By Mikayla Grunwell
Recently, Schoolcraft High School’s Key Club kicked off the 2013-2014 school year with a pancake breakfast. The Key Club works to get involved in the community through volunteering. Any high school students are welcome to join.
There was music, laughter and, of course, pancakes made by Emily Crandall, Key Club vice president, and Karly VanderMolen, Key Club secretary. Anyone who missed the breakfast and still wants to join Key Club can come to the meetings every Friday morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Pincumbe’s room at the high school.
Zach Whener, Key Club president, said, “Key Club is back and better than ever. We are excited to get involved in our community and make a difference.”
Key Club plans the winter formal, helps out at the Eagles Nest, and works as volunteers within the community. If a student knows of an organization that they are interested in and want Key Club to be involved, they can talk to Mrs. Pincumbe about it and maybe get the idea into action. It’s a great way to get involved in things within the school and community, according to Whener.