2018 August-September Newsletter
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Centennial High School
"It always seems impossible until it's done" -Nelson Mandela
Table of Contents
... Editor's Message ...
... First Meeting ...
... Baby Hats ...
... VP Elections ...
... Football Face Painting ...
... St Jude Children's Research Hospital Walk ...
... Pediatric Trauma Program ...
... Upcoming ...
... Contact Us ...
"Hey guys, these past few weeks you have blown us all away with how many members have joined Key Club this year! I am so happy that our family has grown to have this many people! Thank all of you for the service you've already given to your community! I can't wait to see what we can all do this year!" -Emiri Handa, Editor
MY FAMILY IS MY LIFE, AND EVERYTHING ELSE COMES SECOND AS FAR AS WHAT'S IMPORTANT TO ME.
First Meeting of the 2018-2019 School Year
â€œI was incredibly excited to start off the year with so many people. As I looked out today, I was extremely motivated to give these people my all. I can not wait to see their individual personalities and feature them in the newsletter!â€? - Emiri Handa, Editor
SEPTEMBER 5 2018
"The little hats were cute, I really liked them. It’s cool to think that these tiny things that we’re making will be going to babies in the hospital. Although it was hard to get the hang of it, I know our time was spent well.” - Emma Borbely, Member
On September 5, after our meeting we held a service event in our adviser's classroom. Ms. Willis was kind enough to show us this service activity she learned about over the summer. We learned how to loom baby hats for the children in hospitals who were diagnosed with cancer.
SEPTEMBER 5 2018
Vice President Elections
On September 5 we had also held our elections for the second Vice President. Hannah Z. and Kamia S. both gave incredible speeches and their efforts were commendable. In the end, Hannah Z. name had been voted for the most. “Key Club, to me, is something where like it’s a group of people that want to help the community and we’re friends. We are people that are coming together to not be judged, just to make friends and have fun as a whole but also to do something good with our time.” -Hannah Zuniga, Vice President 6
SEPTEMBER 14 2018
Football Face Painting
"The more you love a memory, the stronger and stranger it is."
Vladimir Nobokov 7
SEPTEMBER 15 2018
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Walk
"Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me"
CAROL BURNETT 8
Pediatric Trauma Program
September Spotlight Service centers around one of our preferred charities: The Pediatric Trauma Program Pediatric Trauma remains the leading cause of death and injury among children ages 14 and under in the United States. The mission of our Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP) is to develop local projects which will reduce the number of children in our three-state District who are killed or injured by trauma, ensuring all children live happy, healthy and safe lives. When you make a contribution to PTP, youâ€Ś provide grants to our partner hospitals, enabling them to create or expand community outreach programs; provide grants to Kiwanis and SLP clubs, enabling them to help more children in more communities; and you provide PTP safety items, which are available for purchase by our Kiwanis family at a subsidized cost.
September 18// September DCM at Arbor View 5 pm-6 pm
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Centennial Key Club DIVISION 28 WEST//REGION 5//CALI-NEV-HA DISTRICT 10200 CENTENNIAL PKWY, 89149 LAS VEGAS, NEVADA
CREATED BY EMIRI HANDA I THANK OUR WONDERFUL CLUB FOR THEIR HELP ALONG THE WAY
Please enjoy this issue of Centennial Key Club's 2018-2019 Newsletter.