The Scottsburg High School Key Club made Valentines Cards and distributed them to residents at Hickory Creek to celebrate Valentines Day. Pictured are Olivia Watson and Alyssa Bray delivering the cards. Members of the club made the cards during one of their meetings. They enjoyed visiting with the residents and look forward to visiting them more and participating in other activities. Key Club is a student led organization sponsored by the Kiwanis Club that develops leadership skills through community service. The students determine what projects they do and plan them with the help of their Faculty Advisor, Angela Bray and Kiwanis Advisor, Al Riggle.
The Scottsburg Kiwanis Club presented $800 in scholarship awards to Madyson White, Tanner Craig and Josiah Croasdell at their dinner meeting at The Kithen on The Square.Pictured with the students are Kiwanians Maryrose McWhirter and Darryl Smith. Madyson is a graduate of Austin High School and will be attending Indiana University to study Resource Management and Marketing; Tanner is a graduate of Austin High School and will be attending Evansville University to study Mechanical Engineering; and Josiah is a graduate of Scottsburg High School and will be attending Taylor University to study Physics and Engineering.Congratulations to these outstanding students and best wishes as they continue their studies.
Scottsburg Kiwanis Club President Terry Davis presented $1,400 in scholarship awards to five students at a recent dinner/meeting at The Kitchen on The Square in Scottsburg. Scholarship recipients were Rachelle Jones from Austin High School who will be attending the University of Southern Indiana, Shelby Cole from Austin High School who will be attending Hanover College, Makalyn Brown from Scottsburg High School who will be attending Bellarmine University, Alexa Howser from Scottsburg High School who will be attending Indiana University and Kayla Morris from Scottsburg High School who will be attending Indiana State University. The Kiwanis congratulated these outstanding students on their accomplishments and wished them the best of luck with their studies.
Brooklyn Niccum, graduate of Scottsburg High School, received a $400 scholarship from the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club at a recent dinner/meeting at The Kitchen on The Square in Scottsburg. Scholarship Committee members Maryrose McWhirter and Darryl Smith are pictured presenting the award to Brooklyn. She will study Pre-Pharmacy at the University of Indianapolis. The Kiwanis congratulate Brooklyn on her success and wish her the best in her studies.
Scottsburg Kiwanis Club President Terry Davis presented $800 in scholarships to Scottsburg High School graduates Emma Waskom and Grace Hicks at a recent club dinner/meeting at The Kitchen on The Square in Scottsburg. Emma will be attending Indiana University and Grace will be attending Indiana State University. The Kiwanis members congratulated both of these outstanding students on their graduation and accomplishments and wished them the best as they continue their studies in college.
Scottsburg High School Key Club members Jesse Mays and Izzy Staser recently spoke at the Kiwanis dinner meeting at The Kitchen on the Square about their experiences attending the Key Club Indiana District Leadership Convention in Muncie, IN. Pictured with Jesse and Izzy is Kiwanis President Terry Davis. Jesse just finished serving as the Key Club Scenic Hills Division Lt Governor and was re-elected to serve as Lt Governor for 2017-18. Scenic Hills includes Key Clubs at Scottsburg, Austin High, Henryville, Jeffersonville, and Charlestown High Schools and Renaissance Academy. As Lt Governor she serves on the Key Club Indiana District Board. Izzy is finishing her year as Vice President of the Scottsburg High School Key Club. She has served as Chair for the Community Service Committee and will serve next year as the Webmaster for the club. The students attended the three day convention which included projects, workshops, seminars, a gala dinner and election of officers for the District for 2017-18. The club members thanked Jesse and Izzy for their presentation and discussed the importance of providing this opportunity to more students next year.