Where was the first Key Club located?
The month and year the first Key Club was established.
Vocational guidance to high school students
Why Key Club began?
“Caring…our way of life”
The Key Club motto
“I pledge, on my honor, to uphold the objects of Key Club International, to build my home, school, and community, to serve my nation and God, and to combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.”
The Key Club pledge
First full week of November
Key Club week
Blue-unwavering character, gold-service, and white-purity
Colors and symbolization of Key Club
This is the number of divisions in New Jersey
New Jersey Kiwanis District Governor
The highest position Werfel held in Kiwanis
Kiwanis, Circle-K, Key Club, Builder’s Club, K-Kids, and Atkion Club
Int’l President, Int’l Vice-President, 11 Int’l Trustees, Distritct Governor, District Secretary, District Treasurer, District Editor, 21 Lieutenant Governors, Club Presidents, Club Vice-Presidents, Club Treasurers, Club Editors, General Members
Official publication of the New Jersey District
Children’s Specialized Hospital
2009-2010 New Jersey District project
Live 2 Learn
Key Club Int’l’s major emphasis program focusing on education and childhood development for 5-9 year olds
Where Int’l convention is being held for 2010.
Kiwanis Educates Youth
What Key Club stands for
Where “key” in Key Club originated from before Kiwanis made “Key” an acronym, which described the prominent boys in the school community.
What is speaking on behalf of those who cannot speak for themselves?
Valley Forge Convention Center in King-of-Prussia, Pensylvania
Where 2010 District Convention is being held
“Traveling the World of Service”
The theme of 2010 District Convention
The deadline of dues
The amount of club members for a Key Club to exist.
Leadership, Inclusiveness, Caring, and Character Building
Four core values of Key Club
District Governor of Kiwanis
Karen Ann Conway
District Governor of Circle-K
International Trustee from the New Jersey District