One of our long standing club traditions is to complete a Round Robin of interclubs (visiting other Kiwanis Clubs) every year. There are currently 15 clubs (not including ours) to visit plus in order to qualify we also must interclub at least once with our Key Club and once with a club outside our division. So that means we will need to schedule and complete 2 interclubs in at least 5 of the remaining months in order to qualify.
For our newer club members, an interclub is when at least 4 members of our club join another club for one of their meetings. It is a great way to get to know other Kiwanians and to pick up ideas for our own club.
Archive Photo March 1967
Woody Woodruff flew his Cessna from San Carlos to Lake Tahoe to insure an Interclub with these Woodside Terrace Kiwanians. Left to right are Glenn Peterman, Boyd Allen, Ed Voss and Woody Woodruff. A second Interclub was flown by Lloyd Williams. Thank you Jean Voss and Glenn Peterman for providing this wonderful picture of our rich history.