Westlake Key Club Gets Their Hands Dirty - Southern Maryland Headline News

Westlake Key Club Gets Their Hands Dirty

WALDORF, Md. (Nov. 3, 2009)—The Westlake High School Key Club partnered with other key clubs located in the tri-county area on Saturday, Sept. 19 to participate in the Greenwell State Park Clean-up. The annual project brings together students and volunteers to help pick up trash, paint signs for the park and work on other conservation-oriented projects.

Student members include sophomore Kayla Packard, juniors Tyra McMillian, Tiona Wilkerson and Megan Hill, and seniors Kevin Diggs, Kayla Marshall, Kevin McKenzie, Tashima Mitchell, Walters Suggs and Tori Wilds.

The Key Club is the oldest and largest international organization for high school students. It is sponsored by the Kiwanis International Organization. The Key Club offers students opportunities in leadership development, service-learning, personal enrichment and the possibility of college scholarships.

For more information on the Westlake High School Key Club, visit http://www2.ccboe.com/westlake/community/.

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