Understanding Kiwanis structure, terminology and processes can be challenging to both the new and tenured members of our constantly evolving Club.
One phrase often heard is, what is “inter-clubbing?” An interclub is a meeting or activity staged by two or more Kiwanis family clubs, including K-Kids, Builders Club, Key Club, Circle K Club, Kiwanis and Aktion Club. It requires four or more of our Club members to attend and it is a means of supporting Kiwanis’ fifth Object, which is, “To provide through this Club, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service, and to build a better community.”
Throughout the year, our Interclub Committee, chaired by Ted Coons, will be setting up opportunities for our members to visit Kiwanis clubs throughout Division 10-W and beyond. You can watch this newsletter and the Activity Calendar on our website. Each time you attend an interclub, you will receive an attendance credit and you will help our Club earn an interclub credit. But more importantly, you will have the opportunity to extend your networking, pick up new ideas and share challenges and successes.