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Posted 04/03/2017 09:49AM

The Jesuit High School Key Club once again was recognized as the state's best this weekend (April 1) in Orlando at the annual District Convention for Florida Key Clubs.

Jesuit was one of just seven schools from among hundreds to earn Distinguished Club of the Year recognition. And earning the highest individual honor, the 2016-17 Key Clubber of The Year for the Florida Key Club, from among more than 2,000 student members at the convention, was Jesuit’s Gabriel Brown ’17.

Also, the Lieutenant Governor of Key Club for Florida District 14B will again be a Jesuit student, as Thomas Turner ’19 will succeed Joe McGonnigal ’18. See below Jesuit's new Key Club officers for 2017-18.

Led by moderator Amy Martin, Key Club brought home a total of 67 awards at the convention for its year in service to the community and school.(Homepage photo: The Jesuit contingent at the Key Club convention: (back row) Kiwanian advisor Marty Koscso, P '02, '07, Kyle Erickson '18, Jack Cullaro '18, Justas Schillinger '17, Brice Sewell '17, Trace Nuss '19, Joe McGonnigal '18; (middle row) Bryce Connolly '18, Michael Lennartz '18, Max Farfante '18, Michael Withers '17, Nicholas Haskell '19, Kevin Mendez '18, Tyler Petitt '19, moderator Amy Martin; (front row, seated) Christian Jung '18, Gabriel Brown '17, Thomas Turner '19; (front row, standing) George Robbins '18, Phillip Thompson '19.

Among Jesuit’s honors at the convention were:
  • Distinguished Class President Justas Schillinger ’17
  • Distinguished Class Secretary – Gabriel Brown ’17
  • Distinguished Class Editor – Kyle Erickson ’18
  • Governor’s Citation Award for Excellence in Service
  • Club Project Display 2nd Place – Spencer Wallace ’17
  • Club Scrapbook – 2nd Place – Kyle Erickson ’18
  • Club Video – 3rd Place – Jack Henry Nouss ’17  
  • Single Service Award – 3rd Place – Brice Sewell ’17 - Reach out and Read Service Project

Governor’s Project Distinguished Members of Service – Jesuit Key Clubbers who earned 25 hours or more of service under the Governor’s Service Project:
Xander Arena ’20, Trey Ballehr ’18, Chris Bondoc ’17, Gabriel Brown ’17, Guilson Chua ’19, Tristan Cole ’19, Miguel Coste ’19, Patrick Davis ’18, Kyle Erickson ’18, Zack Fandel ’19, Jack Giannetti ’18, Jake Greenwell ’20, Andrew Hanna ’19, Nicholas Haskell ’19, Chris Kambach ’17, James Koebbe ’19, Ricardo Maldonado–Puebla ’17, Connor Maloney ’18, Connor McLaughlin ’20, Jake McLeod ’18, Jack Moroney ’19, Connor Murphy ’19, Aiden Nies ‘19, Trevor Perez ’18, Tyler Petitt ’19, Aidan Price ’18, Ryan Price ’19, William Rodriguez ’19, Brandon Ruel ’20, Mark Rumsey ’20, Justas Schillinger ’17, Brice Sewell ’17, Ryan Stewart ’19, Phillip Thompson ’19, Thomas Turner ’19.

Distinguish Club Members who earned 75 hours or more in service this year:
Matthew Groteke ’18, Nicholas Haskell ’19, Gabe Herrera ’20, Chris Kambach ’17, Thomas Lahart ’20, Joe McGonnigal ’18, Kevin Mendez ’18, Blake Motzer ’17, Aiden Nies ’19, Trace Nuss ’19, Tyler Petitt ’19, Seth Ravenna ’18, George Robbins ’18, John Robbins ’18, Justas Schillinger ’17, Brice Sewell ’17, Thomas Turner ’19, Spencer Wallace ’17, Michael Withers ’17, Gabriel Brown ’17, Nicholas Connor ’19, Kyle Erickson ’18, Zack Fandel ’19, Jack Garraty ’18.


Key Club also announced its officers for the 2017-18 school year:
Kyle Erickson '18 - President
Joe McGonnigal '18 - Vice President
Henry McGonnigal '20 - Editor
Matthew Groteke '18 - Secretary
Tyler Petitt '19 - Treasurer
Christian Jung '18 - Web Master
Thomas Turner '19 - Division 14B Lieutenant Governor  


Please click below for a photo slideshow from the Key Club District Convention:

 

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