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august 2019 brooklyn tech the beaver tree


NOTE FROM THE

BULLETIN EDITOR HEY KEY CLUBBERS! How's everyone's summer been? I hope you guys have been doing well! I've been taking SAT classes, which have been so so boring, but at least I'll be prepared. I'm sure a lot of you have been just as productive, if not more! Summer's a great time to be super productive and get a hold of amazing opportunities!

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Busy as we all are, I hope you all have been making time for Key Club events, since we have some amazing stuff going on! I recently went to our BTHS x Stuy Governors Island fundraiser, which was amazing!! Updates on that later, so keep reading!!

YOURS IN SERVICE,

ELLEN SETO


I am so glad I decided to join Key Club alongside my friends. Through this club, I’ve met a countless amount of new people and have experienced things I never would have before.

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TABLE

OF

CONTENTS

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reminders please read them!

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follow us on both our social media and on our service journey

our board see who our executive and cabinet board are

executive remarks from our president and our treasurer

events see what we've been doing and what we have planned!

updates we have a bunch of stuff happening, so check it out


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divisional news what's happening in our division?

district news see what the new york district is up to!

international news you should see what we're all doing!

district board do you know who's on our board?

special thanks to who?

puzzle get some points while you're here!

club advisors who helps us?

key club pledge memorize it!

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reminders THINGS TO

REM EMBER Remember to check your emails and our social media to keep up with our events and updates! Otherwise, you'll miss out on great events and activities. We have a bunch of events, so get your cameras out! You can submit your photos to be featured in the newsletter via our Google photo album. Start submitting articles, too! Watch our member representative videos! Our reps and Visual Media work hard on filming and editing, so please watch them for quick and entertaining updates.

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FOLLOW US

on social media We are a community that focuses on service and volunteer work so we can help others and

thetechkey Brooklyn Tech Key Club

the place we live in. Here, we give everyone opportunities to character,

build

BTHS KC

leadership

and have a place to feel included. We're here to make a difference.

and

make

change our own way.

Follow us on our

service journey 4


THE

EXECUTIVE BOARD AYAN RAHMAN

SIMRUN KOTHARI

president pres.thetechkey@gmail.com @ayan.rahman

co-secretary sec.thetechkey@gmail.com @simrunkothari

YOUSSEF EL MOSALAMI

MARIYA MELEGANICH

vice president vp.thetechkey@gmail.com @youssefelmosalami

co-secretary sec.thetechkey@gmail.com

ABIGAIL ISAKOV

bulletin editor editor.thetechkey@gmail.com @ellnsto

treasurer treas.thetechkey@gmail.com @abyiskv

RICKY KE executive assistant executiveassistant.thetechkey@gmail.com @rickyke03

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ELLEN SETO

AURORA HOM

web master web.thetechkey@gmail.com @aurorahom


THE

CABINET BOARD DORIS HONG

BILLY ZHOU

member representative memberrep.thetechkey@gmail.com @dorishongg

visual media committee co-head media.thetechkey@gmail.com @billyzh_

AUDREY WONG

RAYMOND NG

member representative memberrep.thetechkey@gmail.com @awdrizzy

visual media committee co-head media.thetechkey@gmail.com @raymond_nx

RICHARD ZHAO

ANDREW ZHOU

member representative memberrep.thetechkey@gmail.com @richardzhaoo

school services committee co-head schoolservices.thetechkey@gmail.com @_andrewzhou_

TENZIN DOLKAR

JASON GAO

single service director singleservice.thetechkey@gmail.com @word2tenzin

school services committee co-head schoolservices.thetechkey@gmail.com @itsjasons_

ERICA ZHANG

MEEZAB IFTIKHAR

events coordinator eventscoordinator.thetechkey@gmail.com @ericazhng

fundraising committee head fundraising.thetechkey@gmail.com @meezab_321

CHENGTAO ZHENG

SUZANA MORSHED

interclub coordinator sec.thetechkey@gmail.com @ctxzheng

advocacy committee head advocacy.thetechkey@gmail.com @suxana.m

IRENE LIU scrapbook committee head scrapbooking.thetechkey@gmail.com @irenee_beanee

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AYAN RAHMAN.

