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  • Winning strategy

    What happened when the Key Club of Colebrook Academy in New Hampshire created games to build kids’ self-esteem? Fun, excitement and pride.The Key Club of Colebrook Academy in New Hampshire had some fun with Key Club’s Service Initiative, Live 2 Learn—and they helped kids learn along the way. First, club members played around with some ideas. Then they decided to produce educational games, says Heather Hibbard, immediate past president of the ...

  • A taste of hunger, a taste of the real world

    The Key Club of Southeast High School in Bradenton, Florida, treats guests to dinner in the third world.In life, Mary DeLazzer fed the hungry for more than 20 years at Our Daily Bread, a soup kitchen in Bradenton, Florida. After she died in a tragic accident, the Key Club of Southeast High School, Bradenton, took up the cause and raised $2,700 for Our Daily Bread, as well ...

  • Back to school

    The Sa Pa school as it looks now.

    The Rocky Mountain District of Key Club is at it again. After holding countless bake sales, dog washes, lollipop sales and spaghetti dinners to raise more than $40,000 to build a school in Vietnam a few years ago, the Key Clubbers discovered a new way to help Vietnamese kids. Once ...

  • Bowling for breath

    The KIWIN’S Club of St. Lucy’s High School in California, bowls for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. This past year, the club partnered with a restaurant to raise almost $5,000.A family connection and lots of fun keep the KIWIN’S Club of St. Lucy’s High School in California bowling for breath.

    The club began participating in the Cystic Fibrosis Bowl for Breath in the 2005–06 school year under past president Britney Blackburn, says club president Isbella Diaz. Blackburn’s family already ...

  • House of honor

    Jesuit Key Club of Tampa senior Trey Warnock and junior Charlie Kutt move an interior wall into place at the club’s Habitat for Humanity project to honor a sponsor’s late wife. Their club built a new house for a family with children.By now, most people know about Habitat for Humanity and the good it does for families who need homes. One Key Club took a Habitat project to a whole new level.

    “In July of last year, our friend and thengovernor-elect of the Kiwanis Florida District, David Liddell, suddenly lost his ...

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