Building Communities, Promoting Leadership
There are a lot of issues that our growing community faces, from public education to transportation. Kiwanis works at the ground level, helping bring residents together to smooth out issues and create bright spots. Our agency offers programs and creates events that are meant to unify us and work for the greater good.
Key Club is the a leadership organization for teens teaching leadership through service to others.
Whitmore Lake High School has over 30 Key Club members. Key Club members make a difference in our community by organizing service projects. Key Club members also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership position in the club.
For more information, click on WL Key Club.
Kiwanis works with Whitmore Lake Elementary School to support Builders Club for Sixth Graders. This year's Builders Club theme is Building a Better Community. Aimee Taylor, Whitmore Lake Elementary Physical Education Teacher, is the Advisor for Builders Club. If your Sixth Grader is interested in being a part of Builders Club, contact Aimee Taylor through the Whitmore Lake Elementary School.
Nothing puts smiles on faces like children and family-filled events. Kiwanis sponsors numerous fun-filled events and community gatherings throughout the year. From the Community Easter Egg Hunt and the 4th of July Parade to the Elementary Pumpkin Carving Contest. With Kiwanis, each event is geared to bring our community together and keep children first!
Peanut Day, GoFundMe for the 4th of July Parade and the previously opened Kiwanis Rummage Sale Store are just a few events that help the Kiwanis raises funds to sponsor many children programs in Whitmore Lake such as the Dictionary/Thesaurus program, children sports activities, High School Clubs, Student Scholarships or the weekend backpack food program, Feeding His Sheep.