PACIFIC NORTHWEST DISTRICT KEY CLUB
DIVISION 65 JUNE NEWSLETTER VOLUME 3 | ISSUE 3
HILLSBORO | JESUIT | MILLER EC | SOUTHRDIGE | SUNSET |WESTVIEW
HILLSBORO | JESUIT | MILLER EC | SOUTHRDIGE | SUNSET |WESTVIEW
ALOHA | BEAVERTON | CENTURY | FOREST GROVE | GLENCOE
ALOHA | BEAVERTON | CENTURY | FOREST GROVE | GLENCOE
Table of Contents 1. Front Cover 2. Table of Contents 3. Preferred Charities & Reports 4. Greetings from your LtG 5. Summer 2k14 w/ Division 65 Key Club 6-7. Key Club 101 8-9. The Eliminate Project / Divisional Goals 10-13. May DCM | Senior Send-Off Banquet Recap 14-15. Division 65 Scoreboard 16-17. Service Throughout the Month of May 18-19. PORTLAND AREA RALLY 2014 20-21. Pre-Rally | JUNE DCM 22. Key Leader 23. Giving Connection 24-25. PNW District Appointees 26. PNW Executive Board Contacts 27. Newsletter Question of the Month 28-29. Divisional Roster 30-31. Turtle Cheers 32. Check it out!
Works with the UN to assist children in 150 of the world’s developing countries. Through community based service, Unicef provides health care, education, sanitation and safe water.
The March of Dimes funds lifesaving research and programs and works to end premature birth, birth defects and infant mortality. Every baby deserves a healthy life.
Children’s Miracle Network uses the money fundraised to go towards research and training, purchasing equipment and paying uncompensated care, all in support for the mission to save as many children’s lives as possible.
Presidential Surveys Secretary Reports Editor Reports are are due on the 5th are due on the due on the 1st of of every month 5th of ever month ever month
LATE IS NEVER If reports are completed on time, your club earns 5 points!
GREETINGS FROM YOUR LTG! AYY WE MADE IT! Frequent all-nighters, never ending homework, one test after another— IT’S ALL OVER! I never thought I would get through junior year. Although it was torturous, I wouldn’t trade this year f o r a n y t h i n g . This year was full of surprises and my life has changed for the better. In the past few months, I’ve gotten to know you all inside and out and I look forward to seeing Division 65 Key Clubbers at service projects and DCMs. I hope that I have been able to fulfil my duties as an LtG and I AM ECSTATIC for what summer has in store for us. Summer is the time to kick back and relax but don’t forget– our communities still need us! With all this time in our hands, let’s continue making a difference in our world. I encourage you all to come out of your shells this summer and S E R V E . We have an endless list of opportunities and I have tried my best to make DCMs enjoyable for you all. Never hesitate to bring your friends, key clubbers and non key clubbers, aunts, uncles, and even your dogs to DCMs! This summer, let’s train and organize ourselves as leaders and continue to strive as Key Clubbers outside of the school year. You all never fail to impress me. Please enjoy the June edition of the newsletter! Love you all. -Tasmia
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U L C PLEDGE:
I pledge, on my honor, to up-
hold the Objects of Key Club International; to build my home, school and community; to serve my nation and
Caringâ€“Our Way of Life MISSION STATEMENT: Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
God; and combat all forces which VISION:
KEY CLUB STRUCTURE
CORE VALUES: The core values of Key Club International are leadership, character building, caring and inclusiveness.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST DISTRICT KEY CLUB: The Pacific Northwest is geographically the largest district of Key Club International! The district spans from Western Canada to Northern California: with Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and the panhandle of Idaho in between. There are over 300 clubs that operate under 44 di-
Through rain or shine, snow or hail, Key Clubbers in the Pacific Northwest dedicate countless hours to their communities and internationally, and are always Proud 'N' Willing to serve!
KEY CLUB CHEER: HEY KEY CLUBBERS, HOW DO YOU FEEL? WE FEEL GOOD, OH WE FEEL SO GOOD! UH! *thrust* DOUBLE IT UP! UH UH! *thrust x2* TRIPLE IT UP! UH UH UH! *thrust x3*
ONE LONG UH! UUUUUUHH *hand roller coaster* RAPPER STYLE! UH-UH-UH-UH-UH! *chop the air*
With The Eliminate Project, Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. This deadly disease steals the lives of nearly 60,000 innocent babies and a significant number of women each year. The effects of the disease are excruciating â€” tiny newborns suffer repeated, painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to light and touch. To eliminate MNT from the Earth, more than 100 million mothers and their future babies must be immunized. It will take US$110 million â€” and the dedicated work of UNICEF and every member of the Kiwanis family. Our goal for 2015 is to completely ELIMINATE MNT. Are you still up for the challenge? PNW AND KEY CLUB INTERNATIONAL raised a total of
$80, 778.40 which is equivalent to 89,754 lives!
