Key Club Participates in District Convention
Members of North High Schools Key Club participated in the 68th annual District Convention held in Chandler, Arizona on April 13-15, 2018. Attending the conference were nearly 500 Key Club members, sponsors, and chaperones from Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. The conference celebrates the achievements of Key Clubs and their members.
North’s Yennifer Lopez won first place for her digital poster promoting Key Club. The club was awarded a trophy for its single service project when it hosted Trauma Week, a collaborative project with Banner Health Care to promote driving safety. Receiving the 150-hour service pins were Isabel Joyce and Yennifer Lopez. Receiving the 100-hour service pins were Monica Ortiz and Iris Yanez.
Bridget Martinez was elected as a Lieutenant Governor for the Southwest Division of Key Club International. Bridget will work with 12 high schools to promote community service. She will also attend International Convention in Chicago.
A HUGE shout out to our librarian Ms Shoup who provided emergency, last minute help to our club and made the digital poster a reality.
Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. Key Club has more than 300,000 high school members in nearly 5,000 clubs, and is represented in 31 countries.