When I think of “family,” there are two groups of people who immediately come to mind. There are those who are related to me by blood and then those who are related to me through service.
This is a photo of me and my fellow friends from Key Club. We were all supposed to be wearing purple on November 17th of 2012 to support March of Dimes: World Prematurity Awareness Day.
Everyone in the picture served on the District Board and during our term, I can’t even begin to explain how close we became. We were constantly traveling together, attending meetings, you name it! Unfortunately, Key Club is only for high school students so I’m no longer able to be a member- though there is Circle K for college kids. I’m happy to say that most of my board still keeps in touch. A few of us even had a mini-reunion over winter break! 🙂
Can I ask, what is a District Board?
A District Board is a group of students who lead smaller Divisions within the entire District. I was in charge of overseeing 7 clubs in my area. Members of the Board attend meetings, visit and evaluate clubs, complete report forms, etc.
Is this in college/university?
Nope, it’s in high school! In college/university, the name of the organization changes to Circle K and the overall vibe changes quite a bit. Key Club is much much larger.
Oh, I understand… The whole District thing confused me to thinking that you lived in a some sorf of doorm… 🙂
Ohhh, no, sorry for any confusion!
Hehe, that’s ok 😀