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In the loop
Be in the know about all things Key Club
Key Club goes mobile
Key Club is now available on your phone! Download the Key Club app for your Android phone or iPhone. You can:
Become a true servant leader
- Track your service hours.
- Set personal fundraising goals.
- Manage service projects and keep track of details.
- Send friends personalized invitations to club meetings.
- Make a donation to The Eliminate Project.
- Track The Eliminate Project as we work to raise US$110 million to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus.
Ready to transform yourself into a true servant leader? Then check out Key Leader, a weekend retreat where you’ll develop your leadership skills and learn how you can best help your community. You’ll also have fun while making friends with other teen leaders. Interested? Go to www.key-leader.org/registration
to find a 2012 Key Leader weekend near you.
Don’t miss the convention action
The 2012 district convention season kicks off during the first weekend of March with the Montana and Wisconsin-Upper Michigan districts. Do you know when your district convention is? Check out the calendar
, and contact your lieutenant governor for more information.
Go for the gold
Has your club done some awesome projects? Or do you know of a Key Clubber who’s gone above and beyond? Yeah, we thought so. Apply for awards from Key Club International! Go to the contests and awards
page to get categories and rules for individual and club awards.* And don’t forget to send your contest submissions to the Kiwanis International Office by April 27.
*Some awards must first be submitted and judged at your district convention. Winners will then move on to the international level. Lead Key Club into the future
Here’s your chance to play a big part in the future of Key Club International. Consider running for a district or international leadership position.
Go to www.keyclub.org/becomealeader to learn more about what it means to be a district or international officer.
Interested in a position? Contact your district governor for information about the election process.
Seniors, are you ready?
You’re about to graduate and leave your high school days behind, but that doesn’t mean the great times you’ve had in Key Club have to end. No matter what path you follow, you can continue making new friends, developing your leadership skills and improving your community.
Join the Key Club International alumni network and help guide future Key Clubbers. And if you’re preparing for university or college life, join or start a CKI service club at your school.
Take the next step. Check out www.keyclub.org/whatsnext for more about the Key Club alumni network and CKI, and register online for the chance to win a free iPad!*
*iPad for seniors only