Key Club International is the oldest (founded 1925) and one of the largest service programs for high school students. It is sponsored by Kiwanis and was established at WH in 1971.
Key Club is a student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through helping others. This organization asks students to contribute 60 hours of their personal time each year to community service. Past projects include: Project Linus, food bank donations, service at the Salvation Army kitchen, highway cleanups, and so forth. The club board members and general membership meet on alternating weeks; Tuesdays for board and Thursdays for general.
Please see Ms Martin in room 240 if you are interested in joining us.
Current KC Community Service Events...
NOVEMBER 6-17, 2017- Canned and Boxed Food Collection at WHHS
November 23rd: Volunteer hours 4AM to 1 PM
Sat. April 1. Key Club participated in the 32nd annual Cowtown Cleanup. They covered 5.5 miles of highway and roads in the Western Hills Area. Join Key Club in room 240 at lunch on Thursday April 6th as we prepare for our next service project: an Easter Egg Hunt!
On Saturday, December 17th, Key Club members met at 6:30 am at the Salvation Army to serve breakfast and restock their food pantry. Then on Saturday afternoon, we helped distribute gifts at Cowboy Santa. This year, Cowboy Santa provided gifts for over 5,000 low-income families in Fort Worth.