Key Club meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1:45pm in the Yellow Pod.
Listed below are some of our volunteer opportunities and fundraising activities.
Trick or Treat for UNICEF Fundraiser - The money collected goes to support the Eliminate Project. Key Clubs are pulling together to help rid the world of one of the most deadly diseases, neonatal tetanus. Learn more at www.TheEliminateProject.org
Volunteer at the Gordon Elementary Annual Fall Carnival
Help with the Greater Kiwanis Childrens Halloween Carnival Games
Help the Greater Kingston Kiwanis with the Apple Cup Food Drive. Food and money are donated to Share Net and to the Kingston Food Bank.
Help the Greater Kingston Kiwanis with Santa's Workshop event
Sell holiday wreaths to support the Eliminate Project
Volunteer at Wolfle Elementary's Santa's Breakfast
Make Christmas cards for friends at Suquamish Elementary
Toys for Teens - donate new items to the local food bank for Christmas gifts
Clean up Kingston Skate Park on the third Saturday of the month at 10:00am
Organize school lost and found - ongoing project
Valentine's Day weekend - help set up and serve at: "Boys and Girls Club Presents an Evening of Romance" at Kingston's Oak Tree Restraunt. This is a fundraiser for Boys and Girls Club.
Opportunities to babysit during Gordon Elementary PTA meetings
Join with Kiwanis Food Drive to support local food banks
Volunteer with children's activities at Kites Over Kingston
SENIORS - Don't forget to apply for the Greater Kingston Kiwanis Scholarship. See Kingston High School home page for the scholarship application.
Help Hansville Art Guild with a bake sale - supports Food For Kids Program at Wolfle's Summer School Program
School grounds clean-up
Elections for next years officers
Greater Kingston Kiwanis meets each Thursday morning at 7am at the Oak Table Cafe' in downtown Kingston. Key Club members and their families are welcome at any of the Kiwanis meetings anytime.
Last Modified on April 9, 2014