Sponsored Programs

The Kiwanis Club of Fabulous Fond du Lac is proud to sponsor two Kiwanis Key Clubs. Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. What makes Key Club so successful is the fact that it is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others.  Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. Each year the Kiwanis Club of Fabulous Fond du Lac funds several scholarships to those Key Club graduates who wish to continue their education. We could not be any prouder of our Key Clubbers and all that they do for the Fond du Lac and North Fond du Lac communities. From raking leaves and playing bingo to volunteering at the local food pantries, these two Key Clubs are phenomenal examples to our community of what community service is all about. Be sure to support our Key Clubbers as you see them out and about helping make your community a better place to live.

 

Sponsored Key Clubs
Fond du Lac High School Key Club
FHS Key Club-2015
Horace Mann High School Key ClubHORACE MANN H.S. KEY CLUB SCHOLARS
Faculty Advisor
Chris Stelmacher/Sandie Berka
Faculty Advisor
Dan Hively/Jim Sandstrom/Jean Hintz
Kiwanis Advisor
Gary Ring
Kiwanis Advisor
Jan Krug
Projects

  • ARC Themed Bingo Parties
  • St Francis Home Snowmen Building
  • Sigma Holiday House Craft Sale
  • PTO Babysitting
  • Holiday Adopt-a-Family
  • Lutheran Home Caroling
  • Lunch Ladies/Custodian Appreciation Day
  • United Way Gift Wrapping
  • Salvation Army Bell Ringing
  • Project ELIMATE Sticker Sale
Projects

  • Ghoul a Gram fund raiser
  • Younker’s Booklet Sales
  • UNICEF Donation Boxes
  • Bake Sale Fundraiser
  • Broken Bread Volunteering
  • Empty Bowls Volunteering
  • Make a Difference Leaf Raking
  • Babysitting Autistic Children
  • Presentation Food Pantry
  • Friendship Halloween Party
  • Blood Drive
  • Salvation Army Bell Ringing

Events

Annually Sponsor Storybook Land

Halloween Bingo at the ARC

Events

Polar Plunge for Special Olympics