New England & Bermuda District of Kiwanis

The New England and Bermuda District of Kiwanis International consists of the Kiwanis Clubs in the six New England states and the British Overseas Territory of Bermuda. Together, we are serving the children of the world!

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Many Kiwanis clubs distinguish themselves with signature service projects focused on children’s literacy and reading. Are you looking to make a similar impact with your club? This workshop will highlight outstanding and inspiring literacy projects from across our District that you can start in your own community! See MoreSee Less

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Hello I am kiwanian also from Philippine keep safe Godbless

Please share any questions for our presenters here on the live stream and we will ask them at the end!

Calling all club officers! The New England and Bermuda District will be hosting virtual club officer training in July. Go to the district website for more information: tiny.cc/nebdk-cle See MoreSee Less

Calling all club officers! The New England and Bermuda District will be hosting virtual club officer training in July. Go to the district website for more information: http://tiny.cc/nebdk-cle

Learn different ways to organize your club using technology such as Google Drive, Google Groups, Google Calendar, Virtual payments such as Square, Venmo, PayPal and communication streamline services like Slack. See MoreSee Less

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Welcome to tonight's virtual workshop: Using Technology to Organize your Club. If you have questions for our presenters, you can post them here!

So you still need to keep Kiwanis Connect to do your monthly reports?

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Lieutenant Governor training is underway: Governor-Elect Gayla Bartlett and her 2021-2022 Lieutenant Governor team have been working hard to prepare (and create some sparkle) for the next Kiwanis year through virtual LTG training. See MoreSee Less

Lieutenant Governor training is underway: Governor-Elect Gayla Bartlett and her 2021-2022 Lieutenant Governor team have been working hard to prepare (and create some sparkle) for the next Kiwanis year through virtual LTG training.

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Sparkles indeed

Learn about chartering Service Leadership Program (SLP) from the perspectives of CKI District Administrator Maryann Belason, Key Club District Administrator Will Bradford, Immediate Past CKI Governor Alison Lunny, and Past Key Club Lieutenant Governor Ana Rodrigues. See MoreSee Less

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Welcome to tonight's virtual workshop! If you have questions for our presenters about chartering SLP clubs, you can post them here and we will ask them during our Q&A session at the end!

Does your club feel the need to reinvent yourselves after every new board is installed? If your club is tired of feeling stuck and that progress is slow, or that you’re working too hard and feeling that things are falling through the cracks; you are not alone. Enhance your club’s value proposition and impact in your community by developing a strategic plan and execution framework. See MoreSee Less

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Welcome to tonight's workshop! If you have questions for Joe about strategic planning, share them here in the live stream and we will ask them at the end!

I am watching on facebook after the fact. I can't access the link to register. Could you send it to me?

Now that you have invited new members into your club, what is next? Plan a New Member Orientation so your members understand Kiwanis structure and the impact we have on our communities! See MoreSee Less

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Welcome to tonight's workshop! If you have questions for our presenters, please post them here and we will ask them at the end during our Q&A.

Hi! I am Doris, a Kiwanian from the Philippines!

Good day from Philippine South District

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Register for virtual workshops here: http://tiny.cc/nebdk-jun21workshops

Hear from millennial Kiwanians about why they joined Kiwanis and what they look for in a Kiwanis club. See MoreSee Less

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You can post your questions for the panel here in the chat!

Welcome to tonight's virtual workshop! If you have questions for our panelists, please post them here in the chat and we will ask them at the end of the session.

Land Acknowledgement: We acknowledge that the land each of us live, learn, and thrive on are the traditional, ancestral, and unceded homelands of Indigenous and tribal nations. My home is on the original homelands of the Wappinger tribal nations. We acknowledge the genocide and systems of oppression that have dispossessed Indigenous people of their lands and we honor and respect the diverse and beautiful peoples still connected to this land. If you are new to land acknowledgments, we encourage you to look for reputable resources of information: Visit native-land.ca to get started with identifying the Indigenous tribes and peoples of the area in which you live and/or work on. Search the websites of your work or of other local organizations to see if they have developed land acknowledgments you can learn from and adapt. Visit the websites of Indigenous nation(s) and organizations local to the area in which you live and/or work to learn more.

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