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EDITOR Reports T.O.M Reports D.L.T Reports PRESIDENT Reports SECRETARY Reports TREASURER Reports
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LETTER FROM YOUR LTG THE LEAVES ARE FALLING! I’m so happy! The colder months are my most favorite. Did you jump in a pile of leaves today? Because I did! I’m so excited for all the rain and cold and (hopefully) snow that’ll come! Aside from weather, school has definitely kept me busy. I’m apart of my school’s marketing program as an event manager. Recently, I, alongside two other students (shout out to Kyra and Eshe from Aloha High School) planned Nike Portland XC. To the Key Clubbers I saw running, I just wanted to say you guys did awesome! I can barely run across the field, let alone to my car. You all were running miles and miles~ WHICH WAS TOTALLY AWESOME! Some events we have coming up is the October DCM this Friday. As a tradition, divisions 65 East and West will getting together for a Pumpkin Carving! The DCM will be at the Beaverton Activities Center (really big green building, hard to miss). At this event, we will go over the basic divisional events and updates, but we will also be introducing the upcoming Lt.G Candidates meeting and Bowl to Cure! Before I It will be on November 19th at 7:30PM. I will be driving up on the 18th after school. I would love to offer to drive some of you, but my car is currently full, but don’t let that stop you! If you are interested on attending Dance To Cure, please contact me as soon as possible. Hopefully, we can arrange something for you! Feel free to text, call, or PM me about it at any time! In Love and Service,
Lieutenant Governor of Division 65 East Pacific Northwest District | Key Club International
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DIVISIONAL BOARD JULIA DAYTON EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
Hello, turtles! I hope you all had a wonderful first month of school! The first month is a crucial part of every school year, and I'm glad to hear that you have already started your first Key Club meetings! The first month is a great time to get returning members back in the groove with a few service projects, as well as spread the word to new members! If your club needs help figuring out icebreakers, ways to attract new members, or anything else, please, do not hesitate to ask! I would be more than happy to give you any advice! Thank you, and have a fantastic month!
Hey Turtles! I hope your homework load isn't too heavy yet. Club Rush has passed successfully, and it's great to see Key Club so spirited and welcoming to new members even at the beginning of the school year. Thanks to all who contributed to this important event, helping draw in volunteers and introducing them to this wonderful community. It’s a fantastic way to start oﬀ another year of service. Very recently was the BEF Phone a thon, which was a huge fundraiser for the clubs that were able to attend. Although a big commitment of five nights of calling and asking for donations, it paid oﬀ in the amount that the participating clubs were able to obtain from the Beaverton Education Foundation. In the future, I hope to see more opportunities for fundraising towards our district project, KCCP, in addition to the amazing on going eﬀort for club budgets!
ROSIE NGUYEN FUNDRAISING CHAIR
DIVISIONAL BOARD MARK HUYNH Greetings Keyclubbers, As of now, Key Club has been initiated at many of the schools of our division, and I'm proud to introduce all of you to yet another season of service! As with many clubs, rooms tend to become overpopulated with all of the past members plus incoming freshman, so props to all you board members for starting oﬀ the year strong. This is a critical time of year, where freshman are deciding which club is the best for them and are deciding upon which clubs to stick with and which ones to drop. So emphasize the awesomeness of this club! As past members you all know what it's like at DCON, DCMS and all that good stuﬀ, so be sure to enlighten our little freshmen! We want as many of them as we can to fill our shoes when we leave. Good luck :)
SANRITA UNG SPIRIT COORDINATOR
Hello turtles! I hope you guys had a great first month in school and that you aren't drowning in homework like I am! Since school started, I'm getting a huge load of homework and it's getting really stressful but I know I can still be organized and make sure things in our division are okay! Lately, I have been trying to contact Mountain View Middle School so that we could charter a Builders Club. I think this would be a great way for younger students to get the chance to see what key club is like since it is a life changing experience :) I'm honestly just really excited for DCON and I really want us turtles to bring as much people as we can so we could win that spirit stick! I hope you guys are doing well. Good luck with school!