GET INVOLVED! SPREAD THE WORD!
DIVISION 65 ELIMINATES MNT OUR “GOAL”
$3,000 Before the end of 2015
HOW TO ELIMINATE 101:
S U M M E R 2 0 1 4 — potential car washes, joint DCM miracle minute, brainstorm creative ideas with your officers/at DCMs
Each school must have at least one restaurant fundraiser this year
Each school should attempt to sell Eliminate merchandise (coming out soon!)
Each school MUST emphasize Project Eliminate within their clubs
Devote a service project for Eliminate
We have 12 schools in our division
$3,000 divided by 12 = $250 per school
Division 65 already raised $200 from the May DCM!
WE GOT THIS!
Division 65 Senior GUEST LIST ALOHA Leanne Nguyen Kyra Dela Chica Alice Li Gillian Ernst Emily Cusano Katie Pope Katherine Nguyen Kaye Dela Chica Sunisa Thongkam Savannah Ernst Eric Tzeo Vincent Cheam
BEAVERTON Jessica Choe Yasmeen Ayoub Kelsey Martin Amy Vo Libby Swett Josh Estes Tia Deharpport
Zach Rabin David Choe Ellie Franks
CENTURY Bryce Canete Michaela Canete Naureen Khan Derek Jenny Ho Rina Alazas John-Nick Beronilla Sajjad Sayyid Valeria Thai Hannah Quan Cindy Tam Courtney Herr Kristine Catimbang Jacqueline Nguyen Monica Sek Melanie Chan Lynn Tran
On Friday, May 31st, Division 65 had the opportunity to honor their graduating se ing consisted of an exquisite Asian cuisine dinner provided by Mrs. Ahmed & Mrs down nostalgia lane. Then, each school had the opportunity to serenade their sen ing them an anthem. The graduates were given sashes that read â€œDIV 65 KEY CLU bettering our clubs and serving as role models within our schools. The evening fin left the church the way it was found! Thank you, Division 65, for making this even SENIORS. We are so proud of you and your passion for serving
Send-Off Banquet HILLSBORO Mai Ninomiya Mackenzie Crampton Tony Jesko Briana Vega WESTVIEW Elvira D Nikhil Anand Marley Dizney Cindy Chou Allie Knoch David Bemis Nathan Ahn Dennis Li SOUTHRIDGE Susie Than Katie Chanthakhoun Johnny Po Michael Ly Tasnia Kabir Annie Cao Chris Le Stella Sonu Stephen Sangil Ik Hoon Jung Vivian Vu Emilee Phounsavath Allison Zhou Jacob Nguyen SUNSET Andy Trieu Kaelan Patel Maggie McAdams Karolina Ryerson HUGE S/O to Johnny, Christon, Jesus Reyes Jackie, and Vivian for the phoDick Thurston tos!
eniors at a lovely, semi-formal ceremony held at Rock Creek Church. The evens. Senekham. During dinner, we shared a toast for our seniors and took a trip niors by speaking on behalf of them, recognizing their hard work, and/or singUBâ€? and red roses. Division 65 appreciates all the time our seniors have given to nished with an assortment of desserts, cake, pictures, and lots of tears. We also nt possible with your kind donations. We raised $200 for Eliminate! g others will take you far! Donâ€™t forget Division 65 Key Club!
N CLASS OF 2014!
Kiwanis Meeti (5)
Milller EC Southridge
How to earn points:
Turn in Presidential Surveys, Secretary, and Editor Report ON TIME
Attend Kiwanis Meetings and let your LtG know
Bring members to DCMs/Divisional Events/Service Projects
Respond to the newsletter question
Bring a share of items to DCMs and fill out a form
Sharing is Caring Form
(2 per attendee)
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The club that earns the most points at the end of the Key Club year will receive a PARTY at their club hosted by your LTG!
