Scholarship winners and community service 500 hour recipients at Kiwanis Club to be recognized one and all
PB& Js Galore by North Shore key Club...350 sandwiches made for the annual Kiwanis Bike Ride for the KPTC Organization. Alumni, Mark also assisting Kiwanis at the ride.
The annual seniors citizen prom held on May 20th at NSHS
Key Clubbers hosting this Gala Event for our....Yesterday Heroes
The North Shore key Club returned from the annual New York District Conference held in Albany. The club once again was victorious for their community service programs being awarded numerous first place trophies and recognized as one of the top Key Clubs in New York State. Pictured are the seniors who now say goodbye as they finish their 4 years as distinguished executive board members and leaders of this fine club. L to R Top Row: Jack Stalzer, Eric Lynch, April Rowell, Corinne Heffernan; Center Row: Eileen Quinn, Zoe Malin, Alexis Lovaglio; Front Row: Gene Alvarez, and Scott Klein. Not Pictured: James Mastakouris, Robert Sharkey and Andrew Jacklin.
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Great work, Zoe on coordinating North Shore's annual Blood Drive! With your help, we were able to get a record-braking amount of donors!!
The North Shore key Club hosted their annual blood drive on April 26th at North Shore High School. There were 71 donors who gave the gift of life to 231 people. The Key Club Senior who organized the awareness team to coordinate the blood drive was Zoe Malin. Pictured is Zoe and sophomore Keaton Dansiglio who was on the awareness team as well as a donor himself!
The North Shore Key Club has a need to provide hope and help to the children, families and communities of Long Island that are homeless. The Family and Children Association (FCA) have paired with North Shore Key Club to help this cause .and assist us with our Major Emphasis Project 2017-2018. It was recorded on January 25, 2017, that there are 2,943 homeless people on Long Island. Of these 2,943 people, 1,832 are under the age of 18 (Long Island Coalition for the Homeless), which means that 62% of the homeless population on Long Island is composed of youth under the age of 18. According to Family and Children Association, 20% of Hempstead’s children live below the federal poverty line and only 40% have graduated. However, with the help of Family and Children Association, 90% of students have had the opportunity to go to college and provided more than $1,000,000 in financial assistance to those in need of assistance. Once North Shore heard the problem we wanted to answered the call!!
The North Shore Key Club rings the bell at the traditional kettle for the Salvation Army Organization. The event takes place every Saturday at the Stop & Shop store in Glen Cove. Candy canes are given out to the children and special guests…yes Santa Claus and his elves will arrive on December 23rd. Pictured is the first group of key clubbers on Saturday November 25th with smiles galore and a Ho Ho Ho for service. L to R: Lauren Belanger, Grace Lisena, Ryan Wezwick and Haley Waiksnis
The community blood drive hosted by the North Shore key Club at the high school was a huge success. More than 68 registered for this life saving event with community members, faculty staff and students as the blood drive supporters. Senior Zoe Malin was the key club student coordinator who worked very hard with the key club to make this event a success. To note: 1 pint of blood saves 3 lives…….. the North Shore community saved more than a hundreds lives because they took the time to give the gift of life. Pictured are the people who made this happen.
With chef hats on and spatulas in hand the North Shore key Club once again baked 1400 cookies at the annual Kiwanis Mini Mart Event. In 3 hrs the club sold out of these amazing …hot from the oven, Otis Spunk Meyer Cookies. The profits from their culinary delights will go to various charities such as St Judes, Healing Head Bands for pediatric cancer patients and The Family & Children Association. This group helps teens on Long Island Pictured are the chefs taking a bow!!
The annual Community Blood Drive took place on May 31st at North Shore High School. This event was sponsored by the Long Island Blood Services and hosted by the key club. It was a very successful event with donors galore from the student body and our community. 1 pt of blood saves 3 lives and 135 lives were saved on that day. Great job in deed by North Shore.
With only two weeks remaining before the last day of classes, we wish our seniors all the best as we say goodbye.
The Annual Senior Citizen Prom took place at North Shore High School on May 21st- the day following the Junior Prom. It was a fun afternoon as the key clubbers danced the night away with our yesterday heroes. This event has been hosted by the Key Club for more than 15 years.
“Same place Same time Same key club”
The North Shore Key Club made it’s 19th annual holiday visit to Cohen Children’s Medical Center on December 23rd. The group brought toys galore collected from the entire North Shore School District as well as the North Shore Kiwanis Club. Elf Alexis was on hand to distribute these gifts with her Key Club members to complete this project. Also included were gifts to all patients and families - Healing Wristbands as part and the final curtain to their single service project. Pictured is the group in action and a very special picture of "Baily” the therapy dog. Baily visited Cohen on the 23rd to help give out the wrist bands to the patients and was even wearing one himself!
With that, I would like to wish everyone a happy and healthy 2017 on behalf of the Key Club. We had a great year and I look forward to seeing all the difference we make in the coming year!
The North Shore Key Club continues to ring the bell this holiday season. This is a tradition that a former Key Club student came back to experience again and help out with last weekend. We have already raised hundreds of dollars and have been given an advertisement on the radio. We are very happy to see such a success so far and look forward to seeing the impact we've made with the project. We will continue to ring the bell each weekend until Christmas with Santa appearing on Christmas Eve and we hope to see you there.
The North Shore Key Club wishes you a happy and healthy holiday season!
The North Shore Builders Club became involved with our MEP project in support of Healing Headbands. They made 500 wristbands in only 30 minutes and brought in gifts for children in Cohen Hospital to be delivered by the North Shore Key Club with the wristbands on December 23rd.
North Shore Key Club was featured on the radio for the third time! The recordings can be played below.
We Invite The Community To Join us
Sunday December 11
Location Site: 71 Grove Street in Glenwood Landing
Noon To 3pm
Let’s Band Together For The Holidays
To Make Wristbands
To Be Given To Children With Illnesses
To Help Them Feel Better
Happiness is a State of Mind
So Let’s Help Them…..Wear Their Happiness
View the website: www.healingheadbands.com
For additional information on the project email them at:
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