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The Chipmunk Tribune Official Newsletter of Pacific Northwest Division 74

In this Issue: A Message from me………..2 Rally in the Valley……….3&4 DCMs………………………….5 International Trustee.……….6 \ What is Key Club?................7 Key Club Structure………....8 The Eliminate Project.………9 Runway for Relief………….10 Appointed Positions….11&12 Contact information……...13 Upcoming Events………….14 Berry Sale……………………15

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A Message from your

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Lieutenant Governor

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Divisional Counsel Meetings

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A letter from our International Trustee 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

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What is Key Club? Vision: We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide. Core values: The core values of Key Club International are leadership, character building, caring and inclusiveness. Pledge: I pledge, on my honor, to uphold the Objects of Key Club International; to build my home, school and community; to serve my nation and God; and combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions. Motto: Caring–Our Way of Life

Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. Objects of Key Club International:  To develop initiative and leadership. 

To provide experience in living and working together.

To serve the school and community.

To cooperate with the school principal.

To prepare for useful citizenship.

To accept and promote the following ideals: o

To give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the material values of life.

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To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships.

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To promote the adoption and application of higher standards in scholarship, sportsmanship and social contacts.

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To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship.

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To provide a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render unselfish service and to build better communities.

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To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which makes possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism and good will.

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Key Club Structure

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The Eliminate Project

The campaign has already raised more than 53 million dollars and has eliminated MNT from 34 countries! The goal that UNICEF and Kiwanis have set is to raise $100 million by the completion of the project in 2016. If that goal is reached, it would be enough to successfully eliminate Maternal and Neonatal tetanus from the planet entirely. We can’t do it without you!

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Event Spotlight

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Runway for Relief

On Thursday, May 22nd; the Sheldon High School Key Club put on “runway for relief” a fun and fabulous fashion show that raised about $700 for the Relief Nursery! With sponsorship from Francesca’s Boutique, Birch’s, Buffalo Exchange, and more Runway for relief was and event that the whole community got to be a part of! A big thank you goes out to the hosts, sponsors, models, and everyone who came!

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Contact Information District Governor: Lisa Antonio lisaantonioltg@gmail.com

District Administrator: John Jay jmjay@comcast.net

District Treasurer: Aneesh Pappu aspappu2008@gmail.com

Assistant District Administrator: Tom Saunders pnwtoms@gmail.com

District Secretary: Ik Hoon Jung ih.j.321@gmail.com

Finance Administrator: Kevin Buyer buyergang@wavecable.com

District Editor: Jenny Zhang jennyz0213@yahoo.com

Convention Chair: Cleo Tsang cleoklutsang@gmail.com

If you have any questions about Key Club in general or our club in particular, feel free to call, text, email or Facebook me anytime! Email: dayzee.d74@gmail.com Phone: 541-790-9060 Facebook: www.facebook.com/sweetdaisymarshall And join our divisional Facebook page too! (Key Club Division 74)

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Upcoming Events

June

July

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2014 22nd Annual Emerald Empire Kiwanis

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Berry Sale Fresh Sliced Strawberries Unsweetened

Strawberries

15 lb. pail

$32

30 lb. Pail

$48

FRESH BERRY PICKUP TURSDAY, JUNE 19TH, 3:30-6:30 PM, VALLEY RIVER CENTER

Individually Quick Frozen Berries UNSWEETENED

Red Raspberries Blueberries Marion berries Strawberries

10 lb. box Red Raspberries Or Blueberries

$33

10 lb. box of Marion Berries Or Strawberries

$28

FROZEN BERRY PICKUP TURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH 3:30-6:30 PM, VALLEY RIVER CENTER

PROCEEDS SUPPORT: Dorenbecher Hospital, Food For Land County, High School Kiwanis Key Clubs, Pearl Buck Center, Graduating Senior Awards, School-Based Health Centers, and many other community service projects HALF OF THE PROCEEDS GO STRAIGHT TO YOUR KEY CLUB IF YOU PUT YOUR SCHOOL NAME ON THE ORDER FORMS Ask your Kiwanis Advisor for order forms and visit www.eekiwanis.org or call 541-607-4065 for more information. Order online or mail in the order forms. Mail orders with payments must be postmarked by Monday, June 2.

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