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In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the American Cancer Society held a Cancer Walk at the Rancho Jurupa Park in Riverside. The event was created to help raise funds for breast cancer research and patient services in order to give support to survivors, patients, caregivers, and the numerous amount of people saved from its early detection. Key Clubbers were able to help in the event by cheering on the walkers, helping out at booths, and cleaning up afterwards. Taylor Swartz helped out at the event by “handing out stickers and pamphlets… [and] sell[ing] balloons” at the one of the booths at the Walk. Paolo Marchi, along with other clubbers, “cheered the walkers as they were passing by” using pom-poms, balloon cheering sticks, and exuberant spirit. Afterwards, members helped clean up at the end of the event in taking down the Walk’s balloon archway and tables. Although the Walk consisted of a lot of work, members still had fun during the event by playing with the beanbag toss and showing their spirit in cheering on the Walk participants. Rainer Bautista says that “overall it was a great experience and it was fun cheering on the walkers.”Paolo Marchi also said that the event “was nice because [he] started talking to more of the members.” Alta Loma Key Club also spent time together, as a whole, after the event by hanging out at the park’s splash zone. Through the 84 teams and 643 participants of the event, the American Cancer Society was able to raise $26,261.97!
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.DD5ISJGU4UPSF XXX Across the street from Alta Loma High School, the MCC Thrift Store needed help reorganizing its donations. Alta Loma Key Clubbers were able to aid the old store by dedicating time off from their Saturday Night to retag/reprice, get rid of old items, and to further organize goods. At the thrift store, clubbers were given various duties over the span of two productive hours. The first job given to clubbers were to find items with red tags, which were to be bagged in order to be given away at the local homeless shelter. The second job was to scavenge for items with old tags and items with no labels on them so that they could be tagged with new ones. Lastly, another task delegated was to reshelve items. “It was nice to volunteer at the event, especially because the supervisor seemed very happy to have ‘a lot of volunteers,’ which is what she said when we arrived,” says Regina Tambunan. Alejandra Michel also said that she “love[d] helping out” at the event. Overall, having a now-weekly volunteering opportunity in our local community will hopefully get more clubbers to help out and to realize Key Club’s impact on our own neighborhood.
XXX This is an on-going event and will occur every Saturday from 5:30 to 7:30PM at 8673 Base Line Rd #A in the Sunrize Center, across from our school.
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Hello Alta Loma Key Clubbers! I hope you are all doing well and that you have been enjoying your experience in Key Club so far. As we enter the month of November, I hope many of you will be attending Fall Rally to truly experience just what Key Club is all about. Nonetheless, thank you for reading.
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