PIQUA — On Sunday, Nov. 4, members of “A service organization led by international students,” more widely known as Key Club, headed to The Ohio State University in Columbus for the annual Fall Rally.
Going to the Fall Rally is an opportunity to get to know others from throughout the state. According to Kim Bean, one of the Key Club advisers, some characteristics that Key Club members hold are being honest, dependent, trustworthy, and having leadership skills.
Key Club is a branch from the larger group known as Kiwanis, and was split up to give younger individuals a chance to become a part of a fantastic leadership club.
Key Club is run by students with the help of few advisors. For the 2018-12019 school year, the officers are President David Potts, Co Vice President Grace Ryan, Co Vice President Mason Darner, Secretary Christian Starrett, Bulletin Editor Taylor Penny, and Webmaster Zach Fletcher.
Key Club is planning on going to the District Leadership Conference in March. The DLC is a very formal event where they will vote for the next year’s office holders.