Key Club members participate in community service projects
Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. On Monday, Oct. 29, the Jacksonville High School chapter inducted new members. After a selection process, 39 new members were selected.

One of the objects of Key Club is to “develop initiative and leadership.” Members of Key Club participate in community service projects and fundraisers. Members exhibit leadership among their peers and are willing to help lead in any situation. Another core value of Key Club is character building and to encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule. Caring is another core value of Key Club. Members of the organization have multiple opportunities to exhibit the club’s motto “Caring: Our Way of Life.” The fourth and final value of Key Club is inclusiveness and to provide experience in living and working together with others as a member of a team.

During the induction ceremony new members pledged to uphold the core values and Objects of Key Club International in their homes, school, and community. The current officers for JHS Key Club are President- Spencer Stephens, Vice President- Jessie Hill, Secretary- Tia Pendleton, Treasurer- Kelsey Matthews, and Editor- Natalie Owens. Beth King is the club sponsor.
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