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Live Stream for Ice Cream

UPDATE: (July 14, 2014)

The winners of our “Live stream for ice cream” contest are: 

  • Eastern Wayne High School (Carolinas District)
  • El Camino Real Charter High School (California-Nevada-Hawaii District)
  • Union High School (New Jersey District)

Congratulations! Winning clubs will receive their ice cream party kits in the mail next month.

Live stream for ice cream!

Just because you aren't in Anaheim for the Key Club International convention doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all of the excitement! This year, we will again be live streaming each of the convention’s three general sessions. During each session, we will randomly select one Key Club member to win a back-to-school ice cream social for their club.

To enter, post a comment to the YouTube page broadcasting the live stream with the following information:

  • Your school name, city and state/province.
  • A favorite Key Club memory of yours from the past year.

Here are the times and URL's to each of the broadcasts:

Winning Key Clubs must be in good standing. Participants do not have to be current Key Club members, but the ice cream party would go to the Key Club that was specified in the comment made on YouTube. 

The winning clubs will be announced on July 14 via a post-convention email which will be sent to all current members* and a post from Key Club’s official Facebook account.

The 3 winning clubs will be sent an ice cream party kit along with a US$25 Visa gift card to buy the ice cream and any additional supplies. The kits will be sent out in early August unless otherwise requested by the winning clubs.

Watch now!

*The Key Club weekly email is sent out to all Key Club members and adult volunteers who have provided Key Club International with their email addresses. If you have yet to receive the weekly emails, which are sent on Mondays from August until May, sign up at Or talk to your faculty advisor to make sure your email address is up to date in the Membership Update Center.

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