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PACIFIC NORTHWEST DISTRICT

DIVISION 65 DECEMBER NEWSLETTER VOLUME 2 | ISSUE 9

| ALOHA | BEAVERTON | CENTURY | FOREST GROVE | GLENCOE | HILLSBORO | JESUIT | | MILLER EC | SOUTHRIDGE | SUNSET | WESTVIEW |


INSIDE THIS

ISSUE

The Division 65 Key Club Newsletter is a monthly newsletter published with information pertaining to all things Key Club from International updates to what‘s going on in the division, and within the clubs of Division 65.

Front Cover

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Table of Contents

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Preferred Charities/ President & Secretary Bulletin

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Lieutenant Governor Greetings

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Typhoon Haiyan

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Member & Club Spotlights

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November DCM

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In the Pacific Northwest District

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The Eliminate Project

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Weixiao Project

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Polar Plunge

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Canned Food Drive & Holiday Mail for Heroes

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Upcoming Divisional Events

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December DCM

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Lieutenant Governor Interest

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Lieutenant Governor Banquet

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DCON 2014

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KEY CLUB 101

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Divisional Contact Information

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District Exec. Board

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Important Dates

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Preferred Charities

President

Secretary

SURVEY IS HERE

REPORT IS HERE

Late is

NEVER

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Lieutenant Governor ———Greetings ———

Happy Holidays! I hope you all enjoyed No-School November and December! So much has been happening lately, Key Club wise. You all are doing such great things from volunteering every weekend to the various club fundraisers and service projects. December is the season of giving. Don‘t forget to be compassionate and caring this Holiday season. You never know, it could mean a lot to Tired LtG is tired someone! I am so proud of what he have accomplished as a division. My time as Lieutenant Governor is coming to an end, and I couldn‘t be any happier with what we‘ve done this year. Keep up the great work, and lets end this year strong.

In Love and Service,

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On Friday, November 8, 2013, Typhoon Haiyan, the worst recorded typhoon ever in recorded history made landfall in the Philippines. It is estimated that about 3,900 were killed by the typhoon while another 1,600 are still missing. With government corruption within the Philippines, and a different system of counting dead bodies, the number of deaths

Though we are across the ocean., we can still help out as much as we can. Through fundraising for the Philippine Red Cross, World Food Program, UNICEF and a number of other organizations, we are able to do our part from across the ocean to help redevelop and care for those who were affected by the typhoon. By in-

is still unknown. Tacloban, among the worst hit cities suffered the worst results. The entire city was devastated by the wreckage and rubble that was left of buildings. Those who are still alive after the typhoon are considered the lucky ones. Thousands of citizens, all who have lost their homes and have gone days

ourselves in charitable acts of kindness, we will be able to help the Philippines recover and rebuild from the disaster. Another way to help out the Philippines is to spread awareness, Most of the people affected were poor have very little after this Typhoon. In order to help the Pilipino community rebuild, it is important that we raise awareness

without water and food find themselves have assembled make shift homes at buildings that are still intact, and able to house them. For these people, it won‘t be months until they will be able to rebuild their homes and start life over again after the typhoon that destroyed it all.

and give what we can, even if it means giving up the usual morning Starbucks, or donating the two dollars you would normally spend on food after school. The typhoon is a reminder to people that we should always try and do what we can for those in need. Nobody deserved for this disaster to happen, it just did.

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T H EM IG M TL O P S

Name: Sophie Vandyke School: Glencoe Age: 18

Sophie Vandyke has been a Key Club member since she was a freshmen. When the Typhoon made land fall in the Philippines, she knew that she needed to do something to help out any way she could. Sophie was especially affected by this because just last school year, she had gone to visit the Philippines for her mother‘s high school reunion in Cebu, a city in the Visaya province (the worst hit of the three). On November 17th, Sophie attended a benefit event in Portland in which they partnered with the Philippine Red Cross and LBC to send relief supplies over to the Philippines. Sophie gathered and stuffed her mom‘s car with unused bars of soap, toothbrushes, toothpastes and other toiletries, along with towels, underwear, and blankets to send off to the Philippines.

