The Builders Club is for middle school and junior high students. It’s the world’s largest service and leadership program for students age 12-14. The Builders Cub is designed to develop leadership through community service. The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club has sponsored a Builders Club at Scottsburg Middle School since 2012. The Builders Club elects its own officers, organizes its own committees, and determine which projects to support. They also support projects and fundraisers conducted by the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club.
The Kiwanis Adviser for the Builders Club is Al Riggle and the Faculty Adviser is Lisa Sutton.
President Chloe Hilton
Vice President Constance Giuliano
Secretary Sam Everett
Treasurer McKayla Barger
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The Scottsburg Middle School Builders Club inducted twenty-four new members into the club during a ceremony held at the Middle School on 5 November, 2014. The Builders Club is co-sponsored by the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club and the Scottsburg High School Key Club. It’s one of the Kiwanis family of clubs designed to develop leadership and character through community service. This is the third year for the Builders Club at the Scottsburg Middle School. Inducted were Emily Richey, Courtney Jennings, Grade Albertson, Savannah Watts,Chloe Helton, Brandon Deaton, Hannah Bowen, Ashley Porter, Cameron Jeffries, Dylan Whittimore, Cynthia Miller, Jared, Shelonenbarger Serenity Kendall, Breanna Price, Marchella Kellner, Noel Welch, Makayla Barger, Hailey Mead, Ashley Smith, Katelynn Langley, Madelyn Shelton, Kyle Hicks, Treyton Caudell and Sam Everett. The vision of Builders Club is to develop competent, caring leaders through the vehicle of service. The Builders Club have been most active this year already, raising money for A Place To Be, raising money for a fellow student’s family as he goes through treatment at Riley Childrens Hospital, performed a service project at CASA as part of the United Way Day of Caring, made Veterans Day cards to hand out to veterans in our nursing homes, volunteered at the Kiwanis pancake breakfast, planning a float to be pulled in the Christmas parade and planning to ring the Salvation Army bell to raise money for Clearinghouse during the Christmas season. They are already making our community better!
Builders Club students from Scottsburg Middle School braved the cold tempteratures to join Santa on the Square and ring the Salvation Army bell to raise money for Clearinghouse. All money collected will stay in Scott County and go to Clearinghouse.