January/February 2019 Date with history Hosted in a cemetery, an interactive Kiwanis dinner showcases some very special guests from the past.
March 2019 Air Force. At a famous Albuquerque balloon festival, local Kiwanians have it made in the shade..
April/May 2019 The Power of Play This issue of Kiwanis magazine is packed with pages about play.
June/July 2019 What If You Choose to Change the World?
August 2019 Clean Hands; Open Hearts. A Texas Key Club constructs a water station for Guatemalan schoolchildren.
September 2019 A Dangerous Debate. From misinformation on social media to advocacy groups reporting ‘fake news,’ vaccinating children has become a controversial topic. But why?
October/November 2019 Friend of the Family. 2019-20 Kiwanis International President Daniel Vigneron focuses on building community through friendship.
December 2019 Character Study. 2A progressive school in Turkey uses drama, art and music to help children learn.
January/February 2018 Down on the farm A golden celebration gives thousands of children a free day of learning and fun
March 2018 Stress test From social media burnout to school pressures, anxiety and stress have a hold on our kids
April/May 2018 Board games French artists create one-of-a-kind skateboards for charity
June/July 2018 Follow the leader Boy Scouts of America and Kiwanis: an enduring partnership
August 2018 Play ball An illustrated history of Kiwanis and baseball
September 2018 It takes a village A Belgian town comes together for film, food, family and fun
October/November 2018 Visions of greatness Poly Lat, your 2018-19 Kiwanis International president
December 2018 Simple kindness If we all started our day like Fred Rogers did, can you imagine the possibilities?
January/February 2017 History repeats Reenacting Canada’s Battle of Stoney Creek
March 2017 What if Kiwanis didn’t exist? In a world without Kiwanis, kids would suffer most
April/May 2017 Common threads A Kiwanis-sponsored sewing program helps women in Vanuatu become self-sufficient
June/July 2017 Water The world’s vanishing resource
August 2017 A cut above A Frankfort, Kentucky, Kiwanian uses his barbershop to help area kids.
September 2017 All that jazz New Orleans-style music takes center stage at a fundraising festival in Switzerland.
October/November 2017 Yes man When it comes to new-club opening, Kiwanis International’s 2017–18 President Jim Rochford won’t take no for an answer.
December 2017 Pick me up and use me A DIY guide to improving your club, helping your community and serving kids everywhere.
January/February 2016 Fear How it affects our lives and what we can do about it
March 2016 Explore! Pack your bags, it’s the travel issue
April/May 2016 The Kiwanis Exeter UFO Festival Flying Saucers! Where do they come from? What do they want?
June/July 2016 Major league music Kiwanis Music Festival hits all the right notes
August 2016 Homework How much is too much?
September 2016 Food festivals. Yum! A delicious Kiwanis tradition
October/November 2016 In living color As the 2016-17 president, Jane Erickson brings a bold vision to Kiwanis International
December 2016 Leaders of the future Key Leader prepares teens today to serve tomorrow
January/February 2015 100 years of service The Kiwanis anniversary issue
March 2015 Destiny’s children Montana Kiwanians help fund an orphanage in Uganda
April/May 2015 Signature circus German clubs raise Kiwanis’ public profile under the big top
June/July 2015 4 Riley kids Kiwanis and Riley Hospital for Children: A history of service
August 2015 Life in the clouds Serving children in the remote Honduran Highlands
September 2015 The cycle of life A Dutch cyclist rides through 20 countries to raise funds and awareness for Kiwanis
October/November 2015 First Sue Petrisin leads Kiwanis into a new century as the organization’s first female president
December 2015 Life in a food desert From big cities to farm communities, millions of families live with food insecurity