Club receives charter from Kiwanis

(Left to right) Sarah Bleeker, lieutenant governor of District 27 Kiwanis Key Club, Nate Zimmer, Crystal Lechner, Mary Geraghty, Valerie Hacket, Shelly Martin, and Tara Cox, president of the Leota Builders Club.

candidates The Builders Club of Leota Junior High School received its charter from the Kiwanis Club of Woodinville at a banquet Nov. 3 at the Northshore United Church of Christ.
    The Builders Club is committed to community service, and the Leota group has been very active this fall.
    They have sold ice cream and cookies at a Leota football game, did trick-or-treating for UNICEF, helped the Kiwanis Club by taking Halloween pictures at Towne Center, and filled three boxes for Romanian orphans.
    The club meets weekly on Wednesday after school with their faculty advisor Jerrie Drinkwine and Kiwanis advisors Adriene Walker and Glenda Mitchell.
    Membership in the group is open to all students at Leota and any home-schooled students of junior high age in the Northshore School District.
    Any group or organization with a community project that needs the help of junior high school students may call Bob or Glenda Mitchell of the Kiwanis at 483-6466.