National Key Club Week begins


Julia Hatton – Mustangs Ahead

key club logo(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – National Key Club Week started Monday. During this week, all members are encouraged to represent their Key Club spirit.

On Monday, students were encouraged to wear either blue or gold, Key Club International’s colors, to school. They are also encouraged to make posters explaining the upcoming events Key Club is having.

On Tuesday, students are required to write a letter to at least one of the officers, thanking them for their hard work.

Key Club president senior Lindsey Hyer said, “I’m so glad that the students are representing Key Club to the school. I feel that the club should be more recognized.”

Wednesday is the day members are encouraged sign up and encourage others to sign up for the Miracle League event on the Key Club website.

On Thursday, students are highly encouraged to do random acts of kindness, like leaving a nice note to someone they wouldn’t normally talk to or hold the door open for someone.

Key Club Treasurer junior Stacey Balloch stated, “I think that everyone should do these random acts of kindness every day, and it should be normal for everyone. Random acts of kindness are a great way to feel good about yourself.”

On Friday, all members are encouraged to write a note to the Kiwanis adviser and research colleges that are part of the collegiate Circle K International organization.

This week, all the officers are excited to show the school Key Club spirit.

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