Lieutenant Governor Division 16 North
Meet Rebecca! Rebecca is currently a junior at Conrad Weiser high school and she is super thrilled to be your Division 16 North Lieutenant Governor!
As a Key Clubber, Rebecca finds the caring aspect of this service organization quite fulfilling because “that’s what Key Club is all about.” Like many others, Rebecca initially believed that Key Club was an organization that made keys. However, upon attending her school’s service fair and listening to her Lieutenant Governor at the time, this only child girl decided to take on the world and help others through her selfless service! Since then, this enthusiastic Key Clubber has enjoyed the Alex’s lemonade stand project that her club participates in during their yearly spring fling and has also served by this inspiration by Audrey Hepburn:
“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands one for helping yourself and the other for helping others”
Last winter, Rebecca decided to follow the footsteps of the person who inspired her to join the Kiwanis family and contested for the position of Lieutenant Governor! Rebecca sought to augment her role as a servant leader in Key Club and also desired to charter more clubs in her locality. Currently, after her election, this LTG strives to fulfill this exact goal and also increase divisional membership until the end of her term. Go Rebecca!
Other than ‘Key Clubbing’ and fulfilling her Lieutenant Governor duties, you can find this horseback rider participate in the color guard and marching band, act in her school musical, and also pursue her passion in science and a teaching career!
If you need to contact Rebecca, you can do so by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org