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THE COUGAR CLAW Part of the CALI-NEV-HA, Region 5, Division 28 South Family The Official Coronado Key Club Newsletter
Table of Contents Page 1:
Letter from the Bulletin Editor
Page 2: September Events and MoTM
Personally, I’m most excited about my absolute favorite Key Club event of the entire year: RTC! For those of you who weren’t able to go, it’s perfectly fine. Just make sure you get your money and forms turned in on time next year, so that you too can partake in the amazing activities! For those who are freshman or even any new members, I sincerely hope that you enjoyed your first RTC as much as I did. And lastly, for those seniors, I truly wish that your last RTC was unforgettable. In all seriousness, I want all of youall of my members- to know how grateful I am for you cheering loudly, having so much spirit, and working so hard to help us finally win the Division 28 South Spirit Stick for our amazing efforts in the Spirit Rally! Many of you have come up to me to say thank you and I truly do appreciate that as well as everything that you put into RTC yourself! Thank you guys and remember I love all of you!
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Did YOU know?
The month of October is hands-down my favorite month of the year key-club wise! It’s been about a month since the Key Club year began, and now that everyone is situated, dues are paid, shirts are handed out, and students have gotten more used to school, the Key Club fun has only just begun! Remember that you can still take pictures or write an article for me to get an hour, so don’t miss out on that opportunity, especially if you’re behind on hours. From events like the Car Wash to raise money for RTC to assisting in babysitting for families at our Open House, I can already tell that this year is going to be bigger, better, and maybe the best Key Club year I’ve had ever!
Key Club Region 5 Zombie Penguins consists of Divisions 28 North, South, and West and Divisions 38 East and West.
Sincerely, Matt Villanueva
Babysitting & Volleyball Game Page 5: Wolff and David Cox Festivals Page 6: October DCM and Calendar Page 7: Closing Credits
Events- In Review September Coronado Car Wash When- Saturday, Sept. 21st Where: Coronado High School Why: To raise money for the Eliminate Project as well as lower the cost of RTC supplies!
Coronado Key Clubbers advertise the car wash as other member clean the cars for $5 a car!
Members spend their Saturday at Elise Wolff Elementary School to help in the school’s activities. Coronado’s Key Club painted rocks for the children’s colorful garden!
K Family Picnic
Green Apple Day of Service When- Saturday, Sept. 28th Where: Wolff Elementary School What: Help design the garden!
September Member of the Month:
Congratulations, Jake! The K Family Picnic was a great, fun, amazing way of spending some time with other Kiwanis members of all kinds. Along with the delicious foods, attendees played ice breakers, such as the ones shown above, to mingle!
For his ongoing participation in most of the events held, his spirited enthusiasm in Key Club activities, and his hard work in writing numerous articles and taking various photographs, on behalf of the board, we are proud to present September’s Member of the Month, Jake Javellana! Great job!
Events- In Review Region Training Conference
RTC WHEN: October 12th WHERE: Centennial H.S. WHAT: -RTC is one of the most FUN,
INTENSE, PASSIONATE events of the Key Club year. -Meet HUNDREDS of KEY
CLUBBERS in not only your division, but in all of Region 5. -Learn all about the facets of key clubs in the numerous WORKSHOPS. - Scream loud in the SPIRIT RALLY to represent your club and your division! -Dance the night away at the always exciting RTC DANCE.
Region Training Conference has always been the event that has given me this love and admiration towards this amazing organization, that I call Key Club. I'm truly blessed to attend 4 of these inspirational and amazing RTCs. I'm so proud of every single Key Clubber that showed their spirit and love for service this past weekend. I can't wait to continue this year with service! I have made the best of friends and meet the greatest of leaders during my attendance of these 4 RTCs. It amazes me how far I have come ever since my freshman. I'm truly proud to be a Coronado Cougar, Division 28 South Panda, and a Region 5 Zombie Penguin. I am going to miss all of it.
