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Coronavirus/COVID-19 Important Links to Resources and Announcements

Data Dashboards

  1. Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 Global Cases Desktop version | Mobile version
  2. Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard

Symptoms People may experience:

  • Runny nose
  • Sore throat
  • Cough
  • Fever
  • Difficulty breathing (severe cases)

To Our Customers:

Like me, I’m sure you have been receiving updates from many of the companies you do business with about how they are responding to the current crisis.

We want to share how we are working to meet your needs during these uncertain times.  Keys To The City remains vigilant in our commitment to implementing ongoing practices to assure the well- being of our community and continued support to our customers.  We want to assure you that we are here for you during this challenging time.  We value the trust you place in our services.

Our on-line WEB presence is based here locally in Volusia County.  We will continue doing our best to giving you outstanding customer service you’ve come to expect from us.

We appreciate your patience and on-going necessary actions to keep our community safe as we collectively navigate this rapidly changing situation.

Wishing you peace and good health.

Mark Steighner

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Strike It Rich Kiwanis Party – Brannon Center NSB

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Brown Strike It Rich album cover showing the winner of Kiwanis $10,000 at strike-it-rich

Album complement of Keys To The City

The Kiwanis Strike It Rich Party is the most fun annual event in New Smyrna Beach! Come on out for dancing, dinner, open bar, and a chance to win $10,000. All net proceeds go to kids the children and teachers of SouthEast Volusia. This is the Kiwanis biggest fund-raiser. Last year they donated over $40,000 to kids and teachers in SEV.


Kiwanis helps kids around the world. Local clubs look out for our communities and the international organization takes on large-scale challenges, such as fighting disease and poverty.


We are creative with our ideas. Whether rolling up our sleeves or opening our wallets, Kiwanians make transformative changes in communities around the world. On average, members of the Kiwanis family host approximately 150,000 service projects and complete more than 18 million service hours a year. Every year, our clubs raise more than US$100 million to support community causes — in addition to supporting the Kiwanis Children’s Fund.


Kiwanians have a smile so big, you could say it stretches more than a hundred years.  What started as a way to bring people together for the greater good has grown into a global network of do-gooders — connected by a love of people and possibilities.


Kiwanis International is organized into clubs, divisions, districts and international. This multi-leveled leadership hierarchy means members are supported by a larger network of leaders who are prepared to help clubs be successful while improving communities.

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