District Leadership Conference Scheduled for March 8th-10th, 2018

The Mo-Ark District Leadership Conference theme will be announced after the October Board Meeting, so get your thinking caps on and get ready to design shirts, posters, and scrapbooks! Do great service projects this year and look forward to a fun-filled, educational experience in Springfield, Missouri.  Here is your opportunity to meet hundreds of Key Clubbers from Missouri and Arkansas, be recognized for your club's achievements, elect the 2017-2018 Executive Board, and dance the night away at the Governor's Ball.

 Don't miss out on the most amazing Key Club event of the year!!!

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District Board Gathers To Plan DLC


Cabot High School Key Clubbers recently helped at the Northside Elementary Parent Night by "going green".  Since the Parent Night was held on St. Patrick's Day, everyone was encouraged to wear green and activities all had a green tint to them.  Robby and Kimberly are pictured with green 'ooblecks' they helped elementary students make and package.  Megan, Christina, and Brooke are pictured with their leprechaun toothpaste, colored green just for the occasion.


Oak Park KC turn coat Checks into Cash

Key Clubbers from the Oak Park High School Key Club in Kansas City, Missouri pitched in to help their Kiwanis sponsors with their annual Valentine’s Day dance. Key Clubbers arrived before the dance got underway and set up the coat check room. Key Clubbers worked in the coat check room the entire evening. The Oak Park HS Key Clubbers included Haley Rocha, Alvaro Pino, and Hero Khizirpour. Guests to the dance tipped the Key Clubbers over $50 for the coat check service.  The tip money will go towards the Key Club treasury account. Interclub projects between Key Club and Kiwanis help both clubs serve our communities.





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