Division l March News l Key International Division28 28 Newsletter l PNW I Key ClubClub l March Edition
Greetings from Your Lieutenant Governor
Dear Division 28, The Key Club Year is coming to an end, and it is so hard to believe that District Convention is less than a month away. You guys are truly inspirational, and all of your service around the community in the last year has touched the lives of so many. Keep up the amazing work D28, and remember that ever single minute you spend serving the community is changing the world around you in such a positive light. I am so honored that I got to serve as your Lieutenant Governor for the past year, and as I leave the position I want to express how much I have enjoyed, and loved being LTG of the best and most spectacular Division in the Pacific Northwest, and in all of Key Club. Remember to always keep service in your heart, and no matter what is going on in life, if you are serving, you can always find love. Remember that in hard times, you always have your Key Club family to lean back on, and depend on. Remember that the things you have done in Key Club, and the people’s lives you have touched along the way will never be forgotten. I hope to see many of you at DCON, and remember to always stay classy Division 28. In Love in Service,
Lisa Antonio Division 28 Lieutenant Governor
Page 1…..Cover Page 2…..Greetings from your LTG. Page 3…..Greetings from your new LTG. Page 4….. ICON Update Page 5…..March DCM/DCON Update Page 6…....The Eliminate Project Page 7…..Apply For A Divisional Position Page 8-9….Key Leader Page 10…..Spring Service Ideas Page 11…..Member of the Month Page 12…..Key Dates and Contacts Page 13…Welcome the new Board
Greetings from Your Newly Elected Lieutenant Governor
Home Club: Interlake High School
Favorite Musician: Aliee
Favorite Food: Oranges
Favorite Drink: Apple Juice
Spirit Animal: Arctic Fox
Favorite Ice Cream Flavor: Vanilla
Hey Division 28! My name is Jenna Liang, and I'm your incoming Lieutenant Governor! I'm super excited to be able to meet all the new officers and members during my 2014-2015 term. Throughout my term, if anyone needs any help regarding increasing club membership attendance, fun service events or anything your club needs, I am more than happy to assist you! Just feel free to message me and ask, I will definitely get back to you and provide you with the resources you need. If I haven't talked to you yet, be sure to say hi to me at the DCON prep meetings this month and/or at DCON! Oh and don't be shy! I'm definitely looking forward to working with everyone so make Division 28 the biggest and baddest division in the Pacific Northwest! In Love and Service,
Jenna Liang Division 28 Lieutenant Governor Elect
INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION UPDATE Why Go?
Price: $895 Place: Anaheim California
Dates: June 30th-July 6th
International convention is an amazing opportunity to see Key Clubbers not only from across the states, but around the world. You have the chance to bond with your District, vote on the IBoard, and see Key Club at a whole new level. More information will be out this April, but payments are usually due around mid may! Donâ€™t have money? Ask your local Kiwanis Club!
March DCMs What: The March Divisional Council Meeting will be all about preparing for District Convention! For all DCON attendees this DCM is MANDITORY, you must go to one of the two DCM’s listed. We will be learning chants, going over what will be happening at DCON, making divisional signs, decorating the spirit stick, making hug me signs, and handing out spirit gear.
DCM #1 Where: Gibson Hall (Issaquah) Date: Sunday March 23rd Time: 1:00-3:00PM DCM #2 Where: Newport High School (Bellevue) Date: Saturday March 29th Time: 1:00-3:00PM
DCON UPDATES! The Pacific Northwest’s District Convention is less than a month away! (April 4th-6th) Here are some updates and reminders: Dinner BOTH Friday and Saturday night are ON YOUR OWN, lunch on Saturday is ON YOUR OWN. Friday night at opening session is where we will be the most spirited and coolest division and claim the SPIRIT STICK! You must attend ONE of the March DCM’s this month if you are attending DCON. There will be merchandise and fundraisers so remember to bring cash! Your club should have had everything post marked by the 10 th! The meet and greet starts at 2pm Remember to always stay classy
This year’s District Project is….ELIMINATING MNT! What is MNT? In 30 countries around the world, maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) can quickly turn the joy of childbirth into tragedy. MNT kills one baby every nine minutes. Its effects are excruciating — tiny newborns suffer repeated, painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to light and touch. There is little hope of survival. And tetanus kills mothers too.
