2016-09-09 / Schools
Key Club serves community
High school students can serve their community outside of the school through Key Club.
Key Club members volunteer to serve those in need in their area outside school hours. They help with seniors, infants, children and mentally challenged adults. These students get other students involved, too.
They raise funds and they act as spirit coordinators. At graduation they can earn scholarships to further their education.
The Greater Santa Susana Kiwanis Club sponsors a Key Club at Santa Susana High School.
This past year the Kiwanis group awarded $1,500 in scholarship money to Breezy Scranton, club president who will be attending UC Davis, and Kayla Hoffman, spirit coordinator who will be attending California Lutheran University.
Belonging to Key Club builds character, and later on members can join the Kiwanis clubs in their areas.