Non-profit organization in Oklahoma, Kiwanis Club of Oklahoma City






Kiwanis Club of   

Oklahoma City  

Serving Children Since 1918




Petroleum Club, 35th Floor                                                                                                                                Chase Building, 100 North Broadway                                                                                                                      Downtown Oklahoma City

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 1425
Oklahoma City, OK  73102


OctoberNovember 2014December
Oct. 27 - Meeting
Nov. 3 - Meeting
Nov. 10 - Meeting
Nov. 17 - Meeting
Nov. 24 - Holiday
Dec. 1 - TBA
Dec. 2 - Chili Cook-off


Jay Barnett


Topic: False Imprisonment

November 3rd Speaker


Oklahoma City University School of Law
Juris Doctor
2014– 2017(expected)

University of Illinois Springfield
MA Legal Studies,Legal Theory,Honors
2007– 2011
Activities and Societies:Graduate Student Representative on the Legal Studies Department Committee.

University of Oklahoma
1987– 2003

Honors & Awards

Alfred P. Murrah Bombing Service Award - 1994
Oklahoma City Police Department Medal of Valor - 1999

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 Kiwanis Club of Central Oklahoma City

Pictured are members/leaders Juan Gonzales, Christi Madden, Lacey Holt, and Darrel Booth. Booth is a former Mayfair Kiwanis Club member and a well-known division and district T-O leader.

Primary Charitable Donations
The club’s charitable donations focus upon the Eliminate Project as a Model Club with pledges of $750 per member, and Children’s Miracle Network, which fits well with the club’s location and primary membership in at the Children’s Hospital within the University of Oklahoma’s Health Science Center. Members meet in the basement of the cleverly decorated and designed Samis Education Center.

Primary Volunteering
In addition to donating, the Kiwanis Club of Central Oklahoma City also volunteers at Ronald McDonald House, where on 10-17-14 about 20 people served Mexican food, and at Infant Crisis Services. Other activities such as the Warm Christmas Event are included.

On the first and fourth Fridays, the group meets for lunch in the basement of the Samis Center. On the second and third Mondays, it meets at 5:30 p.m. at Kamp’s 1910 Café on 10th Street.

The variety, youth, and enthusiasm of the club are compelling.

Christi Madden, President (the instigator and glue of the organization perhaps)
Christa Figgins, Vice President
Lacey Holt, Treasurer
Dolores Booth, Secretary

This is a vibrant, young group within the Oklahoma Kiwanis network.

Photo by Beverly Woodrome, who spoke about the Boren Mentoring Initiative as a guest.

Contact Us

99th President:  Rachael Weber

Costs Benefits

Donate to the "Building Fund," Kiwanis Special Activity Fund (KSAF), to replace our current Carver Mark Twain Head Start building with a full-fledged community center, expanded Head Start opportunities, after-school programs, etc.

The cost today has generational benefit for our city and state.