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Green Valley High School’s Official Key Club Newsletter


Table of 4-5

Message from Bulletin Editor

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Root Beer Float Sales

10-13

Blaine Thompson Memorial Walk

14-17

Conclave

18-19

Agenda Contact Information President’s Message

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Contents More Information!

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Message From Mission statement | Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to pro- vide service, build character and develop leadership. Vision | We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide. Core values | The core values of Key Club International are leadership, character building, caring, and inclusiveness. Pledge | 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. Motto | Caring– Our Way of Life

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Bulletin Editor Hi Gators, This month was full of various opportunities for our club. From helping out with school functions and fundraisers to attending Conclave, we have expanded our horizons. I hope this is just the start of expanding to new services events and we continue to move forward as a Key Club. I also hope that the next term strives for something better than what we have already achieved. Sincerely, Nick Phillips Bulletin Editor

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Root Beer Float Sales 610


January 23-27, 2017 10

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Root Beer

“The Root Beer Float stand for the Blaine Thompson Memorial was so much fun! We had to learn our "system" to make ourselves as efficient as possible, and by the last day we were moving so fast. I brought in my own ice cream scoop so we could move faster and make less of a mess lol! Overall it was amazing and a great team building experience between all of us! We kept selling out of ice cream before lunch would even be over, so I would say it was an overall success!" Brooklyn Darmody,11 8


Float Sales

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Blaine Thompson Memorial Walk 10 10


January 28, 2017 10

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Blaine Thompson “January 28th, the community came together to remember Coach, Teacher, and friend, Blaine Thompson. A memorial walk was held on the Green Valley track. Participants paid 5 $ at entry and all proceeds went to a scholarship fund. Participants walked the mile with many smiles.� Amber Stringari, 12 "This was the third annual Blaine Thompson Memorial Walk that Green Valley High School has hosted. Green Valley Key Club was fortunate enough to help at this event. We had nine members attend this event. Our members helped in various ways. We had two members run the ticket booth and entry fee, while the other eight sold merchandise. All the funds raised from this event, will go to the Blaine Thompson Memorial Scholarship, which Green Valley High School funds through this walk and other fundraising events, like Key Club's beer float sales." - Nick Phillips, 12 12


Memorial Walk

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Conclave 14 10


February 4, 2017 10

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Con “This was my first conclave since being in key club! I loved the experience, seeing all the candidates and seeing everyone from around the region. It as very exciting, especially finding out that the new mascot for Division 28 West was The Moons! I hope I go to conclave again next year!” -Jennele Nguyen, 10 “This was my very first conclave since becoming a member in Key Club, and it was a fun, exciting experience. Jasmine, our LTG, set up some fun icebreakers for us to play and I made some new friends with them and also found out, Jenny is my “soulmate”. We also voted on our new Division 28 East (yes, East) LTG and found out the new Division 28 West mascot was The Moons! Conclave was an exciting event and I can’t wait for next year!” -Hector Ballez, 10

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clave

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AGENDA: February 2017

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February 2017

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CONTACT INF 2016-2017 Officers

Mackienzy Kahl, President gvkc.president@gmail.com

James Cruz, Vice President gvkc.vp@gmail.com

Hector Ballez, Vice President gvkc.vp2@gmail.com

Thao Huynh, Secretary gvkc.vp@gmail.com

Philipp Penalber, Treasurer gvkc.treasury@gmail.com

Nick Phillips, Bulletin Editor gvkc.editor@gmail.com

Jennele Nguyen, Historian/SAA gvkc.saa@gmail.com

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ORMATION Club Advisors & Contact Info Mrs. Hanna Santee, Faculty Advisor HLsantee@ccsd.interact.net Mr. James Misch, Faculty Advisor jmisch@ccsd.interact.net Mr. George Hedges, Kiwanis Advisor grhssh@cox.net

Key Club International Cali-Nev-Ha District HQ 8360 Red Oak Street #201 Rancho Cucamonga, CA Key Club International HQ 3636 Woodview Trace Indianapolis, In 46268

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President’ "This month our officers and members exemplified what it truly means to be a key clubber. From all of their amazing personality and character, to their outstanding will to serve they have all done fantastic jobs. With upcoming events such as Dance Marathon, Relay for Life, and DCON I hope to see the same enthusiasm. Keep making me proud!!" -Mackienzy Kahl, President

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s Message

Remind 101 For more GV Key Club information/reminders, Text @gvkc to 81010

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Thanks For Reading! GREEN VALLEY HS KEY CLUB

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