Hello, CNH Circle K!
Kiwanis Family Chair Andrew Tom has requested me to share a Key Club perspective on Kiwanis Family relations, and I would be more than happy to oblige. I hope that from reading this post, you will all have better insight from the vision and perspective of one Key Club member, and use this knowledge to influence others.
In Key Club, the Kiwanis Family & Foundation, or KFF, Committee focuses on educating Key Club members throughout the California-Nevada-Hawaii, or CNH, District regarding the Kiwanis Family and our CNH Foundation. As KFF Chair, I serve alongside nine other Lt. Governors and we are guided by a committee mentor, a Kiwanian. As a committee, we are all devoted to serving the 46,000 Key Club members across California, Nevada, and Hawaii. As Chair, my duty with the committee revolves in providing tools and resources to promote strong relations with each level and program within the District and International Kiwanis Family and the CNH Foundation for the Key Club members. The committee also assists the members with strengthening the Kiwanis Family through effective marketing and branding of the organization. The committee has accomplished these by creating and presenting numerous publications relating to the Kiwanis Family and its projects, such as the Pediatric Trauma Program, the Eliminate Project, Co-sponsorships, and much more.
Some examples are provided here:
SLP Quick Reference: http://www.cnhkeyclub.org/downloads/Resources/Chartering/Publication_KiwanisSLPs_1213.pdf
SLP Directory: http://www.cnhkeyclub.org/downloads/Resources/Chartering/Publication_SLPDirectory_1213.pdf
As KFF Chair, what I strive to do with the committee is strengthening Kiwanis Family relationships across all of our branches, one step at a time. How can Circle K help me reach this goal? Simply find opportunities to serve with Key Club members in your community! As members of Circle K, I feel that it would be great for you all to establish relationships with Key Club members. Not only do I feel that the age gap may be deemed more mature in comparison to other branches, I also feel it would be beneficial for Key Club to learn from Circle K. Circle K members are college students, individuals who have gone through the college application process, the college life, and are progressing towards adulthood and so much more. It would be enlightening for Key Club members to hear about and witness these experiences firsthand and be able to envision what their future in college could look like. Perhaps in the future, Circle K and Key Club could more actively serve with Builders Clubs and Kiwanis Kids as well?
I personally would love to hear all about the Circle K experience and how they feel about serving, and serving with, Key Club members! If any of you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to contact me at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you all for reading!
In service and friendship, James Chen
CNH Key Club Kiwanis Family and Foundation Chair
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