Can MNT be stopped? Yes! MNT is highly preventable. Just three doses of a 60-cent immunization protect mothers, who then pass on the immunity to their future babies. Together, Kiwanis and UNICEF can stop this disease.
Who suffers from MNT? MNT is caused when tetanus spores, found in soil everywhere, come into contact with open cuts during childbirth. The disease strikes the poorest of the poor, the geographically hard to reach and those without health care.
Why hasn't MNT been eliminated already? UNICEF has helped to successfully eliminate MNT in many countries. But in 30 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America, it still strikes babies and mothers who have little or no access to health care — either because they are poor, live in remote areas or are caught in humanitarian emergencies. More funds and resources are needed to reach all babies and mothers at risk.
APPLY FOR A DIVISIONAL POSITION
Division 28 Secretary Application Roles and duties of Secretary Officer: 1. Taking minutes and recording everything that happens at Divisional Council Meetings, and all other Divisional Events. 2. Taking Attendance at all Divisional Events. 3. Assisting Division 28s Secretaries with their monthly reports.
Division 28 Public Relations Application Roles and duties of Public Relationship Officer: 1. Promoting Divisional Events and District Events 2. Photographing every Division Council meeting, and Divisional events, along with events such as DCON and Seattle Rally. 3. Creating and end of the year video and scrapbook. 4. Posting all photos to the Divisional Facebook Page.
Dear Applicants, Thank you for your interest and dedication to Key Club and Division 28. Applying for a Divisional position is an amazing opportunity, and at the same time very rewarding! Through these positions you will be able to assist your Lieutenant Governor, and better the Division. Your main role is to attend all of the Divisional events so you can assist your Lieutenant Governor. These jobs are actually extremely important and needed in our Division, so if you are looking to help out the division these are the roles you should apply for. Once again thank you for applying for these positions. Once done filling out the application please send it to email@example.com. All Applications DUE March 30th and the position results will be announced on April 4th. In Love and Service,
Lisa Antonio Lieutenant Governor of Division 28
Applications can be found in the FILES section of the Division 28 PNW Key Club Facebook Page.
What is Key Leader? Key Leader is a weekend experiential leadership program for today's young leaders. This lifechanging event focuses on service leadership as the first, most meaningful leadership-development experience. Participants begin by attending a Key Leader conference, which is a weekend retreat. Large and small group workshops, discussions and team-building activities take place over the course of the weekend. Students have opportunities to learn leadership skills that will help them to change their schools, communities, and world for the better.
Personal Experience, Going to Key Leader you learn a lot about how to deal with people and situations that would happen in everyday life. You see the difference between people’s mindsets and learn how to use everyone’s strengths in a team to your advantage, and how to find someone’s strength. You get to meet a lot of new, amazing people who you can connect with. If you are thinking of running for a higher Key Club position defiantly think about attending this once in a life time event.
Lisa Marie Antonio
When/ Where is the next Key Leader? Hope BC, Canada April 11th-13th
Spring into Service, Spring Service Ideas
Get your friends together and go to the Issaquah Food Bank and help those in need in the community. Summer time is a great time to help the food bank because they are in need of volunteers. http://issaquahfoodbank.org 425.392.4123 phone
Become a Big Sister or Big Brother! Help mentor and impact the kids in your local community. Help kids who you can make connections with and help throughout their lives. https://www.bbbsps.org/NetCommu nity/ (206) 763-9060 - phone
Make cards for Childrenâ€™s hospital, then dress up and deliver them with your club. Try to have a theme! Example: Superheroes, Saint Patrickâ€™s Day, or Easter/Bunny/Spring themed.
Host a fundraiser for your favorite charity. Anything from a car was to garage sale to a movie night marathon!
Mountain to Sound Greenway Help the environment by being hands on in the community! Check out Mountain to Sounds Greenway and grab a few friends, and participate in their array of projects. http://mtsgreenway.org/
Help out at Eastside baby corner! Help sort and pick out the outfits for kids in need around the community. http://www.babycorner.org/
Division 28â€™s Member of the LORENZO GUEVARA!!! Month Lorenzo is not only a dedicated service member, but he also is president of his club. He is always willing to drive members out to service projects, and is always on top of his game when leading his club. Having served sense his freshman year he has countless hours of community service, and is always first to sign up at his clubs service events. He truly is an inspiration, and this is why he was a clear choice for the Member of the Month for March!
