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From Our President

2010 was a particularly difficult year for every non-profit organization in our nation due to the financial climate and

Chatsworth Kiwanis wasn't the the exception, but with the help of our motivated members we managed to grow and to give our community our support in many areas. My wish is that 2011 would be as successful or more so that the children in our beloved Chatsworth community may grow to be our leaders in Chatsworth, our country and the wold.

Jose R. Cruz

Chatsworth Holiday Parade & Festival

On December 12th Chatsworth Kiwanis brought to our very special community the 27th Annual Parade & Festival, filled with bands, marchers and classic cars, arts and crafts booths, food vendors among many others the event. The event took place during a sunny California winter day and put smiles in all attendants young and old. 
A November to Remember

November 2010 was a very busy month, Chatsworth Kiwanis members participated in many projects and work a great number of hours to make the holidays a very happy season for the kids of our community.


On November 13th the Chatsworth Kiwanis and Chatsworth High Key Club volunteered from 8am to 5pm at the North Valley Caring Services for their Hasbro Play-A-Thon to raise money for the Thanksgiving baskets giveaway program.


November 21st, our members Sherri Sigmon Fife and Nick Monta�o delivered 13 food baskets with all the fixings for a Thanksgiving dinner to low income families in our community.


Also during November member Liz Ramos delivered two DVD/VCR players and videos to the Woodland Hills Kayser Pediatric Oncology unit.
The New Kiwanis Year

The month of October marks the beginning of a new Kiwanis fiscal year and long time member Jose R.Cruz took over his second term as President of our club; and our very own Nicolas Monta�o took over Division 25.

But many other things happened in October, we welcomed new members (13 since October '09), we went NVCS for our monthly beautification project, we took 2nd place at the "Chatsworth Pioneer Day" thanks to Rob Cox unstoppable chili, we fed over three hundred people at the "Ride with Pride" first ever fundraiser and we beautified Lassen Ave for the second time in a year.

Issue: I

Editor: Lucia Monta�o
In This Issue
27th Annual Parade & Festival
A November to Remember
The New Kiwanis Year
Chatsworth Kiwanis Foundation

Chatsworth Kiwanis Foundation

The Chatsworth Kiwanis Foundation (CKF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to community service, we sponsor a wide range of projects; such as working to immunize young children, delivering hot meals to the elderly, providing Thanksgiving dinners and Christmas presents to those in need, sponsoring youth sports, music and after School programs, providing free books to children in our elementary schools and local libraries and other activities essential to our children for their cultural growth . Funds raised by our organization are used solely to support various charitable organizations and sponsoring youth programs in our area. 

We Proudly Sponsor


  • Chatsworth H.S. Key Club
  • Crespi H.S. Key Club
  • Boys & Girls Club of Canoga Park
  • Cub Pack 226
  • Chatsworth H.S. Sports
  • Y.E.S.S.
  • North Valley Caring Services
  • Ride with Pride
  • Brandon's Buddies
  • Learning Thru Doing Adventure

Up Coming Events


Jan 24th-Division Council Meeting (DCM)


Feb 12th- Teddy Bears for the Elderly


Feb 19th-Community Clean Up


Feb 19th & 20th-CALNEVHA

Mid-Year convention


April 18th-19th Annual Los Toros Charity Golf



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