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Oceanside Pacific Kiwanis Brings Child ID Program to Mission Elementary School

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From left to right: Bess Bronson chairman, Carolyn Brian, George Francis, Zucette Lumabas, Marlene Chabala. (photo courtesy: Zucette Lumbas)

Oceanside CA— Oceanside Pacific Kiwanis went to Mission Elementary School to do Child ID, fingerprinting the 2nd graders on Thursday January 28, 2016. There are 1,495 second graders in the 15 schools in OUSD that the Oceanside Pacific Kiwanis committee will bring Child ID program to, the purpose of which is for students’ safety and parents’ support. With the program, parents have their children’s fingerprints in case of emergency.

From left to right: Bess Bronson chairman, Carolyn Brian, George Francis, Zucette Lumabas, Marlene Chabala. (photo courtesy: Zucette Lumbas) clcik on image to enlarge photo
From left to right: Bess Bronson chairman, Carolyn Brian, George Francis, Zucette Lumabas, Marlene Chabala. (photo courtesy: Zucette Lumbas) clcik on image to enlarge photo

The Oceanside Pacific Kiwanis (OPK) has been serving the youth and the community of Oceanside, California since February 24, 1981 when the Club was granted it’s charter. The bulk of their community and youth service is done by their major committees of Youth Service, Community Service, Sponsored Youth, Young Children: Priority One, Senior Services, and Human and Spiritual Values.
For information about each of the 141 service projects the Oceanside Pacific Kiwanis committees are doing in the community please visit the website: www.oceansidepacifickiwanis.org

About Oceanside Pacific Kiwanis

OPK is a breakfast club. Their meetings feature a traditional hearty breakfast that features five options from a full breakfast to a continental breakfast; excellent programs and speakers; lots of fun and fellowship.
There is a strong sense of pride in our accomplishments, along with a spirit of family, and feeling of belonging. If you are a visiting Kiwanis and are here for the “Colder Months at Home”, come be a snowbird.

If you are interested looking at an active service club print an invitation to be our guest for breakfast from our website.
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Oceanside Pacific Kiwanis Brings Child ID Program to Mission Elementary School