Service Projects

Service Projects

Our weekly meetings explore many topics, emphasizing kids, community and family.

Below is a sample of service projects the Kiwanis Breakfast Club of Seminole is actively engaged in.

K-Kids is a service program of Kiwanis International that focuses on students in grades 1-5 (ages 6 to 12). The program teaches self-esteem and leadership while students learn the value of community service.
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We’re so proud of our BUG’s… but we’re not talking about insects here. BUG’s is a very successful program that focuses on the importance of education, goal setting and grades!
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Kiwanis started the Family Fun Fishing Day to provide an activity that families can participate in together, talk with each other, enjoy nature and learn a lifelong leisure sport.
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“Just 1 Book” was started in 2010 by Sarah Dewitz, a 10-year-old student in Orange County, Florida as an effort to improve childhood literacy.
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In February 2015, our club adopted mile segment 13 in Seminole. Our approximately 1 hour clean-up takes place on the “even” months (Feb., April, June, August, Oct., and Dec.) on a Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. between Seminole City Park and Blossom Lake Park. Please join us or wave to us as you ride or walk by!
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Field of Honor is a spectacular display of patriotism that honors and recognizes past and present veterans who have dedicated their lives to protecting our freedom. Sponsor a flag for a veteran you wish to honor today.
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View the other projects we participate in: “Reading is Fun-damental”, Adopt-A-School, Clothing Recycle Boxes, The Eliminate Project, and Special Olympics.
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