June 29, 1998
Left to right: Sally Steciw, Kristen Prescott, April Ott, Kinsey McCormick, Catherine Garth, Jennifer Coles, Jennifer Dooley, Jessica Beran and Dale Hedden, Faculty Advisor.
The Kiwanis Club of Woodinville chartered the Woodinville High School KEY Club at a ceremony recently. The KEY Club Charter President, Kinsey McCormick, accepted their Charter certificate, bell and gavel. The KEY Club members received their official membership pins and all of the members present, plus their Faculty Advisor Dale Hedden accepted their club banner.
The new WHS KEY Club has been active since last November, chartering with over 25 members. The new club provides an opportunity for its members to give service to their school and community through projects of their own choosing and development and by helping the Kiwanis with their community projects. This March several KEY Club members helped at the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast and during the Children's Activity Fair following the All Fool's Day Parade. In April, they did yard work at the Children's Country Home in Woodinville. KEY Club gives opportunities for high school students to develop initiative, leadership, team-building skills and lasting friendships. The WHS KEY Club will begin meeting again in the Fall after school begins. All students attending WHS are encouraged to get involved.