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  • Calling Key Club and Circle K International Alumni!

    Class reunions and social media help you stay close to high school and college friends when you go your separate ways. But what about pals from Key Club and Circle K International and all those projects you sweat over together? Graduation doesn’t mean an end to serving.

    With the Key Club and CKI Alumni Associations, you have a great way to stay engaged. It’s easy to join, and it’s free. Just go to the alumni association website and begin to reconnect. Let folks know what you’ve been up to, and see what’s been happening since you left. If you have a story about how your Key Club or Circle K International experience let you to work with Key Leader, please share your story.

    Of course, you can help spread the word too. If you know any alumni, send them this link and encourage them to sign up today: www.kiwanis.org/alumni.

    Want to learn more about the all-new alumni associations? Join Kiwanis for the following free webinars: 

    February 17: CKI Alumni Association: The Place to Belong after Graduation

    March 24: Key Club International Alumni: The Place to Belong after Graduation

    April 21: Alumni Associations 101: Growing the Kiwanis Family through Reconnecting

    Webinars are live at 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, and all you have to do is register at www.KiwanisOne.org/webinars. They’re also archived online to watch later.

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  • Key Leader in Grand Cayman

    Key Leader held its fourth Key Leader at St. Ignatius School on Grand Cayman Island, October 22-24, 2010.  One participant said that she enjoyed “meeting new people with similar interests and learning about leading.”

    The program in Cayman Islands is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman as one of their major outreach programs each year.  The program is taught in English, but is different than other events in North America because the Cayman Islands are comprised of three separate islands—two of them with a sizeable population.  Together the islands are a part of the British West Indies!  Students from Cayman Brac fly into Grand Cayman for the Key Leader event.  In order to support this expense, plus the cost of the weekend, the Kiwanis club works with the local business community to raise sponsorships for underwrite the entire event.  Every student is asked to pay a small registration fee to increase each family’s support and commitment to the program.

    Members of the local club work hard in the marketing and logistics of the event, just like other Key Leader weekends.  The difference here again is that the one club does it all!!  In addition, they conduct the challenge course activities on Saturday afternoon of the event.  Local club members are being trained in the Key Leader curriculum to conduct future events.

    Students have enthusiastically supported Key Leader during these last four years, many of them are also active Key Club members.  “I like doing the activities and meeting new friends, and also hanging around in groups with friends.”

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