The Kiwanis Club of Madison recently awarded two 11th grade Madison High School students with the 2023 Madison Key Club Service Award.
Key Club International, founded in 1925 and part of Kiwanis, is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. Often referred to as simply Key Club, it is a student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through serving others. Each year, the Kiwanis Club of Madison recognizes Key Club members who carry out its mission, which is to serve the children of the world.
Addison Brothers received the 2023 Madison Key Club service award for outstanding contributions and positive input by truly living up to the Key Club Motto: “Caring – our way of life.” Throughout the year, Addison has been a role model through her active involvement and leadership. Addison is the current Key Club vice president. She has completed 51.5 hours of community service this year and has been involved in a wide variety of events such as mini cheer practice, the school’s two blood drives, and the Kiwanis father-daughter dance.
Lucas Chavez also received the Madison Key Club service award for outstanding contributions and positive input by truly living up to the Key Club Motto. As a Key Club member, Lucas has put in 56 hours of community service during this school year. When offered a volunteer opportunity, Lucas was always quick to sign up, and he always follows through on his promises. Lucas has raked yards, donated blood, and tutored middle school students. He always completes every task with a polite smile and positive attitude.
Congratulations to Addison and Lucas!