B U HT L C LIG T O P S

At a school assembly on November 27th, Westview High School held a Miracle Minute in which all proceeds went to The Eliminate Project. In that minute, Westview Key Club was able to raise a total of $367 for the project, totaling to over $1000 that the club raised for ELIMINATE. The club could not have done it without prior mass advertising and the support of the Student Council. Also, the Health Careers class has decided to take up the Eliminate Project and do a little more fundraising for the cause. Great work, Westview!

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B U HT L C LIG T O P S

This Winter, Century Key Club has taken on something it has never done before! Jenny Ho, Key Club President of Century received the opportunity for the club to provide Warm Gifts for the students on Free and Reduced Lunch at Reedville Elementary School. About 80% of the students who attend Reedville Elementary are on the program. Century Key Club‘s goal is to provide 104 kids with gifts which include a pair of socks, a warm hat and knit gloves to prepare them for the cold weather we‘ve been experiencing lately this Winter. The club has even gone so far as to receive the sponsorship of Kohl‘s retail store which provided the club with 200 gift boxes to wrap the presents in. The club will deliver these gifts to the schoolchildren at Reedville once they finish gathering and wrapping the presents. Great job, Century!

B U HT L C LIG T O SP

On December 7th, Glencoe Key Club had a bake sale at Hillsboro High School along with Hillsboro High School Key Club. Usually dubbed ―Baking Club‖ by some of its members and students at school, Glencoe Key Clubbers went straight to the oven to provide the sale with many types of fudges, cake pops, muffins, cupcakes, brownies, cookies and many more! By the end of the day, Glencoe raised $216.79 for the Polar Plunge! Along with the $216 raised that weekend, the club has raised over $600 by asking for donations from family and friends. Glencoe Key Club will also be hosting a Polar Plunge Movie night on Dec. 19th, which they hope will attract many students and gain more interest on the Polar Plunge which benefits Special Olympics. Keep up the good work, Glencoe!

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NOVEMBER DCM & WESTVIEW FUNDRAISER Key Clubbers spent the duration of the Divisional Council Meeting making Holiday Cards to send to Veterans and Service members all over the US through the Red Cross Program ―Holiday Cards for Heroes.‖ Members also supported Westview High School Key Club by supporting their fundraiser which was held at Burgerville on 185th.

―I think it is very admirable and compassionate to do what you‘re doing for veterans. I am an Iraq War Veteran and I know that the letters will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for remembering them.‖ Joshua U.S. Army 4 years This was a note that was handed to me by a customer that overheard the PCM meeting

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NOVEMBER PCM MEETING MINUTES I. Christon Senekham, Lieutenant Governor of Division 65 officially call the November PCM to order at 3:11PM on November 24th, 2013. Club Share: Aloha: raised $300 for UNICEF, Adopt-a-Dress, Ugly Sweater Run, In School Volunteering, etc Beaverton: Ugly Sweater Run, Beaver Den (food and toiletries for underprivileged students), raised $1000 something for UNICEF, Night Strike Century: Raised about $1800 for UNICEF, Macys Day Parade (DCON Fundraiser), Giving Tree (Elementary Kids on free/reduced lunch), November Food Baskets, Turkey Trot Forest Grove: Spooks messages for Halloween, Pumpkin Auction, Road Clean up w/ FG Kiwanis Glencoe: Raised about $1200 for UNICEF, going straight into Polar Plunge fundraiser, local parks and recreation events, events for Polar Plunge, cleaned up adopt-a-road

