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PACIFIC NORTHWEST DISTRICT

DIVISION 65 OCTOBER NEWSLETTER VOLUME 2 | ISSUE 7

ALOHA - BEAVERTON - CENTURY - FOREST GROVE - GLENCOE - HILLSBORO JESUIT - LIBERTY - SOUTHRIDGE - SUNSET - WESTVIEW


Inside this Issue

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Preferred Charities

President

Secretary

SURVEY IS HERE

REPORT IS HERE

Late is

NEVER

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Greetings, Turtles

Christon Senekham

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Trick-or-treat for

UNICEF What are some of our clubs doing to save the lives of mothers and her future babies from Tetanus?

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Updates on Inte HOW CAN

MORE FOR E Divisional Competition

If all 10 schools in our division raised $1,000 each, we would end up raising $10,000 vaccinating over 5,555 mothers, and saving so many more lives Try out a new and fun fundraiser! - Hillsboro High School is currently planning a post – Halloween pumpkin

Glencoe High School Key Club is currently in the works of planning an Eliminate Night at the local Burgerville as a fundraiser

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ernational N YOU DO

ELIMINATE? Tips on raising money 

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39,111,874.48 USD

12,500 USD

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Pre-order merchandise from your club’s board! T shirts - $15 Tanks (Limited Edition) - $15 Lanyard - $5

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What’s poppin’,

PNW? SEPTEMBER HAPPENINGS Sounders FC Night—September 13th On September 13th, Key Clubbers rallied out at the CenturyLink Field for the Seattle Sounders VS. Salt Lake City to raise funds for the Eliminate Project Pullman Rummage Sale—September 21st Pullman Key Club (Div. 56) had a HUGE rummage sale which raised more than $2,900 in funds for the Eliminate Project.

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A night to Eliminate—September 21st Lieutenant Governor of Division 74 hosted a concert with the UO acapella group “On the Rocks” to raise over $1,900 for the Eliminate Project .

UPCOMING EVENTS

2013 Key Club Nights w/ the Seattle Sounders FC

PNW has a new web domain Check it out! www.pnwkeyclub.weebly.com Check out PNW Key Club on the social networks!

Proud ‘N Willing to Serve.

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Key Club Week gives you the opportunity to show your community what Key Club is truly about: service. Each day places an emphasis on service, to promote Key Club within our homes, schools and communities and to make Key Club a household name. Do your part to make sure Key Club Week—Nov. 4-8, 2013—starts Kiwanis Family Month with a bang. Join other Key Clubs from around the world by following the suggested theme days. Not only will people learn more about Key Club, it is also another chance for you to grow your club in numbers, but also another chance for you to increase the service in your school!

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MON Nov 4

TUE Nov 5

WED Nov 6

THU Nov 7

FRI Nov 8

Show your K in every way— Show people what Key Club is all about! Spread the word by wearing Key Club gear and publicizing Key throughout the school with posters, announcements, a lunch booth, toilet talk, promote and spread the word of Key Club in any way you can!

Kudos to the Key players— Personally thank all the Key Club supporters you know—teachers, advisors and other Key players. Write thank-you notes, host an appreciation dinner or do something uniquely your own style to recognize the contributions of these special people.

Connect the Ks— Key Club is the largest high school service organization in the world and is a member of the Kiwanis family. Celebrate the entire family of Kiwanis by getting the whole gang involved. Connect with local Kiwanis, Circle K International, Builders, Kiwanis Kids or Aktion clubs and team up for a joint service project.

Bring a friend to Key Club— More members = more service. Increasing the amount of service Key Club performs increases the impact Key Club has on the world. Bring a friend, or two, or more to your next Key Club meeting.

Your way— This is your club’s chance to do its own thing and make its mark. Pick a project, plan a recruitment party or combine activities from the other Key Club Week days. Whatever idea you choose, take it and run with it.

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KEY CLUB

KICKOFF This past September and October, I’ve had the privilege of visiting some of the clubs within our division (one of my favorite part of my job.) It is so great to see how well your clubs are doing so far, and I know our division will be very successful not only in service, but also for the Eliminate Project. This year is going to be great!

So far, I’ve visited:  Aloha  Century  Glencoe  Sunset  Westview I still need to visit:  Beaverton  Forest Grove  Hillsboro  Southridge

Aloha High School 9/17/13 - first meeting of the year

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Century High School 9/25/13 - first meeting of the year

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Glencoe High School 9/25/13 - first meeting for returning members

Sunset High School 10/04/13 - first meeting of the school

Westview High School 10/02/13 - first meeting of the school year 15


Club Spotlight

For their fall fundraiser, GHS Key Club put together a class competition together as an incentive to raise as much donations and awareness as possible for the Eliminate Project. The fundraiser was featured in a pep assembly to raise school-wide awareness. In only three days of starting the fundraiser, GHS Key Club has raised over $200 for the Eliminate Project. The class competition will go on until the first week of November in hopes of raising $4,000 for the cause.

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Have you ever watched the Portland Macy’s Day Parade on Black Friday? Ever wondered who the people underneath the costumes were? Well if so, the people in those costumes are actually members of Century High School Key Club. The 59-or-so key clubbers that volunteer to make the event happen wake up VERY early and commute to Portland on the Max at around 6am or so. Not only are these members dedicated to entertaining the Portland-metro community, this parade also happens to be one of the club’s largest fundraisers, which raise over $1,500 so that Century Key Club can continue to function as a successful Key Club.

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DIVISION 65 DE This year, instead of having club T-shirts, the Division 65 Board decided to have EVERY Key Clubber from Division 65 wear the exact same design. That way, people will know WHO exactly division 65 is, and WHAT we do. Together, under one shirt, we can UNITE as a division and show off our pride for service. Design contest will go on until October 12th and voting will begin promptly after. If you have any designs, please email it to div65tshirtcontest@gmail.com!

