Category

Featured

Key Club

November is Kiwanis Family Month! This week, we have been showcasing the different branches.

Key Club is the Kiwanis Branch for High School students! Key Club allows for High School students to use love and passion for service to serve their home, school, and community. Key Club teaches you how to be a leader by becoming officers in there clubs themselves.

If you’d like to get involved with your local K-Family clubs, reach out the Alumni and Kiwanis Family Relations Committee Chair, Alaina Hinkley at alaina.hinkley@nycirclek.org for more information!

Service Spotlight: Hofstra University

Each week, we recognize awesome service projects that clubs are doing around the district. Interested in getting your project featured? Make sure your club secretary notes it on the monthly report form! This week features Hofstra University Circle K’s in-house service project! Hear more from the club:

“One of our amazing service events was to make no slip puffy paint socks for our local children’s hospital. It was an awesome opportunity to get creative and do some service at the same time. We hope the kids enjoy the socks as much as we did making them!”

K-Kids + Builders Club

November is Kiwanis Family Month! This week, we will be showcasing the different branches.

K-Kids is part of the Kiwanis Family for children in Elementary School! K-Kid’s mission is to service the community, build character, and develop the leadership skills of our generations youth. Being a K-Kid lays the foundation for strong workers and community members who will one day be leaders of society!

Builders Club is the Kiwanis Branch for Middle schoolers! Being in Builders Club means you are developing Builder’s Club helps student’s maneuver through this transition stage of life by encouraging individuality, teamwork, and taking action all while participating in service events such as recycling and HIV/AIDS prevention.

If you’d like to get involved with your local K-Family clubs, reach out to the Alumni and Kiwanis Family Relations Committee Chair, Alaina Hinkley at alaina.hinkley@nycirclek.org for more information!

Service Spotlight: University at Buffalo

On October 20th, UB Circle K hosted, Buffalo International Day Of Service where over 70 Circle K’ers from all over the district came to Buffalo for a day of service and fellowship. Circle K members started off the day volunteering at organizations throughout the Buffalo area from cleaning a SWAMP to raking leaves and even gardening. Later in the day, everyone got together for some BBQ food and fellowship activities. Circle K members spent the evening making candy apples, painting pumpkins, followed by some service projects benefiting the local area. Thank you to everyone who participated and stay tuned for next year!