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Serving in the Community

The Aktion Club is an official Kiwanis-sponsored Service Leadership Program, which works in close partnership with the DSCBA. This program is oriented to adult citizens who live with disabilities and who are interested in providing service to their communities.

The Aktion club members have invaluable opportunities to: 

-Give back to the community through meaningful service.

-Build relationships with community members who enjoy helping people achieve their full potential.

-Learn Kiwanis values such as friendship, altruism and goodwill.

-Develop leadership skills and initiative by serving as a club officer.

-Participate in annual Aktion Club contests.

-Enjoy the fun and fellowship of a true club experience.

The Aktion Club meets every second Wednesday of every month from 6:00–6:30pm at the DSCBA Danville office. If interested in joining or for more information, contact Marianne at Marianne@dscba.org or (925) 362-8660 x103.