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  • 3 service project ideas for Valentine's Day

    Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but there’s still plenty of time for your club to participate in the holiday festivities. Check out the three ideas below for three fun service projects, two of which can double as awesome club fundraisers, too.

    1. Roses are red, violets are blue…...

  • Icebreaker: Dreaming of a small house in the city

    Look to your left. Look to your right. If you see a stack of paper plates and a box of markers, we have the perfect icebreaker for you.

    Icebreaker: Dreaming of a small house in the city

    People: 5+ participants and 1 facilitator

    Materials: A white paper plate (without plastic ...

  • Chinese New Year: Year of the Horse

    Many of us are familiar with Western astrology. If someone asks what our sign is, we probably know whether we’re a Gemini, Capricorn, Scorpio or another of the twelve zodiac signs. But you may not be as familiar with a different type of zodiac: the Chinese zodiac. The end of ...


    Download the Key Club International Board meeting agenda for the February 2014 meeting in Anaheim, California.

  • New Key Club merch. ‘Nuff said.

    We know you love your black beanie with that bold white font on the front, but wouldn't you want an awesome Key Club beanie as well? We have just that—and a bunch of other new items—in the store!

    Here are some of the awesome things you might not have seen ...

  • Need money for Key Club events?

    No worries, Key Club has you covered with its Key Club event sponsorship toolkit. It has everything from a sample powerpoint presentation to fundraising guides and thank you letters to help offset the cost of attending district and international events.

    As a Key Club member, you have opportunities to ...

  • Ready to grow? Learn? Take a risk?

     Are you ready for an experience of a lifetime at Key Leader?

    Key Leader is a weekend experience full of leadership, growth, personal development, fun and friends. It’s open to everyone—including you! Key Leader combines hands-on learning, group interaction and focused discussions to help you develop as a leader and ...

  • Thinking about being a Key Club officer?

    Running for an elected officer position is a pretty big deal, but if you think you’re ready for the challenge, don’t hold yourself back. Like the saying goes, you miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take. Here are a few more words of wisdom to consider when running ...

  • Icebreakers (Hollywood Game Night edition)

    Take a cue from TV series “Hollywood Game Night” and adapt some of its fun games and great icebreakers for your club meetings. Each game listed below is one played during the show—and already has been made to work for your club.

    Note: Most of the games work best if ...

  • Don’t stop recruitin’

    We’re halfway through the school year, but that doesn’t mean that you should stop recruiting new members. One regret many Key Clubbers have is that they didn’t join sooner. Here are three simple ways to give them the opportunity to join.

    1. Do what we do best: serve

    Big school-wide ...

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