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The Orcagonian

|Astoria|Knappa|Seaside| Tillamook|Wahkiakum|Warrenton| August 2018 |Volume 1| Issue 5| Pacific Northwest District

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Letter From Lt.G. Upcoming Events About Division 42C Get Featured Executive Officers Committee Chairs  PNW District Service Projects in The Summer THE ESPRESSO DCON Workshop Applications District Project Water Facts PNW Social Media

Letter From Lt.G. Hello Division 42C! I hope you all had a jazzy July full of service! Hope everyone is enjoying their summer vacation. Though school is around the corner use the last few weeks to plan out the year.  For example scheduling service projects, start making goals, and planning club meetings for the school year.  Your goals can be as small as adding 5 new members  or as large as raising $300 dollars for the Thirst Project. Decide as a club or even among the officers what you want to accomplish this year. Setting goals are a great way to have a successful year of service as long as you have work together to accomplish them.         I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer and having fun in the sun. Don't forget I'm always here if you have any questions, concerns, or if you just want to talk! :) In Love and Service, Andrea Castro Lieutenant Governor of Division 42C Pacific Northwest District (503) 440-8303


Upcoming Events

July 2018

August 5th 2018- SECRETARY REPORTS August 19th 2018- PCM Video Call on Snapchat at 11:30 AM


About Division 42C Club in Our Division Astoria, Knappa, Seaside, Tillamook, Wahkiakum, and  Warrenton.

Mascot- Oliver The Orca Division Colors- Black, Blue, and White.

Stay Connected @pnwdvision42C @an.dreacastro @pnwkeyclubdivision42c @Andrea Castro Text @pnwdiv42C to 81010


Get Featured! Want your club to be featured? During your service projects be sure to snap some photos to get featured in next month's newsletter! Be sure to tell me what your service project was about and the names of Key Clubbers in each photo. Email or text photos to  Email: Phone Number: (503) 440-8303

Want to be Key Clubber of The Month? Write a short paragraph about why you joined Key Club and/or your favorite service project. Be sure to send a photo of yourself! Email or text to Email: Phone Number: (503) 440-8303


Executive Officers

Ingrid Redford District Governor Division 38

Brandon Orick District Secretary Division 70

Andy He District Treasurer Division 56

Julie Lely District Editor Division 66


Committee Chairs

William Hartig Convention Chair  Division AYS

Crystal Choi District Project Chair Division 30

Anthony Alvarado K-Family Relations Chair Division 30

Kyoko Hall Andy He Daniel Huynh Membership Growth and PNWOF Chair Webmaster Reactivation Chair  Division 56 Division 66 Division 33


PNW District The PNW District geographically the largest District of Key Club International. Our District includes Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Northern California, and the Panhandle of Idaho.  There is under 41 divisions. "It's raining, it's pouring, and PNW is soaring above the rest, 'cause we're the best, Pacific Northwest!" Member Count: 13,208 Club Count: 293 Color: Fuchsia Pink Mascot: Mortimer Moose


Service Projects in The Summer Clean Ups! Summer vacation is the perfect time to do service projects! Here are some service projects you and your club can do.

Park Clean Up Beach Clean Up Camp Clean Up Neighborhood Clean Up Hiking Trail Clean Up

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Fund raise for The District Project or home club by organizing a

Animal Shelters Soup Kitchens Community Events Camps Retirement Homes

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Bake Sale Car Wash Walkathon Garage Sale Carnival Talent Show 50/50 Raffle


Be sure to read THE ESPRESSO!

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Thank you for reading!

Volume 1 Issue 5: Division 42C August 2018  
Volume 1 Issue 5: Division 42C August 2018