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PRESIDENT'S REMARK. I'm really proud of every single one of you for making our club what it is today.

HI BROOKLYN TECH! Wow,

it's

been

extraordinary

an

summer

so far, just as I predicted it would be in the last newsletter! officially

We've

reached

just

about halfway in our fundraising goal ($2488 raised so far!) and our service is looking topnotch. Keep attending events and making a change

in

our

communities! It's baffling to me that there remains almost a whole month left

before

summer

related to supporting

reaches its conclusion.

immigrant/refugees,

There is so much left

and so much more.

for us to do, I can't

Thank

imagine

everything you do, see

just

how

much we will get done by the end. I'm really proud of every single one of you for making our club what it is today. Look forward to what the rest of summer

you

all

for

you at the next event!

YOURS IN CARE AND SERVICE AYAN RAHMAN BTHS KEY CLUB PRESIDENT

holds in store! There will

be

another

fundraiser event 8


ABIGAIL ISAKOV.

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know! We'd love to get

HEY KEY CLUBBERS!

some

you who have attended the Adventure Island We

really

appreciate the support! Unfortunately,

the

Billiards fundraiser we planned

had

to

suggestions

from you guys and what

Thank you to those of

fundraiser.

fun

be

cancelled but I promise

you'd like to see in the future. Also, don’t forget to read emails to get the latest updates!

YOURS IN CARE AND SERVICE ABIGAIL ISAKOV BTHS KEY CLUB TREASURER

it will make a return in the coming months! We

The best way to find

have a lot of fundraising

yourself is to lose

events in the works for

yourself in the service

you all. If you have any

of others.

ideas,

- Mahatma Gandhi

TREASURER'S REMARK. 10


OUR EVENTS july & august

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bths x stuy adventures at governors islandl

minorities in mental health festival

summer streets

bths x stuy volunteering at the wyckoff house museum

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k-family picnic

8.10

chinatown beautification day

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wie soup kitchen

8.13

packing meal kits with lemontree

"shelter out" caav's aya magazine launch

8.13 8.15

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BTHS X STUY

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ADVENTURES AT GOVERNORS ISLAND 14


A DAY AT

GOVERNORS ISLAND without a doubt,

the view of the city from the

my Governors Island experience ferry to getting lost on the island was genuinely one of the most while trying to find the right fun days I've had. From enjoying 15

location, I had an enjoyable time


spending time with my friends

summer, this specific event

I WAS GLAD TO BE ABLE TO SUPPORT THE CHILDREN'S MIRACLE NETWORK HOSPITALS

allowed me to take a break from

always offers these experiences

my responsibilities and actually

to me, and I can always enjoy

enjoy my summer.

Not to

being with my friends while

mention, I was glad I was able to

giving back and supporting my

to support the Children’s Miracle

community, which is so amazing.

from both Brooklyn Tech and Stuyvesant. Especially since I was busy for the majority of the

Overall, I'll always look back at

HOW MUCH DID WE RAISE?

this event as a day I’ll always

WE RAISED A TOTAL OF $879!

DOROTHY CHAN

Network attending

Hospitals a

by

just

barbecue

and

remember.

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participating in fun activities. Everyone was there to have a great time while supporting a great cause, so it was just an amazing experience. Key Club 16


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MINORITIES FESTIVAL DID YOU KNOW? The color of the mental health awareness ribbon is green.

stories about mental s

With various stations s

around the park, eve had

their

own

u

experiences and stori

share. Each experience

us about how they we The Minority’s Mental Health Festival

the bottom, but that

event was an awakening experience that

mean they stopped and

brought awareness to the importance of

up. Instead they over

our physical AND mental health. Despite

their issues and used

the

own personal experienc

blazing

weather, 23

hot

summer

volunteers

at

afternoon this

educated and shared heartbreaking

event

educated the youth that


IN

MENTAL HEALTH

should

JULY THEME OF THE MONTH

never

keep

anything

to

ourselves. We are never alone and have many resources available to us to help us during times in need. All of these storytelling and events happened

on

a

hot

Saturday

afternoon at Rainey Park in Astoria. With the river just yards away and shade above our heads, it was a

safety.

perfect place for this event. There

set up

was no city noise interrupting this

eryone

important event. Not to mention, we

unique

got free bracelets and pop sockets!

es to

e told to the mean

ve up.

e their

r own

s

The lesson we learned? Be aware of others and yourself. And don’t keep anything to yourself because there is always someone there to help you!

