Patriots unlock the key to service with Key Club

The Patriots welcome a new organization called “Key Club.” Key Club is an international service organization for high school students. Key Club’s student-led organization aims to encourage leadership through serving others. The leaders of this club intend to meet their goals through various community service projects and activities. The first volunteering activity will be for the food bank during school in February, and the second opportunity will be for Fiesta in April.

The club’s founder and President, Senior Jason Choi, has been making preparations for this club since the summer of 2023. For example, some of these preparations have included contacting the International Kiwanis Club administrator, ultimately leading him to speak with the Key Club governor of the Oklahoma Texas District. When collaborating with these sources, Choi found a sponsor within Jack Leonhardt and The Golden K ARC, Army Residence Community,  along with Yvette Poe, PEIMS manager and Barbra Brunee, Liberty Bell coach, as club advisors.

“Joining the club has no requirements except for being good-natured, although if you surround yourself with negativity and are negative, you will get kicked out,” Poe stated.

The Key Club aims to empower those involved in good deeds for their community and give people a voice. Exposing individuals to connections in the outside world leads to an outstanding impact regarding positive influences.

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 “Serving the community is important as it helps you become familiar with the different cultures in your area while helping yourself and the people around you,” Choi said.

 In addition, colleges look for well-rounded individuals involved in various extracurricular activities, especially those interested in community service and volunteer work that enrich leadership qualities. Joining the club can contribute significantly to your future applications and future self.

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