About Us

The Club - What We Do

 

Redmond Kiwanis Club is proud to serve Redmond with an emphasis on youth-oriented projects. The club's single biggest fundraiser is an auction held each fall with an Oktoberfest theme.

The Redmond Kiwanis Foundation was established in 1966 and has become a major bricks-and-mortar contributor in the community. The single largest project was the construction of the Kiwanis Cascade Swim Center which opened in 1979. The foundation has dedicated funds for parks improvements, Redmond High School athletics and high school and college scholarships. The foundation is governed by a five-member board, elected by and from Redmond Kiwanis membership.

 

Officers of Redmond Kiwanis Club

2019-2020 Administrative Year

Responsive image Josh Werner-President 541-923-7773

Responsive image Chris Ritchie- President Elect

Responsive image Michelle Duff-Vice President

Responsive image Carl Vertrees-Secretary 541-548-5935

Responsive image John Duff- Treasurer 541-548-1735

Responsive image Rachel McDonald-Past President 541-318-8128

 

 

Board of Directors:

  • Amber Wilson
  • Katie Mercer (’21) 516-1045
  • Mike Sorensen (’21) 516-1045
  • Dave Shirley (’21) 350-5756
  • Roland White (’21) 420-0275
  • Hannah Grandey ('22) 503-329-2618
  • Gary Ollerenshaw (’23) 548-6627
  • Nicole Gee
  • Dan Young (’20) 923-7773

Foundation Board:

  • Mike Patrick (’22) 548-8285, chair
  • Gary Ollerenshaw (’23) 480-0100
  • Don Lee (’24) 548-7633
  • Dan Tippy (’25) 548-1557
  • Noah von Borstel