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KEY CLUB Caring — our way of life Brooklyn Technical High School

Jim Chan, President Sandy Liang, Vice President Sisi Peng, Secretary

Issue 5, September 2011

Vivian Lu, Treasurer

Holy Cheong, Bulletin Editor Cora Man, Webmaster


Caring — our way of life Brooklyn Technical High School Updates: 

Please remember to fill out the MIS and attach your dues with it when you hand it in. Check out our website for deadlines! Sign up for events! The more events you attend, the higher your chance of being Key Clubber of the Month! Remember to do the fun and games for extra points. For even more points, write articles about the events you went to!

Table of Contents

Check us out!

Front Cover

1

Letter from the Bulletin Editor + Updates

3

September Events

4

Executive Board 2011-2012

8

Key Club Advisers + LTG

9

District and International News

10

OCTOBER EVENTS

12

KEY Clubber of the Month

13

K—FAMILY

14

FUN/GAMES

15

KEY CLUB CHEERS

16

CREDITS/QUESTIONS?

17

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Letter From Your Editor Dear Key Club Members, I hope everyone’s first month of school was successful! Let the freshman know about Key Club. Who we are, what we do, what they can get from joining, show them the beauty of Key Club and most importantly, have them know we do not make keys. The more members, the bigger our K-Family! Please have them join! As a reminder, first general meeting is Wednesday, September 28th, 2011 in the auditorium after 9th. There, we will be discussing what Key Club is and what we strive for. Also, we will be collecting your Membership Information Sheets with your dues! Please spread the word and attend! Even if there hasn’t been any events, still write me articles! What are your thoughts and feelings about Key Club? Send them to me! Please be appropriate and positive. In addition, solve my fun and games! They are an easy way to gain points if you don’t want to write articles. Even better, you can get double the points if you complete both! Send your articles and solved puzzles to holy@thetechkey.com. -Holy Cheong


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SEPTEMBER St. Rafael’s Festival September— September 17,2011 The St. Raphael's Festival was a great experience. The face painting, the dunk tank, and the Greek cuisine. The festival had so much going on. We helped out with the event; some of us ran the face painting station and others helped with the cleanup. I personally helped with the wrap up at the evening shift. Even though it was a lot of work moving tables, bringing appliances in and out of the building, I had a lot of fun. The organizers really appreciated our help and this made me realize what Key Club is all about—community! -Adriel Paderanga


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President Jim Chan and Key Clubber of the Summer, Richard Mui helping out at St. Rafael’s festival.


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September Divisional—September 27, 2011 Division 9 T-Shirt Design The deadline to submit designs for the Division 9 T-shirt has been extended to October 15, 2011. Our lieutenant governor Helen wants at least three designs from each school. Please be reminded the color decided was purple. The designs can be created in any way, either hand-drawn or computer generated. Have fun and lets represent Division 9! Send your designs to cora@thetechkey.com. The following must be incorporated onto the t-shirt design:             

Division 9 Abraham Lincoln Bishop Kearney Brooklyn Tech E.R. Murrow Fort Hamilton John Dewey Midwood New Utrecht Telecommunications NYDKC or Key Club BANG, the beaver (the Brooklyn name of our mascot) 2011-2012


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Brooklyn Tech Key Club members at September Divisional! First General Meeting— Wednesday, September 28, 2011 Thank you to everyone who attended our first general meeting! The first meeting was an absolute SUCCESS! In addition to informing prospective and past members about Key Club, we presented our 2011 Brooklyn Tech Key Club Promotional Video, produced and filmed by our Visual Media Committee! The link is provided below. Please check it out! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMy0gxrdpBw


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The Executive Board 2011-2012

PRESIDENT JIM CHAN

SECRETARY SISI PENG

EDITOR HOLY CHEONG

VICE PRESIDENT SANDY LIANG

TREASURER VIVIAN LU

WEDMASTER CORA MAN


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Our Kiwanis Committee Representative Mr. Gioia

Mrs. Neuringer , our Lieutenant Governor of Brooklyn Kiwanis from Mapleton Kiwanis

Mr. Neuringer of Mapleton Kiwanis

Brooklyn Tech Key Club Advisers

Phys Ed. Teacher, Mr. Weiss

AP Biology teacher, Mr. Morgan

Biology teacher, Ms. Baronowski


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DISTRICT NEWS Our Lieutenant Governor Helen Chen publishes newsletters as well, focusing on Division 9. In her newsletters, you will find information about the District Board, higher positions, and information about what the other Brooklyn Key Clubs in ―Division 9 are doing. Check out her newsletters and feel free to contact her if you have any questions! June http://issuu.com/DIVISION09/docs/_division_9__june_newsletter/1 July http://issuu.com/DIVISION09/docs/_division09__july_newsletter/1 September (NEW!) http://www.issuu.com/DIVISION09/docs _division_9__september_newsletter/5


