Key Club honored by PCB City Council
The Panama City Beach City Council honored the Arnold High School Key Club Thursday night with a proclamation for the club’s work on the City’s float in the Optimist Club of the Beaches annual Christmas Parade. At left is AHS Principal Britt Smith and at right is City Councilman Paul Casto.
Here is the proclamation:
A PROCLAMATION HONORING
THE KEY CLUB
OF ARNOLD HIGH SCHOOL
WHEREAS, THE KEY CLUB was originally founded internationally in 1925 as a means to groom high school students into the next class of leaders; and
WHEREAS, THE KEY CLUB is a student-led high school organization made up of students who make the world a better place through service; and
WHEREAS, THE KEY CLUB at Arnold High School, under the direction of Jennifer Morgan, volunteered their services to the City of Panama City Beach; and
WHEREAS, Members of THE KEY CLUB spent several hours after school decorating the City Council float for the Optimist Club of the Beaches Annual Christmas Parade held December 14; and
WHEREAS, Members of THE KEY CLUB did an outstanding job in their creativity and their attention to detail, relieving staff to focus on other duties during the City’s search for a new City Manager; and
WHEREAS, The City is forever grateful to THE KEY CLUB for their willingness to help and their contributions to this community; and
NOW, THEREFORE, on January 9, 2020, the City Council of the City of Panama City Beach honors THE ARNOLD HIGH SCHOOL KEY CLUB for its members’ outstanding service to the City.
Mayor Mike Thomas
Councilman Paul Casto Vice Mayor Phil Chester
Councilman Geoff McConnell Councilman Hector Solis