Canyon Crest Academy Key Club visits Del Mar Kiwanis Club Business Meeting

The Canyon Crest Academy Key Club officers were the guest conductors of the Del Mar Kiwanis Club meeting held on Aug. 19. The Key Club was responsible for conducting the business meetings well as providing the guest speaker.  Key club members attending were (above, l-r) Web Editor Eric Lin; Secretary Evan Sheng; President Megan Ly; Vice President Ashley Chen; and Treasurer Christina Ding.

The meeting gave the Key Club an opportunity to present its 2013 – 2014 club agenda to the Del Mar Kiwanis Club and an opportunity to get acquainted with its sponsoring club members. The Key Club currently has 55 members and has plans to increase its membership during the next school year. Last year it won “The Most Improved Club in Division 37” award, having recorded over 900 service hours. The hours were complied serving meals at St. Vincent de Paul’s soup kitchen, and conducting a monthly book exchange which provides books for underprivileged children. Funds generated during the year are donated to Rady Children’s Hospital to support children who are undergoing cancer therapy.

The Del Mar Kiwanis Club meets Thursdays at noon time at the Fish Market on Via de la Valle.  The club will be holding its annual Day at the Races on Aug. 29.  Anyone interested in attending the Day at the Races or attending a regular meeting as a guest speaker, call Steve Gardella at (858) 864-8586.

Related posts:

  1. TPHS Key Club ‘guest conductors’ at Del Mar Kiwanis Club Business Meeting
  2. Kiwanis Club of Del Mar welcomes Scripps Proton Therapy Center Medical Director
  3. Del Mar Kiwanis Club at City Fest
  4. Del Mar Kiwanis Club presents check to La Clase
  5. Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club to hold Barnes and Noble fundraiser Dec. 6

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