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KEY CLUB Official Newsletter | Division 26 | Pacific Northwest District | Key Club International | Issue 10

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Hey Key Clubbers! Thanks to all the members who came to the December and January DCMs! I hope you all enjoyed ice skating and listening to the speeches from our Lieutenant Governor candidates. The cover page for this newsletter includes a photo of our two wonderful candidates. On the next page, you will find some information about next year’s Lieutenant Governor. He will be leading our division after District Convention, so don’t hesitate to Facebook, email, text, or call him with any questions.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover Page...........................1 Letter from the LtG…..........2 Meet the New LtG…............3 DCM Recaps.......................4 Talent Show........................5 February DCM....................5 Eliminate Project……...........6 KCCP...................…....…. ....6 Project Educate....................7 District Convention.............8 January Birthdays.................9 Executive Board.................10 Kiwanis Info......................10 Rainbow Board.................11 ..

Our division is also hosting a talent show, so for more information, please look at page 5. Pre-Con and District Convention are also coming up, so please talk to your club officers if you are interested in attending! I hope to see you all soon! In Love and Service,

Jessica Lee PNW Division 26 Lieutenant Governor Key Club International In Love and Service, 206-375-8065

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” -Mahatma Gandhi

MEET THE NEW LTG PHILIP NOKEO WEST SEATTLE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2014 206-355-1984 “Hi guys! My name is Philip Nokeo and I’m a junior at West Seattle High School. I’m into cars, games, and food! I’m the type of person that likes to travel around the world and experience new things! When I grow up, I want to work for Apple or Microsoft to help develop phones or other electronic devices.” “I plan on strengthening the division by encouraging clubs to host events or socials that will keep members up to date and active in Key Club. For example, I will encourage clubs to have a potluck or go bowling as a whole. This will allow members to become comfortable and used to socializing with people from their own school, before attending an actual DCM. Another goal is to not only keep the division active and strong as a whole, but also active and strong in each school.”

Kelly (last year’s LtG), Philip, and me posing for a picture with some photobombers 



I hope everyone enjoyed ice skating at the December DCM! We had a record attendance of over 150 people and we raised over $750 for Project Educate! Santa made a special guest appearance as well ď Š Our February DCM will be very similar to the December DCM, so I hope to see you there!

Thank you to everyone who came out to support the Lieutenant Governor candidates at our January DCM! We also had a few special guests: Div. 34 LtG Trang Tran, Executive Assistant Zhakaysha Garrett, Div. 22/24 LtG Vy Nguyen, Div. 28 LtG Matt Wu, Div. 32 LtG Nguyen Huynh, Deputy Communications Director Wyatt Fisher, Incoming Div. 32 LtG Alan Yeh, past Div. 26 LtG Kelly Lock, and Industrial Seattle Kiwanis President Joel Ware.

UPCOMING EVENTS TALENT SHOW – HOSTED BY WEST SEATTLE Who: Anyone you know! Invite your friends, family, etc. What: An interdivisional talent show When: Friday, February 8 from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM (tentative) Where: West Seattle High School – 3000 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116 Why: To come together as a division and watch some amazing performances from Divisions 26, 28, 32, and 33. West Seattle KC will be selling food and drinks during intermission. Buy your ticket at and you will only have to pay $5 at the door! Tickets sold at the door will be $7. If you want to perform, please email me at

FEBRUARY DCM – HOSTED BY CHIEF SEALTH Who: Anyone with an interest in Key Club! What: Roller skating for our February DCM When: Saturday, February 16 (time is tentative) Where: Southgate Roller Rink – 9646 17th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98106 Why: To bond as a division and fundraise for Project Educate! Tickets will cost about $10 and 40% of the proceeds will benefit our District Project. If money is an issue, please let me know!

PRE-CON RALLY IN PORTLAND Who: Anyone with an interest in Key Club! What: Pre-Convention Rally to get pumped for DCON 2013! When: Saturday, January 19, 2013 from 3:30 PM – 8:00 PM. The rally will last from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Dinner is from 6:00 PM to 6:45 PM. The game starts at 7:00 PM. Where: Portland Rose Garden Arena Why: To meet Key Clubbers from all over the district and to watch a basketball game between the Portland Trailblazers and Milwaukee Bucks! Cost: $20 per person, which includes the ticket to the game and dinner. If you are interested in attending, please let me know! The registration deadline is January 14, 2013. RAINBOW BOARD QUESTION WHO IS NEXT YEAR’S DIVISION 26 LTG AND WHAT SCHOOL IS HE/SHE FROM? Go to page 11 for more info on the Rainbow Board!

