64TH REGISTER April 2012 Volume 1 Issue 1
FROM YOUR LT.G Key Clubbers from our division (from left): Rosaline Jun, Sarah Richardson, Page Michels, Julia Szeto, Victoria Kong and Ashley Laverne
HI EVERYONE MY NAME IS ROSALINE JUN...
A new Key Club year has officially started and I’m really excited to work, meet, hang out, serve, and volunteer with everyone in Division 64! Go Classy Mice! I’ll start out with a little introduction! Just like I’ve mentioned, my name is Rosaline Jun. I’m a junior at Lake Oswego High School and I’ve lived in/near Portland for my entire life!
My hope for this Key Club year is to create lasting friendships and to grow our division. We had 6 wonderful girls at DCON this year (DCON recap will be on the one of the following pages) and
I’ve been on varsity swim team since my freshman year and I’ve also been involved in the school orchestra & I’m the design editor of my school newspaper! I started Key Club my sophomore year when girls at our
I’m hoping that we’ll have more than twice this number next year! Lastly, I want to be there for all of you in any times of need. Think of me as a friend! If you have Key Club questions, don’t hesitate to call or text me. If you have personal problems, please
school started the club at LOHS. I didn’t think it’d be a big deal (i saw it as just another club just to put on my college application) but I later realized that it was a far bigger commitment than
call me and vent. I’m usually up all night anyways :)
anything else I’ve ever been in. Key Club is a wonderful opportunity to help in and around our community. It’s a way for people around the world to get
Until next time, BE EXCITED. BE MOTIVATED. BE ENTHUSIASTIC. BE KIND. BE GENEROUS. BE HUMBLE. BE SELFLESS.
involved in community service, because we really should see it as a priority to give back!
In love and service, Rosaline Jun
Goals for this year There are many goals that I want everyone to help me accomplish by this time next year!
3. Raise at least $3,000 for the governor’s project this year! Last year it was KCCP! This is only $600 per club! We can do it!
1. Early bird dues in for all clubs in our division!
4. Charter at least one new
Treasurers: this means that all
club! Know of any schools
clubs need to get in dues by
that don’t have a Key Club?
Let’s invite them to Division 64!
2. Get 25 people at DCON next year! It’s the 2nd
5. Have fun! Get to know
weekend of spring break for
one another! And make Key
us Oregonians! Start
Club a vital part of your
promoting this NOW!
Trauma Doll making with Sabina, Mikaela, Julia, Victoria, Sarah, Giovanni, and Nathan!
KCCP Trauma Dolls Last year, several members and friends of Division 64 gathered to make trauma dolls as part of KCCP, Kiwanis Children Cancer Project, which was our former Governor, Varun Awasthi’s, governor project! These trauma dolls were delivered to hospitals in the Portland and Seattle area!
District Convention- a celebration of the beginning and end of a Key Club year! Our division was small, but we had a blast! We got to know so many enthusiastic people from all over the Pacific Northwest District! Key Clubbers from Canada, Alaska, Oregon,
Idaho and Washington all gathered (over 1600 Join us next year at DCON!
people!) to elect a new executive board, show off their division pride, attend fun forums, meet new people and just have fun!
International Convention Enjoyed DCON? Want to travel to Orlando this summer with other Key Clubbers? Go to ICON!
SCHEDULE! Wednesday, July 4 Registration Contests and awards sign up Meet and greet Thursday, July 5 Advisors/administrators breakfast International council Opening session Caucus round 1 Nomination conference Contest judging Charity dance
Pricing & Options Option 1: 5-day hopper pass for DisneyWorld, 5 passes to Disney Water Parks or DisneyQuest, and 1 pass to the Disney Youth Education Series$1450 Â Option 2: 4-hopper pass for DisneyWorld, 4 passes to Disney Water Parks or DisneyQuest, and 1 pass to the Disney Youth Education Series$1530
Friday, July 6 Workshops Service fair Recognition session Saturday, July 7 Workshops House of Delegates Closing session Dance
(prices include airfare and hotel fees) More and complete info found here: http://www.keyclub.org/events/ convention.aspx
Interested? Ask me any questions!
FINAL THINGS... DCM (Divisional Council Meeting) Our divisional council meeting will be held on Saturday, April 7, at 10 am at the Bridge City Cafe in the Bridgeport mall! All members of Division 64 are welcome!
Officer Contact Information
Key Club 101
If you are an officer of your home club, make sure you’re part of the Division 64 Officers: Key Club International facebook group and make sure to read my post and send me your contact info ASAP!
A “Key Club 101” session will be held in the month of May. Please keep your eye out for this! Mandatory for officers, highly encouraged for regular members!
Convention Aide Application is now available! Get involved and apply now! The role of a convention aide is very important and vital to the success of District Convention. You will work closely with the Convention Chair, Andy Nguyen, in putting together
individuals who will dedicate countless hours into
APPLY NOW! SEE ATTACHMENTS!
DCON for 2013! You’ll be required to travel to
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me or Andy Nguyen (firstname.lastname@example.org). I’m sure that whoever applies will be a great
all board meetings and will have a lot of responsibilities. We are looking for motivated and excited
making District Convention awesome for next year!
representation of our division! Application is attached to this email!
Governor Giovanni McKenzie email@example.com
Rosaline Jun, Division 64 Lt.G
District Secretary Kelsie Hoppes firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com cell: 503.720.3046 (call/txt anytime) home: 503.635.0024
District Treasurer Kenneth Lam firstname.lastname@example.org
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Bulletin Editor Bassel Hamieh email@example.com