During the month of May, Division 65 K Westview, Century and Southridge Key Clu
Sunset Key Club brought home the gold fro
also volunteered at the OR Humane Society
Pelham Memorial Service Day! Courtney He
bank and Beaverton collected cans for th
Southridge, Century, Glencoe, and Aloha vo
T THE MONTH OF MAY
Key Clubbers served over 150 hours! ub volunteered together at the Slime Run.
om the annual Kiwanis bowl-a-thon. They
y as well as help build a path for the John
er helped Southridge Key Club at the food
heir Human Trafficking Service Project.
olunteered at the Rock Nâ€™ Roll marathon.
d at the Graffiti Run!
Division 42C | Division 42V
Division 44 | Division 45 | Division 62 | Division 64 | Divisio
START YOUR SUMMER
LAKE BIBLE CHURCH | Reserve your EARLY
BIRD TICKETS HERE
MEDICAL RELEASSE FO Have you started COLLECTING
Bring 20 cans and re Donâ€™t forget to bring $1 for TWO
PHOTOB Become a Superhero
Spend your day training in workshops, mee babies fr
#PAR2K14 | Superheroes
on 65 | Division 66 | Division 68 | Division 70 | Division 80
R OFF WITH A B A N G !
| SATURDAY, JUNE 21ST & print out your
ORMS from the REGISTRATION PACKET!
OFF OF YOUR REGISTRATION!
S from our
BOOTH (all proceeds go towards Eliminate)
eting new friends, and saving mothers and rom MNT!
EMAIL email@example.com FOR YOUR OWN LAYOUT!
- PRE RALLY | SPIRIT STICK DEC
JUNE WHO WHAT WHEN WHY BEAVERTON = sherbet CENTURY= cookies n’ cream HILHI = mint GLENCOE = coffee SOUTHRDIGE = cookie dough SUNSET = vanilla WESTVIEW = caramel
ICE CREAM ASSIGNMENT!
ALOHA = chocolate
CORATION | ICE CREAM SUNDAE -
E DCM DIVISION 65 KEY CLUB, YOUR FRIENDS, YOUR DOG, YOUR AUNT, YOUR UNCLE!
PREPARE FOR PORTLAND RALLY, DECORATE THE SPIRIT STICK, ENJOY ICE CREAM, SUNDAE YOUR LTG!
SUNDAE, JUNE 15TH, 2:30PM—PCM 3:00PM—DCM
IT’S SUMMER & DIVISION 65 RAISED OVER $100 FOR MARCH OF DIMES– A PROMISE IS A PROMISE!
CALLING ALL PRESIDENTS AND VICE PRESIDENTS! PCM WILL TAKE PLACE AT 2:30PM! Please bring arts and crafts to DECORATE our SPIRIT STICK
PNW KEY LEADER Want to be part of a life-changing weekend with other Key Clubbers? Then attend Key Leader this year!
Enjoy an entire weekend with good food and good company! PORTLAND AREA: OCTOBER 24TH—26TH | CAMP COLLINS, GRESHAM SEATTLE AREA: NOVEMBER 7TH—9TH | CAMP SAMBICA | BELLEVUE Register for Key Leader at www.key-leader.org & talk to your LtG for more information regarding this event.
GIVING CONNECTION on cti d e n n on rtla C o ing at P !! v i G l be lly! l Ra wi
GIVING CONNECTION is a clearinghouse for community donations for the survivors of child sex trafficking. The donations are directly distributed through the social service organizations that provide treatment and housing as well as through a special victims police task force which serves as the first responders and first contact for many of these boys, girls an transgender youth!
Beaverton Key Club raised $400 in one week and purchased care items for the Athena House through Giving Connection!
