The Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Key Club is a very active civic organization on campus and is involved in many areas of service within the LCM District and the entire Orange Community.
These students can be found volunteering at area assisted living facilities, playing games or doing crafts with the residents, working at Art in the Park, putting up tee signs at a fundraiser golf tournament and turning out to help clear and clean homes of storm victims. They are quick to raise their hands any time help is needed.
The most recent event in which they were involved was one that they planned and ran on campus. Key Club hosted this year’s homecoming dance and committed the proceeds to give to staff members whose homes were damaged by Tropical Storm Imelda. There were 40 staff affected by the flood and the students raised enough to give each of those 40 affected a $20 gift card.
Woody Cox is the long-time sponsor of the Key Club and for years has mentored other sponsors throughout the Texas-Oklahoma District. The Kiwanis Club of Orange is the sponsor club for the high school Key Clubs in Orange.
From left, Kim Cox – Principal of Mauriceville Middle School, Woody Cox – Sponsor, Elizabeth Johns – Secretary, President–Amber Lester, Ryan DuBose – LCMHS Principal, recipient Jenny Hughes – District Accounts Payable Secretary, Treasurer–Kaylee Potter, Treasurer – Kaylee Potter and recipient Marlene Richard – PEIMS/Student Services Coordinator.