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S

ummer streets was definitely one of the most unique volunteering

the sheer number of people

experiences I’ve ever had.

participating. It made me feel

Even

like

while

I

was

just

I

was

really

doing

volunteering, I was able to

something awesome.

connect with many of my

experience

fellow Key Club members and

one of the most fun I’ve had

be greeted by some of the

in a while since I was even

runners that were passing by

encouraged

me. It felt great to support

climbing at one of the fun

NYC's initiative to decrease

exhibits

car usage. It was a really bug

Overall, summer streets was

event, and it surprised me by the sheer number of people

was

to they

This

definitely

go

rock

offered!

definitely an eye-opening

This experience was definitely one of the most fun I’ve had in a while. 25


STEERTS REMMUS

experience since it really gave me a reason why I wanted to volunteer and help out the community at the first place.

RICHARD ZHAO '22

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wendy zeng

T

his was my first time attending the Fabscrap Volunteer Event,

FABSCRAP

and I would say it was probably one of the The Brooklyn Army Terminal is humongous most rewarding event I’ve attended so far in

with many towering buildings, so then I

my years in Key Club. As Project Captain for

became overly concerned whether or not

this event, I had the responsibility to welcome the others can find it. (It was probably and be positive with the rest of the members

because I was anxious.) Anyways, I

attending the event. At first, I was pretty contacted them, and I decided to come concerned whether or not I can arrive on the

downstairs and find them personally

destination on time before the others arrived

because I want to get to know everyone as

because as Project Captain, I would be the one

soon as possible, so we can build a friendly

to guide them if they are lost. Thankfully, I

and positive atmosphere around us so no

arrived the earliest, and managed to find the one feels uncomfortable. Not gonna to lie, I location of the volunteer event, and honestly,Â

was pretty nervous for who I'd see because

it was no easy feat.

Key Club is one the clubs in Brooklyn

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Technical High School with the most


P

members, so we can’t always expect to attend events with our friends, but it also would be an great experience to meet new people, and I’m glad I did. Even though I was a little nervous, it turned out that the other members that attended FABSCRAP Volunteer Event were just people who wanted to offer their time to help their communities, like me. They were all extremely friendly and excited about the event just like I am. We met an intern working at FABSCRAP named Parker, and she was very kind. She gave us simple instructions on how to organize the fabrics that were donated to this nonprofit organization by the

lot of waste and pollution. If done correctly, we can give the unused fabric a second chance by recycling or donating it. To conclude,

after

just

three

hours

FABSCRAP, I’ve learned many things that we don’t realize when we’re shopping for clothes. There are always big piles of clothes that the companies don’t sell. FABSCRAP and their volunteers are able to to so they don’t go to waste. Therefore, I encourage other Key Clubbers to take a step forward, and attend an event that you find interesting like

FABSCRAP

because

you’ll

find

something new and experience something astounding.

WENDY ZENG '21

fashion industry. We sorted 5 big bags of fabric that came from an huge mountain from the center of the room. This made me realize that when the companies make clothes for its consumers, it results in lots of unused fabric, which is hard to get rid of without producing a

I encourage other Key Clubbers attend an event that you find interesting because you’ll find something new and experience something astounding.

in

wendy zeng

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BTHS X STUY VOLUNTEERING

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AT THE

WYCKOFF

HOUSE MUSEUM 30


a day at the wyckoff house museum.

