Key Club members Carly Rovner and Julia Albanese were recognized as North Shore Kiwanis Students of the Month. Click here to read more.
Last Sunday, January 10th, 2016, the North Shore Key Club visited a Ronald McDonald house. Toys were given to some children staying there and cards made by the Builder's Club were left for the families. In addition the Key Club offered arts and crafts to the kids and baked cookies for everyone.
The logo above was created by our Vice President, Cleo Fleming.
The annual take over meeting by the North Shore key Club took place on January 14th 2016 at the Swan Club; The North Shore key Clubbers become Kiwanians for the evening. Key Club President Elias Mastakouris and his Executive Board took the dais as Kiwanians and did a very fine job running the meeting. The Key Clubbers gave a very impressive review of the key club year 2015-2016 raising more than $5000 for charity and explained their Single Serve Project: “Compassion in Action,” as well as their Major Emphasis Project: “ North Shore Opens Their Hears To Give a Helping Hand For Service.” The North Shore Kiwanis club, who sponsors the North Shore Key Club, is always impressed with the professionalism of these young men and women and their efforts to make a difference to our community. Pictured is the group in action with North Shore Club Presidents joining hands at the dais. Click here for more pictures.
North Shore Key Club Sponsors Handball Tournament To Benefit F.I.S.T. (Families in Support of Treatment)
On January 6th 2016 at North Shore High School the North Shore Key Club
sponsored a handball benefit tournament for the Families in Support of Treatment Organization (FIST) The event was very well attended and supported by North Shore High School students. Assisting with this event was the North Shore Kiwanis Club with President Roger Hill, DPP Doug Barnaby and SDPLG Larry Benedetti. The New York State Governor Forbes Irvine was also in attendance for this wonderful event to support the cause; FIST is an organization that addresses problems on substance abuse.
Pictured are various pictures with students in action at the event and Kiwanis dignitaries.
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On Wednesday January 6 at North Shore High school the Key Club hosted their single service project entitled: Compassion In Action. This event was the brain child of North Shore key Club President Elias Mastakouis and supported by the entire Key Club membership. The goal of this event was to bring community awareness and educate the audience on substance abuse while providing message of help and hope to all. Many Kiwanis dignitaries attended this event to include the New York State Governor Forbes Irvine who was so please that the North Shore key Club hosted an event to show support for the Governor’s Project 2015-2016. Other North Shore Kiwanis Dignitaries who attended to show support were SDPLG Larry Benedetti, NS K President Roger Hill and DPP Douglas Barnaby. Key Club LG. Amanada Madenburg and LG. Rohit Mathews were also in attendance for the event. The program was dynamic and included keynote speaker Anthony Rizzuto, the founder of the FIST(Families in Support of Treatment Organization). Mr. Rizzuto and his team of gifted professionals addressed topics on substance abuse including Prevention, Treatment, Recovery and Advocacy. Directly following this program a Resource Fair took place encompassing professionals from over 12 substance programs as well as representatives from prominent self-help groups from Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
“ Education is the cure to the problem and the North Shore key Club wants to be part of the solution”
Pictured is the New York State Kiwanis Governor Forbes Irvine, Kiwanian Lawrence Benedetti, Key Club President Elias Mastakouris with Keynote speaker Anthony Rizzuto and his presenting team of professionals.
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