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Transform an awesome kid into a superhero—with an easy-to-make cape! With possible designs ranging from Batman to Powerpuff Girls, use your imagination to craft handmade capes to donate to a children’s hospital.
It’s the first meeting of the year, and the officers have forgotten their seating assignments in the front row. Help the five officers not only find their seats, but also help them figure out what their favorite service projects are, which events they’ve attended and which social media outlet they use to follow Key Club news. Use the categories below to help you. (Note: You might want to use a pencil for this exercise.)
Want to know more about this year’s Key Club International board? Check out the latest edition of Key TV. Meet these Key Club leaders in person at the 71st Key Club International Convention in Anaheim, California, next summer.
November and December are two of the most popular months to volunteer. That’s a good thing—it’s a time when many people and groups need the most help.
Icebreakers are a great way to, well, break the ice during your meetings and spark some fun and energy. Here are two icebreaker ideas to get you started.
World Prematurity Day is Sunday, November 17. This is the day the March of Dimes teams up with organizations around the world —including members of the Kiwanis family—to raise awareness about the issue of prematurity and how it can be prevented.
It’s finally the best week of the year—Key Club Week! Today’s theme is “Show your K in every way.” Did you wear your Key Club T-shirt to school today? Find out more about how your club can participate for a chance to win a pizza party!
5 fun ways to connect with Kiwanis-family clubs during Kiwanis Family Month
Does your Key Club have a Twitter, Facebook or Instagram account? Check out these tips on connecting with members in your club, in other clubs and the whole Key-Club-o-sphere.