Hey turtles! Hope you all have survived your first month of school because we only got 9 more months left till summer 2017, we got this! Since it's October is around the corner, it means that club rush is going to happen soon! My goal for my home club is to help with other oﬃcers to advertise and persuade students, especially targeting lower classmen to join key club! My other goals are to take pictures of service whenever I volunteer at an event, October DCM, and the divisional service project as well. I'm really looking forward for next month especially with the divisional service project that we will be doing! I wish you all the best of luck with your school and your classes! My mind was still in summer mode for 3 weeks of school, and I think it's set on school mode, hopefully..! Anyways, keep it up turtles!
KRISTEN CORPUZ HISTORIAN
Division Wide Door – To – Door with KCCP
Editor, DLT, Reports Due. T.O.Ms Due
President, Secretary, Treasurer Reports Due
November DCM: Blanket & Doll Making
NOV 19 Seattle Dance to Cure
October DCM: Pumpkin Carving with 65 West!
DIVISION 65 EAST
TURTLE SQUAD SCHOOLS
ALOHA BEAVERTON CHIP MASCOT: SOUTHRIDGE THE TURTLE SUNSET WESTVIEW COLOR:
PNW Division 65 East Key Club @pnwd65east @pnwd65east @pnwd65east
MEMBER OF THE MONTH: “Vinny has been a stellar member of Southridge Key Club since she joined last year, and we've been so glad to have her return early this year to help out before Club Fair! Vinny is often balancing sports and school, but always finds time to volunteer with Key Club.” - Julia Dayton, SrHs VP VIENYEN HOPHAM SOUTHRIDGE HS
MEMBER OF THE MONTH: Sanil always manages to be the first one to turn in his secretary reports! His reports are descriptive and it is evident that he takes his time doing them! He’s a hard worker and is always willing to serve his home, school, and community! - Kaye DelaChica, 65 E LtG SANIL HATTANGADI SUNSET SECRETARY
TURTLES OF THE MONTH 9
65 EAST & WEST PUMPKIN CARVING OCTOBER 14th | 3:00PM â€“ 6:00PM BEAVERTON ACTIVITIES CENTER: LARGE ROOM ***PLEASE BRING A PUMPKIN IN GROUPS OF 1-4***
65 EAST T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST CALLING ALL KEY CLUBBERS
Example from last year
Do you have what it takes to design this year’s 65 East t-shirt? Each club is required to enter a design! This design is open to anyone and EVERYONE! The winner of this design contest will be receiving a FREE shirt!
REQUIREMENTS - 2-3 Colors - ONE OF THOSE COLORS MUST BE GREEN
- Division 65 East - Pacific Northwest/PNW - All 5 Clubs in Alphabetical Order - Aloha, Beaverton, Southridge, Sunset, Westview
- Turtle/Turtle Shell - Preferably Chip. Message me for Graphics.
- Key Club Logo
SUBMIT BY OCTOBER 31
Websites for Shirts Customink.com Vistaprint.com Ooshirts.com Thegraphicedge.com
Email designs to email@example.com
VOTING WILL BE DONE VIA INSTAGRAM, TWITTER & FACEBOOK 11
LT. GOVERNOR of DIVISION 65 EAST
Lieutenant Governor an Overview ROLE DESCRIPTION A Lieutenant Governor oversees and directs the ac2vi2es within their division and serves as a resources for the members and oﬃcers.
REQUIREMENTS: -‐ -‐ -‐ -‐
Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior in High School Willingness to serve your home, school, and community Able to aDend DCON Be a dedicated key clubber :D !
Lt.G Candidates Meeting
November 12th, 12:30PM Beaverton Community Center, Vose Room If you are interested in running or looking for more information, feel free to attend. If you are wanting to run, this is MANDATORY. If you are unable to attend, please contact Kaye DelaChica asap.
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S S E U G
! S I T I E M I T T WHA ITS DUES SEASON!
