Junior takes part in many extra curriculars

Lauren Rich, staff writer

Amiya Williams, an ambitious junior at CMR, is involved in many extracurriculars. Her activities include BPA (Business Professionals of America), Student Government, and Key Club. She encourages people to join all of these, especially Key Club.

Being the lieutenant governor for Division 2 of Key Club, Williams attended a conference this past weekend in Miles City. She thoroughly enjoyed the conference, commenting on how well her interactions with other people went and how these could benefit the Key Club at CMR.

“You meet so many new people, so you can bring back all the ideas that they have had,” Williams said. The conference also inspired her to try new things, even with members across the river.

“There are a couple things that I actually plan to do with GFH now,” she said.

She added the great things Key Club is continually participates in and how happy she is to take part in.

Williams also mentioned that she is especially humbled to be apart of this organization, commenting on how it’s influenced her life.

“It’s really shaped who I am as a person today. Being able to volunteer has changed my perspective on a lot of different things.”