Committees

In order to carry out all projects that our club is involved with throughout the year, each member is asked to join one or more committees. 

Name Chairs Description
BBQ Trailer
Shewmon, Don
The Kiwanis Club of Thousand Oaks owns a trailer containing professional BBQ equipment and is used to support the many cooking functions the Club does during the year. This committee is responsible to assure the equipment is in good working order. The equipment is for Club use only and is not available for rent.
Board of Directors
Levine, Larry
The Board of Directors meet monthly for the purpose of Club and Foundation administration that requires board approval. There are two board meetings held in session. The first is the board meeting for the foundation and the second for the administration.
Bulletin
Prescott, John
The Bulletin committee is responsible for content and publishing the Club's weekly bulletin.
Community Service The Community Services Committee reviews request of our Foundation and service by our members for the adult members of our community. The Committee will also plan, arrange and manage any approved requests.
Finance
Steele, Bill
Prepares a budget for submission to the board; submits recommendations on financial matters; secures funds necessary to meet budget requirements.
Fund Raising The Fundraising Committee organizes and operates fundraising activities for the Kiwanis Club of Thousand Oaks Charitable Foundation.
Health & Caring
Driscoll, Ted
The Health & Caring Committee provides an avenue that we can look after our own members. They will try follow-up on that haven't shown at regular meetings, provide information on the well-being of the members and their immediate families and try to stay in touch with each of our members.
House Committee The House Committee has the duties of setting up our meeting places and then to pack up and put away everything that was used. The House Committee handles the logistics for our meetings. Including placement of the flags, raffle prizes,introductions of Guests, etc.
House Committee Evening Addition The House Committee has the duties of setting up our meeting places and then to pack up and put away everything that was used. The House Committee handles the logistics for our meetings. Including placement of the flags, raffle
Human and Spiritual Values The Spiritual Aims Committee is responsible for the invocations at each of our meetings, plan activities that will uplift our moral fiber and provide a stabilizing focus on our social members of our community.
Interclub Schedule and perform visits to each club in the Division.
Meals on Wheels Monday
Hyink, Sherrill
The Club delivers Meals on Wheels every Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.
Meals on Wheels Weekends
Protter, Theresa
The Club delivers Meals on Wheels every Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.
Membership Growth and Education
Porter, Katy
The Committee support the clubs in recruiting new members, Conduct orientation training for new members, and prepare and conduct induction ceremony for new members. The committee is chaired by the Immediate Past President.
Programs
Weiss, Steve
The Programs Committee is chaired by the Vice President and has the responsibility to provide a guest speaker at all of our meetings.
Service Leadership Program The committee serves as a liaison to club-sponsored youth programs and maintains relationships with the sponsored youth as well as their faculty advisers.
Social Media, Marketing & Public Relations Ensures that the public receives, through the social media and other means, the Objects, goals, programs, and achievements of the Club.
Socials and Administration Fundraising
Ryan, Douglas
The Committee plans, organize, and run Club social functions and administration fundraising. These events are for Club members and friends only. Money raised for administrator accounts can not come from the general public.
Special Guest Day Special Guest Days are a series of days through the year dedicated to guests of the club members.
Strategic Planning The Strategic Planning Committee maintains and prepares the Club's Strategic Plan. The Plan is updated on a regular basis and goals are measured.
Web Site
Stephenson, Jim
The Web Site Committee is responsible for maintaining and addressing issues regarding the use of the Kiwanis Club of Thousand Oaks Website.
Young Children Priority One The Young Children Priority One represents our commitment to the children, with the emphasis on the infants to preschool age children. The Committee will review requests, plan, staff, coordinate and manage activities that are especially aimed at servicing this age group of children of our community and the world.
Youth Service
Protter, Theresa
The Youth Service Committee plan and administer programs for children and youth of age 6 and above