Walton High Key Club celebrates 50th

Published: Monday, December 23, 2013 at 05:22 PM.

Students may apply or join Key Club for various reasons, like Hunter Bell.

"I wanted to join Key Club because it was the go-to club, all of the cool kids were in it," he said. 

Now as Lieutenant Governor, overseeing seven clubs in Washington, Holmes and Walton County, Bell doesn't see the club as social hour, but as a way to give back. And he doesn't plan to stop when he graduates.

"I want to continue giving back in college by joining CKI [Circle K International, a Kiwanis club for college students]," he said. "And then I'll come back to DeFuniak Springs and join Kiwanis."

Learn more at www.keyclub.org/


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