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LLAMA LEGENDS

OFFICIAL DIVISION 2 SOUTH NEWSLETTER

March VOLUME 1 // ISSUEÂ 10 D2S | REGION 9 | CNH DISTRICT


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Hey Llamas, DCON is approaching soon, so please reach out to your President if you would like to attend! We will have having lot's of workshops, food, recognition, fun, and meeting new people. It's definitely a memorable experience that could be your Key Club Moment, so it's worth it to go! Don't forget to come to our very last DCM together at Cherry Grove Park. It will be hosted by San Leandro and we will be making kits for the homeless.  Thanks for reading this edition of the Llama Legends, see you next month!  With a Spark for Service, Vivian Luong Division 2 South Lieutenant Governor

Hello Llamas! I am utterly shocked that it is already March! I can not believe that the end of the term is already so close! I hope no one is burning out from all their hard work this term :) This newsletter is inspired by how March marks the brink of the Spring season. I included some nature-related elements and many shades of green. Thank you for reading! As always, if you have any comments or suggestions, then please let me know! Vy Truong Division 2 South News Editor 03


upcoming events

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march dcm | brush away homelessness

when: Sunday, March 3rd 1:00PM -3:00PM where: Cherry Grove Park, San Leandro what: Put together kits and cards for the less fortunate! (donate items for service minutes) sign-up -->

region 9 awake-a-thon

when: Saturday, March 16th 7:00PM - Sunday, March 17th 7:00AM where: San Leandro Boys & Girls Club what: Fundraise for PTP, meet Region 9 members, bond all night admission: $15 sign-up --->

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Sayaka Hirano

Q: What is your favorite aspect of Key Club? A: I like key club because you get to help out the community and others with ur friends ig. And by spending time with others, u make new friends :) Q: What kind of service events do you like to attend? A: I like food pantry and clean ups Q: What is your favorite Key Club memory? A: My fav memory was dcm that was supposed to be an awakeathon but wasn't. It was fun playing mafia and just spilling tea lol

Brandon Gee

A L A M E D A Q: What is your favorite aspect of Key Club? A: my favorite aspect of key club is being able to surround myself with such great people Q: What kind of service events do you like to attend? A: i like to attend the service event that are outside of school such as the Berkeley half marathon and the turkey trot Q: What is your favorite Key Club memory? A: My favorite Key Club memory is probably last year's light parade or this year's FRN.

Gene Kung

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V A L L E Y

Q: What is your favorite aspect of Key Club? A: I like that I can help others. Q: What kind of service events do you like to attend? A: I enjoyed being aa waiter at the Crab Feed. Q: What is your favorite Key Club memory? A: My favorite memory was helping out and serving elders at the Crab Feed.

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Q: What is your favorite aspect of Key Club? A: Meeting new people and getting to volunteer in the community that I value and live in. What I also love about Key Club is that it allows me to be active in the weekends and allows me to spend time with other key club members that I never met or have met. To me, I feel that volunteering within the community allows me to digress from my hardships and struggles, and I truly cherish this connection because it keeps me motivated and invigorated. My community is my optimism. Q: What kind of service events do you like to attend? A:Â Service events that I like to attend are those that allow you to interact with other people and not just key club members and volunteerers. For example, food bank, advertising, etc. Q: What is your favorite Key Club memory? A: My favorite key club memory is definitely not riding the medusa in six flags, but when I was in foodbank and this lady complimented me that I'm a natural when I was doing "shopping" and the time when I started to smile confidently, awkward at first though, while passing out fliers for some band concerts to strangers and the gift of receiving that smile back is probably one of my most favorite memory.

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officers of the month

Christy Wong ALAMEDA Elly Kung ARROYO

Mandy Lim ENCINAL

Audrey Soohoo CASTRO VALLEY 09


CASTRO VALLEY

slow but steady progress As a happy surprise, Stanton Elementary decided that they would continue their after-school program for a little longer. Volunteers that had previously gained experience from past weeks of tutoring were more than happy to go help out again, and this time, with some new students. It has been exciting to see the progress of the kids every week and hear the thankful remarks from staff members when they see us. The opportunity to watch kids grow and to form bonds with them is rewarding and satisfying. Not only do the kids grow, but I also feel myself getting more comfortable explaining things to kids in simpler terms and keeping them on track. Through this experience, I gained more respect for teachers and became more inspired to be a good role model for these children.

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ENCINAL

chili cook-off To kick off 2019, Kiwanis hosted their 20th annual chili cookoff. The event took place at the O’ Club in Alameda. It was a fun night of mingling and chili. The event was so big that the Alameda and Encinal Key Clubs helped. The Encinal Club took the front and handled drink tickets and handing out drinks. We also helped clean tables and move things. The Alameda Club didn’t spend much time up front, they handled the main hall and back rooms.

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div 2 south presidents ALAMEDA

KIPP KING

Kristen Chan email: kristenchan12@gmail.com

Abigail Thai email: abigail.thai@kippbastudent.org

ARROYO

LEADERSHIP PUBLIC

Kenneth Thai email: kenneththai19@gmail.com

Julian Roman email: jr070701@gmail.com

CASTRO VALLEY

SAN LEANDRO

Patrice Cheung email: patricecvkey@gmail.com

Alondra Flores email: aflores@slamfamily.com

ENCINAL

SAN LORENZO

Sarah Kohgadai email: sarahkohgadai@gmail.com

Christopher Ramirez email: cramirexkeyclub@gmail.com

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HISTORIAN

Vivian Luong d02s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

Christy Wong christy94502@yahoo.com

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

MEMBER OUTREACH & REC.

Jarlene Clavido d02s.cnhkc.ea1@gmail.com

Amy Shun amyshun12@gmail.com

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

SERVICE PROJECTS COORD.

Jenni Quoi d02s.cnhkc.ea2@gmail.com

Kristy Chan kristycvkey@gmail.com

NEWS EDITOR

SPIRIT COORDINATOR

Vy Truong d02s.cnhkc.dne@gmail.com

Kenneth Thai kenneththai19@gmail.com

TECH EDITOR

SPIRIT COORDINATOR

Trina Pham trina.pham@kippbastudent.org

Vincent Thai thaivincent88@gmail.com

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