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INTERNATIONAL NEWS GET READY FOR OCTOBER! UNICEF UNICEF, the only organization of the United Nations dedicated exclusively to children, works with other United Nations bodies, governments and nongovernmental organizations to assist in children’s needs through communitybased services in primary health care, basic education, and safe water and sanitation in more than 150 developing countries. UNICEF shares the Kiwanis family’s global commitment to children and has provided its extensive resources and leadership to assist in the Worldwide Service Project to virtually eliminate Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD) from the globe. How Key Club helps Since 1994, Key Club has been Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF. Created, inspired and powered by kids since 1950, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF has empowered generations to make lasting change in their global community. Over the years, Key Clubbers have raised nearly $5 million for iodine deficiency programs worldwide, HIV and AIDS programs in Kenya and Swaziland and most recently Operation Uruguay: Protecting the Rights of Children. This year, all funds raised by Key Clubs through Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF will go to The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TRICK OR TREATING FOR UNICEF: http://youth.unicefusa.org/trickortreat/


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OCTOBER ...upcoming events!

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (MSABC) Walk -This is the first project we will work with our Kiwanis Club (Adult Key Clubbers), Mapleton Kiwanis! We will be walking with them! Date: Sunday, October 16th, 2011 Location: 9th Street Bandshell Prospect Park, Brooklyn Gouverneur Hospital Entertainment Volunteers -Entertain the elderly and children with music, skits, etc. for the Flu Shot Campaign. Performances do not need to be related to flu shots! Date: Sunday, October 16th, 2011 Location: 60 Mott St New York, NY 10013


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KEY Clubber of the Month What does it mean to be “Key Clubber of the Month�? We give out this award each month to a particular key club member who has made the most impact on our club for that month. In order to get this award you have to attend events, and participate. We want to see someone who is actively helping and contributing to their community. But we also want to see someone who is representing Brooklyn Tech, and most importantly, key club. This member should be the role model for other members.

THIS COULD BE YOU!


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K—FAMILY

Key Club is not about getting points and getting credit. You get a family out of Key Club. The people who surround you at events, at meetings, they’re your K– Family. Join us! Together, we can make a difference.


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FUN AND GAMES Find: Bang Beaver Cora District Dues Holy International Jim Key Club Membership Sandy September Sisi Vivian

Print screen your word search answer and send it to holy@thetechkey.com If all Is correct, a reward of five points will be given. Please submit your answers before the next newsletter is published. The monthly newsletter will be published on the 13th of every month. Mark your calendars!


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KEY CLUB CHEERS Key Club Chant ―Hey Key Club, how do you feel?‖ We feel food! OH we feel so good! OH! *pelvic thrust* Brooklyn Tech Key Club Chant ―Hey Key Club, how do you feel?‖ We feel good! We feel maaaad good! AND WHAT?! Key Club 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 to combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.

District mascot: Beaver

Beaver Call/Chant Beaver one, beaver all, let's all do the beaver call! Beaver two, beaver three, let's all climb the beaver tree! Beaver four, beaver five, let's all do the beaver jive! Beaver six, beaver seven, let's all go to beaver heaven! Beaver eight, beaver nine, STOP! IT'S BEAVER TIME! Go Beaver! Go Beaver! Go Beaver!

District 9 Beaver’s name: BANG


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QUESTIONS?

From left to right: Holy Cheong, Cora Man, Jim Chan, Vivian Lu, Sisi Peng Absent from photo: Sandy Liang Feel free to contact the Executive Board! Jim Chan, President Sandy Liang, Vice President Sisi Peng, Secretary Vivian Lu, Treasurer

Holy Cheong, Bulletin Editor Cora Man, Webmaster

jim@thetechkey.com sandy@thetechkey.com sisi@thetechkey.com vivian@thetechkey.com holy@thetechkey.com cora@thetechkey.com

General E-mail: bths.kc@thetechkey.com Images E-mail: image@thetechkey.com Website: www.thetechkey.com

Photo credits: Larence Cherkasov, Jim Chan, Amy Tong

September Newsletters 2011 BTHSKC  

Brooklyn Tech Key Club's September Newsletter 2011 by editor Holy Cheong

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