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Key Club Sisterhood reunites in Guam

The global connections forged during challenging times highlight the profound impact of club sisterhood on the growth and development of young leaders in Kiwanis.

In a heartwarming reunion, Takarazuka Nishi High School from Japan commenced their first visit to St. Paul Christian School (SPCS) Key Club in Guam, after the pandemic disrupted their annual school trips to the nation in four years.

A total of 256 juniors from Takarazuka Nishi engaged in a school exchange program with St. Paul Christian School (SPCS), while 28 International Course students participated in a two-night homestay program.

The Kiwanis Club of Guam played an important role in the welcome ceremony, showcasing the rich diversity through a Philippine Muslim Fan dance and extending warm greetings to the visiting Japanese students.