Turn in money through the GIVING FORM – can be found on the Eliminate website, or with original TOT4UNICEF Packages – or contact LTG for a copy of the GIVING FORM. Make sure to send LtG a copy of the filled out giving form for division documentation on funds raised for UNICEF Divisional T – Shirts $4.12 per shirt, each club charges at $6. $1.88 profit per shirt sold -order sent out, shirts are being produced. Should be receiving T shirts before Christmas Break DCON – Level Up in Service Location: Washington State Convention Center Hotel: Sheraton Hotel, Seattle WA Date: April 4-6, 2014 FUNDRAISE FUNDRAISE FUNDRAISE – Kiwanis has announced cuts in the Key Club budgets – therefore imperative to fundraise for the club to go to DCON Focus on bringing incoming officers for training, and underclassmen so they can get inspired ALL clubs in D65 required to apply for AWARDS this year

Hillsboro: BWW Fundraiser, UNICEF fundraising, Holiday Mail for Heroes, Adopt-a-family, tree for all

DECEMBER DCM Ideas

Southridge: Oregon Food bank, Meals on Wheels, Donate Dinner, appointed new class reps

-holiday decorating

Sunset: Red Cross Blood Drive, Senior Home visit, Gift wrapping Westview: Eliminate and DCON Fundraisers – recent miracle minute rasied $375 at an assembly, reached their $1000 goal, will have a club party

-white turtle gift exchange -movie night -DIVISIONAL BONDING Lieutenant Governor Installation Ceremony Sunday, January 19th

ELIMINATE SHARE

Business attire

Aloha – raised $400-$500 (approx)

12 persons from each club required to attend

Beaverton – raised $1900 (approx)

Pre-curser to DCON

Century – raised $1800 (approx) Forest Grove – raised $300 (approx)

Higher Office Meeting

Glencoe – raised $1200 (approx)

-If interested in higher office, please attend after DCM

Hillsboro – raised $900 (approx) Southridge – raised $700 (approx) Sunset – raised $800 (approx) Westview – raised $1100 (approx)

I, Christon Senekham, Lieutenant Governor of Division 65adjourn the November DCM on November 24th, 2013 at 4:20PM.

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PNW? What‘s happening outside of our Division?

LET IT ELIMINATE December 13, 2013, 7 PM - 10 PM HARAMBEE, 316 S 3rd St, Renton, WA An event put on by Projects Director, Ha-vy Le. This showcase includes the JROD twins, Kim Vallido and Koncrete Movement as well as Key Club talent around the Pacific Northwest. All proceeds will go to the Elimi-

Check out PNW DISTRICT HERE:

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Division 26 - Ice Skating Social December 13, 2013 Castle Ice Arena (Renton, WA) Join Division 26 in a super fun ice skating social! All proceeds from this event will go towards the Eliminate Project. Ice skating is a great way to burn some energy and meet some new people from all over Seattle and the rest of Washington as well! For more info, contact Philip Nokeo (LtG Division 26)

Division AYN & AYS January 19, 2013, 10AM - 4PM A.J. Dimond High School, Anchorage Join the Key Club divisions of Alaska for a day of officer training, service projects and a day of FUN! The theme of Alaska Rally this year is ‗The Last Frontier and the First to Volunteer.‖ Hope to see you there!

65th District Convention April 4-6, 2014, Washington State Convention Center Are you ready for the 65th Annual District Convention! This year, PNW District is going all out. With a new venue, and a GREAT theme (Level Up in Service,) DCON 2014 will be an event you won‘t want to miss out on! Learn what other Key Clubs are doing while meeting other Key Clubbers from all over the Pacific Northwest!

EVENTS IN THE PAST

Division 34 - Dance to ELIMINATE

PNW Key Leader

November 23, 2013, 7 PM - 10 PM Stadium High School (Tacoma area)

Youth Leadership Weekends Camp Collins, Gresham, OR

The Pacific Northwest District would like to give a huge thanks to all the attendees that came to the Dance to Eliminate on November 23 at Stadium High School.

Key Leader camp is a fun leadership camp in which Key Clubbers from all over the Pacific Northwest gather to learn vital leadership skills and make great friends along the way. There are 2 Key Leader camps each year in the Pacific Northwest District. Make sure to attend next year!

In one night, we raised a total of $1,401!

