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Don't miss out on K-Kids contests

Congratulations to K-Kids at Walker Elementary in the Missouri-Arkansas District for winning the Best Poster for a Cause! The club was awarded a US$100 shopping spree to Kiwanis Warehouse.

This month, K-Kids accepted entries and votes for the Best Speech or Oral Report. A winner will be announced at the end of this month and awarded a US$100 shopping spree to Kiwanis Warehouse, a premier online wholesale distributor.

Interested in more contests? Here’s what’s coming up:

Best Scrapbook (either online or hard copy): Due April 1
K-Kids club members can highlight their club and their accomplishments by creating a scrapbook. Scrapbooks must be divided into the following sections:

    1. Heart to serve
        Share photos of club members displaying their passion to help
        others.

    2. Call to lead
        Share your most successful service project. Include two to
        three sentences about each of the following: Explain the need
        your club discovered. Explain the plan to help. Share photos
        of the service project in progress. Explain the impact of the
        project (Example: We collected books for 100 people). Share
        what club members learned.

    3. Courage to engage
        Share a fundraising project your club conducted to earn funds
        to address a cause. Share an advocacy campaign your club lead
        to engage others in a cause. A cause your club educated others
        about.

For more information, view the complete rules.

Annual Achievement Report: Due April 1
K-Kids club members can complete this online form with the help of club advisors. This is a self-scoring report that shares which activities the club accomplished. Points are earned for each activity the club has completed. The more activities clubs conducts, the more points they earn. Depending on the number of points earned the club will be honored as a Distinguished Club or an Honor Club.
  • 15 points or more = Distinguished Club
  • 10 - 14 points = Honor Club
A banner patch is mailed to the club faculty advisor the following September.

Leadership Award: Due April 1
The Kiwanis Children’s Fund’s Leadership Award recognizes outstanding K-Kids leaders. K-Kids faculty and Kiwanis advisors are encouraged to nominate club members who demonstrate outstanding leadership skills. One award recipient is honored within each Kiwanis district. Award recipients receive a US$100 gift card and medallion.
Nominations are to be submitted to your district administrator, who judges club submissions, selects the winning entry, and scans and emails the winning entry to Kiwanis International’s lpyron@kiwanis.org by April 15. Find your district administrator by contacting lpyron@kiwanis.org.

Best Club Impact Video Contest: Entries accepted April 3-14
Share how your club is making a difference by entering the best impact video contest. An advisor or a club member films the club completing a service project using his or her smartphone and uploads a 2 minute for viewing. For more information, view the complete rules.
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