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irene liu


colonial style 6-room structure that showcased the colonial life. I learned that it's one of the oldest Dutch farmhouses in the U.S., and it was used by the Wyckoff family for 8 generations until 1901. This place is full of history, and it was so fascinating to hear about. We also took a tour of the garden, which provides fresh fruits like raspberries and peaches to the Volunteering at the Wyckoff House Museum was a great experience. I learned the history of the museum and also got to do some gardening. The event started with introductions. I met the manager at Wyckoff, volunteers that helped regularly, and some Key Clubbers from Brooklyn Tech 

community, which is amazing. (We also spotted small houses for bees!) After the tour, it was time to do some volunteering. We all divided into groups and helped with different tasks like mulching, weeding, and composting. I was in charge of weeding the invasive weeds that grow on raspberry plants.

This place is full of history, and it was so fascinating to hear about. . .and we had a ton of fun weeding and cleaning up the garden together. and Stuyvesant. After getting to know everybody, the manager, Zach, gave us a tour of the Wyckoff House. The house itself was breathtaking! It was a

MEEZAB IFTIKHAR '22

While weeding, I also got to know the volunteers and their experience at the farm, and we had a ton of fun weeding and cleaning up the garden together. 32


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s a m o h t n e d aj

K

it allows you to meet people you may not have met otherwise.

At the annual K-family picnic, every Kiwanis

people branch got

from of to

converse, interact, and have fun with people that they may not have met before. Being in Key Club, I don’t really get to interact with counterparts from outside of my division, so meeting

fun games, and they encouraged

them from all over New York State

teamwork,

was extremely interesting. It also

networking. While I was a bit nervous

gave me the opportunity to make

to be in a group with mostly adults,

new friends, which I did! We played

everyone at the event made sure to

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bonding,

and

social


FAMILY make us feel welcome, and

some light on what you may

did everything that they

want to do after Key Club.

could

LTG JADEN THOMAS

to

make

it

an

experience to remember. The best part of the event

PICNIC

MIDWOOD '21

was when I got to bond with

my

fellow

Key

Clubbers from the New York District, as I hadn’t seen them since ICON. We took

so

many

photos,

spoke for what seemed like hours, and had a great time.

Overall,

I

would

encourage any member of the K-Family to attend this event next year as it allows you to meet people that you may not have met otherwise, and it sheds 38


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CHINATOWN BEAUTIFICATION

DAY / AN

INTER

DIVISIONAL EVENT WITH

DIVISIONS

8, 8a, 9, 10 & 11 41


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C HINATOW For

me,

my

experience

in

Chinatown Beautification Day was great. The people were extremely nice and the workshops taught me a

lot

about

the

history

of

Chinatown and the portrayal of Asian Americans in the media, which is important to know about. This event was really fulfilling and made me feel good because I was helping out other people. Even while I was sweeping through the streets

of Chinatown,

I

was

encouraged as nearby strangers congratulated us about how we’re doing

great

things

for

the

community and thanking us for

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BEAUTIFICATION


I WAS ENCOURAGED AS

WN

NEARBY STRANGERS

CONGRATULATED US

ABOUT HOW WE'RE

DOING GREAT THINGS

FOR THE COMMUNITY

AND THANKING US FOR

OUR SERVICE.

Finally, we finished the day off with a bang as many talented dancers performed our service. I think this is one of the

for us and entertained the

best parts of volunteering, knowing

crowd. Overall, I think that

that you made a difference and

Chinatown

that people are seeing it. After that,

Day was a great success, and

we even got to eat dumplings!

I would love to do it again!

Beautification

RYAN DONG

DAY

'22

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W I E SOUP KITCHEN

by kalden tsangpo AT THE SOUP KITCHEN, I was given a chance to experience giving back to the community. 53

Distributing food might seem like a small and measly task but it is also a process of giving back. Volunteering at the soup kitchen really brightened up my day. The ‘thank you’ and the ‘have a nice


remember this experience and to be thankful and humble for what I have

thank you’ and the ‘have a nice

now. Because I'm more fortunate

day’ remarks had made me

than others, I feel that it's my

admire their gratefulness and

responsibility to help those who need

positivity in the midst of their

it.. This is why I volunteer.

own dilemma. So I thought I had to reciprocate the same positive

One out of eight New Yorkers go hungry every single day. vibes because if they can do it, so can we. It makes me think about how fortunate we are, and I hope that wherever I am, I

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needy, Lemontre

different manne

only prepare t

that the custom the customers

food after they shipment.

