I pledge on my honor to uphold the objects of Key Club International;
build my home school and community;
to serve my nation and God and to combat
all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.
Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school
students. It's a student-led organization that teaches leadership through
serving others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club
members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. Today,
Key Club exists on more than 5,000 high school campuses, primarily in the
United States and Canada. Key Clubs also exist in many Caribbean nations,
Central and South America, Asia and Australia.
Our club proudly sponsors student-led service organizations at both Issaquah
and Liberty High Schools.
Every year, Key Clubbers and Kiwanians work side-by-side on projects
such as the Salmon Days Salmon Bake, Concert on the Green Food Service,
The Reading Program, Relay for Life, Environmental Restoration and our Community Auction.
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2013 Kiwanis Auction Key Club Group Picture
2013 April 30 Kiwanis Auction with
Issaquah High School Key Club From left:
Lucy Huffman, Megan Huang,
Issaquah High School Seated from left:
Darren Birkwood -VP, Stephanie Wilder-IHS Kiwanis co-Advisor,
Zach Hall-Community Service Coordinator. From left
standing: Andrew Whan-Secretary, Becky Wilder-Kiwanis
co-Advisor, Nicole Migotsky-outgoing President, Alison
Lee-incoming President, Ms. Emily Young-Kiwanis Faculty Advisor,
Kaileen Dougherty-outgoing Division 28 Ltg., Jack Gentsch-Treasurer,
Austin Weinstein-Bulletin Editor.
Liberty High School Officers
2013-14: from left: Front: Stacey Hutchison-Kiwanis
Advisor, Kia Vang, Kelly Le, Brook Afework,Treasurer; Becky Wilder PNW Key Club Area
Admin; Judy Rogers; Stephanie Wilder PNW Key Club Area Admin;
Ruben Nieto and Tonja Reischl, LHS Kiwanis Faculty Advisor; Back
Row: KD Kerstetter; Azan Sarosh,VP; Akielly Hu, President; Lisa Antonio, PNW
Ltg. Division 28,
Emerson Collin, Secretary; and Raman Kaur, Bulletin Editor.
Liberty High School Officers 2013-14 from left Raman Kaur,
Brook Afework, Azan Sarosh, Emerson Collin and Akielly Hu
Issaquah High School Officers:
From left: Nicole Migotsky 2011-12 Pres., Austin Weinstein
2012-13 Bulletin Editor, Kim Bussing 2011-12 VP, Kaileen
Dougherty Ltg. 2011-12, Zach Hall Community Service Coordinator,
Darren Birkwood 2012-13 VP, Jack Gentsch Treasurer, Alison Lee
2012-13 President Front Row: IHS Kiwanis Advisors from
left: Becky and Stephanie Wilder
April 28, 2012
Kiwanis Auction Key Club Issaquah-Skyline-Liberty High
2013 PNW Division 28 LHS Ltg. Lisa Antonio