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Smith receives awards

Key Club President Stephanie Smith carries the awards the West Campus Key Club won at the District Leadership Conference.
Key Club President Stephanie Smith carries the awards the West Campus Key Club won at the District Leadership Conference.

The North Little Rock West Campus High School Key Club recently attended the Missouri-Arkansas District Leadership Conference in Springfield, Mo.

At the conference, West Campus Key Club members were awarded the district’s highest honor, the Distinguished Club Award.

In order to receive this award, the club had to perform over 50 community service projects. Each member had to complete at least 50 hours of community service, and the club then had to earn 30 more points through various other activities. There are 144 Key Clubs in the Missouri-Arkansas District and only seven other clubs received this award.

In addition to earning the Distinguished Club Award, the West Campus Key Club won first place in the Scrapbook Competition, third place in most money raised for the District Project and had a student elected to the Missouri-Arkansas District Board. Derrika Henson will being serving as the Missouri-Arkansas District lieutenant governor for the Central Arkansas area.

With the first place win in the Scrapbook Competition, the West Campus Key Club’s scrapbook will be allowed to compete in the Key Club International Scrapbook Competition. During the Key Club International Scrapbook Competition, the West Campus Key Club will compete with scrapbooks from all 50 states and 30 different countries.

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