Many Key Club members were happy to participate and help out at the Kiwanis Run for Kids. Senior, Brendan May, placed first in the 1k and others placed well in both the 1k and 5k! This run was organized and run by the Kiwanis Club and we were so glad to be able to help them out, after all they have helped us with. Good job Key Clubbers!!
CHECK IT OUT Special thanks to sophomore, Claire Riordan, for designing and creating our very own website!! Follow the QR Code below or visit: www.slckeyclub.wix.com/slckeyclub
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Madison Donohue and
Emily Bond represented the 2014-2015 officers at the Officer Installation Ceremony on May 20th. University of Texas at Arlington was kind enough to allow us to use their campus to host such an amazing ceremony. Each incoming officer was presented with a pin to symbolize the responsibilities and duties of a Key Club Officer being passed on from the previous officers. In the bottom right picture, Madison and Emily stand with Andrew Loh(Lieutenant Governor 39S), Colin Gonzalez(District Treasurer, and Aysha Moneer(Lieutenant Governor 39N).
Key Club 2014 Spring Training This yearâ€™s Spring Training was a blast spending time with officers and other members from our area. Through attending forums, we learned our duties and responsibilities for the upcoming school year! Our club won most spirited and received an elephant head trophy as a reward. Keep up the good work and get ready for a great year!
Huge congratulations to seniors Brendan May and Brett Lepicier for being presented with the Kiwanis scholarship. At this past monthâ€™s Kiwanis meeting, these boys, along with a Key Club officer from Grapevine, were acknowledged for their hard work, dedication, and service throughout their high school years.
If you heard how much fun DCON was with people from around our district, imagine how life changing and international convention would be. From July 2-6 in Anaheim, Key Clubbers from around the world will get together to celebrate a successful year and plan for an even more service-packed year to come! We can not wait to hear all about it and hope to send members of our club to the International Convention in the upcoming year!
From the Governorâ€™s Project, to the Task of the Month, to service projects within our club. Members of Key Club are always looking for ways to serve.
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Heading into the new school year, we want to know what you are passionate about and what specific projects you want to see our club accomplish throughout the new school year. If you have any ideas about service events or ways to improve our club, please e-mail our project manager, Colt West, to get your ideas rolling. Coltwest555@gmail.com Thanks for all of the service you have done this past year. We hope you have an amazing summer!