DIVISION 65 TU Cheer 1:
shell fall off
We so fly, sixty-five! x6
six-ty five, six-ty five, six
HEY! You know how we do, three sixtyfive days, we rock it out, d-sixtyfive way. HEY! x 3
Aint no Party like a tur le party dont stop. HEY Cheer 6:
Cheer 3: 2-4-6-8
Who rocks the house, five rocks the house
2-4-6-8 turtles gonna dominate
and when we in the h night long *BLOW YO
3-5-7-9 turtles looking mighty fine! X2
repeat x 3
Cheer 4/Gas Pedal:
Cheer 7/FOLLOW THE Turtle Pledge:
Slow it down, grab the wall, Wiggle like you’re trying to make your
I’m a reptile with cold
URTLE CHEERS I hibernate in deep deep mud (repeat)
x-ty five, six-ty five
Though I walk so very slow (repeat) I give to people wherever I go (repeat) D-6-5 (repeat)
rtle party cuz a turt D-6-5 (repeat) Y x4 Iâ€™m a reptile with cold blood (echo) I hibernate in deep deep mud (echo) sixty-
house we rock it all OUR HORN*
If im scared I do not hide (echo)
With my shell i show my pride (echo) *tu rn around and shake tail* D 6 5 (echo)
d blood (repeat)
D 6 5 (echo)
DIVISION 65 ROSTER PRESIDENT: Katherine Nguyen VP: Sunisa Thongkam
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Vincent Cheam | email@example.com
SECRETARY: Lucy Nguyen
TREASURER: Sammy McGath | firstname.lastname@example.org PRESIDENT: Yasmeen Ayoub | email@example.com VP: Ellie Franks | firstname.lastname@example.org SECRETARY: Amy Vo | email@example.com TREASURER: Kelsey Martin| firstname.lastname@example.org
EDITOR: Zach Rabin| email@example.com
PRESIDENT: John-Nick Beronilla | firstname.lastname@example.org VP: Valerie Thai| email@example.com SECRETARY: Michaela Canete | firstname.lastname@example.org TREASURER: Lynn Tran
EDITOR: Sajjad Sayyid | email@example.com CLASS REP: Kristine Katimbang
VP: Leslie Senekham | firstname.lastname@example.org SECRETARY: Annelise Loveless | email@example.com TREASURER: Nidhi Pai | firstname.lastname@example.org
PRESIDENT: Mica Annis | email@example.com
PRESIDENT: Briana Vega | firstname.lastname@example.org VP: Lauren Goldfarb | email@example.com TREASURER: Mackenzie Crampton | firstname.lastname@example.org
Brigid Kelley |
Isabel Klein: | email@example.com
COPRESIDENT: Charvi Bhargava: | firstname.lastname@example.org
PRESIDENT: Annie Cao | email@example.com VP: Stella Sonu | firstname.lastname@example.org SECRETARY: Emilee Phounsavath
TREASURER: Vicki Lee| email@example.com EDITOR: Michael Ly | firstname.lastname@example.org PRESIDENT: Jennifer Lo | email@example.com
SECRETARY: Kaelan Patel | firstname.lastname@example.org & Lilian Tran | email@example.com
TREASURER: Varsha Prakash| firstname.lastname@example.org PRESIDENT: Cindy Chou | email@example.com VP: Richard Jiang | firstname.lastname@example.org SECRETARY: Dennis Li | email@example.com TREASURER: Bryan Lee | firstname.lastname@example.org EDITOR: Tasnia Kabir | email@example.com CLASS REPS: David Bemis, Stephen Oh, Nathan Ahn
VP: Michelle Lo | firstname.lastname@example.org
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Convention Aide Ryan Muira DIVISION 66
Communications Director Anav Gagneja DIVISION 44
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ARD APPOINTEES -
Membership Growth and Reactivation Director Suvir Copparam DIVISION 28
K-Family Relations Director Tina Sok DIVISION 34
District Project Director Ben Scranage DIVISION 74
Board at pnwkeyclub.weebly.com
DISTRICT EXECUTIVE BOARD DISTRICT GOVERNOR
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T H A N K S F O R R ETHANKS A D IFOR NG ! READING
NOW ANSWER THE NEWSLETTER QUESTION OF THE MONTH!
THE JUNE EDITION OF THE NEWSLETTER!
I M Important P O R T A N TDates: DATES Friday, Sunday, May 16th—BHS Care KitDCM Assembly June 15th—June Sunday, MayJune 18th—Rock n’ Roll 1/2 Marathon Saturday, 21st—PORTLAND AREA RALLY Tuesday, July 1st—Editor Reports Banquet Due Friday, May 30th—Senior Send-Off Saturday, July 5th—Secretary and Presidential Reports Due Sunday, June 1st– Editor Report’s Due
Thursday, June 5th—President’s Survey & Secretary Report’s Due Newsletter Question of the Month: What service projects would you like to do as a division this summer?
Newsletter Question of May:
- Comment/Message your response– earn points! -
CHECK IT OUT! THE ESPRESSO HAS BEEN RELEASED! Check out what’s poppin’ in the PNW. The Espresso is the district publication created by Jenny Zhang, our talented district editor.
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