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Key Club members met in the MHS library today to learn from Via Christi representative Brian Howells some best practices when dealing with customers. Key Club wants to learn these skills because some of its members may want to volunteer at the hospital and at care facilities. Howell’s talk, however, provided useful information for anyone wanting to deal with others in a caring and respectful manner. Key Club has 54 official members this year.
“Road Warriors” Sarah Louey and Ryan Coffey, from City College New York Circle K, spoke on Project Thirst, which has been adopted as a global project of Key Club and Circle K. They will be speaking tomorrow at Key Club MHS to help them plan their participation.
https://www.thirstproject.org/ is the organization’s URL. MMS Key Club may decide to collect for the project, and our donations can go through them.
Kiwanis member and architect Kent Foster has been a leader on the project to design and build a handicapped accessible viewing platform on Bluemont Hill. That project is now well underway, and KSNT interviewed Kent about the project. You can see the story and the video here.