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Maternal/Neonatal Tetanus (MNT) is a deadly disease that causes painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to light and touch for newly born babies birthed in unsanitary conditions. This disease is contracted when a pregnant women comes in contact with Tetanus spores from the ground or from unclean tools used during the birthing process. The slightest touch by an infants mother will cause inconsolable pain and in less than

entable disease. So far, with the help of UNICEF and Kiwanis, 33 countries have been vaccinated from MNT, though it still remains a deadly threat in 26 countries. In order to ELIMINATE Maternal/Neonatal Tetanus for good, more than 100 million mothers and babies must be immunized, costing an estimated $110 million USD. Our goal is to rid the world of Maternal/Neonatal Tetanus by 2015. With the help of the entire K-

As of Nov. 7th

As of Sep. 1st

$40,986,768.47 USD

12,500 USD

KIWANIS GOAL

PNW KCI GOAL

110 Million USD

24,000 USD

Check out the Eliminate Project!

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weixiao (wei • shao): v. to smile ―Wei Xiao‖ means ―smile‖ in Chinese.

Cleft lip and palate is one of the most common birth anomalies in the world. Approximately 1 in every 700 born with a cleft in North America…

babies

is

With just a movement of 13 muscles, you can make someone‘s day. A smile is a welcoming gesture. It is kind, warm, and genuine. A smile uplifts our own mood and others as well.

Clefts are a major problem in developing countries where there are still millions of children who are suffering with unrepaired clefts. The cleft‘s causes are unknown. This congenital condition happens in the first three months of pregnancy when the sides of the lip and the roof of the mouth do not fuse together as they should.

While the vast majority of those who live in the developed world are treated and lead normal lives, millions of children and adults in developing countries suffer

Children with cleft lips face a multitude of challenges:

from unrepaired clefts. Many are aban-

-Feeding difficulty: unable to suck properly because roof of mouth is not formed completely. Food can easily come out of the nose. -Ear infections and hearing loss: opening of roof of the mouth and lip causes decreased muscle function, which can lead to delay in speech or abnormal speech. -Dental problems: teeth may not erupt normally and orthodontic treatment is usually required. -Cosmetic abnormality: the child may be treated as an outcast. No one should ever experience that. Fortunately, cleft lip and palate is treatable through a series of surgeries and therapies.

WESTVIEW EMPHASIS

doned shortly after birth or kept hidden away from society. Most find it difficult to attend school, communicate easily, find jobs or get married.

The WeiXiao Project’s goal is to raise $1000; enough to give four children the smile that they deserve. Check it out on FB

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The mission of Special Olympics is to provide yearround sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.

GLENCOE WINTER EMPHASIS This is Glencoe Key Club‘s second year participating in the fundraiser. Last year, Unified Sports was introduced to Glencoe High School, so Key Club decided to help out the new program and raise money for the cause. This year‘s goal is to fundraise $1,000 and spread awareness to end the word.

The Polar Plunge is an annual fundraiser held throughout various locations around the world which benefit the Special Olympics. It works to raise awareness of the word ―Retard‖ and aims to end the usage of the word. Money raised for the Polar Plunge goes back to programs which provides sports equipments for kids and adults with intellectual disabilities.

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Per usual, the schools in the Hillsboro School District are participating in the Hillsboro Elks Lodge Canned Food Drive to raise non-perishable foods for families with low-incomes. With higher heating bills and a much colder Winter Season, it is important that we do as much as we can for the families who need it the most. Hillsboro area Key Clubbers have spent most of December collecting cans and money to help families and friends in need this Winter Season.

Many of the people who benefit from the canned food drive are students at school on the free and reduced lunch program. This year, the cans raised by Century, Glencoe, Hillsboro Liberty High Schools and Miller Education Center will go towards providing meals for over 700 families in Hillsboro, OR.

This Holiday Season, many Key Clubs in the Division have participated in making Holiday Cards for Heroes. The card-making program is sponsored by the Red Cross. Key Clubbers make and write letters to Service Members deployed throughout the world, and also veterans in various hospitals in the United States. The cards are sent to Heroes through the Red Cross.

