By Linda Klueber
Special to the Courier 

NHS Key Club helps with Enchanted Evening


December 4, 2019 | View PDF

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Key Club Members decorating the Grange on Friday Nov 29th, from left: Gage Gruidel, Sam Dutlein, Micah Sheets, MacKenzie Demmel, Grace Demmel, Ryan Gray, Fiona Nugent, Jack Booth, Jasmine Kilpatrick, Dara Ouellette, Emma Bovaird, Lily Roberts, Ismael Dominguez. Not pictured: Nefeli Hadjiyiannis and Lily Mastrangelo.

Niwot High School Key Club members assisted the Niwot Business Association with the preparation for Niwot's annual Enchanted Evening on Friday, Nov. 29, and members are also assisting with the Holiday Parade the following weekend.

Key Club president Adam Rose will be the emcee at Niwot's annual Holiday Parade, which will be held Saturday, Dec. 7, beginning at 11 a.m. Rose said that the club has reached out to the NHS Boys and Girls Volleyball Club, NHS cheerleaders, NHS Environmental Club and other groups to march. The Key Club members have been a tremendous help in decorating the Grange for both events.

The Key Club is known for its volunteering and fundraising at Niwot High School. Rose stated that the club is an international service club and is open to any student at NHS. The Key Club also works with other school organizations such as National Honor Society.


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