Posted November 9, 2015
Cy-Fair, TX (November 9, 2015) Key Club has been one of the most influential organizations for volunteering and has reached out to a multitude of countries by unifying students to help their community. They have continued to show their compassion through numerous volunteering events. Also, their club has grown and spread worldwide.
This year, the Fall Rally was held for the Texas-Oklahoma District of Key Club in Arlington, Texas. The event took place on October 3rd at Six Flags during their 6th annual Fright Fest! Key Clubbers from all over Texas and Oklahoma came to this event to learn more about Key Club and about the Governor’s and District Project! This was a very valuable opportunity to connect with other Key Club members and truly see the bigger picture of Key Club. They got updated on information about their upcoming district convention while creating bonding friendships.
We (Cypress Ranch Key Club Publicity Chairmen) interviewed our Key Club president, Reena Gannon, about her experience at Fall Rally:
What activities did Key Club do at Fall Rally?
Reena: “We met new people in the TO District and learned about the DCON theme for next year. We also played ice breakers in order to connect with other members such as Key Club related Kahoot! and jellyfish. We also rode roller coasters and socialized with other Key Clubbers
What were the benefits of Fall Rally?
Reena: “Leaders at the Fall Rally reinforced important information such as dues for key club, sending monthly reports on time, and communicating with the district board.”
What could students learn at Fall Rally?
Reena: “They can learn how big Key Club actually is and the goals we are all working towards.”
What is important about connecting with other key clubbers?
Reena: “It gives you better perspective that you are not the only club that is working together, that everyone is learning and making mistakes, and that our club does A LOT of service. It’s a very humbling experience.”
Content Courtesy of Cypress Ranch Key Club Publicity Chairmen