The Kiwanis Club of Omaha Golden K was formed Sept. 29, 1981, with 24 members. A year later, membership totaled 82. In September 1993, the club reached its membership limit of 180. Membership now stands at 84.
     The club is a service organization made up of caring, senior men and women. It serves the community with volunteers who read with pupils at the Conestoga Magnet Center, assist travelers as Airport Information Ambassadors and work at the Food Bank for the Heartland. Members support ALL PLAY, K-Kids, Key Club and other projects designed to fulfill their mission of Serving the Children of the World.
     Club meetings are in Memorial Hall, Countryside Community Church, 8787 Pacific St., every Tuesday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. with coffee and rolls available. For more, contact Chris Olson 402-339-4015.

Paul Springsted of the Kiwanis Club of Omaha Golden K demonstrates the Kiwanis shirt he is selling at club meetings. 

Enjoying the Christmas Dineout of the Kiwanis Club of Omaha Golden K are the club president, Chris Olson, and his wife,  Kathleen. A committee of Chairwoman Betty Foster, Janet Davis and Roger Blauwet organized the Dec. 7 event at Arbor Hall. President-Elect Barbara Lund Irvin’s husband, Dale Irvin, introduced the band, the four-instrument “Dem Bones.”

Omaha Burke High School’s Synergy singers perform “A Holiday Program” for the Kiwanis Club of Omaha Golden K. David Groth, the Burke choir director, leads the performance in the sanctuary of Countryside Community Church on Dec. 5. 

Paul Springsted of the Kiwanis Club of Omaha Golden K, sells “The Smart Card,” a fundraiser for the club.

Don Egr, left, and Charlie Ferguson sell tickets before the Nov. 28 meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Omaha Golden K.  Jerry Bland bought the number that was drawn for a chance at the jackpot, awarded for picking the queen of hearts. That card eluded him.