by MORGAN GARSKI, ALEXIS KOESSL and JORDAN SQUIRES
Join Key Club! It is a great way to give back to your community, meet new friends, and gain service hours. Key Club stands for Kiwanis Educating Youth, meaning it allows students to branch out and build character by giving leadership positions such as President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Bulletin Editor.
The main focus of the International club is to give back to communities as much possible. We are constantly trying to find service projects. Some events include trick-or-treating for UNICEF, Feed My Starving Children, Shalom Center Food Drive, the Linus Project, and many more.
Every year, there is a district wide convention, ours being in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It is a three-day long event that encourages members to become better leaders and better samaritans. The club meets every Thursday in room 231 at 3:10. Our Google Classroom code is s1fadkm and our Remind code is @tremperkey. If you are interested in Key Club, please come to a meeting!