KEY club raises money for UNICEF

KEY (Kiwanis Educated Youth) club met afterschool at 2:45 p.m. Oct. 14.
Partnered with the Kiwanis Organization, KEY club consists of students who are dedicated to community service.
“Anyone can join, you just have to have a kind heart and a willingness to help out in your community,” Supervisor Jessica Anderson said.
The football team will not be the only ones facing their rivals Homecoming game night.
“We contacted Rogers and asked if they want to have a donating competition,” Anderson said. “If we win then they will come to our campus and do a cleanup for us.”
During halftime KEY club will be taking change donations for UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund).
“Bring spare change, dollar bills, anything; It all goes to a good cause,” Anderson said.
The Homecoming game will be taking place Oct. 31 at Sparks Stadium.