―I think it is very admirable and compassionate to do what you‘re doing for veterans. I am an Iraq War Veteran and I know that the letters will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for remembering them.‖ Joshua U.S. Army 4 years

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UPCOMING

EVENTS WEIXIAO HOLIDAY CONCERT LOUNGE December 20, 2013 6PM - 8PM Oaks Hill Church, 2800 NW 153rd Ave. Beaverton Bring your friends and family to play cards and board games (Egyptian Ratscrew Tournament) There will also be Holiday Music played by local students. Cookies and Hot chocolate will be served.

POLAR PLUNGE MOVIE NIGHT December 19, 2013 5PM - 8PM School Library, 2700 NW Glencoe Road, Hillsboro Please join Glencoe Key Club for the movie night to fundraise for the Polar Plunge! Polar Express will be played, along with a guest speaker from the Special Olympics program. Bring sleeping bags and pillows for a fun and comfy evening! $3 per attendee, $8 per family Questions? Contact: Mica Annis @ (503) 915 0226

WESTVIEW FUNDRAISER FOR PROJECT ELIMINATE December 21, 4PM - 8PM Beaverton Chipotle, 3380 SW Cedar Hills BLVD

There is a $5 suggested donation to support Westview Key Club‘s fundraiser to support Cleft Lip and Palate surgery for young children. Questions? Contact: weixiaoproject@gmail.com

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DECEMBER DCM DIVISIONAL MOVIE NIGHT & WHITE TURTLE GIFT EXCHANGE

WHO: EVERYBODY WHAT: WHEN: WHY:

(KEY CLUBBERS)

movie night, potluck, white turtle gift exchange We will be watching a movie and bonding as a division. Please attend! It will be FUN!

6PM - 9PM | December 22, 2013 Senekham Residence | 606 NE Kristie CT. Hillsboro, OR

TO BOND AS A DIVISION. One of the great things about Key Club is being able to meet people just like yourself. Make new friends, and get closer to others within the Division. It is important for Division 65 to bond, because we are only as strong as the bond that keeps us together!

WHAT TO BRING: FOOD: Please bring food or drinks. Chips, soda, holiday cookies, appetizers, finger food, pizza, mandarins, chicken wings, anything you think people would eat.

White Turtle Gift Exchange: A gift of no more than $10. It can be anything.

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INTERESTED IN RUNNING FOR

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR? Why should you run?

What is the commitment to the position?

Serving as Lieutenant Governor is a great opportunity to serve your Division at a much higher level than the club level. You have the opportunity to lead others while learning to become a better leader yourself. Through service and dedication, your work as Lieutenant Governor will hopefully inspire others to get involved. You will be able to meet people from all over the Pacific Northwest District and serve with others as committed to their divisions as yourself. Being Lieutenant Governor is such a gaining experience, and one of the most memorable of high school experiences.

Just like any other position, it is your goal to serve your division to the best of your ability. Every Lieutenant Governor in the past has brought something different to the table. One thing always stays the same: Time commitment. As a Lieutenant Governor, you must be able to commit a lot of time to efficiently and successfully run your division. Time will be spent creating newsletters, planning events, holding monthly DCMs and PCMs, attending Key Club and Kiwanis meetings as well as meeting with your respective committees on District Board. Though it is a big commitment to make, it will pay off in the end knowing you‘ve served your Division the best you could.

What does a Lieutenant Governor do? As a Lieutenant Governor, you hold the Key between the clubs in your Division and the Pacific Northwest District. It is your job to maintain constant communication with your club officers as well as the three sponsoring Kiwanis Clubs in our Division. You will be doing club visits, at least twice a year, holding divisional events, planning Portland Rally, DCMs, PCMs, submitting Monthly Report Forms, and creating a monthly newsletter to send out to your division and district. Besides that, you will be serving on two committees on the PNW District Board.

