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K-Kids is the service component of the Kiwanis Kids program. K-Kids clubs provide elementary school students with their first opportunity to learn about organizing projects that help others.
Builders Club - We Support Two Middle School Clubs
Builders Club provides students with opportunities to develop leadership, improve self-esteem, increase civic engagement and learn life skills through service. Builders Club empowers middle school students to be themselves, work together with friends and implement plans through action and become leaders at school, in their community and in the world. Currenly we have clubs at West Middle School and a new club at South West Middle School.
Key Club - Our Goal Is To Re-Activate the Central High Club
Key Club International, the oldest and largest service leadership organization for teens, teaches leadership through service to others. Members make a difference in their communities and the world, organizing a variety of service projects, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district and international levels. Key Club encourages volunteering and fundraising for partners March of Dimes, UNICEF and the Children’s Miracle Network. Key Club members are currently raising funds for The Eliminate Project, a joint effort of the Kiwanis family and UNICEF to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus from the face of the Earth.
Circle K - We Work With the School of Mines Club
Circle K International, is the largest university service leadership organization in the world, performs half a million hours of service each year. CKI clubs are organized on a university campus and sponsored by a local Kiwanis club. A self-governing organization, CKI clubs elect their own officers, conduct their own meetings and determine their own service activities. CKI blends community service and leadership training with the opportunity to meet other students. In addition to raising funds for The Eliminate Project, CKI clubs participate in the annual March of Dimes March for Babies, organize food drives for Students Team Up to Fight Hunger (STUFH) and co-sponsor K-Kids and Builders Clubs.
Aktion Club allows adults living with disabilities to participate in community service projects, gain leadership skills and become more involved in society. The mission of Aktion Club is: to provide adults living with disabilities an opportunity to develop initiative and leadership skills; to serve their community; to be integrated into society; to demonstrate the dignity and value of citizens living with disabilities.