New Kiwanis Club formed in Hardin High School

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New Hardin Kiwanis Club members pose recently with their club gavel. Pictured from the left are Secretary Taylor Koehler, Editor and Webmaster Cora Woods, Director Joe Wilson, Treasurer Maddison Stephens, President Kevin Fox and Vice President Amanda Koehler.

Hardin Kiwanis Club President Jeff McDowell presented pins, membership cards and a club gavel to the new Hardin High School Key Club at its recent Charter banquet.

Eighteen junior and seniors comprise the new service club under the guidance of teacher Kasey Koehler. After a potluck with the meat provided by the Kiwanians, the new officers were installed.

Sponsored by Kiwanis International, Key Club is the world’s largest international, student-led organization that provides members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. Service initiatives encourage hands on service on both the local and international level. Scholarship programs, leadership camps and District and International conventions help the participants forge life-long friendships and support networks.

Kiwanis recognizes Koehler for her enthusiastic support and the effort she put into this club. The public is encouraged to visit the Kiwanis Club, which meets at noon on Wednesdays in Three Brothers Bistro.