Osage City Kiwanis: November is Kiwanis Family Month

In November, more than 600,000 Kiwanis-family adult and youth volunteers will celebrate their partnership in community service. The Kiwanis family promotes ideals of voluntary services as a means to improve lives and give something back to the community.

The Kiwanis family of clubs consists of adult Kiwanis clubs, Circle K clubs for university students, Aktion Clubs for persons with disabilities, Key Clubs for high school students, Builders Clubs for middle schools and K-Kids for elementary schools. Also included is the BUG program (Bring Up Grades) for elementary students.

Osage City Kiwanis is actively involved with the Kiwanis family of clubs in USD 420. The Kiwanis club sponsors the high school Key Club, the middle school Builders Club and the elementary school K-Kids. Also known as service leadership programs, the students are encouraged to learn and understand the value of service and leadership in their school and community. Osage City Kiwanis also sponsors a BUG program in the elementary school, which encourages improving and maintaining grades and good citizenship in school.

Information thanks to Dave Azwell.


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