(11.10.18) Celebrate Your Service!

November 10, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor and Public Relations Chair With both Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF and Key Club Week in such quick succession, October and November prove to be amazing months for Key Club participation! That being said, these two months also serve as a great way to gain content through photos, videos, flyers, and more.(Continue Reading)

What it Means to Be a General Member

November 3, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor While Key Club International is composed of many parts all working together to make an amazing whole, the general members truly make the organization run. Club members on the high school level ensure there are people available to perform service under the Key Club banner, but with that in mind,(Continue Reading)

2019 Contests!

October 26, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor and Public Relations Chair Key Clubbers are able to color their year of service with their talents, interests, and passions, and through the contests sponsored by the Georgia District of Key Club, members can celebrate those passions for the entire district to see! The time for application and action is(Continue Reading)

Service and Leadership Conference

October 12, 2018

By Kareena Sharma, Major Emphasis Committee Chair  Erase DCON From Your Mind Key Clubbers Because SLC is Here! Have you heard of DCON? Well, erase that name from your mind because Georgia District Board is bringing a whole new label to the event. SLC, which stands for Service Leadership Convention, is the all new and improved(Continue Reading)

Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is Not So Far Away!

October 5, 2018

By Alia Bly, District Bulletin Editor and Public Relations Chair The month of October presents the opportunity for not just service, but also SPOOKY service! Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is the number one way for Key Clubbers to get involved with UNICEF and its mission to eradicate maternal and neonatal tetanus. To participate, you must order boxes,(Continue Reading)

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)