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KEYCLUB Edmonds-Woodway• PNW Division 21 • 7600 212 TH Street SW Edmonds, WA 98026 •

Great job on preparing for Spooky Street and cleaning up! I hope you all had a great time and enjoyed helping out. It‟s exciting to see all the children smiling! Spooky Street came and went by so quickly! Thanksgiving is soon coming up and I hope you‟re ready to put on a chef hat, „cause we‟ll be baking some pies! In the past, we always bake some pies for families. Not everyone is fortunate to have a grand feast; that is why we‟ll put our baking skills and our love into making pies so that others can enjoy it. I am not sure about the details, but be sure to be on the look out for any new information!

Fantastic job on decorating for Spooky Street! Hard work pays off! 

Enjoy the autumn breeze and embrace the blissful spirit. Be thankful for what you have and give more to the people around you. Meanwhile, CARE, „cause, key clubbers, that’s our way of life.



What an amazing year we had! I’ve never seen so many kids so happy to eat doughnuts and go bowling! It was a blast! Nice Job guys (and nice costumes)! 

As you may know, we are partnered with United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). Money Raised goes towards the Children who are less fortunate in Countries around the world. Instead of Trick-or-Treating for candy, ask your neighbors to donate any spare change to UNICEF and remember to thank them for their appreciation and kindness. Have fun, Dress up, and be safe! Remember, nothing’s Impossible! You just got to BELIEVE! *DON’T STOP BELIEVING.*


“The Pacific Northwest is the beginning. The world is our goal.”

“KCCP, Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program, in support of Kiwanis Doernbecher Children’s Cancer Program in Portland OR., Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program in Seattle WA. and the Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program in British Columbia and the Yukon,

will raise money and awareness to fight and find the cure for children’s cancer.”



In memory of Penny, a young girl who passed away because of brain cancer, PNW Kiwanis District Governor Frank Morehouse founded KCCP in 2010. This program is dedicated to help “change the future and outcome of Children suffering from cancer.” The PNW is going to stay involved in this program until the cure

for cancer is found.

There are several ways we, key clubbers, can contribute:  Raise money  Go to the hospital and take a tour  Spend some time with a cancer patient Any act of kindness is a big difference. If you have any more ideas, feel free to speak up. No one’s stopping you! 



Because no child deserves to have cancer. It’s painful for the child and their family. Not just physically, but mentally. It’s devastating. Imagine just happening to have a disease the next day. You, too, would be in pain and scared because anything can happen. You could die the next day without knowing. No child deserves to be left wondering what’s going to happen the next day, but they do deserve a chance of life. But that can only happen if we do something today. We’ve already begun. But if you haven’t, then join the fun because the sooner you start the more

we can get done.

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WHEN: March 31st April 1st WHERE: Double Tree Hotel (Seattle, Wa) COST:$220 per person in a room of 4

WHAT AND WHY: I HIGHLY encourage everyone to go to District Convention (DCON). You learn a lot more about Key Club at a district level. You meet key clubbers from around the Pacific Northwest and develop a keen sense that key club is more than just a club. If I had a million dollars, I’d force all of you to go. It’s just that good. But, sadly, I don’t. So, let me just say, it’s an experience you shouldn’t miss out on. You have fun and learn how to be the best Key clubber!!! And the best thing is you get to bring it back to club and brag about it and hopefully get more people to go next time. Well, maybe not the best thing. But still, You WILL have a great time. And I guarantee it. SO GUYS AND GALS. GO TO DCON. THAT’S RIGHT. YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE!! Okay, then go to PNWKEYCLUB.ORG and click on DCON.  or ask officers.

Key Events

NOVEMBER 1 Dues should be paid. $10! You can still pay before December 1st, So don’t worry, be happy!  NOVEMBER 7 Harlem Basketball game @ Shoreline Community College. Be there by 6 PM. NOVEMBER 7-12 Key club week. NOVEMBER 12 Don’t have plans OFFICERS? Go to Samuel Kim (district governor)’s house! For a potluck!! Bring a friend! For more info, ask moi. NOVEMBER 19 Please attend Divisional Council meetings; it is where we can find out more about our projects. Bring friends & food! It is a place where you can meet and make new friends! Members can go to!!!! Check out the division website for more details:!

NOVEMBER 23 Have the ingredients you agreed to bring to bake pumpkin pies. If anyone has an organization or place for us to donate the pies, let us know. (It’s red because we need things to bake; it’s important) *IF YOU SIGNED UP FOR THE EVENTS IN RED, PLEASE SHOW UP. LET OFFICERS OR MRS. PRIEST KNOW IF YOU CANNOT GO.* 6


Emerson Kim Secretary

Neha Dalal Treasurer

Samuel Kim Project Director

Mary Alice Peng Marcus Frates Editor Communications Director

Felicia Nguyen Candace Aguirre Convention Chair Growth Director

John Jay District Administrator

Suzanne Endroedy Assistant Administrator 7

DIVISION 21 BUMBLEBEES Wadsana Xinavong Lieutenant Governor

”Find your key; unlock your potential” (425)770-9109 -Wadsana Xinavong

Christina Yoon Divisional Secretary

If you didn‟t know, our division mascot is the BUMBLEEBEE!  (425)923-9724

WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR DIVISION? CHECK OUT THE DIVISON WEBSITE!! Communication is KEY. Feel free to ask any district officer, our governor, or E-dub officer questions, if you have any concerns! We‟re all here to help each other. Don‟t be shy. 


Caroline Phillips

The Eliminate Project

“With , Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. This deadly disease steals the lives of nearly 60,000 innocent babies… The effects of the disease are excruciating — tiny newborns suffer repeated, painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to light and touch.

To eliminate MNT from the Earth, more than 100 million mothers and their future babies must be immunized…It will take US $110 million — and the dedicated work of UNICEF and every member of the Kiwanis family.

Morgan Hopper

Kamryn Hinrichs

Khinrichs32494@hotmail.comKiwanis and UNICEF joined forces…eliminating MNT from the face of the Earth. And in doing so, the project will Nayeli Pena IS THE BEST reach the poorest, most neglected mothers and babies VP. with additional lifesaving health care. The end of this one Vice Presidents

disease means the beginning of better health for so many families.” -Kiwanis/UNICEF

Alyssa Adams Treasurer

Andrea Gonzalez Secretary

Stephanie Lam Editor


Find out what you can do to help today.

“Lady Gaga taught me it‟s okay to be different. Ke$ha taught me to be myself and not care what anyone else thinks. Bruno Mars taught me to do anything for that one person I love. Eminem taught me that life is hard but you can make it through. Taylor Swift taught me not every guy is going to treat me right. Michael Jackson taught me to always love the people around me. Bob Marley taught me to live my life in peace. Music taught me how to live.” – Author Unknown Edmonds-Woodway • 7600 212 TH Street SW Edmonds, WA 98026 •


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