Twelve members from Central's Key Club attended the 68th Annual New England and Bermuda District of Key Clubs Educational Conference (Decon) over the weekend. Through hard work, dedication, and the heart to serve our school and community, Central's Key Club brought home 8 awards. Andy Vo won first place for the Video Contest and first place for the Essay Contest, which depicted the three components of Key Club. Natalie Rivera was awarded 3rd place for the Scrapbook Contest. Grace Lachance accepted the 3rd place award on behalf of the club for the Annual Achievement report, which outlines all projects that our club had participated in throughout the year. Jenny Nelson, nominated by Kaitlyn Martin, was awarded with the Sandy Nininger Award, which recognizes an individual who goes "above and beyond the call of duty."
Advisor Rosie Shaw, nominated by Holly Darby, was recognized and awarded with the Outstanding Advisor Award. Lastly, President Kaitlyn Martin accepted the Early Bird Award for paying membership dues early and the 2nd place award at the platinum level for membership growth. Central's Key Club has grown over a 40% this year, now consisting of over 125 members. Congrats to all Key Clubbers who were recognized and awarded at Decon and to all other members of Key Club for their willingness to participate in events and help the community.
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