinner Board meeting

05/14/2018 Meeting

Regular meeting

05/20/2018 Event

Assemble Trykes for Three physically disabled kids from Wodland

Cook lunch for all including families and present trykes

05/21/2018 Meeting

Regular meeting

05/28/2018 Meeting

Memorial Day no regular meeting

08/11/2018 Event

Give clothes to needy kids