Lely Key Club visits Marco Kiwanis; Hunter next speaker

The Key Club recently paid a visit to the Marco Kiwanis. From left, 
Frances Baumler, second year treasurer; Emma Roustrick, president; Vanessa Grisko, editor and Alexandra Meurgue, secretary. Submitted

The Key Club recently paid a visit to the Marco Kiwanis. From left, Frances Baumler, second year treasurer; Emma Roustrick, president; Vanessa Grisko, editor and Alexandra Meurgue, secretary. Submitted

The Kiwanis Club of Marco Island is gearing up for another busy season.

Guest speaker at the Thursday meeting is Chief Don Hunter. Everyone is welcome to come to the meetings from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at Porky’s Last Stand, Bald Eagle Drive. Hunter is the first of many good speakers schedule to address the Club this year at the weekly meetings.

The board of directors from the Lely Key Club visited the Kiwanis Club of Marco Island on Sept. 15. Each member of the board introduced themselves to the club and gave a brief description of their position on the board and their current and future plans.

Gina Sisbarro, co-director of the Lely Key Club, enthusiastically described exactly what the Key Club is and their goals. Key Club International is the oldest and largest service leadership organization for teens, teaches leadership through service to others.

Key Club’s 250,000 members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. Key Club’s 5,000 clubs thrive in 30 nations in North America, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. It is a division of Kiwanis International.

Over 57 teens from Lely High School attended the Lely club’s meeting this month. The school teacher in charge of the Key Club is Holly Whiting. These teens will be a part of many activities in the area such as blood drives, Relay for Life and beach cleanup.

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