Key Club holds interest meeting

Amira Bashir, Staff Writer

Yesterday, the Key Club held its first meeting of the school year. Open to all, the goal was to get as many people as possible to join the club.

The club focuses a lot on community service. Examples of club activities include: tutoring, school clean ups, and food drives.

This year, the club plans on collaborating with other schools for joint service projects. 

“Some perks of joining are that you find a good community to be apart of,” club President Megan Le said. “Most importantly, you feel like you’re a part of something bigger, and it’s selfless.”

For interested people who missed the meeting, forms are available in 281, and meetings are held on the first Monday of every month.