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San Jose, CA Established in 1977


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Keys club meetings
Silvercreek  Mondays 12:00 PM at Silvercreek HS
Evergreen    Tuesdays  12:00 PM  at Evergreen HS
K-KIDS Meetings
Ruskin Elementary School   Wednesdays 12:00
Kiwanis Pueblo de San Jose Meeting Times
First three weeks on each month --Tuesday 6:30PM
Fourth week of each month -Board Meeting  6:30PM- Tuesday

DATE                           EVENT                             TIME & LOCATION
MAP to Event
Sept 16 Tue
Dennys Restaurant on Monterey Rd / Alma SJ  6:30pm

Sept 20 Sat
Interclub with the Silicon Valley Kiwanis club
 (more details later)

Sept 23 Tue
Pueblo Board Meeting
Dennys Restaurant on Monterey Rd / Alma SJ  6:30pm

Sept 29 Mon
Installation of LT Gov. 2008-2009 Luncheon
at the 3Flames 11:45AM

Nov 7-9
Key Leader Conference
Camp Jones Gulch

Selecting Plants

Happy Columbus Day!
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August 2008     |     Issue #1


With our first Newsletter

Pueblo de San Jose Chapter
San Jose, CA Established in 1977

 Pueblo de San Jose Kiwanis Club is an active community service club in San Jose, CA., and is part of the larger Kiwanis International. The club was established in 1977, on the 200th anniversary of the establishment of the City of San Jose in 1777, or as it was called in Spanish, "El Pueblo de San Jose de Guadalupe". The club has many years of community involvement, and many of the projects serve the Hispanic community. The group has about 25 members, many of them professionals or retired professionals working in law enforcement, real estate, insurance, entertainment, and hi-tech. They volunteer time and resources to help better the community.- Chair ... Read Full Article


Special upcoming event!         On Sept 7

Get Ready-here it comes, RSVP for Kiwanis Pueblo de an Jose installation dinner on Sept 7th. 2008 at the Crreksise Inn Rest, in San Jose excellent entertainment by our very own  ... Read Full Article

Political News Story of the Month


Hispanic voters speak with a strong voice. We get better every time we do this. Currently the nation’s contingent of roughly 12 million undocumented workers is unable to vote. Voter registration and turnout among Hispanics have always been lackadaisical, and the high concentration of Hispanic residents in states generally not in play during presidential cycles has served to further dampen the impact of the Hispanic vote. Furthermore, Hispanic residents who do vote regularly tend to resist ready mobilization into voting blocs. In the current 2008 election cycle, organizers hope to overcome these obstacles. According to U.S. census data from 2004, approximately 16 million, or two-thirds of the country’s 27 million Hispanic voting-age residents, are eligible to vote. But of these, only 58 percent registered to vote, compared with 75 percent of whites and 69 percent of African-Americans. Only 47 percent — 7.6 million people, or taken as a slice of the total 2004 voting population, about 6 percent — actually cast a vote in the general election. Still, that marked an improvement over the 2000 cycle, when they accounted for just 5 percent of the overall voting population. By 2006, the percentage bumped up to 8 — an all-time high, but still well shy of expectations in the wake of the immigration protests that spring.

It’s predicted that traditional growth in the Hispanic community will yield about 9.2 million voters in 2008. “That’s the figure to beat California, Texas, New York and Illinois — account for two-thirds of the overall Hispanic population

Hispanics in the 2008 Election: California

California’s Hispanic population is the largest of any state in the nation. More than 13 million Hispanics reside in California, 30% of all Hispanics in the United States. There are over 5 million eligible Hispanic voters in California, 28% of all U.S. Hispanic eligible voters.

Hispanics in California’s Eligible Voter Population

California’s population is 36% Hispanic, the second-highest Hispanic population share nationally behind New Mexico with 45%. And 23% of eligible voters in California are Latinos, the third-largest Hispanic eligible voter population share nationally behind New Mexico with 38% and Texas with 25%. 38% of Latinos in California are eligible to vote, ranking California 26th nationwide in the share of the Hispanic population that is eligible to vote (data from the Census Bureau’s 2006 American Community Survey).

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2nd Annual Bowling Social             AUG 1st

ODYSSEY BOWLING A Party glowing under BLACKLITES pulsating music, Flashing light shows, Glowing bowling balls, your clothing & shoes glow in dark also.

Friday Aug. 1st. 8:30pm-11:30pm

please be on time 


Each team is made up of 5 players representing a separate business or group, other individuals or employees beyond the 6 players must create a group with a separate creative team name.

RSVP at (408)293-6790 or Email at

Only $23 per person includes 2 games, shoes PIZZA, Popcorn & 2 soft drinks or 1 Beer

WHERE?  Cambrian Bowl, 1490 Camden Ave, San Jose, CA (corner of Camden & Union) Click here to download a map site phone is (408)377-2354

Challenge Trophy presentation immediately after the bowling




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