News

Divisional Council Meetings: What Are They and Where Do I Sign Up?

July 16, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor Lieutenant Governors (LTG) are charged with building healthy and lasting relationships with the clubs they serve. While electronic communication is helpful, the bond built between Key Clubbers and their representative is further strengthened through in-person meetings. Divisional Council Meetings (DCM) are an opportunity for Lieutenant Governors to educate their club members(Continue Reading)

Georgia Leadership Training Conference

July 13, 2018

By Vivi Ngo, District Secretary Treasurer    ONLY FOUR WORDS: GEORGIA LEADERSHIP TRAINING CONFERENCE In a little over a month, the Georgia District of Key Club International will be hosting its annual Georgia Leadership Training Conference (GLTC) at Six Flags Over Georgia! This event is geared towards officers, who will receive their official training for the(Continue Reading)

Only a Day Away From ICON!

June 30, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor The wait for ICON is over! Tomorrow, the Georgia District with embark bright and early on an amazing trip to Chicago! This trip will allow members in attendance to discover both the city of Chicago and a new level of understanding for the club they serve. The itinerary for the(Continue Reading)

Personal Service

June 23, 2018

By Justice Lee, Division 3 Lieutenant Governor and Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor Key Club members are given the unique opportunity to explore the community in which he or she serves through service. Whether serving others on a large scale, such as a district wide initiative, or a smaller, more personal one, service knows no bounds. If(Continue Reading)

Why Run For Board?

June 9, 2018

By Christina Lee, District Governor Serving on the district board has truly provided me with a phenomenal, rare experience. Reflecting upon this past year, I have noticed my growth not only as an individual but as a friend, daughter, sister, student, and leader. Through Key Club, my perspective, ambitions, and knowledge have flourished. This organization has(Continue Reading)

Why Should You Attend Our Service and Leadership Conference?

June 6, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor As a freshman in high school, I joined Key Club. At the time, I had a very limited grasp regarding the functions and missions of the club, but after being pushed to attend District Convention, now the Georgia Service and Leadership Conference (SLC), my perspective surrounding service changed. Anyone who(Continue Reading)

Get to Know the Georgia Sheriffs’ Youth Homes!

June 2, 2018

By Cadence Merck, Lieutenant Governor Division 2 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(Continue Reading)

Georgia Leadership Training Conference

May 29, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor GLTC is an opportunity for many things. It is a chance to gain higher knowledge about Key Club and its functions, meet your respective Lieutenant Governor, and get to know hundreds of other dedicated service leaders. To Key Clubbers who have attended the event in past years, I encourage you(Continue Reading)

ICON is Just Around the Corner!

May 25, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor To the Key Club members that registered for International Convention, congratulations! You are only 37 days away from a trip full of experiences worth remembering for the rest of your life! Whether you’re looking forward to visiting the Shedd Aquarium, trading pins with Key Clubbers from around the world,(Continue Reading)

Builders Club, K-Kids, and you!

May 17, 2018

By Justice Lee, Division 3 Lieutenant Governor I made the decision of creating the missing link between my schools Key Club and our other nearby branches, like K-Kids and Builders Club . A K-Kids club is just like Key Club, only with younger elementary members who learn about service in school and community. Builders Club is(Continue Reading)