Turnover Party

Turnover Party (tern'o'ver par'te) n.   The fall ritual of changing Kiwanis Club of Ottawa's president marked with celebration by members, friends and spouses.  Outgoing and incoming Presidents are toasted, sometimes with alcoholic beverages.  All participants are fed and found to be smiling, laughing and frequently enjoying themselves.  Dancing is known to break out.

On Saturday, September 26, we will say goodbye and thank you to President Gary Flockton for steering a steady ship this past year. We will also welcome Wayne French into his new role as President. 

A casual evening at Lone Star Ranch on Hunt Club West will put a smile on your face without draining your wallet at $50. per ticket for dinner and a dance.  So put on your best duds and cowboy hats, come solo or bring your favourite boot-scooting partner for music by Greg Campbell, our popular DJ!

Tickets will be available by contacting Kathleen Holst.

2014 Watch-It, Shred-It Day


Dispose of your personal records securely and support Kiwanis programs, too!

Bring your old tax files and other personal records for this one-day fundraising event. Watch as Shred-it technicians destroy your documents at their mobile unit. Cost to you is only $8 per box.  You can bring a bankers box (approximately 12"x12"x15") or any box that you can carry, and if you want they'll even give you back the box.

When: Saturday, October 18, 2014  from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Where: Hampton Park Plaza, at the intersection of Carling and Kirkwood just off the Queensway.  Just look for the big Shred-it trucks and drive into the parking lot. Volunteers will direct you where to drive.