Moving to a new town is like having the power steering go out in your car: not a big deal until suddenly you can barely navigate corners and have to walk thirty minutes to avoid parallel parking. Who can you turn to for advice—and when, exactly, will things go back to normal?
There’s a great way to break the new-town habit of spending nights with frozen dinners, reruns and your tabby cat: service. With an organization like Kiwanis, service not only meets the needs in your community but helps you connect with other people who want to make a difference.
Get involved, and see how the family of service reaches beyond the limits of any city. Pretty soon, you’ll find that you’re improving your new community … and even calling it your own.