-Calvin Kleber, Coronado KC Spirit Leader Out of all the events in the year, Region Training Conference is by far my absolute favorite event. To me, RTC is more than just learning about Key Club in the workshops, it’s more than just the service projects done in the cafeteria, and it’s more than just a huge spirit rally. It’s a compilation of all those things plus the opportunity to expand one’s key club relationships, meet new people, and change each other’s lives one way or another in the 12 hours we spend together. Yes, I am the spirit leader and I take great pride in my club winning the Division 28 South Spirit Stick; I’m ecstatic for having such a blessed club that worked so hard, cheered so loud, and showed their Key Club spirit in every way possible. But when it comes down to it, I’m more proud of every individual not only in my club, but in all of Key Club, for changing my life, changing each other’s lives, and changing the worldone key at a time.
-Matt Villanueva, Coronado KC Spirit Leader This year was my last--and most unforgettable--RTC. As a spirit leader for Group 3, I was in charge of getting the members of my group pumped up and cheering. It was amazing, seeing how excited they were to represent Coronado. Throughout the day, I enjoyed participating in simple service projects and learning more about Key Club. During the spirit rally, it was overwhelming to see how happy and spirited the members from my school were. They represented Coronado well, and I couldn't have asked for better members to share my last year with. I LOVE KEY CLUB!
-Jocelyn To, Coronado KC Honorary Spirit Leader
Events- In Review October
We give Special Thanks! Thank you to all of the members that attended the Greek Food Festival on Saturday, September 28th and/or Sunday, September 29th. Thank you for your participation and hard work!
Open House Babysitting When- Thursday, Oct. 3rd Where: Coronado H.S. Cafeteria What: Babysit familiesâ€™ children
On Thursday, October 3rd at around 6:00, I assisted in babysitting children at Open House. The point in babysitting at Open House was to give both parents and teachers the chance to go through Open House without having to constantly tend to their little ones. By babysitting, Key Clubbers hoped to help Open House run more smoothly, ease the worries of parents, and give the kids a chance to not only have fun, but to be able to have room to run and play games without staying cooped up all night in the classrooms.
-Matt Villanueva, Coronado B.E.
Green Valley Volleyball Game When- Monday, Oct. 14th Where: Coronado H.S. Gym What: Fundraise for breast cancer!
Coronado Key Clubbers help support the Coronado Girlsâ€™ Volleyball team in their annual pink game against Green Valley. In support, the club volunteered at the event, raised money as well as awareness for breast cancer, and cheered on the girls as they won the game in an outstanding victory!
Events- In Review October Wolff E.S. Festival When- Friday, Oct. 18th Where: Wolff Elementary School What: Volunteers helped set up the festivities and ran various Halloween themed booths!
Volunteering at Wolff for the Fall Festival was full of entertainment! From putting temporary tattoos to playing a duck game with them, all of their smiles put such a huge smile on my face. I was able to bond with a whole bunch of different Key Clubbers, as well as the kids from Wolff. I was so glad to have met some new Key Club members that I haven't really gotten to speak to. One of the greatest things I experienced at Wolff was being able to make each child I spoke to look cheerful throughout the night. My experience at Wolff always makes me happy knowing I did it for the good of my community.
-Kayla Arceo, Coronado KC VP of Secretary The carnival was very fun! Personally, I helped run the mini basketball hoop booth, which was an event just by itself just from all the fun I had there. Meeting all of the little kids in their Halloween costumes was really enjoyable too. To see the look on their faces after they won a prize made my day. The event evoked my memories as a child and it was just overall, a very memorable, exciting event that Iâ€™d love to be a part of the next time it happens again!
-Matt Villanueva, Coronado KC BE
David Cox Carnival When- Friday, Oct. 18th Where: David Cox E.S. What: Members set-up stations, worked the activity booths, assisted in clean up afterwards.
Events- Going Forward October October DCM When- Tuesday, Oct. 15th (Above) The presidents of each club recap the events in which they have participated in. (Left) Members participate in a service project that began at RTC.
Where: Silverado High School What: Discuss divisional affairs, recap each clubâ€™s individual events, and get info on Fall Rally!
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Freshman Rep Interviews
Freshman Rep Interviews
Freshman Rep Interviews
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TREASURER: JOCELYN TO
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VICE PRESIDENT: BRENDA TRAN
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