Cypress Ranch Key Club recently celebrated the 66th annual Key Club Week. One of the nicest traditions in Key Club is taking part in this worldwide celebration, a time to show your spirit and pride for being part of the best and largest service organization in the world! The first Key Club Week was celebrated in 1946.
Key Club Week has continued to be celebrated over the years as the perfect way to promote your Key Club. Each themed day during the week has a different way to get Key Clubbers and non-Key Clubbers alike motivated to perform service and get excited about all of the aspects of the club. Cypress Ranch Key Club enthusiastically celebrated each day of the week with some sort of special activity.
To start off the week, Monday was “Show Your Key Club Spirit” day. During our usual weekly officer meeting, we invited club members to join us and help paint signs promoting the week to hang around the school. This way, everyone could get involved while showing the rest of the student and staff population our club spirit
Though the club focused on celebrating each day of Key Club to the fullest, they did not forget the primary mission of serving others. During Key Club Week, Cypress Ranch Key Club members performed just over 800 volunteer hours to our Cy-Fair ISD schools and the Cypress community.
Cypress Ranch Key Club is committed to support all Key Club projects and traditions. Members enjoy the chance to thank our school staff and sponsoring Kiwanis.
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