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On Saturday, November 20, the Maria Carrillo and Montgomery High Schools Oakmont Kiwanis sponsored Key Club members packed food at the Sonoma County Food Bank located off of Airport Blvd.

Even though we know we need rain, we appreciated a nice day. The work is done outside although one area is in a large, open sided but covered shed. The work begins promptly after directions are given and progresses at a rapid pace. There is little time for social talk while loading or packing boxes on the line, but there is a social and pleasing camaraderie in knowing you are doing good for others. The next service event for the Oakmont Kiwanians will be ringing the Salvation Army bell at the 4th and Farmers Lane CVS Pharmacy on Saturday, December 4th. By the time you read this article, we hope we have seen you. We are collecting canned goods for the Kenwood Elementary School Food Drive. Kenwood Elementary School is also one of the schools this Kiwanis Club helps out in several ways. If you are interested in a lively, much needed service club come join us at our breakfast meetings at the Berger Center. Breakfast is at 8am. The meeting is 8:30-9:30am on Thursdays. December 23rd we are not there. Many of us will be out of town for the holidays or way too busy. For information contact President Fran Lazzarini at Email: franlazz43@aol.com or 928-202-1105.

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