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Swapping cultural experiences

Swapping cultural experiences

June 2, 2016

This past year, 14 Hilo, Hawaii, High School Key Club members swapped cultural experiences with 12 Sumoto, Japan, students through an exchange coordinated by Sister Cities International and the Kiwanis Club of East Hawaii. It was, the Key Clubbers report, an adventure never to be forgotten…

The key to happiness

The key to happiness

March 7, 2016

Think about two or three movies you’ve seen recently about high school. Most of them probably will share a common element: cliques. There’s what’s been labeled the popular crowd, the nerds, the hipsters. The list goes on. More likely than not, you’ve noticed these groups during your own high school experience…

One idea can impact millions

One idea can impact millions

March 7, 2016

In 2006, Blake Mycoskie took a trip and got an idea that would change the world. Sounds like an overblown statement, but it’s not. It’s just a drop in the bucket. In reality, life for millions of people around the world changed because of the vision of one young man who wanted to make a real difference. And he’s not done yet…

The secret of my success

The secret of my success

March 7, 2016

When Harold Ekeh went to school the day after finding out he’d been accepted into all eight Ivy League schools, he didn’t yell and scream. He didn’t gloat or do a touchdown dance. Instead, he walked into several classrooms at Elmont Memorial High School on Long Island, New York, and simply thanked his teachers. He thanked them for everything they’d done for him…

Why Key Club?

Quincy Arindall Sq

“I took a decision that drastically changed my in school and out of school life. That decision was to stay in Key Club, and it has been one of the greatest decisions I have ever made. Key Club is and will always be a major and beautiful part of my life.”
Quincy Arrindell

Jennifer Aguilar SQ

“Key Club does an amazing job creating unique journeys for everyone. I know Key Club has something in store for me, because my journey is not over.”
Jeniffer Aguilar

Harold Ekah Square

“I want to be able to say I made a difference in my community and made a difference in my world, and that’s what Key Club really inspired me to do. If you see something wrong in your community, you have the power to change that.”
Harold Ekeh
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