WHY PAY FOR DUES
As a member, your dues provide you with Tuesday, September 6 the opportunity to fundraise for projects EARLY BIRD DUE and work with global organizations. The Tuesday, November 1 benefits don’t stop there, you and your club immediately receive district support ranging FINAL DEADLINE from the help of your Lieutenant Governor Thursday, December 1 and District Executive Oﬃcers to the aid of the adult Kiwanians who support us in every endeavor. No other groups are on the same level as Key Club in the opportunities they provide and support they grant to you in your work to serve your home, school, and communities!
DUES – MORE INFO
- Each club’s dues will range. Please check with your club treasurer’s to see how much it will be AHS Ira Mae Nicolas
BHS Militzia Gomez
SrHs Justin Lim
SHS Jessica Yoon
WHS Rosie Nguyen
- Early bird dues are due November 1st! - If our division turns in dues early, then we get NICE seating at DCON! - Questions? Feel free to contact Bryan Lee, District Treasurer, at email@example.com!
STAYING KEY-NNECTED In the midst of serene nature and fluctuating weather conditions lies the great PACIFIC NORTHWEST DISTRICT (PNW). 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. The PNW encompasses nearly 1.8 MILLION SQUARE MILES and includes over 300 CLUBS that operate under 45 DIVISIONS. 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! Stay Key-nnected with the PNW UPDATES!
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Get to know our Kiwanis partners. VISION PARTNERS Landscape Structures Inc. has been creating innovative playground equipment since 1971. Think of the impact your club could have in your community by constructing a playground as a signature project. Ask your members if giving children a place to play is the right project for your club. See Kiwanis playgrounds and find a local representative at playlsi.com. Nickelodeonâ€™s The Big Help campaign puts kids into action to do something about issues communities face. Kiwanis clubs are encouraged to work with their SLPs on projects like Worldwide Day of Playâ€”when the network goes black and kids are encouraged to head outdoors and help their community. Learn what your club can do to engage at nick.com/thebighelp. The U.S. Army partnership is based on a foundation of shared values. Engaging in local opportunities, U.S. Army personnel connect with Kiwanis family members and provide access to local battalion support and resources. Contact your local battalion to invite soldiers to speak at a club meeting, take part in service projects and become Kiwanis members. goarmy.com.
KEY CLUB CO-SPONSOR Rustic Pathways has more than 30 years of experience leading exceptional international education and service programs. High school students broaden their global perspective while performing meaningful service projects around the world. Learn more about the incredible trips offered by inviting a local representative to speak at a club meeting or district convention. Find your local connection at Rusticpathways.com.
PROMOTIONAL PARTNERS Scholastic Books partners with the Kiwanis Family to promote literacy outreach programs. Discuss with your club members how a reading oasis for your local school can be woven into your signature service projects and discover the wide array of literacy programs at kiwanisone.org/read. Up with People is a global education organization focused on bringing the world together through service and music. Kiwanis clubs can engage with Up with People by coordinating service projects, hosting the cast in their homes and sponsoring performances as fundraisers. Find out when Up with People will be in your area at upwithpeople.org.
COMMUNITY PARTNERS Sister Cities International serves as the national membership organization for individual sister cities, states and countries across the U.S. This partnership gives Kiwanians access to more than 2,100 international partnerships, member rates on events and exchange opportunities. Think about how your club can increase local education, arts and cultural impact through a Sister City collaboration. Contact your local Sister City Program through the city search on sister-cities.org. JCI is a nonprofit organization of young active citizens, ages 18 to 40, who are engaged and committed to making an impact in their communities. Kiwanians can partner with JCI members on joint community projects to increase local impact. Find your local JCI chapter or contact your state office to inquire about ways to connect and collaborate. kiwanis.org/findjci
CAUSE PARTNERS IHOP. Your club members can support National Pancake Day by serving as ambassadors to encourage restaurant patrons to support Children’s Miracle Network hospitals. Beginning in each January, watch for information from Kiwanis International about registering to volunteer on National Pancake Day.