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ESIGN CONTEST Please join the Division 65 FB Group and vote on your FAVORITE design! Happy Voting!

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SEPTEMBER DCM

“You know how we do, 365 days, we rock it out, D 65 way (HEY!)” repeat x3 20


The Divisional Council consisted of:     

New cheers Mockery Food Jolly Ranchers Laughter & Happiness

Divisional Council Meetings are meant to strengthen the bond between Key Club members from different schools and promote Division-wide unity and pride. It is a time to take a break and celebrate service with other Key Clubbers.

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OCTOBER DCM

INFORMATION When? Sunday, October 27

What Time? PCM - 1:00pm - 2:00pm DCM - 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Where? Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue North Operating Center - Community Room 20665 SW Blanton St. Aloha, OR 97007-1400 Why? Mix and mingle and get to know other people from our division. Fun games, good food, it’s bound to be a Sunday Fun-day.

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I highly encourage every Key Club in our division to form a team and actively participate in raising funds and jumping in the Polar Plunge this next February 8th. The Polar Plunge is a HUGE fundraiser for a really great cause that hits close to home for many of us who have family or friends with special needs, but not only that, this event is SUPER fun!

Last year, Glencoe Key Club chose the Polar Plunge for their Winter Fundraiser to raise funds for Special Olympics Oregon. The club raised over $1,000 for the cause through a series of bake sales and door to door fundraising in the span of two weeks. This year, GHS Key Club will be partnering up with the Buddy Club (engaging special needs students) and the Kindness Matters Club to raise funds for the Special Olympics, but also to Spread the Word to End the Word. Contact Mica Annis (GHS VP) for more info Email: mica.annis@gmail.com Cell: (503) 915 0226

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What events are YOU VOLUNTEERING At? Glencoe - Hilsboro Parks and Recreation All Comers 5K

Beaverton - Portland Night Strike

Century - Hillsboro Bike Path Pedestrian and Biker Counts

Westview - Campus Wide School Clean Up

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#ThrowbackThursday

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DIVISIONAL BOARD Aloha High School 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

Glencoe High School President: Leena Sihapanya - sihapanya.per1@gmail.com Vice Pres: Mica Annis - mica.annis@gmail.com Secretary: Jeremy Chu - jic186@gmail.com Treasurer: Mackay Oakey - Mackey.oakey@gmail.com Editor: Jessica Debord - jess@thesnakeriver.net

Beaverton High School Century High School 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 Historian: Nischal Mali - nishnish101@gmail.com

President: David Choe - david.minsub.choe@gmail.com Vice Pres: Tia DeHarpport - t.Deharpport@gmail.com Secretary: Elena Truong - elenatroung205@gmail.com Treasurer: Karen Nguyen - carrot159k@yahoo.com Editor: Josh Estes

Forest Grove High School 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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D CONTACT INFO Jesuit High School 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

Hillsboro High School 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

Sunset High School Southridge High School President: Katie Chanthakhoun - chntkn@live.com Vice Pres: Ik Hoon Jung - ih.j.321@gmail.com Secretary: Annie Cao - cheerycherry1@gmail.com Treasurer: Evelyn Park - evepark16@gmail.com Editor: Christine Nguyen - Christine.nguyen143@yahoo.com

Liberty High School President: Jamie Nguyen - jaynguyen5611@aol.com Vice Pres: Rohi Gheewala - rohigheewala@yahoo.com Secretary: Prowschal Mahato - Prowshchal@gmail.com Treasurer: Lauren Nguyen - lauren_nguyen@yahoo.com Editor: Shae Jasso - coyoteshae@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

Westview High School President: Allison Zhou - nosillazhou@gmail.com Vice Pres: Tasmia Ahmed - tasmia16@gmail.com Secretary: Katherine chung - kychung4650@gmail.com Treasurer: Cindy Chou - email.cindy.chou@gmail.com Editor: Carol Li - carolminli@gmail.com

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KEY CLUB BASICS PACIFIC NORTHWEST KEY CLUB CHEER

KEY CLUB PLEGDE

KEY CLUB MOTTO

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KEY CLUB STRUCTURE

MISSION STATEMENT

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Executive District Board Contact Info. DISTRICT GOVERNOR

CONVENTION CHAIR

TRANG TRAN

DENNY LIM

PNWGOV.TRANG@GMAIL.COM

DWHANLIM@GMAIL.COM

INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEE DISTRICT SECRETARY HAKIKAT BAINS

ROSHNI CHANDWANI ROSHNI.CHANDWANI.KC@GMAIL.COM

BAINS.HAKIKAT@GMAIL.COM DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR JOHN JAY DISTRICT TREASURER

JMJAY@COMCAST.NET

ERIC GREWAL EGREWAL1@GMAIL.COM

ASST. DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR TOM SAUNDERS

DISTRICT EDITOR

PNWTOMS@GMAIL.COM

SARA THOMAS

KIWANIS LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

SLTHOMAS01@GMAIL.COM

MEL ADAMS 1MELADAMS@GMAIL..COM

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

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Thanks for reading! Be sure to check out the NEW and IMPROVED divisional Tumblr for updates and recaps www.wesofly-sixtyfive.tumblr.com

Mark these dates! October 27th - October PCM/DCM October 31st - Trick-or-treat for UNICEF November 1st - Early Bird dues deadline November 5th - Secretary Reports Due November 10th - Presidents Report Due November 7th - ELIMINATE Night @ Burgerville 5pm—8pm December 1st - Regular dues deadline

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Division 65 || October 2013 Newsletter