Kiwanis holds Fall Key Club Rally


At the Key Club’s Fall Rally from left seated in the first row are Erica Wright of Clinton-Massie, Key Club Lt. Gov. Ashley Newbold of Alter High School, and Marah Dunn of East Clinton; from left in the second row are Luke Campbell of Clinton-Massie, Emily Tong of East Clinton, Ryan Miller of Clinton-Massie, Maddy Adkins of Wilmington High School (WHS), Drew Spendlove of WHS, and Mackenzie Snarr of WHS; and in the back right is Myles Forste of WHS.

At the Key Club’s Fall Rally from left seated in the first row are Erica Wright of Clinton-Massie, Key Club Lt. Gov. Ashley Newbold of Alter High School, and Marah Dunn of East Clinton; from left in the second row are Luke Campbell of Clinton-Massie, Emily Tong of East Clinton, Ryan Miller of Clinton-Massie, Maddy Adkins of Wilmington High School (WHS), Drew Spendlove of WHS, and Mackenzie Snarr of WHS; and in the back right is Myles Forste of WHS.


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From left in this Key Club officers photo are East Clinton Vice President Marah Dunn, Clinton-Massie President Ryan Miller, Key Club Lt. Gov. Ashley Newbold of Alter High School (Kettering), WHS President Maddy Adkins, and WHS Secretary Drew Spendlove.


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WILMINGTON — The Wilmington Kiwanis Club held its third annual Fall Key Club Rally on Oct. 3 at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church.

The Fall Rally is a gathering of the local sponsored high school Key Clubs (Clinton-Massie, East Clinton and Wilmington) to meet each other, energize and motivate in order to reach for bigger and better service projects and ideas for their community and school.

The clubs met and heard from Key Club Lt. Gov. Ashley Newbold of Archbishop Alter High School to learn about the Ohio Key Club District goals and special community service projects for the 2017-18 school year.

The Key Club members were provided a meal, drinks and snacks at the Fall Rally.

The Key Clubs did three service projects by supporting the Aktion Club’s October Service Project of supplying snacks, games and personal items for servicemen and servicewomen. Each club brought in needed items.

The Kiwanis Club has established a “Readers Become Leaders” literacy project. The club provides gently used books to clients visiting the Peace Lutheran Church food pantry. The Key Clubs made bookmarks to include with the books.

The other service project during the fall rally was making “Activity Bags” for children waiting in doctor’s offices and the ER at Clinton Memorial Hospital. Bags will include coloring pages and crayons.

At the Key Club’s Fall Rally from left seated in the first row are Erica Wright of Clinton-Massie, Key Club Lt. Gov. Ashley Newbold of Alter High School, and Marah Dunn of East Clinton; from left in the second row are Luke Campbell of Clinton-Massie, Emily Tong of East Clinton, Ryan Miller of Clinton-Massie, Maddy Adkins of Wilmington High School (WHS), Drew Spendlove of WHS, and Mackenzie Snarr of WHS; and in the back right is Myles Forste of WHS.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_key_club_group.jpgAt the Key Club’s Fall Rally from left seated in the first row are Erica Wright of Clinton-Massie, Key Club Lt. Gov. Ashley Newbold of Alter High School, and Marah Dunn of East Clinton; from left in the second row are Luke Campbell of Clinton-Massie, Emily Tong of East Clinton, Ryan Miller of Clinton-Massie, Maddy Adkins of Wilmington High School (WHS), Drew Spendlove of WHS, and Mackenzie Snarr of WHS; and in the back right is Myles Forste of WHS. Courtesy photos

From left in this Key Club officers photo are East Clinton Vice President Marah Dunn, Clinton-Massie President Ryan Miller, Key Club Lt. Gov. Ashley Newbold of Alter High School (Kettering), WHS President Maddy Adkins, and WHS Secretary Drew Spendlove.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_key_club_five.jpgFrom left in this Key Club officers photo are East Clinton Vice President Marah Dunn, Clinton-Massie President Ryan Miller, Key Club Lt. Gov. Ashley Newbold of Alter High School (Kettering), WHS President Maddy Adkins, and WHS Secretary Drew Spendlove. Courtesy photos