Kiwanis Club of Oroville
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80 years and still counting
The Kiwanis Club of Oroville was formed on November 17, 1931. Today the club's membership is about 41.
The club's average yearly project expenditures are $45,000. This includes a Needy Children Project, Scholarships, Hooked on Fishing, providing a building for a sheltered workshop and miscellaneous other service project expenditures. The club completed a $37,000 one time project to purchase a Fire Safety Training House for South Butte County in 1994. This Fire Safety House was donated to the City of Oroville, and used within the South Butte County area. This club is involved in Butte County Safe Community for Children, which has many areas of involvement like, bike helmets, safe routes to school, car seats, bike safety. This year the club will hosting its 54th annual Kiddies Parade.