DCON 2014…. my very last DCON in Key Club… it was either this, the free Kpop concert, Coachella, or WOD.
I chose DCON- no, I chose Key Club over all of that and I regret nothing. Not one moment.
Key Club was there for me when no one else was. Key Club made me who I am today: a leader, an inspirer, a friend, and a brother. Key Club inspired me so much to do a lot of good to the world. The service: to help a better cause, to show compassion, to give back to the community, to make a world a better and a united place. The spirit: to see a person’s smile, to show your passion and determination to others and to what you believe in, to feel what others are feeling. Key Club has affected a lot of lives, whether you’re a member or if a member helped you.
Thank you, Taft Key Club. Thank you, Division 25 West. Thank you, Region 7. Thank you, Cali-Nev-Ha District. Thank you, Key Club International. And thank you, Kiwanis International. For giving me- no, all of the Key Club members an experience that they will never, ever forget. Thank you for making us who we are today and to be ourselves. Thank you for giving us leadership skills and education on the significance of service. Thank you for having us seeing kids and adults smile for what we contributed to the community.
Although this is a bittersweet end of the Class of 2014’s Key Club experience, know that we will take what we’ve learned and lead and inspire more people, whether we’ll still be in the Kiwanis family or not.
I feel good, oh I feel so good. But I feel better than good, to quote Keith Hawkins. Key Club taught me that this cheer is more that just a cheer.
I will always love my Key Club Ohana. L-O-V-E, I love my LTGs. L-O-V-E, I love my GOVs. L-O-V-E, I love my CNH Bees. L-O-V-E, I love Kiwanis.
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