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Official Newsletter | Division 26 | Pacific Northwest District| Key Club International | Issue 3


Official Newsletter | Division 26 | Pacific Northwest District| Key Club International | Issue 3 Hey, Unicorns! Table of Contents June brings the end of the school year and that means summer has arrived! I hope you all are having a marvelous year and with the school year at its end, I would like to congratulate the senior class of 2014 for the dedication and hard work they put in their schoolwork and also in their community as a Key Clubber! Graduation isn’t the end of service though; it is the beginning of a journey of service with the Kiwanis family.

In love and service,

Kevin Ngo Lieutenant Governor Pacific Northwest District Key Club International Email: ngokevin.ltg26@gmail.com

Cover page…..…...1 LtG Letter…………..2 May DCM………….3 Key Dates…………..4 June DCM…………..5 Portland Rally………6 IT Letter………………7 Key Leader…………8 Rainbow Points….…9 Officer Contact…..10


Official Newsletter | Division 26 | Pacific Northwest District| Key Club International | Issue 3

May Joint DCM recap  

  This Divisional Council Meeting had over 300 Key Clubbers from all over Washington and even Oregon! Almost everyone contributed to this DCM in one way or another. I want you guys to challenge yourself to become more social and to make at least one new friend at the DCM in June!


Official Newsletter | Division 26 | Pacific Northwest District| Key Club International | Issue 3

April– July April 26th – Dcm – Alki beach May 31st – dcm- Coulon Beach June 27th – DCM – Jefferson Park July 26th – DCM – Free to host!

AUGUST – SEPTEMBER August 16th* Seattle Rally – LOCATION TBDAugust 23rd – PCM (presidential meeting)– LOCATION TBD September 27th – DCM- Free to host!

OCTOBER – NOVEMBER October 25th – DCM- Free to host! November 22nd – DCM – Free to host!

DECEMBER – JANUARY December 27th – Ice skating dcm – Renton sno king January 17th – LtG Election Rally – TBD

* = Tentative Date All the Dcms that are free to host are up for grabs if any of you want to host one, email me at ngokevin.ltg26@gmail.com  


Official Newsletter | Division 26 | Pacific Northwest District| Key Club International | Issue 3  

June DCM Location: Jefferson Park 4101 Beacon Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108

Why come? For this DCM, we will be having an Ice cream social and I will be talking to schools individually about any questions or concerns that you all might have! I will also be talking about creating committees and also recruiting members for the new school year.

What to bring There will be a list posted on the event page for this DCM!

ALSO, Bring fun things to do like a Frisbee or a Football! ( and a super soaker if you want)


Official Newsletter | Division 26 | Pacific Northwest District| Key Club International | Issue 3

What Makes Key Club Unique?

Key Club is the largest high school service organization in the world, but what makes it so special and what enables it to continue to grow? It can’t be the ability to volunteer because no matter where you go, you can find a way to give back to your community. You can even volunteer globally through UNICEF, Rustic Pathways, and other worldwide organizations. What makes Key Club is different from every other organization out there is the tight-knit community that it creates between people who live on opposite sides of a city, a state, a nation, or the world. To fully seize the opportunities that Key Club provides high school students, it’s important for everyone to be involved with their divisions, their district, and international. You can get involved with Key Club International by attending Key Club events, joining social media sites that are created to link together Key Clubbers from all over the world, and talking to your district leaders! In terms of the division, your Lieutenant Governor should be having Divisional Council Meetings every so often in order to bring the entire division together. Your division is composed of the schools around you that have Key Clubs. At these meetings, take advantage of the close distance between you and the other Key Clubbers in attendance. Arrange meet-ups, socials, and joint volunteer projects to increase your impact on your community and meet people who you otherwise would have not had the chance to meet! In terms of your district, the Pacific Northwest District is composed of all of the Key Clubs in Alaska, Washington, and Oregon, as well as some of the clubs in western Idaho, northern California, and Canada. There are rallies in the summer for all Key Clubbers in a specific region to attend and meet new people. At these rallies, you’re bound to have an amazing time while also learning about Key Club International through educational forums. Each year, PNW also hosts District Convention: an exciting weekend in which Key Clubbers from all over the district unite to celebrate the end of a wonderful year of service and prepare for the next one. If you have the chance to attend District Convention, I highly recommend it! Yours in service, Roshni Chandwani International Trustee Roshni.chandwani.kc@gmail.com