IF YOU ARE RUNNING, Please contact Lt.G Christon for the Candidate Packet!

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ELECTION BANQUET WHO:

All Key Clubbers, faculty advisors, Kiwanis advisors, principals, prospective Key Clubbers, etc. Each club must bring TWO voting delegates (must be club officers)

WHAT:

The annual Lieutenant Governor Election! - Lieutenant Governor candidates will give their speeches, and voting for the 2014-2015 Lieutenant Governor will take place. There will be food, drinks, and musical performances throughout. Come out and meet your division!

WHEN:

1PM - 4PM | January 19, 2014

WHY:

Community Room | Beaverton Community Center

It is very important that you get a say in who will lead Division 65 in the next year. This will be an opportunity to learn more about the Key Club levels and meet other Key Clubbers from the other clubs in the Division. This banquet will also be a pre-cursor to what DCON will be like.

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THIS IS OUR YEAR. It is the 65th Annual District Convention and Division 65 needs to represent. Make sure you apply for as many awards as possible and show off your divisional spirit. DIVISION 65 will win the Divisional Spirit Award this year. Let‘s make it happen!

How to Register?

What is DCON? DCON is short for District Convention. Each year, the Pacific Northwest District gathers to celebrate a year of service, elect the new executive District Board, share and learn about new service opportunities while immersed in a fun-filled weekend with over 2000 Key Clubbers from all over the Pacific Northwest District.

The call to Convention can be found on the PNW Key Club website. The deadline to register is February 14th. Please contact your club president if you would like to attend DCON 2014.

Live Performance by Joseph Vincent!

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WHO :

PACIFIC NORTHWEST KEY CLUBBERS

WHAT :

The 65th Annual District Convention

WHEN :

April 4 - April 6, 2014

WHERE :

Washington State Convention Center

WHY :

Meet Key Clubbers from all over the Pacific Northwest District, receive officer training, get inspired, elect the executive District Board and so much more!

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KEY CLUB 101 Caring– Our Way of Life We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide.

Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.

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:  To give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the material values of life.  To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships.  To promote the adoption and application of higher standards in scholarship, sportsmanship and social contacts.  To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship.  To provide a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render unselfish service and to build better communities.  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.  

The core values of Key Club International are leadership, character building, caring and inclusiveness.

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.

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Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Canada, Cayman Islands, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominica, Ecuador, England, Germany, Guadeloupe, Hungary, Italy, Jamaica, Malaysia, Martinique, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Panama, Philippines. Singapore, South Korea, St. Lucia. Taiwan, Thailand Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands United States of America

Hey, Key Clubbers! How do you feel?! I feel good! Oh! I feel so good! UH! Double it up, UH! UH! Triple it up, UH! UH! UH!

The Pacific Northwest District is comprised of over 12,000 Key Clubbers in over 300 clubs under 44 divisions from All over Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Western Canada, Northern California and the Alaska Panhandle.

One long UH! UHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHH! Rapper-style, UH, UH, UH, UH, UH

PNW Key Clubbers are Proud ‗N‘ Willing to serve!

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AHS

DIVISIONAL CONTACTS President: Miranda Leonard - bubblicious.45@gmail.com Vice Pres: Katie Pope - Katie.pope.399@gmail.com Vice Pres: Savannah Ernst - savleighernst@gmail.com Secretary: Rae Kuhlman - raek96@yahoo.com Treasurer: Alice Li - mr.wood.alice@gmail.com Editor: Kricia Ruano - kriciaruanoespinoza@yahoo,com

CHS

BHS

President: David Choe - david.minsub.choe@gmail.com Vice Pres: Tia DeHarpport - t.Deharpport@gmail.com Secretary: Elena Truong - elenatruong205@gmail.com Treasurer: Karen Nguyen - carrot159k@yahoo.com Editor: Josh Estes - j1212estes@gmail.com

