Meridian Medical Arts Charter Key Club

Pictured from left to right are Sydney Hahn (Utah-Idaho District Bulletin editor), Bri Schneider (Utah-Idaho District governor), and D.J. Rapp (Division 6 lieutenant governor).

Three students from Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School earned regional level positions in the 64th annual Utah-Idaho Key Club District Convention.

The event was held at the beginning of March in Pocatello.

Bri Schneider was elected as the 2018-2019 Utah-Idaho District governor, which is the highest possible elected position at the regional level, according to Blake Gaudet, the school’s Key Club adviser. Schneider is the first governor from Meridian Medical Arts and will represent the region and her school at Key Club International events in Chicago, Baltimore, and Indianapolis over the next few months.

“I am very excited to take on this new challenge that will help me improve my leadership skill,” Schneider said. “I hope to grow our district and increase numbers for our district convention as well as share my passion for volunteering with individuals around me.”

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D.J. Rapp was elected lieutenant governor for Division 6 (Ada County), and Sydney Hahn was re-elected as the Utah-Idaho bulletin editor. All three students will serve in their positions until the 65th annual convention, which will be held in Utah next March.

The Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School Key Club donated over 3,000 hours of community service this year.

“We’re really proud of all three of these young ladies,” Gaudet said. “They’re a phenomenal representation of the type of student we have in our club and at our school, and I’m positive they’re going to do great things for our District.”

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