Key Club sets goals for the year, seeks unity

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Key Club sets goals for the year, seeks unity

(FILE PHOTO/ZACHARY CHEEK) Senior Key Club vice president Megan Magorka (left) and Key Club president Vanessa Quach (right) speak in a meeting.

(FILE PHOTO/ZACHARY CHEEK) Senior Key Club vice president Megan Magorka (left) and Key Club president Vanessa Quach (right) speak in a meeting.

(FILE PHOTO/ZACHARY CHEEK) Senior Key Club vice president Megan Magorka (left) and Key Club president Vanessa Quach (right) speak in a meeting.

(FILE PHOTO/ZACHARY CHEEK) Senior Key Club vice president Megan Magorka (left) and Key Club president Vanessa Quach (right) speak in a meeting.

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Roseville High School’s Key Club is a student led high school volunteer organization. Key club president Vanessa Quach has many personal plans for the club this year.

According to Quach the club has many fresh and new ideas being planned out such as an Inner Club Movie Night as a way for club members to bond and get to know each other.

“As the holiday seasons come the club plans to work with the local Placer Food Bank, K-Kids, and the Salvation Army,” Quach said. “Coming up the club has events such as Fall Rally as well as the District Convention that involves clubs from California, Nevada, and Hawaii.”

Their goal is to serve and better their community, even on a global scale. One ongoing project they’re working on is Trick Or Treat for Unicef, in which members are collecting change which will go to directly to Unicef to help raise money for children in need.

“The club is always open to new ideas and as always their goal is to serve the community and have an impact on the world,” Quach said.

As the club president Quach hopes to strengthen the unity amongst members and have members feel comfortable and trust each other in order for the club to branch out to do more activities.

Club editor Cyrena Le hopes each club member will develop a genuine hunger to strive for a better global world. According to Le, she hopes that by joining the club members will have a valuable character building experience through volunteering for their own community as well as acquire helpful skills for their future.

“Key Club’s plans for the year is to get more people involved in community service and bring awareness to the amazing things that Key Club can do for everyone as individuals,” Le said. “In Key Club, we develop leadership skills, self-awareness, social skills, and the love for volunteering for the community we live in.” Le said.

Vice president junior Zachariah Jose has high hopes for the future of the club and it’s additions.

“What we do have that’s new this year is people, purpose, and potential,” Jose said. “People, new ‘clubbers’ are amazing to get every year, we can really step up our service game.