Key Club’s ‘Most Outstanding’ hails from Bryan Station

Contact: Tammy Lane • First Posted: Thursday, March 22, 2012

Nate White, a senior at Bryan Station High School, repeated as “Most Outstanding Key Clubber” at the annual Kentucky-Tennessee District of Key Club International convention.

Adam Kline won first place in the impromptu essay competition, and Bryan Station received a third-place award for Overall Club Service for its work with the Ronald McDonald House Charities. The club also was cited for collecting money for UNICEF.

Other members attending the March 16-18 convention in Chattanooga, Tenn., were Michael Parsons, Rebecca Edwins, Allie Wood, Alexie Basil and Kayswanna McCoy. Ariel Watson also went along as District 10-11’s lieutenant governor.

In addition to Key Club business, conference attendees together made more than 1,000 Grab and Go bags for the Ronald McDonald House.

For more information, contact Bryan Station club co-sponsors Lori Foster or Catherine Vannatter at (859) 381-3308.

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