See what's going on in our club and how you can get involved by checking out the agenda below.

November 15th Agenda

posted Nov 16, 2017, 7:18 PM by Phillipsburg Key Club

October 4 Agenda

posted Oct 8, 2017, 12:27 PM by Phillipsburg Key Club

Pork Roll Palooza @ Riverside Square, Sat Oct 14
Fall Harvest @ ECLC, Oct 19 from 6-7pm
Pancake Breakfast @ Applebees, Oct 21
Firth Youth Center Project, Oct 28, 10am-2pm 
Fall Fest @ Shappell, Oct 28, 2-6pm
NORWESCAP Culinary Celebration @ Beaver Brook Country Club, Oct 30, 5-8pm
Veteran's Tribute, Nov 12
Unicif Boxes
Math Tutoring 
Shoe Drive
Canned Goods

Beginning of the Year Agenda

posted Sep 5, 2017, 8:05 PM by Phillipsburg Key Club

Saturday 9/16- Soup Kitchen at Wesley United Methodist Church
Thursday 9/21- Under the Big Top at ECLC
Saturday 9/23- Running Concession stand at the Food Bank for the Vendor Fair
Sunday 10/8- Fall Rally at Great Adventure
Saturday 10/14- Phillipsburg Pork Roll Palooza 
Saturday 10/21- Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast at Applebee's 
Kiwanis Shoe Drive throughout September and October
Collecting food for District Project- Hunger in NJ- all year long 
Donate to Hurricane Harvey Victims

Dinosaur Train

posted Aug 5, 2017, 7:35 PM by Phillipsburg Key Club

Need volunteers from 9:30-6 (can split into shifts) on August 12 and August 13. Same location as thomas the tank.

Summer Agenda

posted Jun 7, 2017, 6:57 PM by Phillipsburg Key Club

1. Math Tutoring 
  • Free Public Library from 6-8. 
  • Last one is on June 13
2. Food Drive collection barrel outside Key Club Room. 
  • 3 Items=1 service hour (Ends Wednesday June 14)

3. First Book Warren Book drive
  • 2 children's books=1 service hour (Ends Wednesday June 14) 

4. Gently used shoes needed for Kiwanis Shoe Drive 
  • throughout May and June

5. Graduation Concession Stand. 
  • Volunteers needed from 4-6 on June 16

6. Babysitting at Head Start
  • June 19 and June 22
  • Fisher Ave. Community Room
7. Phillipsburg Ole Towne Festival at Walters Park
  • Operate concessions and craft tent
  • Friday June 23 and Saturday June 24
  • Can sign up for 2 hour shifts 
8. Thomas the Tank 
  • Friday July 7 and Friday July 14
  • 8:30am-1:30am or 1:00pm-6:00pm
9. Birthday Cards for a terminally ill boy
  • His name is Jacob and he is turning 15
  • Give any cards to any officer by the end of the year
10. Farmers Market
  • July 20 and August 17
  • 3:30-6:30
  • Shappell Park


April 25 Agenda

posted Apr 29, 2017, 4:36 PM by Abe Frey   [ updated May 20, 2017, 3:17 PM ]

Club Agenda: April 25, 2017


  1. Math Tutoring @ Phillipsburg Free Public Library in the Quiet Room

  • Every Tuesday from 6-8pm: Tutor students in Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, and Geometry


  1. Food Drive

  • NJ’s District Project this year is Hunger in NJ

  • We will be collecting nonperishable food items throughout the year.

  • For every 3 items you bring, you will receive one service hour.

  • A collection barrel is outside the key club room


  1. First Book Warren book drive

  • Donate used books for children (grades Pre-K through third grade)

  • For every two books you donate, you will a get a service hour.


  1. Head Start/Early Head Start babysitting (4/26)

  • 6—7:30 at the Fisher Ave. Community Room


  1. Letter Carrier’s Food Drive (5/13)

  • Help out at Food Bank in Phillipsburg


  1. Comic Con on 5/13

  • Key club will run its own table. Please see Caleb for more details.


  1. Start saving gently used shoes for the Kiwanis Shoe Drive--takes place in April, May, and June


  1. Frolic in the Park at Walters Park  (5/4, 5—7 pm)

  • Help with games and refreshments and handing out books.


  1. Host the Regional Training Conference (5/21) 

  • Need to get some food donations for breakfast and lunch

  • Also need volunteers to help set up at 7:30. Will need some help throughout the day. Ends at 1:00pm


  1. Committee Chairs

  • If anyone is interested in running for a committee chair position, please ask Mr. Babbitt for a form. (We do not have them printed yet)

  • Committee Chairs: Scrapbook, member relations, social, math matters, food drive, fundraising, and major emphasis


  1. Key Club Banquet

  • May 18th—you will be invited if you have enough service hours (10 hours)

  • We need help writing the addresses on invitations, for each AP day you come you will get a service hour. This will start next week.

  • We will also need drink and dessert donations for service hours.


  1. “Feed the Bus”

  • May 1st—June 1st

  • Voorhees will be moving a bus to different locations throughout the month to draw attention to the drive and to provide a place for the food to be collected.

