Key Club

Key Club is THE service organization at School of the Osage. Our whole purpose for existing is to provide a service to those in need. Key Club is an international organization and is affiliated with the Kiwanis. Club members are expected to participate in and document twenty service hours for the year. (10 per semester). The club has a main service project each month of the school year, but often various community groups will ask for our assistance, which provides many additional oppurtunities for club members to fulfill service hour requirements and do a good deed as well.

Membership in Key Club will provide you with a sense of pride and a good feeling because you are helping others in need. Membership will also be a definite asset to your college applications. Colleges and universities love to see that you care anout your fellow man.

The following is a list of some Key Club projects.

Money Wars (proceeds to a charity)

Buckle UP

Trick or Treat for UNICEF

Food Drive

Salvation Army bell ringing 

Valentines for the nursing home

Book Drive

Blood Drive

Members who complete their service hours are treated to a party in May.

We have to pay national dues, but the local Kiwanis pay part of the amount for each member. Dues are $8.00.