Boyd Key Turns
Cancellation of in-person school doesn't stop community service
by Ray Schaeffer for The Daily Independent.
Peyton Boblett is becoming a virtual football general manager. Lexi Marcum talks about what she did this spring.
Erin Borders remembers a family member who recently passed away, and Olivia Mulhearn can reminisce about her now-completed high school athletic career.
Boblett, Marcum, Borders and Mulhearn were athletes at Boyd County this school year. They were members of the school’s Key Club, and they’ve spent the days since in-person classes were canceled for the rest of the school year doing what they’ve come to love – giving back.
“I always loved community service,” said Marcum, who plays soccer, “and Key Club was another way for me to have opportunities to do community service.” .....Please click here to continue to read this article from Daily Independent pages B1 and B2.