LEGION OF MERIT - NEW ENGLAND PROGRAM! - Recognize members for their years of service in your club. Much like the Legion of Honor program, which recognizes members of 25 or more years of service, the new Legion of Merit program recognizes 5, 10, 15 and 20 years of service.
SUBMIT YOUR PROJECTS - What is your club doing that WORKS in your community? Share your ideas and successes, and we'll share them with Kiwanians everywhere. Be PROUD of what you are doing by sharing the great ideas. Your project might inspire another club to do the same!
The Objects of Kiwanis International - The six permanent Objects of Kiwanis International were approved by Kiwanis club delegates at the 1924 Convention in Denver, Colorado. Through the succeeding decades, they have remained unchanged.
Standard Club Bylaws(As amended October 2012) - This is a template for creating your club bylaws and is found on the Kiwanis International website.
Youth Protection Policy (Adopted April 5, 2014, Amended August 22, 2014) - This policy seeks to ensure safety by establishing clear rules governing the relationships and interactions between adult Kiwanis Club members and non-member adult volunteers and the children, youth, and adults with disabilities with whom we interact.
SUBMIT YOUR FUNDRAISERS - What is your club doing that WORKS in your community? Share your ideas and successes, and we'll share them with Kiwanians everywhere. Be PROUD of what you are doing by sharing the great ideas. Your idea might inspire another club to do the same!
Regular newsletters are a great way to inform and engage members. This contest is meant to recognize those clubs that do a great job! Yankiwanian editor, Sharon Binette will be the judge, and even offer suggestions if asked!
LEGION OF MERIT
District Education Chair, Tim McMahon has created educational slides that can be used at club meetings. You can download any of these PowerPoint presentations for a club or divisional meetings. > Get Slides Here