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KEY CLUB Issue 3- November 8, 2012

2013-2014 YEAR What We Are In this issue! Introduction................. 1 Past Events .................. 2 Upcoming Events ....... 3 Extras ............................ 4

Thank you for taking the time to help your community!

Key Club is the largest service leadership organization in the world. Key Club empowers its quarter million youth members to lead and serve in almost 5,000 clubs in 24 nations. Providing more than 12 million service hours annually, Key Club proves to be an ever-popular high school organization for teenagers seeking to cultivate leadership skills, develop friendships, and perform service in their communities. Since the first Key Club at Sacramento High School (California) in 1925, Key Club members demonstrate a passion for helping others and develop excellent leadership skills they carry with them for a lifetime.

STUDENT-LED Key Club is an organization of individual Key Clubs and is funded by nominal dues paid by every member. Its officers are high school leaders elected by the members at district and International Conventions.

INCLUSIVENESS The requirements for Key Club membership are set forth in the Bylaws of Key Club International. Specifically, Key Club membership is open to any student who desires to become a leader in his/her school and community and wishes to

provide service to others.

LEADERSHIP Every Key Club elects its own officers annually. A president, one or more vice presidents, a secretary, a treasurer, and an editor are elected each year. The club is organized into committees, which are responsible for planning and implementing the club’s service projects, social activities, and leadership development. To be successful, it is important the every Key Club member find a role in the club.

CARING: OUR WAY OF LIFE Each Key Club has the autonomy to select and plan its own service projects. However, members unite to make an international impact with Key Club International are UNICEF, Read & Lead, March of Dimes, and Children’s Miracle Network. The Key Club Service Initiative invites members to serve children in an educational hands-on approach and changes every two years to meet the needs of children.

Mission An international, student-led organization providing its members with opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership.

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 Past Events! Thanks to those who helped out!:3 Swim Meet9/16/13& 9/24/13 Key clubbers decorated posters and cheered on our fellow Apollo hawk swimmers in their meet. Key Clubber Aisha Raji shared her feelings on the meet. “It was fun and HOT ,” She states. “But we had a lot of water bottles at least which was great!” Nicole Dunlap also enjoyed the meet as well. “I really had fun making posters and cheering!” This September swim meet sure was a SPLASH of fun in service!

COOP 8/26 & 9/16 & 9/30

Combase 9/17

This sure has been the crave of the Club! Members just love spending time with the little preschoolers !This month we read stories and did arts and crafts! Now that the Coop Committee is forming up, new and exciting activities are in store for any aspiring member who wishes to participate in coop events! Esmeralda Ray sure had a blast! “It was nice ! All the little kids were super cute! “ She exclaimed. “Expect them to be really hyper!”But don’t fret Key Clubbers! If you haven’t gone this September and August, there will be more opportunities!

Members have been lining up to go spend time with the best buddies students! They sure had a good time! This month we provided many awesome activities! “We used toilet paper rolls and made race cars,” Joanne Nyguyen shared. ”We raced and then we colored and made snacks. It was enjoyable to bond with them.” IT is so riveting to know you are serving and building relationships at the same time.

FOOD BANKS ST MARY’S &Vineyard

Club Rush8/14/13

WOAH! What a way to give back to the Community! Our caring members packaged food and served those in our community who are less fortunate! Every member left this experience with their hearts warmed. “It was a lot of Fun and work but it was all worth it,” Esmeralda Ray stated. “We made a difference for a good cause,” our AWESOME president Michel Dominguez added. Way to go!

ZOOM! You all were zipping to our line to sign up for key club this year! We must have a lot of eager people ready to get down into service! “We have so many members,” stated Mariela Chaidez, our lovely PR. “Its Exciting and scary at the same time! Mostly Exciting!”

Faculty Tailgate 9/20/13 TOUCHDOWN! Community services is a win when you get to play and set up games for our Apollo faculty tailgate activities. Watching kids and watching our Football team is a double point win ! If you haven’t gone yet, the season isn’t over!

Luminaries8/27/13 This little light of mine, Clubbers gonna let it SHINE! On open house, we lit up the campus with luminaries that ”illuminated” pathways for students and their parents as they ventured to their classes. “Spreading out the lights made the campus beautiful!” Ashley Honeyumptewa shared. What a view !

AWESOME JOB EVERYONE!

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Upcoming Events iN Febuary and MArch ! Sign UP and Show Up!!:)<3

COOP 9/30 ST vincent9/30 DESSERT BAKING 10/01 CARNIVAL10/01 MOVIE NIGHT TAILGATE 10/02 PARADE10/04 HOMCOMING DANCE GLOW STICK SALES 10/05 COOP 10/14 HORIZON TUTORING10/14 ST VINCENT 10/14 RONALD MCDONALD10/14 HORIZUN TUTORING 10/15 COMBASE 10/15 VINEYARD10/17 MANZINITA PICNIC10/19

LEADERSHIP

SERVICE

FRIENDSHIP KEY

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Participate

Commbase is an event where we bond with students with disabilities on campus. President of Best Buddies, Joanna Salis, shares information on these amazing Apollo hawks and how to communicate with them by using eye contact and making them feel welcomed by smiling. “These students look up to us and think of us as the ‘Big Kids,’ even though they are our age, “ she states. “It is essential to watch what we say around them because we are role models to them.” Joanna also explains the importance of not referring to them to their disabilities but empower them with their unique traits as individuals. Using the “R” word is unacceptable, as well. “No Slurs or defensive terms either,” President Michel asserts. This is a great bonding experience and a great way to show appreciation and equality to all those who attend Apollo. Don’t miss such a wonderful opportunity! Sign up!

Enjoy Yourself

Attend Events

Help Out

Dedicatio

Community Service

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EXTRA EXTRA READ ALL ABOUT IT! Have you turned in your dues? Make sure you DO!;) WAVE THOSE WAIVERS! YOU CANT ATTEND CERTAIN EVENTS UNTIL YOU TURN THE IN

Congrats to our new board! Freshmen- Vanessa Sophomore- Jenae Junior-Sandy Senoir-Alejandra

CANDY MONEY IS DUE TURN IT IN ASAP!    

If you sign up show up!

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President.. Michel Dominguez Vice president…Adilene Rivera Secretary…Velkiz Munoz Treasurer… Cassandra Mouton Bulletin Editor… Brianna Mouton PR…..Mariela Chaidez Advisors…. Ms. Claudio &Ms. June

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