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Key Chronicle

November 10, 2013

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KEY CHRONICLE

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Key Chronicle

November 10, 2013

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Congratulations to the Olmsted Falls Club for a successful pumpkin smash! They raised around $100 for the Eliminate Project by charging $1 to smash a small pumpkin and $2 for a large one. I tried it out myself and got to beat a minion pumpkin to a pulp! If your club is interested in trying out this effective project next year, think about getting in contact with any of the Olmsted Falls Officers, something I’d be happy to help with.

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Rake Out Time!$ Kudos to Bay, North Olmsted, and North Ridgeville Key Clubs for their help in raking the yards of those in need.

A shout  out  to  Bay  High  Key  Club  for  their  generous  donation  of  $1,832.04   to  the  Eliminate  Project.  One  of  the  more  ingenious  fundraisers  was  a   bowling  party  to  beneHit  the  cause.  Members  paid  $10  to  bowl  and  $5  was   given  back  to  the  project.  It  was  a  huge  success!   November 2013

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Communication !

Please continue  to  check  email  and  Facebook.  A  group  texting  service  has  been  set  up   so  that  the  whole  division  may  be  informed  at  once  rather  than  texting  individuals.   Please  text  @727505  to  (440)  249-­‐0157  to  subscribe  to  these  texts.  Thanks  to  the   following  individuals  who  have  already  subscribed:   Alisha  Schnupp   Gorden  Goodman     Jass  Kaur     Shannon  Jaworski   Annie  Hoelscher   Holly  Taylor     Mrs.  Bauknecht   Tori  Hamilton   Emily  Raffay     Mrs.  Schneider   Paul  Katz     Zach  Goodman  

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Members from  Bay,  Olmsted  Falls,  and  North  Ridgeville  are   going  to  Key  Leader  next  weekend.  They  are  going  to  have  a   great  time!  Time  is  out  to  go  to  this  session  of  Key  Leader  but   don’t  lose  hope,  there’s  one  in  the  spring  too.

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Divisional Meetings At the  Divisional  Meeting  on  the  9th,  we  discussed  the  future  of  divisional   meetings  thoroughly  as  attendance  has  been  poor.  A  new  and  exciting  plan  is  going  into   action  by  at  least  the  January  Divisional  Meeting.     There  are  two  possible  plans  for  the  December  Divisional  Meeting:   December  7th  before/after  North  Ridgeville’s  Pancake  Breakfast.  Those   attending  would  be  expected  to  work  in  the  kitchen  at  some  point.   December  14th  in  Lakewood,  service  project  to  be  decided     Please,  please  tell  me  if  one  of  those  dates  is  bad  for  your  club!  I  would  like  to   see  every  club  in  attendance.  Remember  too  that  all  members  are  encouraged  to  attend   now.     Also,  anyone  (of:icer  or  member)  interested  in  becoming  Lieutenant   Governor  should  plan  to  be  at  the  December  meeting.   A  sneak  preview  into  January:  Nothing  special  just  *cough*  Sky  Zone!  It  is  not   set  in  stone  yet  so  don’t  get  too  excited…

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Fall Rally 2013 Bay and  Lakewood  Key  Clubs  went  to  Fall  Rally   and  had  a  great  time!     What  did  you  enjoy  most  about  Fall  Rally?   I  enjoyed  meeting  people  from  other  Key   Clubs  the  most.  –Hannah  Wittkopf   Why  did  you  choose  to  attend  Fall  Rally  this  year?   Because  my  friends  told  me  how  much  fun  it   was  last  year.  –Alex  Randall   What  would  you  suggest  we  do  next  year  to   encourage  more  participation  in  Fall  Rally?   Members  who  have  previously  attended  can   share  their  experience  and  explain  our  goal  in   attending.  –Laura  Colagiovonni  

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Lieutenant Governor Elections The LTG  elections  are  coming  up!  January  25th  the  Division  will   gather  for  a  special  meeting  to  decide  who  will  be  the  face  of   Division  14  next  year.  This  is  an  event  you  won’t  want  to  miss!  If  you   are  interested  in  running  and  haven’t  contacted  me  yet,  please  do  so.   As  I  said  above,  ofHicers  and  members  are  encouraged  to  run  and   should plan to attend the December Divisional Meeting. Please save the date! Even if you aren’t interested in running, plan to vote.  

Cleveland Foodbank Trip!

Don’t forget to sign up for the Division trip to the Cleveland Foodbank. There are limited spots, so sign up today.

Thank you so much for reading this newsletter! I look forward to seeing everybody in December. Keep in touch- as always I want to visit you at your service projects. Have your eyes peeled for exceptional Key Clubbers and suggest to them the possibility of becoming Lieutenant Governor next year.$ Yours in Service,$

! Claire Mercer$ Division 14 Lt. Governor$

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