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Aktion Clubs, Builders Clubs, K-Kids clubs and Key Clubs like yours honored their mothers by using Mother’s Day week (May 6-10) to raise funds and awareness for The Eliminate Project.
On April 6, hundreds of Kiwanis-family members from the California-Nevada-Hawaii Division 13 gathered at Downey High School in Southeast Los Angeles County to participate in Kiwanis One Day, a worldwide day of service.
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Key Club Eliminate Week is May 6–-10! Key Club and Kiwanis-family members around the globe are using this week to focus on raising funds and awareness for The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus. We’re counting on Every every Key Club is needed to participate. The time to start planning your fundraising project is now.
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College-bound Key Club International members have the opportunity to apply for one of two $1,000 scholarships established in honor of Kiwanian and 2008-09 First Lady Linda Canaday. These scholarships recognize Linda’s committed and caring compassion for children through Kiwanis. Key Club members should only send one application to be considered for both scholarship opportunities.
The deadline for proposals has been extended for the 2013 Key Club International Convention has been extended to Friday March, 29 by 5pm. The Key Club International Convention is an opportunity each year for Key Club members from around the world to come together, learn about service and leadership, elect new officers, be recognized for accomplishments and enjoy the company and inspiration of fellow servant-leaders.