To make prep and

help

ke

organized, Lem the

At the end of the day, I learned the importance of adding a pinch of love to make the meal kits extra special.

supplies

refrigerated

in

uses an assem

each station hold

item, and simply have the p

station drop in the ingredient

Kalden Tsangpo

orders.

Depending

HEY GUYS

stations might have different s

wha

8 or 16 oz of pasta) to accomm

it’s Wendy again! This time, our

customer’s needs. Most of the

fellow Key Clubbers, Kalden,

ingredients are put into Ziplock

Daniel, and I are working with

bags to keep them clean, except

Lemontree to pack meal kits for

for items like lemons or onions.

families in need for food. Unlike

Not only that, Lemontree also

a similar event called Village

provides volunteers gloves and

Temple Soup Kitchen that I

hair nets for hygienic purposes,

attended during previous years

and reinforces their idea multiple

where they pre-make the food

times to only use their best quality

before handing them out to the

items, which clearly demonstrates

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on

that customers can definitely put

Custo definit their t Lemon


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tree operates in a er because they the ingredients

mers order, and

meal packing with lemontree

cook their own

ey received the

parations easier

eep

everything

montree divides into

dry

and

ngredients

and

mbly line, where

lds a different i

person at each

ts the customer

at

they

order,

sizes of food (ex.

modate the

mers can tely put rust in ntree Wendy Zeng

their trust in Lemontree because they’re able to receive high quality ingredients with low costs from people who care about their wellbeing. Also, I want to mention that I met a lot of new people that I’ve taken a liking to, even though we've only met for two hours. If you don’t know me, I’m pretty shy when greeting strangers, but I guess that’s everyone, too, not just me right? Anyhow, our conversations weren't awkward

at all. Even if the conversation stopped, there’s always a new idea that suddenly pops up in your head. (If someone becomes close friends with me, I’m extremely talkative, so be prepared!) I can assure you that everyone is friendly and very kind. If you ever need help, there’s Austin and Rafaella, the leaders at Lemontree, who are always willing to help you.

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CAAV'S AYA

SHELTERED OUT

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MAGAZINE LAUNCH


MIXING THE

MELTING POT august theme

of the lives of immigrants in

AT THE LAUNCH, The zine featured insight from people within the communities of Chinatown and Queensbridge on topics

like

housing

gentrification rights.

The

and zine

encompasses insights from the communities of Chinatown and Queensbridge, including personal

New York. We learned about tenants' rights, experiences of immigrants currently residing in New York, and expanded on the process of gentrification. The CAAAV Youth Initiative had even created a magazine, filled with interviews, poems, and

experiences of residents living in

interesting articles!

these

and

Come pick up some magazines

their

at CAAV's office to support their

neighborhoods,

personal

experiences

of

youth.

zine and their cause!

Asian Youth in Action (AYA) fights

DORIS HONG

systemic violence by elevating youth

voices

and

integrating

organizing efforts with CAAAV’s Chinatown Tenants Union and NYCHA Organizing Project.

We learned about tenants' rights, experiences of immigrants currently residing in New York.

The CAAAV event was so inspiring and gave me a really good sense

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COMING SOON.

COOKING WORKSHOP WITH EMMA'S TORCH LEARNING HOW TO COOK DISHES FROM REUGEES AND IMMIGRANTS FROM DIFFERENT BACKGROUNDS

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ADVOCACY WORKSHOP 60


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SERVICE HOUR UPDATE Service is the most important part of Key Club!

Without you guys, many city wide functions would not occur as smoothly, many people wouldn't get their meals on time at soup kitchens, and our school would crumble down at our big events. Our simple acts of kindness go such a long way and so with this sentiment in mind, we want to inspire all of us to shoot for the stars this year and provide as much service as possible. Our service hour goal this year is 15,000 hours!

FUNDRAISING UPDATE

We are halfway there with our fundraising goal! Thank you guys for attending all our fundraisers and making them such a great success! We really appreciate it, and so do the nonprofit organizations we donate to. Please continue to support us! 66


DIVISIONAL NEWS.

