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What's new in the kit?

In this year’s K-Kids program kit, you’ll find a few new or refreshed items that will help you support your club. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the new items:

Advisor guide. This tool is filled with information and tips on how to support a K-Kids club, including a calendar checklist, service and fundraising project ideas and much more. The kit will contain two copies, one each for the faculty and Kiwanis advisor. Guides are also available as a free download online.
Member buttons. The buttons will have a more traditional design this year. Each Kiwanis service leadership program will have a similar look and will be a better representation of the Kiwanis family.
Poster. The poster will feature the club’s pledge. Hopefully, this will help your members build pride in their club.
Family service project. This project—which is part of this year’s “Seeds of Service” theme—is something club members can take home and participate in with their families. As part of it, club members will plant and grow vegetables, so it might be best to distribute this activity in the spring.
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