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Take time to celebrate!

Celebrating is so important. It's a way to let club members know that you appreciate what they've done—and to show them how they have developed and how much they've accomplished. Here are five ideas for your celebration:

  • Special certificates. Recognize members at the last club meeting by presenting them with a certificate for completing a successful K-Kids club year. 
  • The year in pictures. At a club meeting, hang pictures or present a slide show of the club’s members, service projects, fundraising events and meetings. Then have members share their favorite K-Kids moments from the year.
  • ‘Hats off to...’ Cut top hats out of paper and award them to every member, with a little note on why that student deserves a “tip of the hat.” 
  • A personalized video. Create a short video that commemorates the K-Kids year, honors the officers and outgoing members, and features outgoing members giving advice to current and future members. 
  • Handwritten notes. Taking the time to handwrite your appreciation is very special to the person who receives it. As an advisor, you can make an impact by simply writing a note to K-Kids members, recognizing their hard work throughout the year.
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