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It’s finally here: the week of Halloween! What kinds of treats—and tricks—have you and your club planned for Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF? We want to know!
November is Kiwanis Family Month. What will your club do to let everyone know how great it is to be a Key Clubber?
Bored with answering math and science questions all day in class? Take a break with these fun brainteasers. Bring them to your next club meeting and see who can guess the most right!
We want to see how your club is celebrating Key Club Week! Let us know how you’re spreading your Key Club passion during Key Club Week (November 4–8) for a chance to be featured in a future issue of Key Club magazine.
There’s always that age-old question: “Why should I pay for membership if I can volunteer for free?” See why dues are important—and what extra benefits you get in return.
The prestigious Key of Honor Award is the most coveted honor bestowed by the Key Club International Board. This award recognizes an individual who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in dedicating his or her energy to serving the youth of our nations.
Looking for a fun and easy club fundraiser for Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF? White Oak Secondary School’s Key Club has done just that—by hosting a pumpkin smash.
At this year’s Key Club International Convention, Rustic Pathways asked Key Club members, “What inspires you to do service with Key Club?”
When you give to the Kiwanis International Foundation, you extend your Kiwanis impact by helping to fund the grants our foundation provides. The November 15 deadline to have your grant application reviewed at the February board meeting is fast approaching!
“This year,” Kiwanis International President Gunter Gasser says of 2013–14, “we are building bridges for children to the future. ‘We’ means it will take teamwork. ‘Build’ stands for result-oriented projects. ‘Bridges’ normally provide a safe path over a difficult crossing. ‘Children,’ of course, are our target group. And the ‘future’ means we’re creating projects with concrete solutions and great sustainability.”