My legacy is not one where I was able to have 100% on-time submissions every single month (although, I did manage to have it on one month!), nor is my legacy putting the division in a perfect spot. There still is a lot of work to do. My legacy was not built upon perfection. My legacy that I have left D28W was the feeling of unity in each member’s hearts. The resources and tools that clubs needed access to in order to succeed as a Key Club. The guidance that a club would seek when faced with a trivial situation. The support that members needed when presented with moments of stress and times of adversity. The leadership that the division needed to take one step forward towards excellence.
That is what I left the division in order for the division to grow, which in turn will help the district grow. That is my legacy.
A year later, I serve as the Treasurer of the Cali-Nev-Ha District. It’s time for me to leave a new legacy. Our District Board, the LegaBEEs, aims to leave our legacy on this district. This truly will be a golden year.