Friday, 26 April 2013 00:00
The North Shore Key Club, received many New York State accomplishments for the 2012-2013 Key Club Year. The awards were presented to the club at the 65th Annual Leadership Training Conference that took place March 22-24 in Albany. There are currently 230 clubs eligible to compete for awards in New York State.
Club recognitions included: Diamond Level Achievement Report 2012-2013 Key Club Year: 4561 hours of service and $7,865 raised for charity, First Place: Single Serve Project, The Title: “North Shore Lends a Hand & Takes a Stand on Bullying.” This project was judged the best Key Club Project in New York State First Place: Major Emphasis Program The Theme: “Safety For All,” First Place: Scrapbook Contest, 2nd Place: Public Relations, and 2nd Place: Digital Poster Contest.
Individual Member Accomplishments included: Officer Awards: Officer Awards: Distinguished President: Christopher Sharkey. Two-term president, 2011-12 and 2012-13. This award can only be received once and Christopher was awarded this honor in 2011-2012, Outstanding Vice President: Michael Rovner, and Distinguished Treasurer: Allison Black.
Awards Per Grade Level included: Distinguished Member Award: Fallon Blackarski, Sophomore, Category, Distinguished Member Award: Tony Palmieri, Senior, Category, Distinguished Key Clubber in New York State (The DKC Award): Distinguished Key Club Members recognized for their outstanding community service include: Allison Black, Fallon Blacharski, Alexandra Goidel, Tony Palmieri, Carly Rovner. Michael Rovner, and Christopher Sharkey.
Community Service at North Shore High School is under the direction of Julia Salat.