WRITTEN BY D4N LT. GOVERNOR CHRISTIANA CLAUS
KEY CLUB IN THE FALL
2019-2020 SERVICE YEAR Happy Fall! I hope everyone had a smooth transition back to school. The autumn season has some wonderful things in store for key clubbers. On Sunday, October 27th, Fall Rally, Long Island's mini leadership training conference, will take place. Stop by Long Island University for the day to attend workshops, listen to a keynote speaker, and partake in a service project!!
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover Page............................1 Table of Contents..................2 Lt. Governor Introduction......3 NY Minute/Empire Key..........4 Governor's Bulletin...............5 Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF......6 September Divisional Recap..7 Goals.....................................8 Service Spotlights.................9-10 Governor's Project................11 District Project....................12 Dues......................................13 Youth Opportunities Fund......14 Fall Rally...............................15 Fall Rally Schedule................16 Division Social Media.............17 Contact Information..............18
HAPPY FALL I can barely believe that I am already approximately half way through my year of service as your Lieutenant Governor. It has been a heck of a ride meeting many of you, and I can't wait to meet even more of you in the coming months. With Fall Rally coming up, I encourage you to seriously consider attending. It is an amazing experience to meet key clubbers from all over Long Island and to learn how to be a better member of your community. If I do not see you at Fall Rally, I hope I will at LTC 2020!!
See you soon, Christiana
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Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is a fund-raising program for children sponsored by the U.S. Fund for UNICEF! It has helped save and improve children's lives around the world. UNICEF works in 190 countries and reaches millions of children with immunizations, education, health care, nutrition, safe water and sanitation, emergency relief, and more â€” with the help of your support! Get your box today from your home key club!!
SEPTEMBER DIVISIONAL RECAP
9/27/2019 AT LIU HILLWOOD COMMONS On Friday evening on September 27th, I hosted the second divisional of my term.
Jeffrey Stone, the immediate
Thank you to the
past Lieutenant Governor of
representatives from Great
the North Division of Kiwanis
Neck South High School and
dropped by and talked to us
North Shore High School who
about Project H.E.L.P, which is
came! I always love seeing you
a project dedicated to
guys. At the divisional, I
distributed Fall Rally's Pre-
organizations, and schools
Registration sheet (which can
together in order to share
be found in weekly update 16),
information on health,
and talked about what our
schools have been doing
programs, and drug addiction
regarding service porjects.
He also distributed flyers forÂ Kiwanis' upcoming pancake breakfast, which will be held on November 3rd at Manhasset High School from 8am-12pm (see flyer to the right).
2019-2020 SERVICE YEAR
SERVICE HOURS AND FUNDRAISING
NORTH SHORE HIGH SCHOOL, DIVISION 4N
NORTH SHORE'S KEY CLUB VOLUNTEERS AT MINI MART
Earlier this month, North Shore High School's key club volunteered at their local mini mart. They baked cookies and fundraised for the St. Judes and Make-A-Wish foundations!. Both foundations are dedicated to helping children with illnesses and catastrophic diseases. This endeavor was sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of North Shore.
SHENENDEHOWA HIGH SCHOOL, DIVISION 16
SHENENDOWA'S KEY CLUB BATTLES CANCER Shenendehowa's high school's key club volunteered with a local organization called Nickâ€™s Fight at their Run to be Healed 5K! This non-profit organization works to emotionally and financially support children battling cancer, and often supports the pediatric center at Albany Med. Key clubbers got to do various activities like putting on carnival games for the kids, handing out water to runners, and face painting! This was super fun for the key clubbers and it is always really rewarding for them
to see the town come
together to support this cause! Courtesy of Molly Batchelder, Shenendehowa HS President
2019-2020 SERVICE YEAR
NY SPECIAL OLYMPICS
NEW YORK SPECIAL OLYMPICS
Special Olympics New York is an all inclusive athletic opportunity. Athletes with intellectual disabilities have the opportunity to challenge themselves in fair and even competition. Win or lose, they develop their own character, make friends and find unknown wells of determination within themselves. Special Olympics pushes the message of inclusion, which is something that everyone can get behind. Please support this cause throughout the service year!
2019-2020 SERVICE YEAR
Within the belief that suicide is generally preventable, the mission of Project Semicolon is to help reduce the incidents of suicide in the world through connected community and greater access to information and resources. Suicide prevention is the collective responsibility of each and every person on the planet. Please support this cause throughout the service year!
2019-2020 SERVICE YEAR
CLOSES OCTOBER 15TH
Do you have a service idea, but need some financial aid to make it work? The Youth Opportunities Fund enables Key Clubs to do more for their community through providing financial aid.
Who can apply: - A club in need of assistance for a service project - An individual in need of assistance to attend the International Convention - A club that has just experienced a natural disaster
Applications close at 11:59pm on October 15th. Submitting the Letter of Agreement and the Release Form should be done as soon as possible, preferably alongside the YOF submission. Do not wait until the last minute to apply!
Applicants may request between $100 to $2,000. Key Club International will not grant more than what is requested. However, do not request for more money than you need, as it will not be granted.
Please answer the application in detail, so that Key Club International will understand what your service project is for. Remember to also upload a spreadsheet of how the funds will be used.
Keep in mind, the YOF should not be your only source of funding for your service project. Additionally, do not use the grant money for anything not mentioned in your application. Go to nydkc.org to learn more.
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Christiana Claus, Division 4N LTG firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Berthel, KCR â€” D4N, D4S, D5 email@example.com
John D. Goldstein, District Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
Camille Brock, District Governor email@example.com
Linna Cheung, District Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
Angelo Lontok, District Editor email@example.com
Qianting (Tiffany) Chen, Internal EA firstname.lastname@example.org
Jaron Belmore, External EA email@example.com