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BY TRAVIS NGUYGEN | LAGUNA HILLS | TREASURER
Rancho Santa Margarita Landscape and Recreation Corporation , SAMLARC, organizes a wonderful camp out every year that connects the community. During this summer family camp out at the park, fun activities made the experience so enjoyable.
BY MARIA GERNANDA ARECHIGA | D 47 | HEMET
I first joined Key Club because I heard that it was a club where I could give my service to others. There, I found a friendly environment where there were a lot of my existing friends and others who I would later come to call my friends. S
BY VIVIANE HOANG | D 7 SOUTH | SHELDON
One of the most important things to remember, in any given situation, is that each person has their own perspectives of what is going on and how they’re going to view it. Usually, these perspectives can be split between positive perspectives and negative perspectives.
BY SUNNY HSU | FRANKLIN | VICE PRESIDENT
"Whether it was working at a chocolate fountain or being locked up in a jail, my night at the Speakeasy Casino event was very fun. Hosted by the Kiwanis of Greater of Sacramento, the event was similar to a party that was themed in the 1920’s. When I arrived at the event, I found that everyone was wearing waiting outfits and I apparently, was the only one wearing neon, which is possibly the worst color to wear while serving food.
BY MIRANDA MONTENEGRO | D 47 | SOUTHWEST EDITOR
My parents have always stressed throughout my life how important giving back to your community is. Since the age of four, my parents have always taken me to various Kiwanis events. Every time I tagged along, I saw a group of people working with one another to make a difference. That was all I needed to see. Before I knew it, I joined those people in aiming to make a difference.
BY NICOLE MEHRING | D 41 SOUTH | TESORO
Spanning the whole summer, members of Tesoro’s Key Club participated in a project to paint murals in several of Tesoro High’s hallways. Each hallway centers around a certain subject: The mural in each hallway gravitates toward the subjects of the classes residing within the hallway.