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KEY CLUB 3636 WOODVIEW TRACE INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46268 USA 1-800-KIWANIS FAX 1-317-879-0204

Division 48 Coeur d’Alene, Lake City, Post Falls, Sandpoint, St. Maries, Wallace


KEY CLUB 3636 WOODVIEW TRACE INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46268 USA 1-800-KIWANIS FAX 1-317-879-0204

In this issue!

November Newsletter

Greeting ....................... 2 DCM…………………...3

Hello Key Clubbers, Advisors, Boardies, and Kiwanians! I hope you all had fun Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF! It is also past Key Club Week, so I hope that you had a wonderful turn out for the week and were successful with all of your themed days.

Eastside Rally ............... 4 Resources ..................... 5 YOF ................................ 5 Contact Info ................ 6

I want to stress the fact that I am here as the ultimate resource for you and your club. I can answer hopefully most of your questions, but if I don’t know the answer, then I will find someone who can answer it for you, and go through it with you, doing the best that I can! I am here to help, so don’t be afraid to ask me for anything! Please turn in dues ASAP!! They are due NOW! Enjoy the rest of your month!

Jaycee Rade Lieutenant Governor Division 48 Pacific Northwest District of Key Club International jaycee.ltg48@hotmail.com 208.691.7849 "Caring-Our way of life"

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NEW PNW WEBSITE!!! www.PNWKeyClub.weebly.com


Key Club Week Key Club Week is a time for your clubs to promote themselves to your schools and communities. Each day should be a different theme. Make this week your own! There are many ideas that would be wonderful! Hold a project, wear your Key Club shirt, attend a Kiwanis meeting, do a joint project, help your school janitor after school, etc. This should be a fun week!! Key Club Week has already passed for 2013, but be looking for it next year! It is the first full week of November.

Send me your stories! Email me pictures and stories of projects that you have done! I will feature them in the next newsletter!

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Club

Spotlights

Sandpoint—Cotton Candy Machine “We have raised over $600.00 for the ELIMINATE Project, a charity that is looking to eliminate the world of maternal and neonatal tetanus. Each vaccine costs $1.80, so with the amount we raised will save over 334 lives! We are super duper stoked about this feat.” Samantha Katana Sandpoint Key Club President

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Lake City inclusiveness “Lake City’s Key Club took part in an event called "Cardboard City". As a part of the event we slept outside in cardboard boxes, listened to testimonials from former homeless character people, ate food in a soup kitchen building fashion, and played games! It was chilly outside but the overall experience was very up lifting and our club had a blast! We will definently be joining them next year!” Andy Jakubek Lake City Key Club President

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St. Maries “We sponsored an Anti-Bullying campaign and on October 7th we wore our Blue Shirt Day tshirts and we will continue to wear them on the 7th day of every month until the end of the school year.” Kim Scheffelmaier St. Maries Key Club President

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Resources UPDATE

Available

Resources

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Lieutenant Governor and District Board International Trustee and Intl. Board Officer Planners/Guidebook Brand Guide Marketing Materials Key Solutions: On-line resources Resources Dropbox File

The Key Club website (www.keyclub.org) is such a great resource! Looking to spice up your club website or posters? Go to the Key Club website and visit the Brand Guide! It is full of various logos and graphics. Also, use the Resource Dropbox file given to you by your Lieutenant Governor. It has everything from Key Club 101, to the District Convention Awards list, to Icebreakers. Make things easier on yourself, and use the resources surrounding you! Happy helping!

Youth Opportunites Fund “The Youth Opportunities Fund (YOF) is an endowed fund for Key Club International held within the Kiwanis International Foundation. It uses interest, as well as a portion of your International dues payment, to help Key Clubs and Key Club members serve the world around them by providing them with grants to carry out worthwhile service projects and fundraisers”- Key Club International

Information about Applying for YOF grant at : www.keyclub.org/servic e/fund/yof/yofgrant.asp x

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Application due Oct. 15th

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Important Dates Dues Deadline: Dec 1st DCON: April 3-6th 2014 5th of every month: Secretary report due

Thank you for reading!!! I hope you all enjoy the rest of your short summers. Please do not ever hesitate to contact me regarding anything; I am here to help and I love it, so I will always do what I can for you!

Jaycee Rade Lieutenant Governor Division 48 Pacific Northwest District of Key Club International jaycee.ltg48@hotmail.com 208.691.7849 "Caring-Our way of life"

Important Contacts Trang Tran

District Governor

John Jay District Administrator jmjay@comcast.net Tom Saunders

pnwgov.trang@gmail.com

Assistant District Administrator

Hakikat Bains

pnwTomS@gmail.com

District Secretary

Social

Media

bains.hakikat@gmail.com

Jaycee Rade

Eric Grewal

Lieutenant Governor Div 48

District Treasurer ericgrewal1@gmail.com Sara Thomas District Bulletin Editor slthomas01@gmail.com

PACIFIC NORTHWEST DISTRICT

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KEY CLUB INTERNATIONAL NEW PNW WEBSITE!!!! Facebook: www.facebook. com/keyclubintnl Twitter: www.PNWKeyClub.weebly.co (@KeyClub)www.Twitter.co m m/keyclub

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jaycee.ltg48@hotmail.com Dan McCracken Area Administrator dan.mccracken@terragraphics.com


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