MT Key Club participates in many community service projects


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Over 75 winter items were collected by the Miami Trace High School Key Club and donated to the Rose Avenue Community Center. Names from left to right of those available during school day period six: Cody Clyburn, Riley Evans, Elizabeth Kratzer, Rebecca Milstead (Rose Avenue representative), Kameron Rinehart, Tori Riley, Brett Lewis, Julia Barrett and Marissa Sheets.


The Miami Trace High School Key Club is in its third year of existence and the teenagers involved have been busy since the start of the school year.

The members created a monthly project calendar that has positively been upheld thus far. Those community service projects that have been completed include: Breast Cancer Awareness, Ronald McDonald House Hospitality Supplies Donation, Local Nursing Facilities Christmas Caroling, and Coats for Kids Drive.

In the coming months, they will be participating in March of Dimes, Serving at the Kiwanis Soup Supper, Canned Food Drive, National Earth Day Recognition, and the Eliminate Project (which combines with Kiwanis and UNICEF-United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund).

The Miami Trace district commends the Key Club members who place service as a priority in their lives. Current Key Club participants are: Julia Barrett, Jordan Bernard, Laura Capper, Cody Clyburn, Nick Elrich, Riley Evans, Tori Evans, Khenadi Grubb, Devin Howard, Elizabeth Kratzer, August Langley, Brett Lewis, Brianna Longberry, Todd Peterson, Abbi Pettit, Blake Pittser, Tori Riley, Kameron Rinehart, Coby Seyfang, Marissa Sheets, Clare Sollars and Katie Zeigler.

Submitted by the Miami Trace Local School District

Over 75 winter items were collected by the Miami Trace High School Key Club and donated to the Rose Avenue Community Center. Names from left to right of those available during school day period six: Cody Clyburn, Riley Evans, Elizabeth Kratzer, Rebecca Milstead (Rose Avenue representative), Kameron Rinehart, Tori Riley, Brett Lewis, Julia Barrett and Marissa Sheets.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_KeyClubCoatDrive.jpgOver 75 winter items were collected by the Miami Trace High School Key Club and donated to the Rose Avenue Community Center. Names from left to right of those available during school day period six: Cody Clyburn, Riley Evans, Elizabeth Kratzer, Rebecca Milstead (Rose Avenue representative), Kameron Rinehart, Tori Riley, Brett Lewis, Julia Barrett and Marissa Sheets.

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