Dover-Foxcroft – It was another award-winning year for the Foxcroft Academy Key Club. While schools were forced to shut down in mid-March and the New England District Key Club convention in Massachusetts had to be canceled, awards were still sent out to participating schools and the FA Key Club fared very well. This year’s awards as a club included:
First place honors for membership growth, annual achievement, and they were named a Distinguished Club award winner. FA took home second-place honors in the category of single service project (D-F Community Dinner) and for the monthly report contest. They also won third place for their Major Emphasis Project (teaming up with D-F Kiwanis Club for their holiday toy drive).
As for individual awards, congratulations to Foxcroft Academy junior Kelli Black. She was named one of three winners in the district of the Outstanding Lieutenant Governor Award for the 2019-20 Key Club year. Kelli served as the International Project chair for the District Board as well as oversaw six Key Clubs in Division 2. She helped Central HS Key Club receive their charter to become the sixth Key Club in Division 2.
Earlier in the month, FA senior Ethan Curtis was named the district’s Outstanding Officer for his leadership and service to the Foxcroft Academy Key Club (more at https://www.foxcroftacademy.org/fas-ethan-curtis-names-new-england-district-2020-key-club-officer-of-the-year/).
Special thanks to Foxcroft Academy Key Club Advisor, Mr. George Rolleston, for organizing and overseeing all of the projects and activities. The work doesn’t stop as the new Key Club year is already underway. Great job Ponies!