Key Club is a service organization for high school students whose objective is the development of initiative, leadership ability, and good citizenship practices. Key Club is sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club. Deuel Key Club is under the direction of Taylor Krause.
Anyone in grades 9-12 can be a member. The first meeting every school year is usually held in August/September. They sign up at the meeting and pay the required $12 dues. The only requirement is that they attend at least four different service events throughout the year, including the Key Club Carnival held every spring.
Meetings are held during lunch time and as needed. Usually once every two months or when they have events coming up and plans need to be made.
Key Club members participate in a variety of volunteer events, including Key Club Carnival, attending Kiwanis meetings, helping out at the Crystal Springs Rodeo handing out programs, serving at Tour of Tables, Bell Ringing for the Salvation Army during the Christmas season, helping with our local Blood Drive, as well as many other events.
Advisor Taylor Krause said, “Key Club members value service & helping others. We are always willing to volunteer to help in our community & are willing to help whenever we are needed.”