Key Club Helps Quantum House Celebrate

Sabrina Abesamis, Opinion Editor

Wellington’s Key Club helped Quantum House, a family residence hall for children receiving treatment at St. Mary’s Medical Center, celebrate its ten year anniversary last Saturday with a flurry of games and activities. The lively event included face painting, arts and crafts, karaoke, and outdoor games for the kids. It also featured live entertainment by a DJ for the adults, allowing everyone to have an enjoyable time.

“It’s so rewarding to see all of the kids laughing and having fun,” said Kaci Bennett, senior and Key Club co-president. “They’ve been through such hard times and it’s great to see them happy.”

Key Club also hosted a car wash Saturday, the 12 in the Park Avenue BBQ parking lot.