Key Club Gives Love to Patients at Women & Children’s Hospital


Jocelyn Wright, Savannah Weed, Lydia Walker, and Mallori Sanders make valentines for women and children.

Jacob Latham

Key Club made valentines for the patients at the Women and Childrens Hospital in Mobile. The valentines contained sayings such as “ Happy Valentines Day” in multiple languages and were covered in related decorations. Key Club members created about twenty to thirty valentines; moreover, this was a district wide event where Key Clubs all around Baldwin County made valentines for the Women and Children’s hospital.

“I know that I did something productive to the patients and I hope that whoever receives my card enjoys it,” Jocelyn Wright Key Club member said.

Kennedy Constantini working to bring joy to others with the cards.

The Women and Children’s Hospital is a specialized facility made to meet the needs of women and children. According to the the USA Health System website, there are about one 185,000 clinic patients and 350,000 outpatients, there are also twenty 8000 babies delivered and 60,000 emergency visits annually to the Hospital. That is a lot of needs and Key club member Savannah Weed is joyful and hopes to help impact the lives in the hospital by simply making a valentines Day card.

“I am really thankful to be part of an event that could bring much joy to the women and children who may not have close family to celebrate Valentine’s Day,” Weed said