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  • Order New Centennial Bag, Journal

    You’ll be set to attend the 2015 Kiwanis International convention and Centennial Celebration in style—and remember both events for years to come—with two new centennial items from the Kiwanis Store. The refillable vintage style journal features a built-in closure and debossed Kiwanis 100-year logo, and the compu-messenger bag includes a padded laptop sleeve, a cushioned tablet pocket and classic plaid lining. Order today at www.kiwanis.org/store

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  • Help Teen Become Key Leader

    Key Club members and other teens can change the world—and themselves—in just two days by attending a Key Leader weekend. They learn servant leadership, make new friends and form strategies to make their school and community better places. You also can volunteer at Key Leader events in your area and watch new leaders grow.  Check out one of these Key Leader Spring 2015 Events.

     

    February 13-15: Arizona

    March 13-15: Singapore

    March 27-29: Georgia, two California locations

    March 30-April 1: Alberta

    April 10-12: Illinois

    April 17-19: Alabama, North Carolina, Virginia

    April 24-26: Pennsylvania, Indiana, California, Michigan

    May 1-3: New York, Tennessee, New Brunswick

    May 15-17: Nevada

    May 29-31: Kansas

    Learn more at www.key-leader.org.

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  • New Centennial Items

    You’ll be set to attend the 2015 Kiwanis International convention and Centennial Celebration in style—and remember both events for years to come—with two new centennial items from the Kiwanis Store. The refillable vintage style journal features a built-in closure and debossed Kiwanis 100-year logo, and the compu-messenger bag includes a padded laptop sleeve, a cushioned tablet pocket and classic plaid lining. Order today at www.kiwanis.org/store.

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  • UNICEF, Kiwanis Witness Progress in Lao PDR

    PDR Group in Lao

    Lao People’s Democratic Republic, a landlocked country in Southeast Asia, is a success story for The Eliminate Project. A Kiwanis International delegation recently returned from Lao PDR, where they met with local volunteers and medical experts, visited schools and observed health services, including UNICEF-led vaccination campaigns.

     

    In December 2013, the World Health Organization announced that Lao PDR had successfully eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus. Lao PDR has come a long way since 2001, when it had one of the world's highest neonatal tetanus rates. Today, the socioeconomic conditions and the coverage of immunizations are improving. Check out photos and read about the trip. You can help eliminate the disease in the 24 countries where it still threatens. Give today at www.TheEliminateProject.org.

    Mother and baby in Lao

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  • Help Teen Become Key Leader

    Key Club members and other teens can change the world—and themselves—in just two days by attending a Key Leader weekend. They learn servant leadership, make new friends and form strategies to make their school and community better places. You also can volunteer at Key Leader events in your area and watch new leaders grow.  Check out one of these Key Leader Spring 2015 Events.

     

    February 13-15: Arizona

    March 13-15: Singapore

    March 27-29: Georgia, two California locations

    March 30-April 1: Alberta

    April 10-12: Illinois

    April 17-19: Alabama, North Carolina, Virginia

    April 24-26: Pennsylvania, Indiana, California, Michigan

    May 1-3: New York, Tennessee, New Brunswick

    May 15-17: Nevada

    May 29-31: Kansas

    Learn more at www.key-leader.org  

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  • The Eliminate Project in the news

    Thanks to your efforts, The Eliminate Project continues to make headlines across the world! Here are our latest mentions in the news:

    Neonatal tetanus eliminated from Bihar
    Times of India, 1/7/15

    Kiwanis International Turns 100 Years Old This Month
    High Country Press, 1/22/15


    The more publicity attracted for The Eliminate Project, the more awareness and funds Kiwanis International will be able to raise for the women and babies the project protects. Need help publicizing The Eliminate Project and your club’s fundraising and service activities to your local media? This public relations toolkit will provide everything you need.

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  • Kiwanis Visits Lao PDR

    PDR Group in Lao

    Lao People’s Democratic Republic, a landlocked country in Southeast Asia, is a success story for The Eliminate Project. A Kiwanis International delegation recently returned from Lao PDR, where they met with local volunteers and medical experts, visited schools and observed health services, including UNICEF-led vaccination campaigns.

     

    In December 2013, the World Health Organization announced that Lao PDR had successfully eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus. Lao PDR has come a long way since 2001, when it had one of the world's highest neonatal tetanus rates. Today, the socioeconomic conditions and the coverage of immunizations are improving. Check out photos and read about the trip. You can help eliminate the disease in the 24 countries where it still threatens. Give today at www.TheEliminateProject.org.

    Mother and baby in Lao

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  • Get Tips to Make Your Kiwanis One Day Video

    Kiwanis One Day, the day when all clubs participate in a community service project, will be April 4, 2015. To help your club shoot, upload and share your service project, we’re preparing a how-to video that will be ready in early March. Unsure of how to share on YouTube, Facebook or Twitter? We’ll show you how and provide instructions on the best way to record certain shots, make a quick edit and save your masterpiece for later viewing.

     

    After Kiwanis One Day, we’ll ask every Kiwanis club to share their videos on Facebook, with the hashtag #kiwanis1day, and we’ll assemble a montage to play at convention. Start your planning now at www.kiwanis.org/kiwanisone/serve/kiwanis-one-day

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  • Shoot Your Kiwanis One Day Video

    Kiwanis One Day, the day when all clubs participate in a community service project, will be April 4, 2015. To help your club shoot, upload and share your service project, we’re preparing a how-to video that will be ready in early March. Unsure of how to share on YouTube, Facebook or Twitter? We’ll show you how and provide instructions on the best way to record certain shots, make a quick edit and save your masterpiece for later viewing.

     

    After Kiwanis One Day, we’ll ask every Kiwanis club to share their videos on Facebook, with the hashtag #kiwanis1day, and we’ll assemble a montage to play at convention. Start your planning now at www.kiwanis.org/kiwanisone/serve/kiwanis-one-day

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  • Get Your First Look at the Convention Schedule

    Prep for the 100th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Indianapolis with this at-a-glance schedule preview, subject to change. Get updates when you sign up to receive convention news:

     

    Every day. Get fit with yoga and runs/walks on Cultural Trail. Tour the Kiwanis International home office and the Kiwanis World Showcase (formerly Exhibit Hall).

    Wednesday, June 24. Get on track at pre-convention workshops, attend the Service Leadership Programs Conference and network at happy hour.

    Thursday, June 25. Get educated at 30-minute round robins, watch the Panc-A-Tron at the Monumental Pancake Lunch and experience the opening and The Eliminate Project celebrations.

    Friday, June 26. Have breakfast with the Kiwanis family, get down to business and explore Indy before the Birthday Bash on Georgia Street and Fireworks Night at Victory Field.

    Saturday, June 27. Dedicate the Kiwanis Playground, exchange ideas TED-style and wrap up the 100th at the Up With People concert and Next Century Ball.

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