March 31, 2015
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Need help with the Member Update Center? - Monday, March 02, 2015
Election Packets Available - Wednesday, January 21, 2015

For more information about running for the Ohio District Board, please see the "Elections" tab.

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The Ohio District Key Club bylaws have been updated, again.

Click here to download the revised bylaws.

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Register for The Ohio District International Convention Tour!

Get ready for a fun filled tour with the Ohio District to the heartland of the K-family: Indianapolis. Come and celebrate the 100th Aniversary of Kiwanis and jam out to a concert performed by Hellogoodbye. 


Register Now

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Have any Key Club Photos you Want to Share?

Star in our district slideshow for this DLC! Make sure to turn it all in soon! Send you photos to the distrcit Historian Leah McInturf at

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The Ohio District Proudly Announces its New Mascot!

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Fall Rally Promo Video

Check out the Fall Rally Advertisment made by Anna Popa:

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Welcome to the Ohio Key Club Web Site!

The Ohio District of Key Club works hard to give its members a variety of resources for leadership development, the building of new clubs, and improving of the Key Club experience. If you are interested in more activities for your club, or ways to become a better leader, look no further!

What is Key Club?

Key Club is the oldest and largest service organization for high school students. One of the most unique aspects of Key Club is that it is comprised of a number of different levels: divisional/local, District/State and International.

Today, Key Clubs exist at more than 5,000 high school campuses, primarily in the United States. However, growth efforts have allowed Key Club to expand into Canada, the Caribbean, Central and South America, and most recently to Asia and Australia.

Don't have a Key Club in your school? Key Clubs are by far the easiest clubs to start, because the steps are laid out for you! Plus, nothing says "college material" like starting a new club at your school.