TPHS Key Club ‘guest conductors’ at Del Mar Kiwanis Club Business Meeting

Torrey Pines High School Key Club members were the guest conductors of the Del Mar Kiwanis Club meeting held on July 15. The Key Club was responsible for conducting the business meeting, as well as providing the guest speaker. Key Club members attending were (l-r) Technical Editor Matt Benton; Secretary Vyanna Ma; President Lucy An; Vice President Danielle Li; Senior Representative Drake Levy; and Senior Representative Joey Lasensky.

The meeting gave the Key Club members an opportunity to present their 2013-2014 club agenda to the Del Mar Kiwanis Club and a opportunity to get acquainted with their sponsoring club members. The Key Club has a very ambitious program for helping less fortunate children by raising funds throughout the upcoming school year.  The Torrey Pines Key Club  consists of a large number of students who are dedicated to giving back to the community.

The Del Mar Kiwanis Club meets every other Monday at noontime during the summer months and will be sponsoring a “Day at the Races” on Aug. 29. Anyone interested in attending the Day at the Races or attending a regular as a guest speaker, call Steve Gardella at 858 864-8586.

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  3. Del Mar Kiwanis Club at City Fest
  4. Del Mar Kiwanis Club presents check to La Clase
  5. Del Mar Kiwanis welcomes zoo expert

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