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CNH District Division 3 South Benjamin Franklin High School Volume II Issue IV — June 2013


Table of contents A Word from the President / Editor……………………2 Articles……………………………………….……...3 & 4 Officer of the month……………………….…………….5 Member of the month………………………….………..6 Important Dates – June……………………….………...7 Important Dates – July…………………….…………….8 D3S Banquet Pictures……………………..………9 & 10 Pictures………………………………….………………11 Board Contact Information………………………….…12

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A word from the Jade Archuleta Hello thunder pups! Hope you all are having a fun summer we will now be having fundraisers for service such as PTP (pediatric trauma prevention) and Eliminate project. We will be having more division and region events so bee ready! If you know anyone who would like to go or you would want to take to an event feel free to bring them. Our club officers would like to show how much we care with fundraisers where you the members get to make us do things. Any ideas, let us know!

Jenell Paraiso

Bulletin Editor

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President

Hello there thunder pups! I hope you are all enjoying your summer break! We just had our Division 3 South end of the year banquet a few days ago where we had amazing performances from many schools, awards for the clubs and individuals, open mic, and finally dancing at the end. That day was a very unforgettable night where we said our final farewells to the IP division board. We still have a pretty long summer break but it will be filled with many key club service and social events soon! So look forward to those and we will make sure to keep you guys updated! Also make sure to attend our on-going weekly events such as Braille on Tuesdays and the Kiwanis Meetings and Convalescent Home on Wednesdays! Enjoy the month of July!


Articles D3S Banquet “On June 27, I attended Division 3 South’s Moonlight Banquet at Sepan Banquet Hall in Glendale. This was my first key club banquet and it was a memorable experience. We started off the event with the performances. Being part of the first group to perform, I was pretty nervous but that anxious feeling slowly disappeared due to the smiles and cheers of the audience. After that, we watched the other performers show off their talents while food was being delivered to each table. It was so awesome to see what the others had prepared for the night and it made me feel like I was getting closer to my fellow key clubbers. After performances, Marion Barleta, our Immediate Past Lieutenant Governor, and the previous division board began to give out awards to the members, advisors and former officers for their outstanding accomplishments during their term. Following the awards were the speeches. The speeches were emotional but inspirational at the same time. These speeches showed how appreciative the members and officers were to the previous board and told us how much sacrifices the previous division board had to do to make sure that the members had a good time. As Marion said, “The progress is worth the sacrifice.” This event has taught me how I can be a better person and a greater leader.” —Mark Ingcoco

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Hey Key Clubbers! For the month of June, I recently attended our Division 3 South banquet, which took place at Sepan Banquet Hall in Glendale. I arrived early, just to practice early for our club performance. As time flew by, people began filling in a line to get in. Everyone took their seats and everyone was all welcomes by our own school's first performance which consisted of me, Jenell, Mark Ingcoco, Jade, Jeffrey Escano, Aljelen, Sandra, Sabrina, Dustin, Jenell, and Lui (from Marshall). Up next were Stem Academy and the divisional board's performances; they were all very entertaining, fun, and funny to watch! Afterwards, food was served, and many Key Clubbers, our IP LTG, and current LTG took the time to say love notes and express their feelings to everyone and how Key Club impacted their lives. Their words were very touching and loving, and left others feeling bittersweet. Awards were given to presidents, clubs, and members and a sweet presentation was shown dedicated to showing our divisional how it was to be an LTG and showing how much the divisional board and Region 7 LTG love our Region 7 adviser! After heartwarming words were shared, the music started and everyone danced the night away. I had a great time dancing with many people and really enjoyed hearing other's stories from their experiences in Key Club. — Winny Chen

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Officer of the month

Jade Archuleta

For the month of June, the officer of the month is our lovely Jade Archuleta! This officer has demonstrated great determination and love through her efforts and examples from keeping her club informed to allowing members to have a multitude of events that allow them to experience and learn new things every time they attend the events. This officer’s devotion to her club and to her members is amazing. Her hard work and nonstop drive to supply new memories and lifelong experiences to the wolves she loves. A perfect example of a Key Clubber and an outstanding officer who has spent countless hours working through many hardships and difficulties of keeping her club at peak condition for the month of June. Through her hard work and dedication, she has influenced many to follow her examples to become future leaders.

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Member of the month

Jeffrey Fernandez

For the month of June, the member of the month is our fellow wolf, Jeffrey Fernandez! This member has demonstrated great dedication and pride through his constant attendance to various events, such as Braille and many divisional events. A dedicated and knowledgeable Key Clubber, he is a one of the few active freshman from our club who has actually has a great understanding of the organization he is a part of and is proud of showing his Thunder Pup pride. Always asking questions and never afraid to go out of his comfort zone, this Key Clubber has shined from his peers and has the drive to accomplish so much more in the coming year.

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June East Side Community Festival

Convalescent Home

Lummis Day

Community Clean-Up

Kiwanis Meeting

Braille

Convalescent Home Kiwanis Meeting

Braille

Convalescent Home Senior BBQ

Braille

Convalescent Home

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D3S Banquet


July Kiwanis Meeting

Braille

Convalescent Home Kiwanis Meeting

Braille

Convalescent Home Kiwanis Meeting

Braille

Convalescent Home Kiwanis Meeting

Braille

Galco’s Soda Tasting

Convalescent Home Kiwanis Meeting

Braille

Convalescent Home

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Meals On Wheels


Division 3

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South Banquet

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Pictures

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Board Contact Information

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