ELIMINATE PROJECT & KCCP ELIMINATE PROJECT Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT). Neonatal tetanus kills one baby every nine minutes—nearly 60,000 newborn children every year. A significant number of women also die due to maternal tetanus. The effects of the disease are excruciating—tiny newborns suffer repeated, painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to light and touch. MNT is completely preventable it only costs $1.80 to protect mothers and pass on immunity to their children. MNT has also recently been eliminated in China, so keep on fundraising so we can eliminate MNT from the rest of the world! Watch this video for more info: cZsxza9nQ

KIWANIS CHILDREN’S CANCER PROGRAM The Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program (KCCP) was founded in 2010 by Past Governor Frank Morehouse of the PNW District of Kiwanis International. Past Governor Frank’s inspiration was a young cancer patient named Penny, who was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Penny eventually lost her battle with cancer and KCCP is dedicated to Penny’s memory. Each year, thousands of children are diagnosed with cancer and with the help of research, their chances of surviving have tripled. Finding a cure for children’s cancer will benefit cancer patients worldwide because although research of adult cancers does nothing to help cure children’s cancers, research of children’s cancers can help find a cure for adult cancers. The hospitals we support are: the Doernbecher Children’s hospital; the Seattle Children’s Hospital; and the British Columbia Children’s Hospital. Let me know if you have any questions!

PROJECT EDUCATE PROJECT EDUCATE Jamaica is known for its blue Caribbean beaches, its rich blue mountain coffee, Bob Marley, the fastest man in the world - Usain Bolt – and its food, but people often fail to recognize the hardships people face in this paradise. The 2012-2013 PNW District Project is Project Educate – our goal is to raise $30000 to send to three schools in Jamaica to provide library equipment, student assistance, and classroom materials to improve the quality of education.

HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT PROJECT EDUCATE? 1) Like the Facebook page at nwprojecteducate?fref=ts 2) Visit our blog at m 3) Buy a Project Educate shirt for $15 from your club president! 4) Buy a Project Educate wristband for $1 5) Write a letter to a student in Jamaica 6) Help fundraise money! Our divisional goal is $3000.

DISTRICT CONVENTION 2013 Who: Anyone who is an official Key Club member! What: A huge Key Club get-together with 1600 Key Clubbers filled with tons of spirit! When: March 22 – 24, 2013 Where: DoubleTree Hotel in SeaTac Why: To celebrate the end of the Key Club year and to elect next year’s District Board! Theme: Diving into Service Cost: $230, but your Kiwanis Club and Key Club will pay for up to $150 of that cost. Spirit gear will cost about $15 per person. QUESTIONS? Please ask your club president or me!

DCON 2013 PROMO VIDEOS: DCON updates on Twitter: @PNWDCON2013 FB event page: 65192/?fref=ts




Happy birthday! Thanks for a committed member!

Happy birthday! Thanks for being a great treasurer!

Happy birthday! Enjoy your special day 




Happy birthday! Thank you for being a great member!

Happy birthday! Thanks for being an active member!

Happy birthday! I hope to see you at future DCMs!




Happy birthday! Enjoy your special day 

Happy birthday! I hope to see you at future DCMs!

Happy birthday! Thanks for being a great president!




Happy birthday! Thanks for being a great secretary!

Happy birthday! I hope to see you at future DCMs!

Happy birthday! Enjoy your special day 



Happy birthday! Thanks for your commitment to KC!

Happy birthday! Enjoy your special day 

EXECUTIVE BOARD & KIWANIS INFO PNW EXECUTIVE BOARD GOVERNOR Giovanni Mckenzie 503-737-7934 SECRETARY Kelsie Hoppes 503-298-8980 TREASURER Kenneth Lam 206-852-2449 BULLETIN EDITOR Bassel Hamieh 503-421-6151 CONVENTION CHAIR Andy Nguyen 206-228-6218 DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR John Jay 206-369-0625 ASSISTANT DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR

Suzanne Endroedy 253-222-0515

KIWANIS CLUB OF SEATTLE First Tuesday of every month 12:00 PM Columbia Tower in Downtown Seattle 5th Avenue and Columbia St. Seattle, WA 98104 Contact email: Jessica Smith

KIWANIS CLUB OF INDUSTRIAL SEATTLE Every Tuesday 7:15 AM Salvation Army Rehabilitation Center 1420 4th Ave S Seattle, WA 98134 Contact email: Joel Ware

HIGHLINE KIWANIS CLUB Every Tuesday 6:30 PM Camp Schoenwald Memorial Park 16030 Sylvester Rd. Burien WA 98166 Contact email: Jim Dow

WEST SEATTLE KIWANIS CLUB 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 7 AM 2nd Wednesday at 12:00 PM Be’s Restaurant in the Junction 4509 California Avenue SW Seattle, WA 98116 Contact email: Shari Sewell

WHITE CENTER KIWANIS CLUB 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 12:30 PM White Center Pizza and Spaghetti House 10231 16th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98146 Contact email: Bill Tracy


April – December

December Newsletter

December DCM

January DCM

Club Emails

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 Attending DCMs – 10 points per returning member & 15 points per new member  Reading my newsletter – 5 points per member (see below for more info)  Secretary report filled out on time – 20 points  Weekly emails from the secretary – 20 points  Bulletins/newsletters from the editor – 20 points  Vice President report filled out on time – 20 points  Attending Kiwanis meetings – 10 points per member  All officers of a club attending a DCM – 25 points

Big schools are colored in blue in the chart while small schools are not. At the end of the year, the two schools with the most points will win a pizza/ice cream party! One winner will be a big school and another winner will be a smaller school. Try to get as many points as you can!

Text or call me at 206-375-8065, email me at, or Facebook message me with the answer to the question located somewhere in this newsletter if you want more Rainbow Board points! REMEMBER TO INCLUDE YOUR NAME AND SCHOOL.

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