Model Key Club Service
Amy Dong Receives
Zeller Medal for Key Club Service
President of the Model High School Key Club proudly displays the
Walter Zeller Medal she received for her leadership in fund raising
for a Key Club International World Service Project.
faculty adviser to the Key Club at Model School, presents the
Zeller medal for Amy Dong's leadership. as president of
the Model High School Key Club. in raising $1,500 for a Key Club
International project to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus.
Maternal neonatal tetanus is a deadly disease which steals the
lives of nearly 60,000 innocent babies and a significant number
of women each year. Click here for additional information on the Eliminate
project to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus.
Model School Key
Kiwanis 2010 Annual Roadblock
Three members of the Model School Key Club pose
before they work at the annual Kiwanis Roadblock for Kids. They
are (l.to r.) Drew Dison, Allia Vaez, and Amy Dong, President
of the Key Club.
This year the various participants raised slightly
in excess of $1,000 which was donated to the City of Richmond
Parks and Recreation Department to support the annual Halloween
event for children. The city had decided to do away with this
event due to a budget shortfall, so the Kiwanis Club of Richmond
stepped in to become a major sponsor of the annual Richmond Halloween
Hoe Down which will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, October
23.Model Key Club
Members Assist at the 2008 Richmond Kiwanis Club Pancake Breakfast
Two Model School Key Club members assist
a Richmond Fireman at the Pancake Breakfast
A ;arge number of Model School Key
Club members served asvolunteers at the 2008 Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast.
Included in the group were: Zach Ball, Sarah Bucknam, Jessica
Burba, Leila Cahill, Amy Dong, Caroline Engle, Briana Ford, Aubrey
Gillespie, Nathan Rife, Christan Riley, Bianca Robles, Jarryd
Sandwith, Marisa Stipes, Andrea Stipes, Christina Ward, and
Marisa Stipes, Model School Key Club members, serve pancakes
and drinks to customers.
A combined volunteer group of DZ EKU
college students and Model High School Key Club students pose
for a group photograph.
Click here to see photo coverage of 2008 Richmond Kiwanis
Key Club Members Assist at the 2008 Richmond Halloween Hoedown
Five freshmen girls from the Model
School Key Club assisted in distributing toys and candy to Richmond
children at the 2008 Halloween Hoe-Down. Those participating were:
Sarah Bucknam, Amy Dong, Briana Ford, Peyton Harvey, and Allia
Click here to see additional Halloween Hoedown Photos
the 2003 and 2004 Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
Another Model School Key Club crew reported for duty.
They seated customers and brought drinks and food to them. Members
of the Key Club working at different shifts throughout the day
were: Jennifer Barrow; Josh England, Treasurer; Katheryn
Engle; Ariel Heath, Membership Officer; Paige Irvin; Lindsay
Kelley; Sonja Rhee, Secretary; Meghan Shafer, President;
Kendall Stapp; Sarah Webb; and Allyson White. The third shift
of the Model School Key Club assisted Kiwanians in serving pancakes
and drinks. Special thanks were expressed by Kiwanians to Meghan
Shafer, President of the Model School Key Club, (front row
left) for arranging for Key Club member to participate in the
pancake breakfast and for working all three shifts throughout
A Key Club server is given a plate by a Kiwanian cook.
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Model Key Club members (left) have breakfast before
they assist at the 2003 Pancake Breakfast. Model School Key Club
members working the first shift included (1st row l. to r.) Audry
Kensicki and Kathryn Engle and (2nd row l. to r.) Christopher
Sullivan, Danielle Brewer, Jeff Johnson, Michael Derringer and
After eating her breakfast, Richmond Mayor Connie
Lawson took a turn at flipping pancakes. Connie said, "That's
something that comes naturally to me after all the years of working
the concession stand at the Madison County Fairgrounds."
The Model School Key Club members (left) working the
2003 pancake breakfast were accompanied by Key Club adviser Dr.
David Jones. Model School Key Club members working the second
shift included (1st row l. to r.) Kasey Powers and Kara
Renfro, President of the Model School Key Club, and (2nd row
l. to r.) Ariel Heath, Joshha England, and Sarah Webb.
Governor Sullivan gave each of the worker "fun
noses" and they pose here. This was the second shift working
the breakfast. This is a combined photograph of the Model School
Key Club members and members of the Eastern Kentucky University
Delta Zeta Sorority who also worked at the breakfast.
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Spring 2004 Project
Much of Eastern had an appointment with one doctor this week
- Dr. Seuss.
Twice this week, the campus community celebrated the life and
numerous works of the childhood author on what would be his 100th
birthday. People of all ages gathered in the Kennamer Room of
the Powell Building Tuesday and today to remember the childhood
favorite by entertaining themselves with his many books. Students,
faculty and staff teamed with children from Model Laboratory School
and the Burrier Child Development Center to read and discuss Seuss
This is the second time Eastern hosted the Seuss event. This
year's Seussentenial was sponsored by the Office of Volunteerism,
the Student Government Association and the Model Lab Key Club.
"It's a good way to share the gift of reading and instill
a love of learning in kids at a young age," said Amber Jones,
coordinator for volunteerism at Eastern, in a press release.
By Eastern Progress Staff
Published: Thursday, March 4, 2004
The Office of Volunteerism
in conjunction with the EKU Student Government Association and
the Key Club of Model Laboratory are hosting the 2nd Annual
Dr. Seuss Birthday Celebration. On March 2nd and 4th, we are hosting
area children from Model Laboratory School and the Burrier Child
Development Center on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University.
Sessions run an hour long and are broken down as follows. Opening
Session: Welcome, Reading Adventures Song, History of Dr. Seuss,
Meet the Cat in the Hat (excerpts from the book). Reading Session:
Student, faculty, and staff volunteers match up with area children
to read from an assortment of Dr. Seuss books. They also engage
in other activities such as puzzles, coloring, mazes, crosswords,
etc., that are included in their activity packet. Closing Ceremony:
Welcome Back, The Cat in the Hat Comes Back, Reader's Oath, Dismissal.
We are hosting sessions on the following dates and times: Tuesday,
March 4th at 9:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 2:00 p.m. Thurdsay, March
4th at 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 2:00 p.m. We are planning to
host over 150 students in this program with over support from
over 150 volunteers.
Reported by Amber Renee'
Jones, Office of Volunteerism - Eastern Kentucky University
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