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5 ways to use your Kiwanis magazine

Jack Brockley | May 01, 2019

A display of Kiwanis magazine covers

So you get a Kiwanis magazine in the mail eight times a year. You read it, enjoy the articles and photos and then leave it on your breakfast table until you end up throwing it away. Our thought is that you read, reuse and recycle it. Here’s how.

Take it to your Kiwanis club meeting. Discuss the items listed in the front News section and then peruse the Feature and Showcase sections. How could your club customize these projects for its own? Think about these projects featured here and imagine your club doing something similar — or with a twist. 

Give it to a friend. Kiwanis is stronger with more people, and more people means more children and families who get help when needed. Give your Kiwanis magazine to a friend and then invite them to a meeting or upcoming project. Introduce everyone and have fun! 

Give it to a teacher. Does your club sponsor a youth club as part of Kiwanis Service Leadership Programs? If you don’t, consider it. Share what Kiwanis is doing with a teacher and explain the value that a K-Kids, Builders Club or Key Club can bring to the school. Invite the teacher to a service project! Ask to talk to the class about volunteering. 

Share with Kiwanis. What is your club doing that is worth being featured in Kiwanis magazine? Reach out to editors at shareyourstory@kiwanis.org

Recycle. When you get a new magazine, recycle the old one.

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