Key Club president Samantha Calamari speaks to Kiwanis about Key Leader Weekend

By Kiwanis Club of Rockland | Nov 24, 2012

The Kiwanis Club of Rockland received an overview of the experiences of

local high school students at the recent Key Leader weekend, and the New

England District Key Club convention, from Oceanside East High School

student and Key Club president Samantha Calamari.  Calamari prepared a

power-point presentation to show the activities at the two events, which

are designed to teach leadership and life skills.  Calamari's

presentation occurred during the regular weekly Kiwanis meeting held at

the Samoset Resort on November 12.  Calamari is shown after the meeting

with Kiwanis member and long time Key Leader adviser Jane Thompson of

Warren, [left], and Kiwanis president Amy Pease of Union.  It was noted

at the meeting that Thompson was also the adviser when Pease served as

president of the Key Club when she was a student at Rockland District

High School.  Key Club is one of several Service Leadership Programs

sponsored by Kiwanis clubs.  The Rockland Kiwanis group also sponsors a

Builders club and a K-Kids club, in addition to the Aktion Club of Knox

County, a fully-chartered Kiwanis club for disabled adults.  FMI:

kiwanis.org.

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