The deadline for submitting artwork has been extended to April 15, 2014
Kiwanis International President Gunter Gasser is enlisting the help of Kiwanis youth of all ages and abilities to create artwork interpreting the phrase “bridge to the future.” He has asked all Kiwanis Districts to collect the drawings or paintings, and forward them to the KI office in Indianapolis. We will then display and sell the artwork at the International Convention in Tokyo-China to raise money for The Eliminate Project.
There are no limits on the medium. Pencil, paint, watercolor, felt pen, crayon and ink are all acceptable mediums. However, each drawing must be no larger than 8.5 X 11 inches.
When the artwork is finished, please make sure to sign a Kiwanis Artwork Release form (attached), and provide first name, age, and school.
Artwork should be sent to the KY-TN District Office, and should arrive no later than March 28, 2014.
We look forward to seeing some of the great work we know you are capable of producing. Thank you in advance for your help on this important project.
Roger Blair, Governor
KY-TN District of Kiwanis International
(859) 269-4832 H
(859) 619-3271 C
Greetings to the K-T District!
K-T Distict Governor
Key Club International
On January 29 and February 12 of 2014, 16 Clarksville Academy Key Club members got together to make cards for cancer patients. The cards that the Key Clubbers made went to terminally ill cancer patients. These inspirational cards were sent to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
While 16 Key Clubbers made the cards, other members of the club who could not attend the event still admirably found a way to aid the cause by bringing in supplies such as card stock, markers, foam stickers, scissors, glitter glue,etc.
These cards made by the Key Club members were filled with encouraging quotes, influential scriptures, and original notes. This event was planned in the hope that whenever each ill patient opens his/her card, their day is immediately brightened upon reading the sweet, kind words printed on the cards. !Print Me
Here is the November 2013 edition of the Editor’s Express. Board members and club bulletin editors/historians or other positions of the sort are recommended to read this.
This issue covers Division Council Meetings, dues, the district project, Key Club Week, Mid-year Membership Drives, and information on what goes in the LT. Governor’s December newsletters.
Editor’s Edition November 2013 (2.2 MB)Print Me
Here is the October 2013 edition of the Editor’s Express. Board members and club bulletin editors/historians or other positions of the sort are recommended to read this.
This issue covers Division Council Meetings, dues, the district project, fall rally, Key Club Week, and information on what goes in the LT. Governor’s October newsletters.
Editor’s Express for October 2013 (4 MB)Print Me