Hello, PNW Key Clubbers!
Can you believe that we only have about a month left of school? I know that many of us are probably finishing up AP Exams and you should be so proud of yourself for all the commitment you’ve displayed to your schools and communities. Moving on from the topic of school, summer is right around the corner, and I cannot wait to see what exceptional service our district-wide Key Clubs partake in during the summer months.
I am beyond proud of all that our district has accomplished this past service year. It is fair to say that the PNW has reached new heights in service and leadership, which would not have been possible without the amazing support and generosity of our Kiwanis family volunteers. If you have not yet done so, you should consider reaching out to your sponsoring Kiwanis Club and begin to strengthen relations with them. Kiwanis clubs have so much to offer to our Key Clubs, and they continue to shape our organization.
In my home club, I have gratefully had the opportunity to see first-hand the positive impact a Kiwanis advisor can have on a club. Not only do Kiwanis advisors provide our clubs with support and structure, but they also provide clubs with external opportunities, community connections, and one-on-one guidance. Our Kiwanis advisors volunteer their time each week by attending weekly club meetings to help ensure Key Club’s legacy. Their long-term dedication to this organization truly shines through, and as Key Clubbers, it is vital that we reflect upon their contributions to our clubs through recognition and appreciation for all the work they do behind the scenes. If you aren’t sure what the key roles of your Kiwanis advisor are, I’d recommend that you check out the Key Club advisor guide below.
If you have any questions, concerns, or ideas, please never hesitate to contact me at email@example.com or through Instagram @_nola.grace_. I hope to be a resource for you this year!