The Indiana District of Kiwanis Key Club held their District Leadership Convention in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Shelby Keith, Natalie Chambers, Kansas Amos and Emma Campbell of the Austin High School Key Club and their faculty advisor Rusty Jones attended. Key Club members from all over the state of Indiana attended and worked on service projects, attended workshops, attended a banquet, attended the House of Delegates meeting for elections and participated in an installation ceremony for the newly elected Indiana District Key Cub Board of Directors. One of the new Lt Governors installed was Nataiie Chambers. Pictured is Natalie Chambers being installed as the new Lt Governor for the Scenic Hills Division. She is the new Lt Governor representing the Scenic Hills Division which includes Austin, Scottsburg, Henryville, Renaissance Academy, Clarksville, Jeffersonville and New Albany Key Clubs. Congratulations to Natalie on her election and installation. She is the outgoing AHS Key Club President. Shelby Keith has been elected as the incoming President. The Scottsburg Kiwanis congratulates these outstanding students and looks forward to working with them in the coming year!
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The Scottsburg Middle School Builders Club, one of the Kiwanis Family of clubs in Scott County, conducted a joint project with the Student Council to raise money for the Cat Shelter in Scottsburg. Pictured are members of the Builders Club donating a check to the Cat Shelter for $602. The Builders Club have adopted the Cat Shelter and have gone over several times to assist with cleaning and playing with the cats. Builders Club is a Kiwanis Service Leadership Program for middle school students to teach leadership skills through community service.