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  • Key Leader Grad honored as Outstanding Cadet in all of Canada

    Congratulations to LUCAS EMERY, a Key Leader grad from 2013 and 2014 at Camp Argonaut in Gagetown, New Brunswick. Lucas was just named the outstanding Cadet in all of Canada. He lives in New Maryland, New Brunswick and is in 12th grade at Fredericton High School. In his application to be a Student Facilitator last year, Lucas wrote, in part, "Being a Student Facilitator would be an amazing opportunity for me to further improve my leadership skills, and help improve the skills of others as well. The world needs Key Leaders, and I would like to bring them to the forefront of society." Well said, Lucas, and way to go!!!

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  • Follow CKI guide to Valentine's Day Fun(raisers)

    Love is in the air; can you feel it? Valentine’s Day is on the way, a perfect time to show your love for others while saving lives. Circle K International on campuses worldwide will again host Show Your Love, Save a Life events for The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal-neonatal tetanus.

    Use the guide at to plan events or create projects. Enlist the help of your Kiwanis friends, too; they’ll love the chance to show their love for CKI and The Eliminate Project.

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  • Nominate a deserving friend

    Bestow a HALO when you nominate a deserving member of your club for a Teen Nick HALO Award, presented by Kiwanis Vision Partner Nickelodeon. HALO Effect honorees Help And Lead Others when they serve and motivate others to serve. They:

    ● Have unique personal stories that inspire them to make a community impact
    ● Perform service such as working with big organizations with global concerns and starting their own groups to serve locally

    Each month, TeenNick will name a HALO honoree and give a US$5,000 grant to the charitable organization of the winner’s choice. Visit to nominate someone from your club today!

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  • Kiwanis visits Loa People's Democratic Republic

    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

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