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  • Club service project: Spreading seeds of service challenge


    Challenge your club members to plant their “seeds of service” daily. Ask students to brainstorm a list of random acts of kindness. During the next club meeting, have them reflect on the acts of kindness they accomplished by completing this handout and discussing it as a group.

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  • Project Happiness


    October is Bully Prevention Month, and Key Club has teamed up with nonprofit organization Project Happiness to empower students to create greater happiness within themselves and their communities. Discover more about Project Happiness’s science-based curriculum and how to start a “Happiness Movement” at And check out the resources Project Happiness made specifically for elementary and middle school students.

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  • Coming soon: 2014–15 contest information


    This year’s contest info, criteria and themes will be announced soon, so stay tuned! Individual contest categories still include creative writing, speaking and drawing, but they’ll also include an additional category that’s even more fun. Club contest categories will include Club Single Service, Scrapbook and one more creative option. The Kiwanis Foundation Leadership Award, which honors one outstanding leader from each district, and Distinguished Club and Honor Club recognition will remain the same.

    Expect to hear more about contests in the November edition of th
    e BC Wire Advisor Newsletter.

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  • Club service project ideas

    Now is a great time to start planning your club’s holiday service projects. Organize a food or clothing drive, volunteer at a soup kitchen or spend an evening caroling and visiting with residents at a nursing home. Or coordinate a “rake and run” project: Club members rake leaves for people in the community who might need a little extra help.

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  • Kiwanis Family Month

    Kiwanis Family Month

    November is Kiwanis Family Month! This is a great time to show your Builders Club pride and connect with other Kiwanis-family clubs in your area. Prepare for Kiwanis Family Month by:

    • Planning a project. Plan a joint service project with members of your sponsoring Kiwanis club. For service project ideas, refer to pages 17–28 of the advisor guide.

    • Learning more about the Kiwanis family. Reach out to the other Kiwanis-family clubs in your community such as Aktion Club, Key Club, Circle K, or K-Kids club.

    • Spreading the word. In your school or organization, tell students about your Builders Club and invite new members to join. For member recruitment ideas, refer to page 46 of the advisor guide.

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