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  • Amendments, resolution results announced

    Convened at the 99th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Japan, the House of Delegates approved a bylaws amendment that will establish stronger disciplinary provisions to help protect the organization and the youth it serves.

    Delegates also adopted a resolution directing the Kiwanis International Board to investigate the use of online ...

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  • Foundation gifts help SLPs

    At the Kiwanis International Foundation, we believe in supporting our own family. And every year, we work toward making grants to Kiwanis' Service Leadership Programs.
     
    It’s your help that makes the successes of Key Leader, Aktion Club and Circle K International possible. Grants approved in February 2014 helped ...

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  • Convention rich with culture

    The 99th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Japan was filled with cultural attractions, entertainment, education centers, speakers and the business of electing new leaders and voting on the future of the organization. Members tasted tea in a traditional ceremony, listened to orchestral music and folded paper cranes and flowers during ...

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  • KC takes on the OC

    More than 1,700 Key Club members from across North America and beyond met, learned and played in sunny Anaheim-Orange County, California, for the 71st Annual Key Club International Convention. Attendees gained inspiration from actor and activist Chris Bashinelli, Social Excellence Project co-founder Matt Mattson and “life architect” Louise Ashby.
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  • Centennial Tour for 100th anniversary

    The Kiwanis Centennial Tour, led by Kiwanis International President John R. Button, M.D., will visit 12 districts to celebrate Kiwanis' 100th anniversary in 2015. Participants will also leave a legacy of service to children through some special playground builds.
     
    Currently planned stops in 2015 include:
     
    Seattle, Washington: February ...

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  • Interested in joining Kiwanis?

    Ready to change the world? Kiwanis is ready for you! Locate a Kiwanis club in your area. Reach out, learn more and get involved. Contact a club member or officer and let them know you’d like to learn more. After all, new members bring fresh energy and ideas to Kiwanis clubs. Together, ...

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  • Disover how you can stay connected with Key Club Alumni

    Get more from your membership. Strengthen your engagement with Key Club Alumni by liking our Facebook page and following us on Twitter.  
        
    Each social-media site is a great way to stay connected and communicate with other alumni.

    - Share your favorite stories and tell us how ...

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  • Great practice for real life

    As a teen in Lansing, Illinois, Dr. Flora Reichanadter joined the Key Club of Thornton Fractional South High School because they shot off the cannon at the school’s football games. “I thought, ‘They’ve got a cannon! That’s super-cool,’” she says.

    Reichanadter joined for the spectacle, but she stayed for the service. And that gave ...

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  • Let the world know about MNT

    You can’t turn away once you’ve seen the faces of the women and babies who are still vulnerable to maternal and neonatal tetanus. Learn about their plight—and see the Kiwanis successes in the latest video for The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus.
     
    Watch Let the World ...

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  • Order new T-shirt design for Aktion Club

    There’s no better way to spread the word about Kiwanis’ program for adults with disabilities than by proudly sporting a T-shirt designed by an Aktion Club member.
     
    Thanks to Courtney Gideon, Aktion Club’s T-shirt has a new design for this year. A member of Aktion Club of Atlantic City, ...

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  • Alumni celebrate in Anaheim

    There were Key Club alumni and Circle K alumni. There were recent graduates and seasoned alumni. During the alumni reception at Fire+Ice in Anaheim, everyone took the opportunity to enjoy interesting conversation and delicious food—and to discuss both the good times in the past and prospects for the future.

    The July 5th  event was ...

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  • Alumni come together in Nashville

    On June 21, more than 50 Key Club and Circle K Alumni came from around the country to be part of the alumni reception in Nashville, Tennessee, during the Circle K International Convention. We were excited to have a great turnout, which led to some wonderful conversation and a chance ...

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  • CKI turns Music City into “Service City”

    They came. They served. They made a positive impact. And by the time nearly 350 CKI members and administrators left Nashville, they had left a positive, lasting mark on the community.

    Nearly 350 CKI members and administrators, representing 206 CKI clubs, celebrated at CKIx from June 17–22. CKIx is a six-day experience that combines ...

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  • All about Anaheim

    In Anaheim, California, nearly 1,700 Key Club members gathered for the 71st Annual Key Club International Convention. Key Club International conventions tend to be  jam-packed events, with attendees gaining new experiences, ideas and memories.

    Among the many events and activities, members had opportunities to:
    • Share innovative service project and ...

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  • Party where we started: Detroit

    Celebrate Kiwanis’ 100th anniversary where it all began with the Detroit No. 1 Club! You are invited to an exclusive celebration January 23–24, 2015, which includes a dash of history, some service and a celebration dinner hosted by 2014–2015 Kiwanis International President-elect Dr. John Button.
     
    Get your tickets now for the Friday dessert ...

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  • Another country eliminates MNT

    UNICEF and its global partners continue the march to save women and their future babies from maternal and neonatal tetanus, thanks in part to the efforts of Kiwanis members. In June, the World Health Organization declared Madagascar free of maternal and neonatal tetanus, based on a validation survey.
     
    Kiwanis ...

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  • See latest foundation grants

    At its February 2014 board meeting, the Kiwanis International Foundation board approved 27 new grants, totaling US$582,836.
     
    This newest round of grants focused on six key areas: Service Leadership Programs, housing, children's homes, education, health nutrition and play areas. Thanks to these grants, children in New Jersey and Ohio ...

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  • Kiwanis celebrates The Eliminate Project progress

    The Kiwanis family rallied together to celebrate the district and worldwide progress of The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus during Worldwide Report Day on July 1.

    Team members, supporters and partners from all over the world tuned in for Worldwide Report Day, including UNICEF leaders. “I am thrilled that ...

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  • Connelly recipient saves boy from drowning

    The Kiwanis International Foundation awards the Robert P. Connelly Medal of Heroism to an individual who has risked or given their life to save someone else. The 2014 recipient of the award is Shun Gen, who saved a boy from drowning.
     
    The Robert P. Connelly medal has honored ...

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  • Doodle for 100th anniversary

    Google is where we go to find answers. And Kiwanis has been providing answers to the problems children face for nearly a century. You can help tell everyone about Kiwanis’ 100th anniversary on January 21, 2015, when you submit a Google doodle!
     
    Google doodles are the fun, surprising, and sometimes spontaneous changes ...

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