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The Key Club of Jackson High School encourages the community to "BAND Together"

The Key Club of Jackson High School is initiating a Yuda Bands fundraiser selling handcrafted string and coconut shell bracelets by Guatemalan artisans. Profits go to support a young female student from Zimbabwe who wants to become a doctor.
Yuda Bands bracelets. Photo courtesy of Jackson High School Key Club.

By Jackson High School Key Club Vice President Olivia Kim, February 9, 2021.

The Key Club of Jackson High School announces the initiation of our Yuda Bands fundraiser.

The bracelets we are selling are handcrafted by Guatemalan artisans from string and coconut shells.

“The bracelets represent more than just fashion,” said Alex Huynh, President of the Jackson High School Key Club.

He went on to say, “They represent hope, as the profits go to support a young female student from Zimbabwe who has hopes of becoming a doctor but needs the support of this fundraiser.”

The Jackson High Key Club is a student-run organization of over 100 students committed to public service hours and fundraising efforts to help the local and global communities.

The current Covid-19 sanctions have truly hampered our efforts to raise money, so we are reaching out via the Internet and asking for your help.

By purchasing a Yuda Bands bracelet, you will proudly support their cause as the community all BANDS together.

Just go to https://www.everettsd.org/jacksonhs for more information and to find the fundraising site where you can order your wristband!

Feel free to purchase a few extras for your family and friends! Each band only costs $10.00 and goes a long way to help a young student achieve her dreams.

The Key Club of Jackson High School is initiating a Yuda Bands fundraiser selling handcrafted string and coconut shell bracelets by Guatemalan artisans. Profits go to support a young female student from Zimbabwe who wants to become a doctor.

Bands Together project leaders left to right: Jasmine Nguyen (Key Club chairperson), Olivia Kim (Vice President), Alex Huynh (President), and Jessie Yu (Key Club chairperson).

Founded in 1925, Key Club of Jackson High School is associated with the Kiwanis Club of Mill Creek and is one of the largest student organizations in the Everett School District. 

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