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WE ARE DIVISION 9 with lieutenant governor jaden thomas

The latest news about our division!

HEY BROOKLYN TECH KEY CLUB! I’m really happy with our division’s service and fundraising efforts, and I hope that we can push even farther during the school year! On August 24th, we have a pool divisional at Mr. Gioia’s house, and I'd really like you all to attend! Also, I have decided to set division goals for this year, which will be $10,000 for fundraising, and 20,000 hours for service! Hopefully, we can reach those goals by the end of this service year! For those who are interested in running for higher office, now is the time to research those positions, and ask questions!

YOURS IN SERVICE, JADEN THOMAS D9 LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 68


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EY CLUB

EW YORK

FUNDRAISING GOAL $200,000 • 25% raised SERVICE HOUR GOAL 120,000 hours • 17% completed HAND IN HAND PEN PAL PROGRAM One thing our amazing Trustee Irin just released is a pen pal program to connect us with other Key Clubbers from another district within our Pacific New Atlantic sistrict group!

13,000 members 248 schools 29 divisions 72 years established 70


KEY CLUB

NEWS INTERNATIONAL

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SQUADS ABROAD Squads Abroad is a Key Club partner, and their global education squads improve education in places like Morocco, Honduras and the Mayan highlands of Guatemala by improving infrastructure in under-resourced schools. Volunteers can provide much-needed classroom support for local teachers by participating in projects such as building and bettering libraries, updating classes with new shelves, chairs/tables, and bulletins and constructing fences around schools to improve safety

#MIRACLETREATDAY On July 25, the 2019-20 Key Club International Council supported the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals by simply enjoying some Blizzards from Dairy Queen! That day, Dairy Queen donated $1 for every Blizzard purchased. Since 1984, the Dairy Queen® system has raised nearly $150 million for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals through fundraising efforts including Miracle Treat Day, the Miracle Balloon campaign and other local initiatives.

LEGACY SUMMIT Key Club members from Wisconsin's Beaver Dam High School attended the first Legacy Summit, sponsored by Thirst Project. At the summit, held in Los Angeles, 150 students from around the country learned how to spread the word about the global water crisis.

INTERNATIONAL BOARD PRESIDENT K'lena Schnack • intro VICE PRESIDENT Kaitlin Cerillo • intro TRUSTEES Caroline Bushnell, Alexander Drahos, Riley Feng, Alexis Henry,

Aminhan Lobster, Conrad Nguyen, Brandon Orick, Indigo Parlin, Hannah Povroznick, Irin Shim and Rachel Zang

OUR TRUSTEE Irin Shim • intro 72


THE

DISTRICT B EXTERNAL E.A.

SECERETARY

Jaron Belmore

Linna Cheung

Norwood-Norfolk HS

High School for Math, Science & Engineering

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EDITOR

INTERNAL E.A.

Angelo Lontok

Qianting Chen

High School for Math,

Brooklyn Technical High

Science & Engineering

School


caring; our way of life.

OARD. DISTRICT GOVERNOR Camille Brock

TREASURER

Candor Junior Senior High School

Anthony Lim Bronx Science High School

WEBMASTER Ramisa Azad LaGuardia High School

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special thanks to Chinatown Youth Initiatives, Wendy Zeng and you!

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WORD SEARCH

Find all the words? Send them to me!

get 10+ points for solving this puzzle! send a picture of your solution to me at editor.thetechkey@gmail.com. if you counted all the beavers, send me how many you found! if you found all of them, you'll get a bonus 5+ points. submitting articles about your experience at events (10+ points) and pictures (5+ points each) also get you points!

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OUR ADVISORS MS. MCKINNON, MS. MULTARI AND MR. MORGAN

THE KEY TO SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIP TODAY IS INFLUENCE, NOT AUTHORITY.

KEN BLANCHARD

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THE KEY CLUB PLEDGE

I pledge, on my honor, to uphold the Objects of Key Club International; to build my home, school and community; to serve my nation and world; and combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions. 78


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