Jenna Hernandez – Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- The LRHS Key Club has had a very active year. Every week members volunteer in the community and help others. The officers run the meetings and plan the events and now Key Club elected their new officers for the 2019-2020 school year.
The winners will act as role models for members and provide help or answers to questions in about club. Here are the winners:
President – Lindsey Hyer
The club president serves as the club’s chief executive officer, responsible for setting and monitoring the goals of the club and running club meetings. The president is also the face of the club, so it is encouraged that they attend divisional council meetings (DCMs), maintain enthusiasm and plan service projects.
“I’m really excited to be part of this active and important organization,” said Hyer. “Key Club has a big impact on my life and I’m happy to continue to have that in my life.”
Vice-President – Isabella Liberti
The importance of the office of vice-president can be summarized in one word: service. The vice president serves the president, other club officers, committees and the general membership.
Liberti says “I am excited for this upcoming year and job responsibility. I know we will be working as hard as we can to make the club better.”
Secretary – Jenna Hernandez
The office of secretary is one of the most demanding and rewarding positions in the organization. The secretary is responsible for taking minutes, keeping records and maintaining all-important files for the club. Submitting pride reports and filling out the Officer Information Form (OIF) are other major responsibilities of the club secretary.
Treasurer – Stacy Balloch
The club treasurer controls the club’s money, both its collection and disbursement. That person also works hand-in-hand with the club secretary to keep track of which members paid dues.
Webmaster – Brooke Mantone
The webmaster is responsible for the operations of the Key Club website. The webmaster ensures that the information for service events and projects are up to date on the website.
The Key Club meets 2:30 p.m. every other Tuesday in LRHS art teacher and Key Club adviser Terry Thompson’s room, 509.