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    We are a member of the worldwide student led high school community service organization called Key Club International. Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. As members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. Key Club has approximately 260,000 members in approximately 5,000 clubs in 32 countries.

    Key Club is divided into 33 districts, which are in turn divided into divisions. As a member of the Cali-Nev-Ha district, we are working with other clubs throughout California, Nevada, and Hawaii to volunteer at service projects inspired by the current Major Emphasis project, "Children: Their Future, Our Focus". While we volunteer at service projects throughout the Sacramento community, the focus of our fundraising is directed toward Key Club International's preferred charities: UNICEF, March of Dimes, and Children's Miracle Network. In addition, Key Club works to support the Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Program, the goal of which is to train doctors and provide equipment to reduce infant deaths. Our current Lieutenant Governor of Division 44S is Karen Alejo. Our fellow dinos in D44S are from Bella Vista, Center, Cordova, Del Camp, El Camino, El Dorado, Folsom, Foothill, Mesa Verde, Mira Loma, Ponderosa, Rio Americano, Rosemont, Union Mine, and Vista Del Lago. As a division, we have served over 1000 hours this past year.


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Basic Stats

  • Division: Division 44S , mascot: Dino, official color: Kelly Green
  • Region: 16
  • District: Cali-Nev-Ha, mascot: Bee
  • Members: 131
  • Hours served this year: 1155+
  • Motto: Caring - our way of life
  • Current Lieutenant Governor: Karen Alejo
  • Sponsoring Kiwanis Club: Sacramento Suburban Kiwanis
  • Advisors: Donna Gordon (Kiwanis) and Colleen Kelly (Faculty)
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Why Key Club?


     Out of the many community service opportunities, Key Club truly allows you to make a tangible impact in our local community on a daily basis. With an average of two service projects a week, often more, Dinos are encouraged to become active members of the community and serve in a diverse range of capacities. Besides, Key Club is fun! The friendship and connections built through Key Club aren't just a "bonus" - they are an essential part of being a Key Clubber is embracing the shared camaraderie and spirit. Finally, Key Club offers countless opportunities for leadership on a club, division, district, and even international level, from a club committee chair, to an International Trustee.

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