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The season of giving
12/16/2013

You have just a few days left to find the perfect holiday gift this season....

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Youth club members reach record highs!
12/9/2013
All Kiwanis youth clubs—Key Club, Builders Club and K-Kids—set record club... more
Check out the new “It starts with you” video
12/2/2013

We have an ambitious goal: to raise US$110 million by 2015. But it’s achievable—thanks...

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Foundation responds to Haiyan disaster
11/26/2013

Super Typhoon Haiyan swept across the central Philippines in   November,...

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Black Friday, Cyber Monday … Giving Tuesday
11/26/2013

On December 3, people are coming together for Giving Tuesday. In the midst of...

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We serve children

Welcome to the Service Club of Carmel-North Indy! We’re a hands-on service organization making a difference in our local communities. The majority of our efforts are directed towards our commitment to serve children and young adults by responding to community concerns and needs through local projects and programs.

Our service projects include:

Teen driver safety education
Tutoring
Teddy bear clinics
Spelling bees 

Our club meets every Wed 7PM at Traders Point Historical Society.

At club meetings, we discuss things like cyber crimes and bully prevention, how to recognize and report child abuse, career mentoring to young adults, how to conquer the fear of public speaking and more. Guest speakers featured throughout the year.

New members can join at any time and a non-member can volunteer at any event that piques your interest. Our club is designed to accommodate busy adults who want to:

  • Give back to their community 
  • Understand and have a voice in local issues 
  • Develop leadership skills and make connections

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December Message from the Club President

Another year goes into the memory books—time to reflect on good times with friends and family. This month also is the perfect time to reach out to former members and invite them to join us for an event or two. Let alumni know we miss them and the door is always open. Invite them to join us for an anniversary party at the Traders Point Retirement Village with semi-format attire and a big band, letters to Santa, gift-wrapping at the mall and awarding kiddos with BUG certificates for Bringing Up (their) Grades. Also please don’t forget a very important meeting on December 11 about personal safety while shopping and how to recognize and defend yourself in dangerous situations.


-Rhonda Jones