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KI Pres. Alan Penn January Message

On to New Orleans: June 28 - July 1, 2012

Come be a part of the big crowd that’s expected in New Orleans for convention! Experience the workshops, entertainment, business and celebration of 25 years of women in Kiwanis. Together, let’s recognize our successes and make plans for the future.

In New Orleans, jazz fills the streets, mingling with the aroma of hot beignets. Pralines stick in your teeth as you watch the riverboats paddle by. It’s sensory overload in this little corner of the American South that’s big on European flavor. It’s a place like no other. It’s New Orleans. And you’re different here. more

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  • Gov. Jeffrey's Msg
  • New Key Club Pub
  • K-Kids
  • Key Club Wraps
  • Trees Donated

Gov. Jeffrey's Message

by Gov. Jeffrey Wolff

The first word in the Kiwanis slogan "Serving the Children of the World" is the focus of my message this month....service. In 1915, Kiwanis was founded as an organization dedicated to providing service to communities everywhere and to this day, most of our clubs still honor that commitment.  However, the way in which clubs "serve" varies greatly from club to club.   Service to the community can be defined as raising funds and donating them to a shelter for the homeless or sponsorship of a Builders Club that cleans up a local park. It can be defined as providing scholarships to help local high school students afford college, having its members serve dinner to residents of a Ronald McDonald House or honoring the town sheriff at a banquet dinner.   These are all things that Kiwanis clubs everywhere do to serve their communities...more 


"Capital Key": New Online Pub from Capital District Key Club

by Joe Stankus, Key Club Administrator

Below is the link to the second edition of the Capital Key. This is the District publication for Key Club put together by the student serving as District Editor. The new layout is magazine-style, and it's very impressive. ...more

Rehoboth Elementary School K-Kids Get Ready for Spring

by Rosemary Cummings

At the beginning of the school year, the Rehoboth ES Principal Mrs. Mumford gave the two Coastal DE Kiwanis Advisors a new project for the RES K-Kids. They could plant a garden at the bus stop so flowers would greet the students in Spring when they arrived each morning. ...more


Key Clubbers Help with Suburban Frederick Gift Wrap

by Dave Maloney

Recently Kiwanis Key Club members from Tuscarora High School assisted the Kiwanis Club of Suburban Frederick at the FSK Mall during the Kiwanis annual giftwrap charity fundraiser. (L to R) Yash Mehta, Key Club Lt. Gov. Stephanie Feinberg and Praneet Puppala wrap gifts for customers Steven Bentley, Stephanie Ball, Jessica Bentley, Katlyn Bentley and Ericka Ball.

Mount Vernon Club Gives Free Christmas Trees to Army Wives

by Paul Mehler

Three Army Wives received free Christmas Trees from Mount Vernon Kiwanis as part of its annual Christmas Tree Sale. Each has their husband serving in Afghanistan....more

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