Official Newsletter | Division 26 | Pacific Northwest District| Key Club International | Issue 3


RAINBOW BOARD School  

May  total  

May  DCM  

June  Total  

Chief  Sealth  

270  

 

270  

Cleveland  

120  

50  

210  

Evergreen  

90  

40  

170  

Franklin  

20  

30  

70  

Garfield  

70  

60  

170  

Highline  

80  

100  

220  

Mount  Rainier  

80  

160  

280  

New  Start  

 

 

 

Seattle  Lutheran  

20  

 

20  

West  Seattle  

120  

50  

210  

 

WANT MORE POINTS? Ø Attending DCMs – 10 points per member Ø Secretary report filled out on time – 20 points Ø Attending Kiwanis meetings – 10 points per member Ø Presidential report filled out on time – 20 points Text/call me at 206-981-9715, or email me at ngokevin.ltg26@gmail.com, or Facebook message me with the answer to the question below if you want more Rainbow Board points! REMEMBER TO INCLUDE YOUR NAME AND SCHOOL. What page is the word “


Chief Sealth High School

Cleveland High School

President – Tony Thai – Tonythai7770@yahoo.com

President – Shen Yuan, Yao - legitsheny@gmail.com

Vice President – Richard Chun – Richardsmchun@gmail.com

VP– Lynh Tran – lynh.tran@cle.gapps.seattleschools.org

Secretary – Kristopher – ilikenoodles1018@gmail.com

Secretary – Tyvon Tabadero-

Treasurer –Denise Felipe – denise.felipe97@gmail.com Editor –

tyvon.tabadero@cle.gapps.seattleschools.org Treasurer–Kiet Sam- kiet.sam@cle.gapps.seattleschools.org Editor Jenny Dieng- jenny.dieng@cle.gapps.seattleschools.org

Evergreen High School President: Helen Tram -helentram96@yahoo.com Vice President: Brandon Bailey-brandonsworking@gmail.com

Franklin High School President – Kelly Duong – Kelly_duong97@yahoo.com Vice President – Thien Nguyen – nguyenthien003@yahoo.com

Secretary: Kim Nguyen- kimjimmynguyen@yahoo.com

Secretary – Daniel – Daniel.b7575@gmail.com

Treasurer: Bemnet Assefa -bemnetatefferi@gmail.com

Treasurer-

Editor: Mimi Yousef-mimi@mengstab.com

Editor – Sarina Tran – sarinaetran@yahoo.com

Garfield High School

Highline High School

President – Emily Wong – Emily.wong8899@gmail.com

President – Rachael Tang – rtang2252@yahoo.com

Vice President – Reanne Wong – reannewong@gmail.com

Secretary – Carmen phu – phu.carmen97@gmail.com Treasurer – Lynda Nguyen – nguyen.lynda7@gmail.com

Vice President – Christina Nguyen – ctn918@hotmail.com Secretary –Triston Jennings-TristonJennings@hotmail.com Treasurer – Shyam rabadia- Shyamrr@live.com

Editor – Jennifer Wang – jenniferwang321@gmail.com

Mount Rainier High School

New Start

President – Angela Truong – truong.angela@yahoo.com Vice President –Harsimran Gill – harsimrangill8@yahoo.com Secretary – Zoraya Garcia – zorayakgarcia@gmail.com Treasurer –Catalina Corvalan – catacorfru@hotmail.com Editor –Jenny Le – jenny_tt_le@yahoo.com

Seattle Lutheran High School

West Seattle High School

President – Angel Cucio – angelrose097@gmail.com

President – Ming Ma- xminggyx@gmail.com

Vice President – Maddy Winter – maddy.winterz@gmail.com

Vice President- Mireya Keller – mireylovespink@gmail.com

Secretary – Carol Sasai – carol_sasai_xp@hotmail.com

Secretary- Abby Terry - adtwolf@hotmail.com

Treasurer – Tate Schuehle – tatertots@13@gmail.com

Treasurer – Jonathan cao – allcaosmoo@gmail.com Editor – Trisha Magcalas – twishamagcalas91410@gmail.com


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