Key Club Students Receive Certificates

Germantown Kiwanis Club Key Club Awards

Kiwanis Club Presents Certificates To Key Club Members

Germantown High School Key Club members received Certificates of Recognition Wednesday morning, February 24, 2016 at the club’s regular weekly meeting. The awards for active volunteer hours in the community were presented to Tiffany Krebs, freshman, Seyenna Beogel, junior, and Sarah Kucharski, all members of the high school Key Club.

Key Club members receive Cerfificates of Recognition

Germantown High School Key Club members Seyenna Boegel (second from left) and Tiffany Krebs (second from right) received Certificates of Recognition from the Germantown Kiwanis Club at the regular Kiwanis Club meeting on Wednesday, February 24, 2016. Presenting the award were Kiwanis president Dwayne Ketterer (left) and Cheri Schadeberg (right).

Key Club coordinator and Germantown High School teacher, Cassie Hanson, said Ms. Krebs was the top volunteer for the first semester of the 2015/2016 school year. She had logged 78 hours of volunteer activities for the first term. Ms. Boegel logged 73 hours of volunteer work during the same period. Ms. Kucharski was unable to attend the regular Wednesday morning meeting.

The Germantown Kiwanis Club sponsors the Key Club at Germantown High School. Key Club is the oldest and largest service organization in the world for high school students.  Kiwanis International is a parent organization for Key Clubs all over the world. The idea of the Key Club is to empower young members to develop leadership skills while performing community service.  

“Key Club offers a chance for our young leaders to put ideas into action,” said Kiwanis Club representative Cheri Schadeberg, Branch Manager of First Bank Centre in Germantown. “We honor our Key Club members with these Certificates of Achievment not only to credit them for their achievements but to also let them know how much that means to Kiwanis. You know, they represent us here in the community.”