Key Club attends Fall Rally


Kylee Zook

Key Clubbers at the Fall Rally playing games and building relationships with people around the state.

Anna Settimo, staff writer

Students around the state learn to improve their club, help the less fortunate and start to make better relationships with Key Club members.

“I am very glad I went. It allowed me to learn more about the organization and gave me a chance to grow closer with Eisenhower’s Key Club Members,” senior Key Club president Parker Fiedrich said.

The Fall Rally was on Saturday, Nov. 10 at Dakota High School.This is an annual event hosted by the Michigan District of Key Club where Key Club organizations participate in Service Leadership, workshops, a service fair and other Key club related activities. Some people made blankets for the less fortunate in Detroit while all Key Club presidents attended workshops as a group.

The main focus of the event was the chance for all Key club districts to meet in person and share ideas. This helped the club members try something new and improve on things they thought the club could be stronger in.

“It turned out very well,” Fiedrich said. “Eisenhower had a strong representation there. It was really cool to see students interested in the organization.”