Home Club: Mercer Island Position: President Favorite Color: Magenta Favorite Person: Lisa Antonio Hobbies: Playing League Likes: Keys
Key Dates/Contacts Contacts: Division 28 LTG: Lisa Antonio firstname.lastname@example.org Division 28 Newly Elect LTG: Jenna Liang email@example.com Area Administrators: Becky and Stephanie Wilder firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com District Governor:
Key Dates: March - 1st March DCM, Sunday March 23rd, 1:00-3:00pm, Gibson Hall (Issaquah)
- 2nd March DCM, Saturday March 29th, 1:00-3:00pm, Newport High School (Bellevue)
Trang Tran Tranglynntran@gmail.com District Secretary: Hakikat Bains Bains.firstname.lastname@example.org District Treasurer: Eric Grewal email@example.com District Bulletin Editor: Sara Thomas Slthomas01@gmail.com District Administrator: John Jay Jmjay@comcast.net
April - Pacific Northwest District Convention, April 4th-6th, Downtown Seattle, the Sheraton
- Key Leader, Hope BC, Canada, April 11th-13th
Welcome the 2014-2015 District Board Officers! Please welcome the new District Board! It has been such a pleasure and honor to get to know the 2013-2014 board, and be a part of the board family. The board was full of the brightest, nicest, and most compassionate people I have ever met. I know that the following 2014-2015 board will be nothing less than spectacular. Being a part of the board is a huge responsibility, and I am sure that the incoming board will be amazing, and bring all of the Divisions in the Pacific Northwest District to new heights. If you see any of the newly elected Lieutenant Governors at DCON make sure to tell them congratulations! 2014-2015 DBoard Officers Division AYN: Hannah Dew Division AYS: Alex Culbert Division 9: Jasmair Bains Division 11/18 C: Pranav Arya Division 13/15/17: Patricia Xie Division 19/36: Stephen Lavoie Division 20i: Ria Bains Division 21: Selina Nguyen Division 22/24: Lillian Sam Division 26: Kevin Ngo Division 27: Josh Kim Division 28: Jenna Liang Division 30: Jaskirat Kaur Division 32: Morgan Lucena Division 33: Greg Park Division 34: Ayane Kawaai Division 35: Tyler Bosser Division 38: Georgette Lugalia Division 42OR: Marshall Ferre Division 42WA: Brad Thielen Division 44: Christina Chow Division 45: Jocylin Binkier Division 46: Autumn Solomon Division 48: Brandon Webb Division 50: Jayleen Leon Division 54: Bailey Duran Division 56: Patrick Old Division 58: Allyson Weaver Division 62: Tran Hoang Division 64: Dorothy Wang Division 65: Tasmia Ahmed Division 66: Brian Le Division 68: John Kendall Division 70: Jimin Lee Division 72: Rebecca Luh Division 74: Daisy Marshall Division 76: Andre DePlois Division 80: Karla Bedolla Division 82: Rochelle Banta
2013-2014 AYN: Jackie Fosen AYS: Tahna Lindquist 9: McKenzie Ervin 11/18C: Shirley Chou 13/15/17: Soobeen Park 19/36: Amy Liu 20i: Jackie DeJesus 21: Chester Pham 22/24: John Redfield 26: Philip Nokeo 27: Ashley Yoo 28: Lisa Antonio 30: Micah Athey 32: Alan Yeh 33: Edward Park 34: Tina Sok 35: Renee Loucks 38: Kevin Zhang 42WA: Caleena Philips 42OR: Brooke Reichert 44: Ernie Tao 45: Anthony Garcia 46: Autumn Solomon 48: Jaycee Rade 54: Alyssa Dyck 56: Aneesh Pappu 58: Kayla Grigg 62: Sarah Phan 64: Katie McAnnis 65: Christon Senekham 66: Emilee Huey 68: Leo Gomez 70: Daniel Barocio 74: Benjamin Scranage 82: Chiara Marzi