KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL SEPTEMBER 2013 VOLUME 1 ISSUE 4
THE CORGI NEWS
IN THIS ISSUE…
WISE WORDS FROM
SPOTLIGHT ON SERVICE PRGRAM
UPDATES FROM D05N CLUBS Page 4
FALL RALLY Page 3 NORTH IMPORTANT DATES Page 5 Page 2
WORDS OF WISDOM/UPDATES FROM THE LTG
FALL RALLY NORTH UPDATEâ€Ś DATE: Saturday, October 19th, 2013 LOCATION: Six Flags Discovery Kingdom TIME: 12:00PM - 10:00 PM NOTES: There will be TWO rallies taking place!
PROGRAM This program has been created by the Service Projects Committee to educate Key Clubbers about the service initiatives from Cali-NevHa! A service initiative was assigned each month in which clubs should focus a project or two on supporting the following organizations or initiative. Overview: The Nickelodeon Big Help focuses on issues in service, education, environment, and health. Clubs can start their Key Club year off with simple projects to do in support of the Nickelodeon Big Help. Possible Projects: Feed the homeless, Clothes and Toys Drive, Feed military families, Do activities with Special Education students. Visit www.nick.com/thebighelp/ex planation to get more ideas.
SEPTEMBER WILL BE: NICKELODEON (THE BIG HELP)
Every school is responsible for raising at least $300+ before Fall Rally North to reach our division goal: $2700. Faculty Advisors must hold onto the money or be given to Mr. Outfleet.
I hope you all are ready for a new school year! I know you all are over achievers and like to pile great looking things onto your transcript but please do remember the reason why you LOVE Key Club and the amazing accomplishments we do as individuals. We all are/have inspired many people just from doing what we do best and we cannot stop now! Please remember your priorities and do not be afraid to contact me whenever you are having problems! I will always be available to help and answer questions night and day.
Answering the call for service,
D05N Lieutenant Governor Clubs must submit their project through an electronic form. The form simply asks for project name, project description, project reflection, and basic club information. Submissions will be due no later than the 30th of each month. Clubs have the option of submitting a picture of members doing service. We highly suggest minimal picture of people posing and more service action. Pictures should be sent firstname.lastname@example.org. Each club that does so will receive recognition.
UPDATES FROM THE D05N CLUBS With summer coming to an end, Buchanan Key Clubhad a busy month helping the community in various events, as well as holding their first Party for PTP! The fundraiser included pieing, tug of war, raffles, and many more games. There was a great turn out from both Buchanan and Clovis West, all the members having a great time getting to know each other, and cooling off during a hot day. Raffle items included many delicious baked goods, a stuffed corgi, and your very own, bee pillow pet! The fundraiser ended up raising $142.30 for Pediatric Trauma Program! The biggest event was the I Can Bike bike camp, where Buchanan Key Club members helped teach special needs children how to ride a twowheeled bike for the first time. The club also brought some members and volunteered at the San Joaquin Memorial Football Carnival, helping at the snack bar collecting money, making Frito boats, filling sodas, and running around wherever they needed someone. We also sent members to various Kiwanis meetings during the month.
Above: Buchanan Key Clubbers Below: Clovis West Key Clubbers
Serving with spirit,
Club President 13-14
Both July and August were very busy months for Clovis West Key Clubbers! Many members were enthusiastic to attend the events hosted throughout the weeks! Our members helped clean up and maintain the Japanese Garden! In the iCANTRI Youth Triathlon, our members helped direct traffic for the racers to safely make it through the roads! We also helped at the San Joaquin Memorial Football Carnival, along with Fresno State’s Circle K and Buchanan High School, by serving the snack bar!
Caroline Ba Doe Lwin
Answers: 1) D 2) A 3) B
Clovis West Key Clubbers helping maintain the Shinzen Japanese Garden.
Clovis West also hosted a very successful fundraiser at McDonald’s, in which our club raised over $280 in just one night! We appreciate all the Key Clubbers who were able to make this happen by coming to McDonald’s and buying food! Our officers additionally attended Kiwanis meetings throughout August.
Club President 13-14
RESOURCES UPCOMING EVENTS… KIWANIS DISTRICT CONVENTION August 15-17th, 2013
FACEBOOK PAGE: Key Club Division 5 North https://www.facebook.com/groups/123 946207798572/
AUG. DIVISION COUNCIL MEETING
D05N LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: Eric Kor Email: email@example.com
Clovis North August 21st, 2013
REGION TRAINING CONFERENCE
D05N EXECUTIVE ASSISTANTS: Cynthia Martinez & Lindsay Perales Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Livingston High School August 24th, 2013
D05N TECH EDITOR: Sophia Xu Email: email@example.com
MONTHLY REPORT FORMS DUE
D05N NEWS EDITOR: Caroline Ba Doe Lwin Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Bird: September 3rd On Time: September 5th
SEPT. DIVISION COUNCIL MEETING Selma Lane Park September 18th, 2013
D05N SPIRIT COORDINATORS: Kimberly Barga, Kelly Chu, & Ali Saengsavang Email: email@example.com REGION 12 ADVISOR: Frank Vierra Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Want to be featured in the next newsletter? Please send articles and visuals to email@example.com by the 16th (6PM) of each month!
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Published on Aug 28, 2013