As pointed out in post #3, most colleges don't care about your ECs. So unless you're planning on applying to one that does, the things that you are doing are all laudable but will not affect your admissions.
Except for the volunteering club you founded, much of what I see is member of this and that. So while they no doubt take up a lot of your time, this list is not going to impress adcoms at very selective colleges.
The question about impressive ECs comes up regularly on the forum. There is a thread with several posts by Northstarmom, a Ivy alum interviewer, about what constitutes impressive ECs from the point of view of the most selective colleges. The post is at http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/...at-s-good.html
As you will see from that link, at the most selective colleges they are looking for depth more than just participation. Stanford, for example, says
Students often assume our primary concern is the number of activities in which one participates. In fact, an exceptional depth of experience in one or two activities may demonstrate your passion more than minimal participation in five or six clubs. We want to see the impact you have had on that club, in your school, or in the larger community, and we want to learn of the impact that experience has had on you.
2 very interesting articles about ECs that stand out and how to get them (same author, different examples) are at How to Be Impressive
and Save This Grind?
While I don't agree with his rationale for why they work, take a look at these 2 articles and I think you'll get some original ideas.