Jenks Key Club-Division 25 West

Caring - Our Way of Life

Author: Gum Aung (page 1 of 3)

Jenks Conservation Club (at Turkey Mountain)

“Hello, the Jenks Conservation Club is hosting an event at Turkey Mountain where they will be hiking different trails and picking up the trash that is found (gloves and trash bags will be provided). The event will last two hours but the date has not been determined. They would like to know how many people would be interested in helping out. You can indicate that you would like to participate by signing up below but you are not committed to participate by doing so. This is just to allow for a rough guess for how many people will be there. Those who sign up will be contacted at a later time when the date is finalized then you can choose whether or not to attend. You will be able to count these two hours towards Key Club and Distinguished Service Graduate. Thank you for your help! If you have any questions contact Holly Hilst at

The date for this event hasn’t been determined but if you want to do it you can sign up and they will email when the date is set.


Volunteer opportunity at Hometown Huddle 5-8 pm, Friday, September, 27th

The event is held on the south side of the Jenks Education Service Center (ESC) in the Jenks Downtown Commons.

Check in on the Southside of the ESC building near entrance.

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Hometown Huddle

They need Volunteer for the hometown huddle on Friday, September, 27th 4 pm to 8 pm.

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Craft of Q BBQ Competition

The Craft of Q BBQ Competition needs your help on this Saturday, September 21st 1pm to 3pm. at the RiverWalk Crossing Check in near Burn Co. BBQ


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This event is the appreciation cookout for State of Oklahoma Patriot Guard Riders. It will be held outside and they need Helping with serving, directing and cleaning. it will be 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm on September 22 on Sunday. The event will take place at Legend Assisted Living and Memory Care at Tulsa Hill  701 W. 71St S, Tulsa, OK 74132.

Make sure to check-in at the entrance to the building.


Annual India Fest

This  is our time

Annual India Fest

Hay KEYCLUBERS Annual India Fest need YOUR help this Friday and Saturday!

Location: River Spirit Expo Square

4145 E 21st St, Tulsa

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NEED Volunteer at PTA Meet the Teacher Event at Jenks Southeast Elementary


We need your help at the PTA Meet the Teacher Event at Jenks Southeast Elementary. Need you guys to be runners at their checkout station for school supplies.

  • Meet the Teacher event is on Thursday, August 15.
  • You can sign up for 10:00 AM -1:00 PM or 3:00 PM -6:00 PM.
  • Located at Jenks Southeast Elementary 

Click the link below to sign up



Hey everyone, the year has just started and that means it’s time to get back and start volunteering.  IndiaFest is a fun, easy way to help out the community and to learn about a new culture.  This year IndiaFest will take place on August 27th at the River Spirit Expo Center (4145 E. 21st St., Tulsa).  This event has various jobs but some include greeting people, monitoring kid’s stations, and also just doing miscellaneous chores that are needed throughout the day.  They will need help Friday August 26th after school as well to help set up the event and help Saturday evening to tear down.  If you are interested in helping out or have any questions please contact

World in a Box Day

There’s a great opportunity at the Hardesty Library on August 6th from 11AM to 3PM to get some volunteering in before the school year starts.  Participating in World in a Box Day is a great way to help out in spreading the knowledge of various cultures right here in our own community.  There will be small booths set up for various countries along with representatives to speak about them.  Volunteers will have various jobs such as storytelling or checking people in.  Additionally, volunteers will be needed for set up and teardown as well.  If you are interested in helping out at this event please contact for further information.

Scholarship and cowl info for seniors!

This year, we are happy to announce that we have 3 scholarships available to seniors who are in good standing (you do not have to be an officer or board member to apply). We have 1 $1000 and 2 $500 scholarships available. Applications are in Mrs. Langley’s room and are due on May 6th by 3pm-no exceptions.

Seniors in good standing are also encouraged to visit Mrs. Langely and get their graduation cowls. Cowls are loaned out, but may be purchased for $15. If you are unsure about whether or not you’re in good standing, please visit Mrs. Langley as she has the current senior roster posted. If there are any problems, please email me ( or talk with Mrs. Langley ASAP so we can fix it.


Finally, a big shout out to the Jenks Kiwanis for helping fund some of our scholarships. If you would like to come support our Kiwanians and new officers, be sure to swing by the Jenks Methodist Church from 7:30-10 am in your Key Club shirt for a pancake breakfast ($5 donation recommended). If you need more points for April, you can still help out at the Plant and Herb Festival this week from 8-4, or the  Ford Test Drive at the HS parking lot. Our new Lt. Governor, Brandon Burnett, is also hosting his first Presidential Council Meeting (PCM) at Meritt’s Bakery from 4-5. Attendance is not mandatory, but if you’re interested in learning more about what goes on in the Texas-Oklahoma (TO) district and Key Club International, feel free to drop by.

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