March 22, 2017

posted Mar 28, 2017, 3:44 PM by Caleb Frey

  • Math Tutoring @ Phillipsburg Free Public Library in the Quiet Room
    • Every Tuesday from 6-8pm: Tutor students in Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, and Geometry
  • Food Drive
    • NJ’s District Project this year is Hunger in NJ
    • We will be collecting nonperishable food items throughout the year.
    • For every 3 items you bring, you will receive one service hour.
    • A collection barrel is outside the key club room
  • First Book Warren book drive
    • Donate used books for children (grades Pre-K through third grade)
    • For every two books you donate, you will a get a service hour.
  • District Convention (March 31st–April 2nd)
    • Consists of awe-inspiring sessions and workshops, the leg-breaking dances, and the thought provoking campaigns
    • If you are attending there is a mandatory meeting in Mr. Babbitt’s room this Thursday at 6:30. Parents must attend.
  • Scrapbook for DCON
    • Every year we make a scrapbook for DCON
    • If you are interested in helping out this year, please see one of the officers or the scrapbook committee chairs, Kirstin and Audrey.
  • Soup Kitchen on 4/15 at Wesley United Methodist Church
    • We'll be making ham, scalloped potatoes, and a vegetable.
    • Need dessert donations for service hours.
  • Letter Carrier’s Food Drive (5/13)
    • Help out at Food Bank in Phillipsburg
  • Comic Con on 5/13
    • Key club will run its own table. Please see Caleb for more details.
  • Start saving gently used shoes for the Kiwanis Shoe Drive-- takes place in April, May, and June
  • Saturday, April 8 we need volunteers to stand outside of Stop & Shop
    • Hand out slips of paper with the most needed food items listed and collect the food that people give. 
    • It is a big company-wide food drive with all 199 Stop & Shop stores in the Metro NY area participating.

March 2017

posted Mar 5, 2017, 11:05 AM by Caleb Frey

  • Math Tutoring @ Phillipsburg Free Public Library in the Quiet Room
    • Every Tuesday from 6-8pm: Tutor students in Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, and Geometry
  • Food Drive 
    • NJ’s District Project this year is Hunger in NJ
    • We will be collecting nonperishable food items throughout the year. 
    • For every 3 items you bring, you will receive one service hour. 
    • A collection barrel is outside the key club room
  • “Paws and Claws” at ECLC 
    • From 6-8 on March 9th 
    • Need Key clubbers to help out with animal related activities. 
  • District Convention (March 31st–April 2nd) 
    • A weekend in Ocean Place Resort and Spa, located right on the beach.
    • Consists of awe-inspiring sessions and workshops, the leg-breaking dances and the thought provoking campaigns
    • Many competitions such as a scrapbook, digital poster, non-digital poster, t-shirt, video, oratorical, essay, and talent competition. 
    • If you want to attend, you must take a packet today and return it by Friday. 
  • Scrapbook for DCON 
    • Every year we make a scrapbook for DCON
    • If you are interested in helping out this year or have any ideas for a theme, please see one of the officers or the scrapbook committee chairs, Kirstin and Audrey.

February 1, 2017

posted Feb 3, 2017, 9:50 AM by Caleb Frey   [ updated Mar 5, 2017, 11:04 AM ]

  • Math Tutoring @ Phillipsburg Free Public Library in the Quiet Room
    • Every Tuesday from 6-8pm: Tutor students in Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, and Geometry
  • Food Drive 
    • NJ’s District Project this year is Hunger in NJ
    • We will be collecting nonperishable food items throughout the year. 
    • For every 3 items you bring, you will receive one service hour. 
    • A collection barrel is outside the key club room
  • Family Fun Night at ECLC
    • From 6-8 on February 16th.
    • Students will be helping kids and their families play Extra large Jenga, Giant Kerplunk, Musical Squares, Cup Stacking and Pictionary 
    • There will also be a craft table and a snack table
  • Club Elections coming up next meeting.
    • Seniors will not be allowed to vote, but still come to help count votes. 
    • There are seven positions: President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer, Editor, and Webmaster. 
    • Please make every effort to come to this meeting. 
  • First Book Warren book drive 
    • Donate used books for children (grades Pre-K through third grade)
    • For every two books you donate, you will a get a service hour. 
  • District Convention (March 31st–April 2nd) 
    • A weekend in Ocean Place Resort and Spa, located right on the beach.
    • Consists of awe-inspiring sessions and workshops, the leg-breaking dances and the thought provoking campaigns
    • Many competitions such as a scrapbook, digital poster, non-digital poster, t-shirt, video, oratorical, essay, and talent competition. 
    • The cost is $290. HOWEVER, we will be selling the Lehigh Valley coupon books for $25. For each book you sell, Key Club gets $12.50. If you are interested in selling a book please see an officer. 
  • Scrapbook for DCON 
    • Every year we make a scrapbook for DCON
    • If you are interested in helping out this year or have any ideas for a theme, please see one of the officers or the scrapbook committee chair, Kirstin. 

January 11, 2016

posted Jan 8, 2017, 2:01 PM by Caleb Frey

  • Math Night at the ECLC Thursday, Jan. 12
    • 6-8 pm
    • Need Key Club members to assist with sign-ins, and help escort families to classrooms, where they will learn how to help their children with homework
    • Math skills not required 

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