Follow the leader
It's the day before the Garland, Texas, Independent School District-sponsored Key Leader camp, and a small group of high school students gathers in a circle for introductions. Some are confident and joking around. A few look nervously at their name tags, while others are so shy and quiet that when they do talk they seem to almost choke on their words.
Though their appearances, backgrounds and interests are different, they all have at least one common bond. All of the students at this special Key Leader Camp in Cedar Hill, Texas, are English Language Learners. From 15 countries around the world, representing Hispanic, Arabic, African and Asian cultures, they have come to learn the Key Leader way and achieve their personal best through service leadership.
Read more in the December 2016 issue of Kiwanis magazine in pdf format or on the publication's blog.
In this issue, you'll also find:
Love Letter from Paris. A Parisian photographer shows and tells of her favorite spots in her home city, location of the 2017 Kiwanis International convention.
'Tis the Season. Kiwanians around the world celebrate the season with holiday fêtes and festivals. Here's a look at some of our favorites.
Craft Service. Aktion Club creates colorful holiday ornaments.