President: Jenny Ho - jenny.ho@live.com Vice Pres: Rina Alazas - rina.alazas@gmail.com Secretary: Hillary Le - hillaryngocle@yahoo.com Treasurer: Courtney Her - hmong_girlos_503@hotmail.com Editor: Nischal Mali - nishnish101@gmail.com

FGHS

President: Trevor Vandecoevering trevorvdc28@gmail.com Vice Pres: Larkin Moss - larkin.moss@gmail.com Secretary: Shelby Turner - shelbythurman10@yahoo.com Treasurer: Allison Davis - Allison.juliet.davis14@yahoo.com Editor: Natalie Brandt - rose8455@aol.com

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GHS

President: Leena Sihapanya - sihapanya.per1@gmail.com Vice Pres: Mica Annis - mica.annis@gmail.com Secretary: Jeremy Chu - jjc186@gmail.com Treasurer: Mackay Oakey - Mackey.oakey@gmail.com Editor: Jessica Debord - jess@thesnakeriver.net

President: Matthew Xu - matt.xu@gmail.com Vice Pres: Caleb Bacos - caleb.bacos@gmail.com Secretary: Marvah Gorlorwulu - mgorlorwulu14@jesuitmail.org Treasurer: Chris Harrop - charrop14@jesuitmail.org Editor: Marvah Gorlorwulu - mgorlorwulu14@jesuitmail.org

JHS

President: Ik Hoon Jung - ih.j.321@gmail.com Vice Pres: Brandon Kirlin Secretary: Annie Cao - cheerycherry1@gmail.com Treasurer: Evelyn Park - evepark16@gmail.com Editor: Christine Nguyen - Chris-

SRHS

SHS

HHS

President: Marley Dizney Swanson marley.dizney@gmail.com Vice Pres: Christina Kim - giwon12896@yahoo.com Secretary: Briana Vega - briana_vega@aol.com Treasurer: Allie Knoch - allie.knoch@gmail.com

President: Natalie Valent - Natalie.valent21@gmail.com Vice Pres: Julia Tran - Julia.tran715@gmail.com Secretary: kaelan Patel - kaelanp@gmail.com Secretary: Michelle Lo - 3michelle.lo@gmail.com Treasurer: Jennifer Lo - lojennifer16@gmail.com Editor: Maddie Leonard - Madeline.a.leonard@gmail.com

WHS

President: Allison Zhou - nosillazhou@gmail.com Vice Pres: Tasmia Ahmed - tasmia16@gmail.com Secretary: Richard Jiang - Hipen3@gmail.com Treasurer: Cindy Chou - email.cindy.chou@gmail.com Editor: Carol Li - carolminli@gmail.com

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CONTACT THE DISTRICT

EXECUTIVE BOARD DISTRICT GOVERNOR

CONVENTION CHAIR

TRANG TRAN

DENNY LIM

PNWGOV.TRANG@GMAIL.COM

DWHANLIM@GMAIL.COM INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEE

DISTRICT SECRETARY HAKIKAT BAINS BAINS.HAKIKAT@GMAIL.COM

ROSHNI CHANDWANI ROSHNI.CHANDWANI.KC@GMAIL.COM DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR JOHN JAY JMJAY@COMCAST.NET

DISTRICT TREASURER ERIC GREWAL

ASST. DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR

EGREWAL1@GMAIL.COM

TOM SAUNDERS PNWTOMS@GMAIL.COM KIWANIS LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

DISTRICT EDITOR SARA THOMAS

DICK THURSTON EUCHARIST01@GMAIL.COM

SLTHOMAS01@GMAIL.COM

DIVISION 65 LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR CHRISTON SENEKHAM 503 332 8576 DIVISION65LTG.CHRISTONSENEKHAM@GMAIL.COM

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Thank you for reading!

IMPORTANT DATES December 19– Polar Plunge Movie Night

December 20 - Weixiao Concert/Lounge December 21 - Eliminate Fundraiser December 22 - Divisional Movie Night January 5 - Secretary Reports Due January 10th - President Reports Due January 19th - Lieutenant Governor Election

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