From November 1-5, some random acts of kindness — complemented by thank yous to key players and members sporting the Key Club brand — made Key Club Week the best week of the year.
The week gives club members the opportunity to share their love for Key Club by doing what they do best: giving their time, talent and voice to causes important to them.
Members of the G.W. Graham Key Club in the Pacific Northwest District followed the prompts for every day of the week. Students wore their blue shirts on Monday; gave members kudos on Tuesday; shared new volunteer opportunities on Wednesday; wrote encouraging words to students on Random Acts of Kindness Day on Thursday and connected all the Key Club members on Friday.
In Tucson, Arizona, student members of the Sabino High School Key Club “showed their K” by decorating the doors of their advisors. Thank-you notes, photos and messages of appreciation hung from a door to send a heartfelt message.
Key Club members at Taunton High School Key Club in Massachusetts (pictured above) wore their favorite Key Club gear for “Show Your K Day” to spread the word about service in their community.
In Jamaica, members of the Hampton School Key Club in St. Elizabeth made custom Ks to show their Key Club pride — while members at Montego Bay High School took Kudos to Key Players to the next level, posting on social media to thank “Key Players.”
Three Key Clubs in Carter County, Tennessee, used Key Club Week to update their sponsoring Kiwanis club on their activities. The students described their service projects, including school and staff appreciation events, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF endeavors and support for the local Ronald McDonald House.
What did your club do for Key Club Week? Share your club’s story using the hashtag #KeyClubWeek. And remember, you don’t have to limit your kudos and kindness to Key Club Week!