Key Club awarded "Most Improved Club"

Rosary’s Key Club has been awarded the “Most Improved Key Club” among the fourteen schools within Division 30 South. The club officers worked hard this past year to increase membership involvement in service projects. Current president Kristyn Byrd reported that the club doubled their service hours, as well as doubling the amount raised and donated to the Pediatric Trauma Program.

 Laurel Kessler, Rosary's Key Club Vice President for the 2016-2017 term, expressed that "Last term I served our club as Secretary which was both a rewarding and challenging experience, especially with the monthly paperwork and deadlines. One thing I enjoyed about being Secretary was that I was able to help earn recognition for our club. We were awarded multiple certificates over the course of the year, and a club award at DCON! I hope that this term is even more successful!"

 Aidan Crowley, Rosary's Key Club News Editor, mentioned "I've been involved since freshman year, and from member to secretary to president, I have loved helping this club grow and flourish in our love for service. Being President and working with fellow board officers to find creative new ways to serve the community has been a rewarding experience, and I am so glad we won Most Improved Club of the division. We couldn't have done it without our faculty moderators and each and every club member, because everyone did their part to support the club and the community. I can't wait to see what the future holds for Rosary's Key Club!

 Key Club is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Greater Anaheim, which is a part of Kiwanis International, a world-wide charitable organization. Mrs. Margie Bangs serves as the club moderator, and Mr. Terry Reinbold is the Kiwanis adviser to the club.