Serving the Children of the World
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In order to carry out all the projects that Kiwanis is involved with throughout the year, each member is asked to join one or more committees.

Name Chairs Description
Board of Directors The board of directors meets at least once a month and at the call of the president or by call of a majority of the board of directors. The Standard Form for Club Bylaws is the reference for board responsibilities: Membership - Articles III, IV • Procedure for admitting members • Senior and honorary membership • Resignations Discipline - Article V • Suspension and reinstatement of membership Structure - Articles VII, XI • Board member qualifications • Board responsibilities (determine
Community Service The Committee on Community Services should implement projects on the arts, business affairs, citizenship, civic improvement, community beautification, conservation, health, international understanding, literacy, public affairs, safety, or help for senior citizens and disabled persons. Projects include Farm/City Week Banquet, Charitable Giving, and Salvation Army Bell-Ringing.
Fair Committee Project of Finance & Fundraising Committee. Manages the Iredell County Agricultural Fair - Fund Raiser for the Club
Finance The Committee on Finance is responsible for preparing a budget of estimated income and expenses for submission to the board of directors, overseeing the audit of Club account's, as well as any recommendations it may have on financial matters of the club. It also is responsible for securing the funds necessary to meet budget requirements.
Fundraising This committee is resposible for fundraising for general operating as well as for service projects as needed.
House Committee Responsible for arrangement and set up of special events and the coordination of meals
Human & Spiritual Values The Committee on Human and Spiritual Values should implement projects that support spiritual development, provide human companionship and comfort, or offer counseling and guidance. Projects can encourage interfaith and interdenominational religious activity, such as prayer, but should not support a specific religious sect. Popular projects include prayer breakfasts, layman of the year awards, transportation to religious services, visits to nursing homes, and support of grief counseling.
Inter-Club Committee Responsible for scheduling and or tracking interclubs
Membership, Growth /Public Relations
Young Children:Priority One The Committee on Young Children: Priority One should implement projects for children, prenatal through age five. Projects can address maternal and child health, childcare, early development, nutrition, parenting education and support, advocacy, pediatric trauma, or safety. Popular projects include encouraging literacy, assisting childcare and preschool programs, distributing the homesafety checklist, conducting bicycle safety programs, and assisting with immunization programs.
Youth Services The Committee on Youth Services should implement projects for children, age five through late teens. Locally, the Committee oversees the Dictinary Project, Scholarships and Terrific Kids Program.