Key Club provides 100 acts of service

The Key Club, a club with an emphasis on service, has accepted a self-determined challenge, to provide 100 acts of service this school year for the centennial celebration of the school.
“We meet as officers to discuss what we wanted to do for the coming year to celebrate Davis Highs 100 year centennial. One of the students came up with the 100 act of service for 100 years of Davis,” said Mrs. Steab, advisor for the club. “We plan to do one service every week,” said Anna Kletzli, in charge of service to the school.
“We are just trying to serve people,” said Anna Kletzli, junior. The club’s goal is to do at least one service a week. “We’re hoping that it will spread, and other people will want to do service too,” said Sarah Kletzli, junior.
Some of previous activities they’ve done have been making posters for the homecoming parade, and making placemats for elderly centers. The Kletzli sisters are anxiously looking forward to upcoming service projects like decorating Appletree Assisted Living, and hosting a carnival for the day care.
the Key Club meets on Wednesdays in the career center after school and is glad to accept anyone who wants to join, or just give some service.