The Saints Peter and Paul Key Club is proud to induct its newest members who are committed to the Kiwanis Club and Saints Peter and Paul mission of being of service to others. Key Club is an international, student-led organization providing members opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership. Chartered in 2000, the Saints Peter and Paul High School Key Club is the largest student organization at the school with over fifty members. Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Bridgeville, Delaware and led by its student Executive Board, the Key Club participates in Special Olympics, Habitat for Humanity, St. Vincent de Paul Society, UNICEF, Special Olympics, among other service activities for the local community.
Photo: Newest Key Club Members (L-R): Aidan Ryan, Tori Kramer, Marcel Djiwatampu, Kelley Hertelendy, Karis Ward, Caroline Shilling, Madison Morris, Ivy Buda, Max McKinnon, Tara Hertelendy, Kate Henley, Sarah Morris, Sunrae Sturmer, Laura Dennison, Caroline Murphy, Amelia Rank, Dolly Rath, Natalie Cockey, William Rath, Heather Kyle, Benjamin Kelley, Samantha Harrington, Trevor Riesberg
Chapter President Laura Dennison ‘17 shared her belief in the role of the Saints Peter and Paul Key Club. “I hope that our Key Clubbers become even more involved in their local community by finding service projects in which they are most passionate about. Through our advocacy of and service to worthy causes, each member of Key Club strives to be Christ for others.”