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High School’s Key Club Donates To Animal Shelter
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Members of the Oakdale High School Key Club include, from left, President Carly Silva, Vice President Karlee Robertson, Secretary Catelynn Cooksey, and Treasurer Nour Frej. Behind them is sponsor Nanci Tougaw. Key Club meets every Monday at the high school in room F11 during lunch. Sarah Lawson/The Leader

Oakdale High School’s Key Club – the youth arm of Kiwanis – has been fundraising to save up in order to gather an assortment of products to donate to the Oakdale Animal Shelter.

They purchased collars, leashes, food, treats, stuffed animals, cat supplies, and dog beds with the money they raised. The donations were taken to the Oakdale Animal Shelter on Liberini Avenue this past week.

The Key Club is an international service club that has the main goal of going out and helping in communities in any way that they can.

The OHS Key Club’s main sponsor is Nanci Tougaw, from the main organization of Kiwanis, where the youth based Key Club originated.

The OHS Key Club meets at the high school every Monday during lunch in room F11 and is welcoming new members who are interested in getting involved in community service.

The current president of the club is junior Carly Silva, vice president is junior Karlee Robertson, secretary is junior Catelynn Cooksey, and the treasurer is senior Nour Frej.