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About the Carolinas District

About Carolinas Key Club

The Carolinas District began in 1942, when the first Key Club in the Carolinas District was founded at Charleston High School in Charleston, SC. Members of the Charleston Key Club strove to gain ideas concerning this organization by attending the Florida State Key Club Convention in 1943. They took part in organizing “The International Association of Key Clubs” and resolutely spread across the Carolinas. During 1947, with a total of 17 clubs, the Carolinas held the First Annual Carolinas District Convention in High Point, NC. Due to a lack of District officials, the meeting was led by Dick Davenport, Vice President of Key Club International. The convention delegates adopted District Board Bylaws and elected five officers: Governor, Secretary, Treasurer, and one Lt. Governor for each state.

Past District Officers

  • Past District Administrators
  • Past International Officers
  • Past District Governors
  • Past District Secretary/Treasurers
  • Past District Editors
  • Past District Webmasters
  • Past District Communications Specialists

District Honors

  • Key of Honor
  • Honorary Membership

District Project History

Since 1981, the District Project for the Carolinas District Key Clubs has been Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina. Located on the shores of Lake Waccamaw in southeastern North Carolina, Boys and Girls Homes provide shelter, food, clothing, education (including college for those wanting to attend), recreation, and spiritual development for children from birth to college age in both residential and foster care/adoption programs. For over 50 years, Boys and Girls Homes have helped thousands of children in need.

To learn more about the Boys and Girls Homes of NC and the Carolinas District's involvement, check out the District Project page