Service Clubs

Anchor Club

Sponsor: Jessica Ploman
President: Brooke Davis
Vice-president: Haley Daniels
Secretary: Kaitlyn Conder
Treasurer: Sydney Russell
Historian: Abby Sylvester

Anchor Club is an international youth service organization with hundred of clubs all around the world. The service projects include raising money for local scholarships, educating about how to protect the brain, supporting the wounded warriors as well as other local projects.

Updated: 10/06/2017


Chess Club

Sponsor:Marcus Sale
President:Charles Barber
Vice President:Lorenzo Walker
Secretary: Jackson Richards
Treasurer: Jace Allen
Historian: Allysa Chesterfield

Every Friday afternoon we play chess. If you don’t know how to play, don’t worry, we teach!Just show up and play. We meet in room 520.


Gay-Straight Alliance

Sponsor: Jenny Collier
President: David Chandler
Vice President: Liz Arteaga

Gay / Straight Alliance is a group of students who want to build a more knowledgeable, inclusive, and supportive environment for all members of the Mosley community. Membership is open to all students– LBGT, friends and allies–who seek to make Mosley a safe and positive place for everyone.


Interact

Sponsor: Cindy McGuire
President: Peyton Breland
Vice President: Marybeth McGuire
Secretary: Kamryn Shefield
Treasurer: Jordan Bradley

Interact is a service club that works with the local Rotary Club in Lynn Haven to provide service for our community.  The purpose of Interact is to provide an opportunity for young people to work together in a world of fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding. Members of Interact will develop constructive leadership, personal integrity, practice thoughtfulness, and helpfulness towards others. Interact will build respect for rights of others, create an awareness of the importance of home and family, and emphasize acceptance of individual responsibility on the basis of personal success, community improvement, and group achievement. Finally, Interact will provide opportunities for increased knowledge and understanding of community, national, and world affairs.

Updated on Oct. 10, 2017


Juniorettes

Sponsor:Mrs. Lisenbee
President:Emily Brock
Vice President:Brooke Gadd
Secretary: Ellie Stopka
Treasurer:Gabby Bowen

A group of young women, who are interested in helping others through volunteering. Juniorettes gives young women the oppurtunity to work with community leaders, other volunteer organizations, her sponsoring club,and other members of the club.


Key Club

Sponsor: Patrick Hair
President: Sydney McGinnis
Vice President: Hannah Baggett
Secretary: Jenna Lance
Treasurer: Hannah Platt
Historian: Campbell Swatts

Key Club is the oldest and largest service organization for high school students that teaches leadership through serving others. Caring is the way of life and members are encouraged to be involved and to volunteer! Key club is opened to any student who desires to become a leader in his/her school and community and wishes to provide service to others.

Updated on Oct. 10, 2017


Lucky Paws

Sponsor: Hannah Stewart
President: Kassidy Stinger
Vice President: Amelia Oliver
Secretary: Jesse Carleton 
Treasurer: Caylee Smith
Historian: Ryan Daniels

As a service club, we raise money and collect food, toys, beds, etc. For the dogs/cats of the Bay County Humane Society. We volunteer, play with the animals, and obtain service hours while doing so. Doing much more, Lucky Paws is a great way to get involved and help with a great cause. Don’t shop, adopt!

Updated on Oct. 10, 2017


Peer Buddy Club

Sponsor: Kelly Daniels
President(s): Timothy Potter & Kelly Taylor
Vice President: Britney Brock
Secretary: Lianna Jones
Treasurer: Colton Cooper
Special Olympics/Historian: Aliyah Julius
Fundraising: Haley Gibson
Events: Khiley Petron

The purpose of the club is to promote socialization and fun between different groups of students.  Special Olympics is the highlight event of the year. All students are invited to attend weekly meetings and membership is free.

Updated: 10/17/2017


 

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