Kiwanis - Serving the Children of the World
Serving the Children of the World
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Charter Night 2014 is at the Fredericton Inn on Thursday October 23rd.


High School Band Blast 2014
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Kiwanis worked with the high schools to bring together the different bands to

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Distinguished Member Award Criteria 

To qualify, a club member must:

  • Sponsor two (2) new members.
  • Attend either a midyear conference, International convention, or district convention.  Equivalent meeting may be Kiwanis University, Zone or Regional Conference, or other district event.
  • Participate in two (2) or more Kiwanis service efforts.


The club president will verify those Kiwanians qualifying for Distinguished Member recognition.  Distinguished Members will receive a lapel pin and recognition at the 2012 Kiwanis International Convention.


Distinguished Club

To qualify, a club must excel in service, leadership education, and growth.


Service (50 points)

  • The Kiwanis club fulfills its responsibilities to Service Leadership Program club(s) (K-Kids, Builders Club, Key Club, Circle K, Aktion Club, or Kiwanis Junior), which includes providing club leadership education to club officers  - 10 points maximum
  • The Kiwanis club builds and charters a new Service Leadership Program club (K-Kids, Builders Club, Key Club, Circle K, Aktion Club, or Kiwanis Junior)  - 10 points maximum
  • The Kiwanis club participates in a Kiwanis-branded service project, such as Young Children: Priority One, Read Around the World, Bring Up Grades, Terrific Kids, Key Leader - 10 points maximum
  • The Kiwanis club will initiate one new additional service project during the year– 10 points maximum
  • The Kiwanis club financially supports the Kiwanis International Foundation - 10 points


Leadership Education (40 points)

  • The Kiwanis club president and secretary participate in the Club Leadership Education (CLE) training session (or equivalent) prior to assuming office - 20 points (10 points per officer)
  • The Kiwanis Club ensures that all new members receive the Kiwanis International new member orientation - 10 points
  • The Kiwanis club is represented at two of the following three educational opportunities:  the district midyear conference (or equivalent of Kiwanis University, zone conference, regional conference), the Kiwanis International convention or the Kiwanis district convention - 10 points maximum

Leiutenant Burton Green presents the Disguished Club award to
President Sharon Sisco
Left to right, Peter Curtis, Larry Sheppard, Joanne MacLean,
Deidre Green, Sharon Sisco and LG Burton Green