Holbrook High Key Club members volunteer at Navajo Nation Fair

Shenaya Featherhat and Amber Yazzie fill an order. Submitted photo

Shenaya Featherhat and Amber Yazzie fill an order. Submitted photo

The following Holbrook High School (HHS) Key Club students volunteered at the Navajo County Fair Sept 12 helping in the cantina and decorating the fairgrounds: Delano Anaya, Amanda Begay, Shenaya Featherhat, Twyla Gene, Kelley Golden, Ariel John, Chris Pate, Jadiana Perez, Shoshanna Tom, Keona Tso, Carmilene White, Aarick Yazzie, Amber Yazzie, and Rebecca Yazzie. Key Club is a student-led community service program for high school students whose goal is to teach leadership by having students interact with their community. The local Kiwanis Club sponosors the HHS Key Club and HHS English teacher Erik Carlson supervises the group. Currently, there are 32 HHS students participating in the Key Club. "This is the largest number of students we have had in our Key Club in some time, which demonstrates our students are centering on postsecondary educational pursuits and displaying civic mindedness," said HHS Principal Lance Phaturos.

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