"This day working at Kiddieland was just like any other, except for the fact that it was the last day that we would see our senior Key Clubbers. We operated rides such as the Rockets, Go-Gator, Merry-Go-Round, Helicopters, and Cars, and there was a pretty good turnout. It was a great day at Kiddieland, once again."
- Geffry Flores
"For Kiwanis Day, Merced Key Club volunteered to clean their school library for the upcoming school year. They spent two hours cleaning desks, wiping dust and dirt from all the windows and computers, and cleaning walls. We also transplanted an umbrella tree and displayed it in front of the entrance of our library. Our members brought rags, towels, and cleaning solution for this event. Our librarian, Ms. Morgan, appreciated all the hard work that everyone put into this event, and stated that the library never looked brighter and cleaner. This day was considered the last day for our seniors, as members of Key Club, and we appreciate all that they have contributed for this club and wish them the best of luck in the future."
- Jaymee Illescas
"The Turlock Key Club District Council Meeting was the first time our newly elected officers went to an event as a team, although missing our president, Duy Trinh, due to a leg injury. Our members were driven to Turlock by our retiring Adviser, Micky Lenahan, who definitely made this DCM, one to remember. On our drive from Merced to Turlock we danced and sang to music from all genres, all thanks to Micky's auxiliary cord. Once we arrived at the DCM it was time to mingle with other Key Clubbers and listen to division updates from our Lieutenant Governor, Prubjot Chahal."
- Geffry Flores