Worth County High School Key Club Recharters After 9 Years

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The Key Club is partnered with our local Kiwanis Club. They are a civic organization with the mission to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. The WCHS Key Club has rechartered with fifteen current members. Day Leigh Story was elected to serve as the 2017-2018 President. Key club has been very busy since reorganization, supporting Ram Spirit and our leadership within our school and community. Service is a key component in Key Club. This Christmas season Key Club has partnered with Teresa Parkerson, the director of Hungry at Home. This organization will provide non-perishable foods for children at our schools. They have also joined in with our Chamber of Commerce for the Christmas Clearing House. All toys collected will be distributed throughout the county. The senior members have been very excited about the re-activation of the club and they are elated about embracing their civil duties. Key Club looks forward to the many new civic endeavors that will help benefit their community and school.

 

Key Club is proud to announce our newly elected officers and members.

President -- Day Story

Vice-President -- Jakori Edwards

Secretary -- Hannah Holton

Treasurer -- Laura Lane

Members:

William Bell

Kasey Black

Ruiz Delgado

Marquez Hope

David James

Zachary Lail

Alex McDonald

Heather Norris

Abigail Thongbai

Abigail Daniel

 

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