Michigan District of Key Club
Message from the District Governor:
Adrian Key Club
My name is Drake Lambright and I proudly serve as the Governor for the Michigan District of Key Club. I am a proud member of the Adrian Kiwanis family and ever since Fall Rally my freshman year I have fallen more and more in love with Key Club every day. Key Club has taught me more about myself and more about the world than any other organization I have been a part of and I am so proud to be part of this amazing organization.
When I walked into our school’s first Key Club meeting my freshman year I had no idea that later that year I would become club president and continue my passion for service by applying for Lieutenant Governor the following year. Some of my greatest memories comes from District Board meetings and the fact that not only do I get to be a part of the board but I get to meet such amazing people who share the same passion for service like I do makes me see that there is good in the world.
I am ecstatic for the year ahead and I can’t wait for what’s to come! If you have any questions about our District Board or about the Michigan District of Key Club please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.mikeyclub.org.
Have a fantastic day everyone!
Yours in Service,
Message from Key Club District Administrator:
Kiwanis Club of South Lansing
Thank you for stopping by and checking out the Michigan District of Key Club International's page on the Michigan District of Kiwanis website!
My name is Bryan L. Crenshaw and I have the privilege and honor of serving as District Administrator of this GREAT organization. I say it is great because many years ago, I had the opportunity to join my high school Key Club and went on to serve as a Lt. Governor for my division. It is here where I had many opportunities to develop my leadership skills and build character through service, and develop my love for Kiwanis International.
As District Administrator, I am appointed by the Michigan District of Kiwanis Governor to lead a team of adults working with members of our student elected District Board. This Board has a Governor, Secretary, Treasurer, Bulletin Editor, 15 Lt. Governors for each division, and 5 committee chairs. My team includes myself, an Assistant Administrator in charge of our finances, an Associate Assistant Administrator responsible for meetings and conferences and 5 Zone Advisors, who work with a team of Lt. Governors. In this role, I also serve as a liaison for all of the Faculty/Kiwanis Advisors in the District.
As I am here to work with our student elected board, I am also here to work with Kiwanis Clubs that are interested in starting a Key Club at the local high school, or possibly a community based Key Club, which would be open to any 9th -12th grade student in your community. The community based Key Club model is new to our organization, and gives opportunities to Kiwanis Clubs to engage high school students who cannot start Key Clubs in their traditional high school. If you want more information on starting a Key Club, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com or 517-256-6573.