Welcome to the Kinette Club of Stampede City

The Kinette Club of Stampede City is a vibrant group of women from all walks of life who have come together because we share a common goal; To help serve our community. We believe in giving back to the community while having fun and making life-long friendships! In order for us to do all that we do, we need one very important element to continue our great working the community…that’s YOU. You have the ability to help us grow and to keep the efforts of the Kinettes in Calgary thriving and vibrant. There is very little in life that can surpass the knowledge that you have made a difference in someone’s life. This is that opportunity and we invite you to become a part of our amazing association.​
"Serving the Community's Greatest Need"
About Kin Canada Bursaries


               Post-secondary education is expensive. Let us help!
Kin Canada Bursaries is a program of the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund, supported by Kinsmen, Kinette and Kin clubs, and public donations, across the country.Each year, $1,000 bursaries are awarded to successful Canadian applicants who are pursuing post-secondary education at a recognized university, communitycollege, technical institute and other schools for advanced education.
Of the bursaries awarded, there are four named bursaries: The “Diana Lyn McKenna Memorial Bursary” to a student from Ontario in the Health/Sciences field, the Bob Pittman Bursary for a Business student, the Kevin Denbok Bursary for Music students and the Winnipeg Kinsmen Jackpot Bingo Bursary awarded to a District 2 student.
           Application Form            
Applications are due February 1st, 2018.
Kin Canada Bursary applications: English ; French
Completed application forms must be sent to the club closest to you.
Kinette Club of Stampede City
 PO Box 1434 Stn. Main Calgary AB T2P 2L6
Home Page Stories
Stampede City Kinettes & Kinsmen volunteered at the Operation Christmas Child
Last night at the distribution center was pretty cool.  Our shift packed over 5800 shoe-boxes in our few hours of work. It was neat to see the operation from the inside.
The amount of toys that pass through this building is immense. I would suggest that it certainly rivals Santa’s load. Calgary is one of two  distribution centers in Canada with the other in Kitchener Ontario. So the amount of shoe-boxes coming into the building is mind-blowing. It’s a well-oiled machine for sure. Lots of thought went into the process as a whole. Job functions, stations of operation etc. you can stand back and watch the system working.
Distribution on a global scale is massive and there is so much demand that 10 years will pass between when a region last had a shoe box delivery. So children usually receive only 1 shoe-box in their childhood. And it really makes an impact.
It was a neat experience and it’s heartwarming to see that there are so many good people in this world that care.
Thank you for the support.
Dave Pool
Stampede City Kinsmen
Upcoming Events
Dec 14, 2017
6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Dec 14, 2017 6:30 PM 9:43 PM
1918 Tap & Table Legion in Kensington
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