THS Key Club members honored at Monday gathering

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A Trenton High School senior has been named the school’s Key Club Member of the Year. Claire Utley was recognized at the Key Club’s Fine Art/Practical Art Recognition Night Monday evening.

The Member of the Year is an award on the district level with each club asked to select one individual from their club to be recognized at the conference. The member cannot be serving on the District Board.

Trenton High School’s criteria for the award recognizes the member who had the highest percentage of participation and service hours for the year, which included meeting attendance and service projects.

Six members earned letters: freshmen Gwyneth Foster and Jessa Shipley, sophomore Mackenzie Klinginsmith, junior Werthen Gass, and seniors Ella Leininger and Claire Utley. The seniors are both three-year letter earners.

Requirements for receiving a letter for Key Club include attending District Leadership Conference or International Convention, attending the Division 2 Fall Rally, participating in projects with the Major Emphasis partners, serving on a committee, participating in a K-Family project, participating in three of five Key Club Week activities, having 60% attendance at all functions, maintaining at least a 2.5 grade point average, and exhibiting good behavior.

Key Club members with the top number of service hours were also recognized Monday evening. Top service hours among first-year members include freshmen Gwyneth Foster with 37 and Jessa Shipley with 34.

The top five service hour providers include junior Werthen Gass with 111; junior Latorrie Johnson, 59, senior Claire Utley, 55; senior Ella Leininger, 40; and senior Chase Marsh, 34.

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