The Mount Vernon Kiwanis Club hosted a Service Leadership Programs Night at the Mount Vernon Country Club on Feb 20, which featured presentations from young men, women and students involved in community service and leadership activities at schools in the area.
Attending the event were local school administrators, educators, principals, and advisors such as Deborah Tyler, Fairfax Country Public Schools Cluster IV assistant superintendent; Principal Nardos King, Mount Vernon High School; Principal Cliff Hardison, West Potomac High School; Principal Maura Caulfield, Stratford Landing Elementary School; Assistant Principal Kaaren Lowder, South County High School; and Kim Taylor-Wilson, acting coordinator of Student Services at Northern Virginia Community College. Students in attendance were youth leaders in their Kiwanis family of clubs including Circle K International, Key Clubs, Builders Club, and K-Kids.
Kiwanis is a global organization of members of every age who are dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time. Kiwanis strives to build strong character, teach leadership, generosity, and caring through numerous school, community, and global work projects and charities. To learn more about Kiwanis membership and youth programs, visit the Mount Vernon Kiwanis Club website at http://www.mtvernonvakiwanis.org.