ICON Tips and Tricks!

June 25, 2017

By Calista Moore, Lt. Governor Division 13  In 7 days, the Georgia District will be flying off to Texas for International Convention! Here are some tips for how to make the best of it: Be optimistic! You’re in Texas for an entire week sharing an experience with hundreds of key clubbers, what is there to(Continue Reading)

Key Leader Camp

May 26, 2017

By Andrea Manning, Lt. Governor Division 8 Key Leader Camp is an exciting 3-day leadership camp experience. This past March was my second year attending. I served as a student facilitator which gave me the opportunity to apply the skills I acquired the previous year. Over the three days we held seminar style lessons on service(Continue Reading)

My Breakthrough Experience

May 19, 2017

By Gabi Lirio “Give us one week, and we will change your life.” This quote was sent over and over the weeks preceding Key Club International’s first ever Breakthrough service-immersion project in Miami, Florida. Before the project, it seemed so cliche, but now, it is the most fitting phrase of words for this weeklong project.(Continue Reading)

What’s My Hi-Five?

May 9, 2017

By Andrew McGraw, District Projects Chairman Hey, Georgia Key Club! The District Board and I are beyond thrilled to work with all of you this year in continuing our nearly 30-year partnership with the Georgia Sheriffs’ Youth Homes to provide love, shelter, and opportunity for the abused, neglected, and forgotten children of Georgia. This year,(Continue Reading)

Key Club’s Impact on Me

January 3, 2017

By Jake Kwon, Lt. Governor of Divisions 11 & 14 The one event that summarizes the radical transformation I experienced during my high school career is joining Key Club, an organization dedicated to providing service to the community and building character and leadership of future leaders. Just as a member, I gained incredible insight about(Continue Reading)


December 19, 2016

By Hagan Gantz, Lt. Governor of Div. 6 With over half the school year over, it’s time for seniors to think about affording college. Applying for scholarships is definitely necessary for success. Without them you would not be able to further your education and better yourself for the future. As the end of the year(Continue Reading)

Happy Thanksgiving, Key Clubbers!

November 24, 2016

By Minyoung Kim, District Governor There are so many things I’m thankful for – the roof over my head, the endless support and love from my parents, the unconditional affection from dogs (although I get really bad allergic reactions from them), and, of course, the delicious burrito bowl from Chipotle. But this Thanksgiving, I want(Continue Reading)

A Service Feast

November 10, 2016

By Alli Dunn, Lt. Governor of Divisions  You’re in the kitchen preparing the food for your Thanksgiving feast. You have so much to be thankful for, and one of those things is being a member of Key Club! You start thinking of the items on your table as the service you have done, and the(Continue Reading)

Leaping into Key Club Week

November 8, 2016

By Jose Ramirez, Major Emphasis & Kiwanis Family Chair The leaves have started to fall off the the trees and the weather has become cold and bitter. November is here and so is Key Club week! The moment has never been better to celebrate all of which Key Club represents: leadership, character building, caring, and(Continue Reading)

Football, Food, and the Kiwanis Family

October 6, 2016

By Jose Ramirez, Major Emphasis & Kiwanis Family Day Touch Down!!! The crowd goes wild as their favorite team scores the winning touchdown with only four seconds on the clock!  This is the south’s favorite sport, college football. And just as you Key Clubbers are passionate about service, I know you are also diehard football(Continue Reading)