Members of the Lynbrook High School Key Club hosted their annual holiday party for senior citizens at the Lynbrook Recreation Center on Dec. 19. The special dinner allowed for community members and students to join together in the spirit of the holiday season.
Key Club members served food, cleaned up dishes, gave away prizes from local community stores that donated to the event and spoke with the senior citizens. The senior citizens shared stories from when they were in Lynbrook schools and gave advice to the students for future endeavors such as college and the workforce.
“It was great to see the people so happy, such a rewarding experience,” said Key Club vice president Hannah Hawxhurst.
“The Lynbrook Key Club members were so excited for this event,” added Key Club adviser Dr. Ben Tieniber. “They did an outstanding job volunteering their time with the community.”