WHAT IS AN INTERCLUB?
An interclub is a visit by your club to the official meeting of another Kiwanis club or Service Leadership Program club (e.g., K-Kids, Builders Club, Key Club, CKI, or Aktion Club). Some Division or District meetings may have an inter club opportunity. If so, the host Kiwanis club will be noted. Two (2) members are needed to constitute an interclub.
WHAT IS A ROUND ROBIN?
A Round Robin is completed when your club has fulfilled the Round Robin requirements listed below.
1ST ROUND ROBIN BANNER PATCH | Clubs to do a total of six interclubs wherein a minimum of four to be done within their home division, and the remaining two can be within or outside of their home division.
2ND ROUND ROBIN BANNER PATCH | Clubs to do six interclubs, however 25% (2 interclubs) must be from clubs outside of their home division.
3RD ROUND ROBIN BANNER PATCH | Clubs to do six interclubs, however 50% (3 interclubs) must be to clubs they have not previously visited within the fiscal year.
4TH ROUND ROBIN BANNER PATCH | Completely up to each club to visit six clubs wherever they choose to get the fourth Round Robin Banner Patch.
Multiple Round Robins are possible. Forms for reporting Round Robins are available for download below and will be mailed to club secretaries. A Round Robin patch is awarded to the club at the following year’s Spring Divisional.