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Middletown High School Key Club First Meeting

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Skya Wright

on 2 September 2013

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Transcript of Middletown High School Key Club First Meeting

Amanda Elementary Carnival
"Caring-Our Way Of Life"
What Is Key
Club?
Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
Pledge-
I pledge, on my honor, to uphold the Objects of Key Club International; to build my home, school and community; to serve my nation and God; and combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.
MHS Key Club
Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
YUDA Bands
And many other things like....
Peanut Days
Christmas Families
Abilities First
Making blankets for Hope House
Trick or treat for UNICEF
Fall Rally
District Convention
Key 2 Change 5K Race
Relay 4 Life
Basically, we do really cool projects to help our school and community!
For example, in the past we have done service projects like.....
Key Club Agenda- 9/26/13
Peanut Days
Social Saturday!
Questions? Comments? Concerns?
What are YUDA Bands?
YUDA Bands are hand-crafted leather and coconut bracelets. High schools, jr. highs, and middle schools sell the bands at their school and in turn help the less fortunate in other countries! The project creates jobs and provides education for kids around the world.
The cost of one bracelet is $7 and every 175 bracelets we sell sends a child to school for a year.
Our sell days are Sept. 9-20. We NEED people to work the booth during lunch!
Peanut Days are this Friday and Saturday (Aug 30 and 31) at Marsh on University. If You would like to help out (Which we would love if you would!) Please come and sign up for a time.
Saturday, Sept. 14 we will be meeting at Kidd Coffee next to El Rancho Grande. This will be a day that we all get to hang out and just get to know each other! Be There Or Be Square!
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