PREFERRED CHARITIES Kiwanis International partners with Boys & Girls Clubs of America with a focus on mentoring tomorrow’s leaders. Invite their staff to a club meeting and begin building an impactful relationship. Find your local Boys & Girls Club at bgca.org. Kiwanis International partners with Boy Scouts of America to ensure boys, young men and women grow in character, citizenship, responsibility and leadership to achieve their greatest potential. Your club can sponsor a local troop and support its projects. Find your troop at scouting.org. Kiwanis family members participate with Children’s Miracle Network by sponsoring fundraising events and conducting service projects at their local children’s hospitals. Get involved by contacting your local CMN hospital and invite a representative to a club meeting to share ideas and create a partnership. Find your hospital at childrensmiraclenetwork.org. Kiwanis family members partner with March of Dimes by raising thousands of dollars annually to give every baby a healthy start. To find out how you can help support local events, such as March for Babies and Prematurity Awareness Month, contact marchofdimes.com. Kiwanis family members joined forces with UNICEF to virtually eliminate iodine deficiency disorders. Today we collaborate on The Eliminate Project, raising US$110 million to help eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus from the planet. Continue to stay up to date on this campaign at theeliminateproject.org.
Hillsboro Kiwanis Meetings
Coyote’s Bar & Grill– Tuesdays 5:45PM
Hillsboro Kiwanis will be holding a monthly meeting on projects and occurrences within their club!
Cedar Hills Kiwanis Meetings
Golden Crown Restaurant – Thursdays 11:30AM-1:15PM
Cedar Hills Kiwanis will be having their monthly meeting providing updates on projects and local events!
KEY CLUB WEEK [November 7 – November 11]
MONDAY: Spread the word by wearing Key Club gear and publicizing Key Club Week in local stores, your school Web site, community newspapers—even on the school announcements. TUESDAY: Personally thank all the Key Club supporters you know—teachers, advisors and other Key players. Write thank-you notes, host an appreciation dinner do something to recognize the contributions of these special people. WEDNESDAY: Take time to focus on service projects that help support our preferred charities (UNICEF, March of Dimes and CMN) such as making non-slip socks or capes for your local CMN hospital.
THURSDAY: Spread happiness throughout your school by doing little random acts of kindness such as leaving cards with inspirational messages on every students locker or just simply holding the door for someone else. FRIDAY: 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.
Each month, Division 65 East editors will be creating pages for the divisional newsletter where they will share what's poppin in their clubs. This month, they will tell us a little about their club goals!
L O O H C S H G I H ALOHA FIRST MEETING We didn’t take any photos at the meeting, but it was definitely one that we will all remember. We had many new faces show up; many of it being underclassmen. Our divisional LtG came and did a presentation on Key Club 101. She helped present information about DCON and Key Club outside of a club. Things we did at the meeting: - Guest Division Attendees - Key Club Jeopardy - Almost 50 students - Lt.G presentation - Learned about Key Club at an International Level - Ice Breakers
BEAVERTON HIGH SCHOOL
first meeting October 6th @ 2:45 pm We will be explaining what Key Club is & how to become a member! We’re also going to discuss upcoming volunteer opportunities, membership fees, and Kiwanis. We’ll tell members about October 22: THPRD will be needing volunteers for its Cedar Hills Fall Festival!
Westview Key Clubâ€™s First Meeting Recap We started the meeting off with our super hyped Key Club chant to bring the energy into the room. Each of the board members had the chance to introduce themselves to the returned and new key clubbers. We explained the principles and friendly rules and told them about our latest projects, closing up with our chant! 31
President Report (+5 pts)
Secretary Report (+5 pts)
Treasurer Report (+4 pts)
Editor Report (+3 pts)
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Newsletter Response (+2 pts)
Spirit! (+1-10 pts)
Other (Rallies, kfam, etc.)
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PRESIDENT: Kaylee Rutherford & Eshe Foreshow (see below) VICE PRESIDENT: Kyra DelaChica | kyra.delachica@gmail VICE PRESIDENT: Christina Nguyen | christinanguyen SECRETARY: Kaylee Rutherford |email@example.com TREASURER: Ira Mae Nicolas |firstname.lastname@example.org Editor: Eshe Foreshaw |email@example.com
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