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Show off your K-Kids through contests

Know some creative club members who enjoy writing stories? Encourage them to script a speech, write an essay or use their artistic abilities to create a poster. If you’re more interested in promoting collaboration among club members, suggest that they work together to create a picture book, put together a scrapbook or write a detailed account of what they consider the club’s best single service project.

This year’s contest themes ask K-Kids members to look inward. Students will reflect on how they affect others. Themes focus on empathy, caring, inclusiveness, leadership, character building and happiness.

Here is the current contest booklet and themes for the 2015-16 year. Check out the contest entry and recognition process for more information about how contests are judged and recognition is given. Share examples of last year's contest winners to give K-Kids members ideas and to get them excited about participating.
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