OFFICIAL the NORTHERN D3NORTH NEWSLETTER JAN|VOL 4
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nformation & tips regarding , division, and district level!
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@PICKWICK ICE RINK 1001 W. Riverside Drive Burbank CA 91506
TO ALL ATTENDEES: admission tickets will only be sold on the day of the event. If you plan on attending, please bring $12 with you to the ice rink at 1:301:40PM (prior to the official skating time). This is so you won’t miss out on our allotted skating time! ^ ^ Look out for me (Cindy, div. editor); I’ll be selling the tickets! A.K.A. an Asian girl wearing divisional gear :) P.S. don’t be shy/hesitant to approach me, I don’t bite [hard]! ^_^
as we approach the 2014-2015 key club term, the time has come to pick a Lt. Governor to lead division 3 north! This is the purpose of the annual conclave.
This year, the division leadership team is proud to present Lt. Governor Elect Dean Wyr from La Canada KC, who was chosen by club delegates to lead our division through term. Remember, he will be officially installed as Lt. Governor at DCON in April!
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“I have been blessed to have been given so many amazing opportunities to serve my peers and build my character. This is my chance to give back in the best way I know how. Not many other people have been able to be a club president through two very different terms and have served on the division board. With this experience, I know I can effectively lead the division and further its development.” —Dean
RUNNING FOR OFFIC
OFFICER ELECTIONS ARE COMING UP… ARE YOU READ
It’s an exciting time, because he next generation of Key Club officers will soon be elected! If you have a passion to service your community, club, and members, then you’re already well on your way to becoming a wonderful officer. I encourage all of you to consider becoming leaders in your club, division (3 North), or even district (CNH) through the various officer positions that are available.
IMPORTANT DATES DISTRICT OFFICER CANDIDATE TRAINING CONFERENCE JAN 19 Key Club members interested in being a candidate for a District Officer Position (Governor, Secretary, or Treasurer) mustattend the Candidate Training Conference. *REGISTRATION ENDS JANUARY 2ND @ http://cnhkeyclub.org/events/ctc
This event is where Lt. Governor candidates first present themselves to the division with a speech and a question and answer session. The event is being finalized, but it most likely will be in January. More information will be coming soon!
CLUB-LEVEL OFFICER ELECTIONS
Interested in running for officer at your schoolâ€™s club? Be sure to contact your club president for more information, and keep up-to-date with times for application submission. Each club will have their elections some time between January and March, depending on the current president.
*If you have any questions regarding running for officer positions, please contact Lt. Governor Jacqueline Tsang at firstname.lastname@example.org
*ONLY COREBOARD OFFICER POSITIONS ARE LISTED. NON-COREBOARD OFFICERS (LIKE PUBLIC
PRESIDENT: DECISIVE, RESPONSIBLE, RESOURCEFUL
The club president is responsible for setting and monitoring the goals of the club, run chairs and delegating tasks as necessary, recruiting, training and retaining members an the lieutenant governor of his or her division.
VICE PRESIDENT: DILLIGENT, KEEN, DRIVEN The role of the club vice president can be summarized in one word: service. The vice officers, committees and the general membership. He or she is also expected to learn in or take over as necessary.
SECRETARY: ORGANIZED, FOCUSED, HARK-WORKING
The office of secretary is one of the most demanding in the organization and a good tioning of any Key Club. The secretary is responsible for taking minutes, keeping record the club.
TREASURER: SYSTEMATIC, ASTUTE, DEDICATED The club treasurer controls the club’s money, both its collection and disbursement. He monitors the budget and maintains accurate financial records.
BULLETIN EDITOR: CREATIVE, DUTIFUL, CAPABLE
The club editor is responsible for keeping the membership informed about important a club, district and international level. The “bulletin” may be a printed piece or electroni
CISTS, ETC) VARY DEPENDING ON THE CLUB.
nning club meetings, appointing committee nd maintaining regular communication with
president serves the president, other club the duties of the president in order to fill
secretary is essential to the proper funcds and maintaining all important files for
or she collects member dues, prepares and
activities, opportunities and deadlines at the ic update.
READY TO RUN FOR OFFICE?
QUICK TIPS! 1. Keep up-to-date on club news, and prepare for any application deadlines, caucus sessions, etc. 2. Attend Key Club events! Being a good member is the first step to being a good officer. 3. CAUCUS TIPS: A. Rehearse (if applicable) B. Smile! :) C. BREATHE. (it’s okay to be nervous; it’s natural!) D. Be honest, and let your love of service shine. E. Eye contact is important. F. Avoid “um,” “uh,” and “like”. It’s better to pause and collect your thoughts than to use filler words. 4. Be passionate! Don’t sell your self short; be confident :)
“After instruction, the first job to be done was have all the volunteers sit at tables and begin cutting the petals off of, literally, thousands of yellow flowers. Despite this job being very lengthy and tedious, we were still able to socialize with our fellow volunteers. Once completed, we were assigned my favorite job of thee day. We were lead outside to a group of tents where all the roses for the parade are held where our job was to cut the roses and prepare them for the floats. Jobs were separated into flower-cutters and runners who bring the flowers to them. Both jobs were actually fun and together they inspired teamwork. Overall, the experience was a good one which inspired a greater admiration for the Rose Parade.” —Cole Lauterback, CVKC
CLARK MAGNET CRESCENTA VALLEY LA CANADA ST. FRANCIS VERDUGO HILLS VILLAGE CHRISTIAN
contact us. dvisional leadership team
jacqueline tsang, LTG email@example.com
angela kwon, EA
christine noh, secretary
sofia kim, outreach
cindy ye, div. editor
REGION 7 CNH DISTRICT
DIVISION 3 NORTH see you next time!