In 8th grade, Tanner Roe had one of his final surgeries and became very passionate about spreading awareness on Scoliosis and serving his small and tight-knit community to help promote a variety of causes.
At the end of his sophomore year, his friends convinced him to join Key Club, since they believed it was right up his alley. He immediately fell in love with the organization and ran for President of his home club. After being elected, Tanner attended his first District Convention and Key Leader and saw the true scope of Key Club International. Amazed, he realized he wanted to serve Key Club in a variety of ways, including as a district officer
Tanner is now the Lieutenant Governor of Division 5 in the Montana District. Key Club’s trulyInternational Scale brought him here, aided his passion for service, and brought his community, club, and fellow members together.