January 2014 | Volume II | Issue IX
Official Division 3 South Newsletter | Region 7 | CNH District
In this ISSUE January 2014 2 A word from the LTG / News Editor
3 Past Events
4 Future Events
5&6 Articles from clubs
7&8 DLT / Presidents Contact Information
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HOWLING for Service Hello Wolf Pups, and Happy February to all of you! A little more than a
year ago, I was elected to serve as your Lieutenant Governor, and since then, my life has changed tremendously. Looking back, serving as your LTG has been an amazing and unforgettable journey, and I'm glad that it isn't over just yet. We still have a lot of work to do in order to leave a GOLDEN legacy that will be built upon for many years to come. The work that you all have done up to this point has made me extremely proud, as I have seen all of you grow as servant leaders, and I know that you all will continue to grow even further as time goes by. I know that there are times when you become so overwhelmed with everything or you lose your motivation and all you want to do is sleep or lay around (trust me, I've been there too!), but I believe that you can overcome all obstacles that come your way. Whether it be school, Key Club, or even personal goals, I want you all to push forward and give it your all. Take a few minutes to reflect on all the hard work and dedication you have poured into improving your clubs, saving lives, and ultimately, making a difference in your community and world. Wouldn't it be a shame to look back and have unfinished work and regrets? I want all of you to Hello Division 3 South Wolves! My name is Jenell be able to look back on Paraiso and I am your appointed News Editor for this this term with a smile on division. I just want to introduce myself to those who your face, because you don’t know me and to the club Bulletin Editors I will were able to achieve and be working with for the next few months until DCON even go BEE-YOND all when my term ends. Some of you already know me goals set before you. There since I am Benjamin Franklin’s bulletin editor as well. I know my term will be very short but I hope this short are less than two months term will be an exciting experience. I hope to see until DCON. Let's end
this term with a BANG!
you all soon in future events! Continue to serve our community wolves!
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Past events January 11, 2014 Division 3 North & South Conclave 2014-2015 Location: Glendale Central Library 222 East Harvard Street, Glendale, California 91205 Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm
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Future events February 1, 2014 D03S Conclave Part 2 Location: Glendale Police Department 131 North Isabel Street, Glendale, California 91206 Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm
February 22 & 23, 2014 LA Chinatown Firecracker 2014
March 9th, 2014 LA Marathon Location: Finish (Santa Monica) Time: 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM Task: Post Finish Food and Fluid Group Name: Division 3 South Key Club Group Password: staygold1314
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Articles Los Feliz Council Day of Service | Arbyn Olarte | John Marshall
On January 18th, Los Feliz Neighborhood Council held their Council Day of Service, by cleaning up the Hoover Steps. It was a fun and productive way to spend your typical Saturday morning. Along with volunteers from the Los Feliz area, members of JMHS Key Club were able to pick up trash and rake leaves leaving the place very clean and looking very nice. The event was scheduled to last from 9 to 12 PM, but we were able to finish within an hour because many people contribute and were very productive. And to top it all off, we were given snacks and drinks in the end. It is fun events like this that encourage me to go to service events, and remind me why I love Key Club so much.
Kiwanis Meeting | Mark Ingcoco | Benjamin Franklin I attended one of my favorite meetings this month. On January 8th, I went to a Kiwanis meeting. I go to these meetings to see how our beloved Kiwanians are doing, to see their outstanding amounts of energy early in the morning, to hear them sing, to know what theyâ€™ve done the past month, and also to be informed of whatâ€™s to happen for upcoming events. Going to this event is definitely one of the best ways to start up my day. I started off this event by giving our Kiwanis (Ms. Ruygrok and Mr. Moffett) their posters made by our president Jade Archuleta. Then they started the meeting with the usual song they do. During the meeting, Ms. Ruygrok thanked our club for giving her a poster and said the sweetest words ever. (I cried during her speech) We then moved on to listening to the representative speaker. All in all, after I left this event, I learned how to be a good leader, how to serve the children of the world, and how to grow, succeed and make great things happen. With their strong will and positive attitude, they can really achieve the impossible.
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from clubs Braille | Sabrina Velasco | Benjamin Franklin
The event I attended in the month of January 2014 was Braille. This was the first time I volunteered at Braille Institute and I regret not going to the previous volunteer days. Since this was my first time, I had to fill out a volunteer form which didnâ€™t take much time. Then comes the fun stuff! I entered into a very large room where other volunteers, including the blind, were doing various tasks. Personally, I never saw a blind person and I have and will always support and aid them in any way or form, which is why I wanted to volunteer at Braille. Anyways, my first task was to put 44 cassette tapes into a box, but Jade and I had trouble with some boxes because they were too small. I then went to make the proper boxes since there was a need for them. I had to fold the boxes and tape them a certain way to limit the tape usage. The tape dispenser was difficult for me to manage at first but I became a pro at it by the end of the day. After all of the boxes were made and the cassettes were packaged, we had to check that the tape was in the right cassette and organize them by 15. My thumbs were extremely sore from popping and closing the cassettes, but in the end, it was worth it. I plan to attend more Braille events in the future so I can gain thumb strength.
Campus Beautification | Janine Raymundo | John Marshall On January 29, 2014, we had Campus Beautification where our member took an hour off their time after school to clean up the grounds they walk upon every day. In an effort to help our school's janitors and sanitary department as well as making our school cleaner, we picked up trash and raked leaves all around the mound area of the campus. I was personally happy with the amount of members that attended this event with it having such a late notice and lack of advertisement. With the amount of members that came, we were able to use all the tools provided by our school's plant manager. It makes me proud to see our members, both old and new, take the initiative and serve. I think Campus Beautification is a great event for all members who would like to make a little difference in our school. The little things we do together as a club can go a long way. Yay for service!
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Club President APEX Academy
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Contact Information Glendale
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Published on Mar 21, 2014
Created by: News Editor, Jenell Paraiso **NOTE: I apologize for the missing pictures on Page 3. The pictures were originally on my newslett...