VOL. 2 ISSUE 1 â€˘ APRIL 2019
KEY CLUB - Newsletter Official Newsletter of the Denton High School Key Club
"As president, I will do my best to listen to the members and make this club about them. Our focus will be on service and improving our community, but in a way that every member will enjoy. I plan to have more incentives and opportunities to get involved this year, so that students who are not a part of Key Club yet can see how much fun we have and will want to join us in service. This will be an amazing year and I can't wait to see how our club improves. Top 25, here we come!" - Emily Young (Denton High Key Club President)
This issue: Cover page PAGE 01 DCON 2019 PAGE 02 Officer Elections PAGE 03 Introductory Breakfast PAGE 04 Upcoming Events PAGE 05 Contact Us PAGE 06 Social Media PAGE 07
DCON 2019 2018-2019 This years Texas-Oklahoma DCON was a success! This was the 70th annual DCON, so to celebrate, the theme was "Groove into Service", with all things 70's. Our members had a blast, with meeting other members from the Texas-Oklahoma district, learning new things about Key Club and their positions, or just goofing around and having fun. DCON offered many fun activities for the members to interact with, like blow-up obstacle courses, a talent show, official board elections, and much more.
"If service is beneath you, then leadership is beyond you."
Along with the fun activities DCON had to offer, there was a competition ranking all the Key Clubs, we got 24th, out of more than 300!
Officer Elections 2019-2020 President - Emily Young Vice President - Lizette Reyes Secretary - Kate Crawford Treasurer - Madeleine Taylor-Marks Publicist - Brielle Da Silva Webmaster - Colby Keen Editor - Meryl Johnson
"Better your school, better your world, better yourself."
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.
Introductory Breakfast 2019-2020 The Introductory Breakfast was held April 30th at 8 in the morning. Members donated orange juice, fruit, and baked goods. The members also promoted the breakfast and the club by posting fliers on their social medias and telling their friends who are not part of the club.
Student Spotlight LIZETTE REYES She brought four dozen doughnuts for the members and future members of the club to enjoy!
"Key Club is a golden opportunity to learn about service, meet new people, make memories and have a lot of fun!" KESSA DEN HOED
Objectives Key Club aims to cooperate with school principles and teachers to provide high school students with invaluable experience in living and working together and to prepare them for useful citizenship.
Mission Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, provide character, and build leadership.
Upcoming Events Due to this upcoming months testing there are not many service opportunities for the month of May
Contact us Club President Emily Young email@example.com
Club Vice President Lizette Reyes firstname.lastname@example.org
"Everyday is a new chance to change the world." Faculty Advisor email@example.com
Club Treasurer Madeleine Taylor-Marks firstname.lastname@example.org
Kiwanis Advisor email@example.com
Division Lieutenant Governor firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Secretary Kate Crawford email@example.com
District Treasurer firstname.lastname@example.org
Meryl Johnson email@example.com
District Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
District Editor email@example.com
text @dentonkeyclub to 81010
What is Key Club?
How did it start?
Key Club international is the world's largest student-led organization. Denton High School is the local chapter of this club of 270,000 members from 38 countries.
The local chapter of Key Club at Denton High School has a lot of history. Key Club International was founded in 1925 based out of California. It has been adopted to stand for Kiwanis Educating Youth.
How does it work?
What is Kiwanis?
Our board, made up of club officers and committee chairs, seeks out or creates service projects to address needs in the community. Our large member base helps us fulfill these needs.
Kiwanis is the sponsoring parent organization of Key Club. Our club is sponsored by Denton Breakfast Kiwanis Club, made up of community leaders in Denton.
Caring - our way of life Thanks for reading!
Denton High School's Key Club 2019 April Newsletter.