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Key Club

Accepting New Members

Bored?  Need Service hours?  Want to have some fun?  Join the Key Club!  Meetings are held in Ms. Broome's room.

Our Mission is to serve our community.  We look for opportunities to do volunteer work wherever help is needed.  Key Club International is a student-run service club that is sponsored by the Kiwanis International.  WFHS's Key Club is sponsored by Pensacola's own Big Lagoon Kiwanis,  and we appreciate their involvement in our club.  They connect our club with opportunities for volunteering.  They help to connect us with our community, and they often help fund our service projects, convention trips, and senior scholarships.

Some of our yearly functions we help with are:  UNICEF fundraising, MANNA food drive, assisting at the Special Olympics and Relay for Life, bell ringing for the Salvation Army during the holidays, visiting nursing homes, cleaning up parks, and preparing meals for the residents at the Ronald McDonald House.
Key Club provides WFHS with a meaningful way for students to get involved with their community in a positive way.  There are also leadership opportunities in Key Club, as it as an international organization and there are officer positions available at every level: school, local, state, national, and international. Through Key Club, students can also earn their required community service hours for the Bright Futures Scholarship.

2016-2017: Club Sponsors

Ms. Jillian Broome

Mr. John Ditmar


New Officers

Congratulations to our New Key Club Officers!

Vice President- Keyana Norman
Returning President Genny Anderson
Secretary: Robyn Stearly
We invite anyone interested in participating in a Service based organization to join us Thursday Mornings across from Guidance!