Key Club is the high school branch of Kiwanis and the largest youth service organization in the world. Our members are provided with the ability to serve, build character, and develop leadership skills. We love serving others, and if you do too come and join us! We meet on Sunday afternoon twice a month from 1:00-3:00 at Noodles & Company East (week and location can vary due to service projects, etc. , please confirm location via our calendar). For more information you can contact our President, Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org, or our Key Club Faculty Advisor, Vanessa McClary 812.327.8575.
Meetings usually (can vary due to service projects) take place the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at Noodles & Company East.
For information concerning meeting specifics, please email Nicole Perry at email@example.com
IU FOOTBALL CONCESSIONS!!!!!
Do you like food? Do you like to volunteer? Do you like to have FUN?
Well, be sure to sign up to volunteer for the IU Football Game concessions with the SCI Kiwanis Club and Bloomington Key Club.
This is a great way to get involved in the club. It is also a very fun way to sharpen people skills and experience a football game from behind the scenes.
Working concessions will allow our local club to raise moneyyyy!!! WOO HOO! Exact times and details are communicated a week or so before a scheduled game.
Why? Key Club of Bloomington will have a booth at the fair on September 10, 2016 to help spread the word about Key Club throughout the community. We will also be giving out JUMBO safety coloring books!
The event last year featured inter-active booths, entertainment, door prizes and MORE! We hope to see you there!
Note: The 2016 event will be held at the Monroe County Fairgrounds during the Kiwanis Balloon Fest that kicks off Friday, September 9, 2013!
A few years ago year we were able to raise a total of $336.87 for Unicef, meaning that we were able to save about 187 babies. This is absolutely outstanding! We received $85.60 going trick-or-treating for Unicef, then Vanessa took a box to her work and was able to get a substantial amount of money which ended up being $202.50 (this is absolutely great, and we really thank those people!). And finally at our Key Club meeting our members donated an additional $48.72 to Unicef. Great job on Unicef guys, and lets try to do even better this year!
Operation Christmas Child helps under privileged children around the world by giving them gifts in a simple shoebox. Since 1993 over 85 million boxes have been sent to kids around the globe. To make a box all it takes is four easy steps. 1- get a shobox and wrap it 2- pick an age group and gender 3- fill with gifts 4- drop off at location. We ask that everyone try to make at least one box for Operation Christmas child and bring it to our next meeting on Novemember 13th.
Ask everyone that you know to collect pop tabs for our Key Club of Bloomington! We will submit all of our pop tabs at the SCI Kiwanis Children's Health & Safety Family FUN! Fair on Saturday, September 10, 2016. The organization that turns in the most pop tabs will get to keep the traveling trophy for one year. Let's go for the trophy this year. We Can Do It!!!