by Sarah Zucker, Staff Writer
Key Club, once again, is the student outreach program of Kiwanis. For those of you who don’t remember, they hold our annual Harvest for Hunger food drive and are somehow involved with most of the volunteer projects at the school. This year they plan to add to their community service and even combine with other schools to work on another food drive.
Bobby Ryan, being the president of the organization, tries to hold meetings once per week, every Wednesday. At each meeting they come up with new ideas to help out our community in any way possible.
This school year Key Club plans to help with the Christmas tree sales, the pancake breakfast and might even hold a spaghetti dinner. Only being about a month into their meetings, they have already managed to do a Woman Safe project and currently do all the recycling for the school.
Harvest for Hunger is Key Club’s biggest event of each year and is always a success. They collect canned goods from people at the school and give them to the less fortunate people of Geauga County. Because of the late start of Harvest for Hunger in the spring, they plan to do a separate food drive around the end of the first quarter. Everybody can help out with both food drives by bringing in any extra canned food from around the house.