News

Youth Opportunities Fund

September 22, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor and Public Relations Chair The Youth Opportunities Fund provides clubs interested in pursuing projects out of their budget with funds. If your club is interested in supporting a project that is just too expensive, consider submitting your cause to YOF! This simple application will give your members the chance to(Continue Reading)

Project Ideas

September 9, 2018

By Jasmine Ramirez, District Projects Chair  Are you wondering on how you can best serve your community? Do you need fundraising or service project ideas? Look no further because listed below are just a few examples of fundraising/service projects you and your Key Club can participate in! To start off, one of our major projects this(Continue Reading)

International Experience Survey

September 4, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor  Both the district and international levels of Key Club have one main thing in common: the members! The voices of the general member guide the Key Club year, and without a way to access those opinions, it’s difficult to know which way your representatives should take their focus. Do you(Continue Reading)

Contests, Contests, and More Contests!

August 21, 2018

By Joey Jin, Contests and Policies Chair Many Key Club members are unaware of the many opportunities of recognition and rewards that Key Club offers through District and International Contests and Awards. Through these many Contests and Awards, numerous trophies, plaques, certificates, and scholarships are presented at the Georgia Key Club SLC and Key Club ICON.(Continue Reading)

What is GSYH?

August 12, 2018

By Jasmine Ramirez, District Projects Chair The Georgia district board has been working with Georgia Sheriffs’ Youth Homes since 1988 and has raised $880,000 for the organization since. The Georgia district has completed 5 separate projects for this organization that provides a loving caring home for children that have been abandoned, neglected or abused in Georgia.(Continue Reading)

How to Get Members More Involved

August 8, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor For many Key Clubbers, school is back in full swing! A new year brings new opportunity, and you may be asking yourself, “how do I get my club members excited about Key Club?” Motivating a large group can be challenging, though especially so when they are also involved in sports,(Continue Reading)

How to Get Involved With Our Newest GSYH Project!

August 5, 2018

By Jasmine Ramirez, District Projects Chair  There are several ways to be recognized at the Georgia Key Club Service and Leadership Conference (SLC) for participating in the District Project. One award is the Georgia Sheriffs’ Youth Homes Awareness Award. This award is awarded to ANY club who has raised awareness for the GSYH project. The(Continue Reading)

Get Involved with GSYH!

August 1, 2018

By Joey Jin, Contests and Policies Chair  There are several ways to be recognized at the Georgia Key Club Service and Leadership Conference (SLC) for participating in the District Project. One award is the Georgia Sheriffs’ Youth Homes Awareness Award. This award is awarded to ANY club who has raised awareness for the GSYH project.(Continue Reading)

How Has Key Club Changed Your Perspective on Both Service and Life?

July 28, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor Students are offered many opportunities during their high school career. Many chances presented to students are a given simply waiting to be exercised upon, but Key Club is an opportunity that must be sought out and pursued. Students who choose to dedicate their four years of upper school education to(Continue Reading)

Fondest Key Club Memory

July 25, 2018

By Taylor Ettershank, Division 4 Lieutenant Governor My fondest Key Club memory to date was the Key Club International Convention. The accumulation of like- minded individuals and the exploration of a new city made it an experience I will cherish for a lifetime. Taking in the museums, boat rides, and late night conversations led me(Continue Reading)