Key Club of Riverton spreads Christmas cheer decorating the high school commons
RIVERTON, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) -
The Riverton Key Club decorated the high school commons today after school. This is a tradition that has gone on since long before the current advisor, Brady Beers, has been in place. A homemade poinsettia tree stand was created, and the Key Club purchases the plants to fill it from Woodward’s Floral in Riverton.
They are thankful to bring some cheer to students, and support local businesses at the same time.
Beers noted, “It’s a nice way to get December started for the school. It’s kind of at that point in time when everyone’s dragging a little bit, ready for Christmas break. It beings a little bit of color to the commons area. Especially this year it’s a good thing to remind people that Christmas is still going to happen, we’re still going to get to have some fun.”
After the plants are taken down, the Key club sells poinsettias to raise money for their program, and gives some away to spread some love to the staff and community members.
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