Felix Rippy backs the Kiwanis Educated Youth Club Program

Kiwanis Clubs

Felix Rippy spent more than two decades as the founder and leader of a Mason, Texas, law firm that provided family law services to clients throughout Williamson County. Felix Rippy engages with a variety of community organizations, including a 10-year run as president of the Round Rock, Texas, chapter of Kiwanis Club.

The Kiwanis Club in Round Rock, Texas, has maintained a variety of philanthropic services and fundraising projects throughout the local community for more than 60 years. A number of these services are directed towards helping in-need Texas youths, such as the Kiwanis Educated Youth (Key) Club program.

High school students engaged in Key Club activities are provided with numerous opportunities to perform services that benefit the local community, as well as their own character and educational development. Club programs are particularly valued in regards to developing strong leadership qualities, as services are, for the most part, run by the student members.

The Round Rock of the Kiwanis Club chapter oversees Key Club activities at several area high schools, including Pflugerville High School, McNeil High School, and Stony Point High School. To learn more about specific club activities and opportunities, please visit www.roundrockkiwanis.portalbuzz.com, or visit the Key Club International website,
www.keyclub.org. The Round Rock Morning Sunrisers Kiwanis Club was led by Felix Rippy for more than a decade in these endeavors, and now that Felix Rippy has moved to Indiana these important programs have been taken over by the Round Rock Noon Kiwanis Club.