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March 2012 Key Club magazine

Random thoughts

What Key Clubbers are posting and tweeting about


We asked you the following questions on the official Key Club International Facebook page, and you answered!

Q: What's your favorite summer service project?

A: Working at the Foothill Unity Center's back-to-school drive with our Kiwanis. Low-income families can receive dental and vision screenings, haircuts, school supplies, clothes, backpacks and snacks all for free. Our club loves to help because we can see a difference right away with their smiles.
Amanda Aguilar
Monrovia High School Key Club

The Kiwanis antique show!
Shyanne Zitkovic
Salem High School Key Club

Q: This month commemorates the 35th anniversary of girls being allowed in Key Club. Has a female Key Clubber inspired you?

A: A female Key Clubber who has inspired me is Seanna Vien. She has always shown great leadership, service and spirit, and she has encouraged me since my freshman year to go higher in Key Club. She's the best president ever.
Jessica Huynh
California-Nevada-Hawaii District

Our president Nicole has been sick in the hospital for months and still manages to run meetings over the phone and organize events. She has changed our Key Club tremendously and made us the amazing club we are today. She is absolutely incredible and I can't thank her enough.
Torrie Manning
Capital District

Our public relations officer here in Logan, Utah, has been great. Thanks to her, we were able to raise more than 1,000 gently used coats, and we also raised more than US$1,000 to donate to an athlete who was paralyzed.
Erick Popoca
Utah-Idaho District