AHS Key Club having an impact in community

AHS Key Club having an impact in community
Key ClubMembers of Arlington High School’s Key Club have spent the past year volunteering their time organizing maternity and children’s clothing and other supplies at Tiny Blessings Boutique. Tiny Blessings was started during the pandemic as a free drive-through resource for children from birth through age 5.

“We saw a big need for clothes, diapers and other baby supplies and that need has only increased,” said Karla Marsh, Tiny Blessings Boutique Director. “People can now make appointments and come in person to shop at the boutique. The boutique is open to whoever needs help.”

The boutique accepts donations, and the students organize the donations. Key Club member, Kathleen Azpiri, volunteered last summer at the boutique and thought it would be a great project for Key Club. Key Club members volunteer on the first Thursday of every month at Tiny Blessings.

“This seemed like a great opportunity for Key Club,” said Azpiri. “It can really make a difference in our community.”

Tiny Blessings Boutique is located at 730 E. Highland Drive inside the Arlington FM Church.