Category: Key Club
Kevin Zhang, Alexis Campbell and Marcos Valencia volunteered at the Scott County CASA Program’s Taste Of Scott County on 24 Apr at the Mid America Science Park. These SHS Key Club members helped serve drinks during the fundraiser for CASA. Pictured are Kevin and Alexis. Thanks to these Key Clubbers and the SHS Key Club for supporting this worthy cause!
The Scottsburg High School Key Club sent two members to the Key Club Indiana District Leadership Convention in Muncie, Indiana. Pictured are from left to right Isabella Staser, Vice President of the SHS Key Club; and Jesse Mays, Scenic Hills Division Lt Governor from the SHS Key Club. Izzy was a candidate for the District Bulletin Editor and Jesse is the current and newly re-elected Lt Governor for the Scenic Hills Division. The students engaged in workshops, attended presentations, an evening Oscar Like ball and participated in the District elections, retirement of officers and installation of new officers. The Key Club is the oldest Service Leadership Program sponsored by Kiwanis International. It develops leadership skills through the vehicle of community service. Congratulations to both these outstanding Key Club students.
Congratulations to the new Austin High School Key Club. They were chartered in a ceremony held at AHS. Charter Officers are President Skyler Coomer, Vice President Katie Lovell, Secretary Summer Squires, Treasurer Joseph Smith, Editor Kiley Birchwell, Senior Director Kaylin Carter, Junior Director Emily Pelston, Sophomore Director Olivia Miner and Freshman Director Luke Watts. There are sixty-two charter students in the club. The AHS Key Club is sponsored by the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club and hosted by Austin High School. Terry Davis is the Kiwanis Advisor and Rusty Jones & Chandra Tally are the Faculty Advisors. Key Club is an international student led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. Their vision is to provide caring, competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide. Key Club is one of the family of Kiwanis clubs in their Service Leadership Programs. Some of the projects they’ve been involved in this year include fundraising for a student’s family, creating and providing Valentine cards for every student at AHS, assisting with the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfasts, planning an Adopt a Grandparent Program and sending two students, Kiley Birchwell and Emily Pelston to the Indiana Key Club District Leadership Convention in Muncie, IN. The Kiwanis congratulate the AHS Key Club on their charter and look forward to serving the community with them.
Please note below the Maverick Challenge team from Austin High School will be in the regional finals this weekend! Congratulations to our team and thank you to Chandra Tally from Austin High School who has worked hard with these kids this year. Chandra is also one of our Faculty Advisors for the new Austin High School Key Club.
Thanks so much to Dave Church for mentoring this team.
Please see schedule below and additional details. I have done my best to accommodate everyone’s requested times.
Please note: The presentation time is 30 minutes this year. In an effort to ensure all finalists are judged fairly, we will not allow the presentations to go over 30 minutes (this includes the Q&A).
Also, please let your students know the first place prize this year is $3,000- a definite incentive for any group!
Location: Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce
500 Franklin St.
Columbus, IN 47201
Prizes will be given for:
1st Place: $3,000
2nd Place: $1,500
3rd Place: $1,000
Judges Choice: $500 (this will be up to the judges- it could be best verbal presentation, most innovative, etc.
Congratulations to the Austin High School Key Club! They conducted a service project for Valentines Day at Austin High School. Many students receive valentines cards but many students never receive a valentines card. The AHS Key Club remedied that by getting valentines cards and signed them with notes for every student in Austin High School! What a simple idea with a tremendous impact! Well done!! I’m really proud of these kids.