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July 2018, Edition 11


KEY CLUB NEWS May 2018, Edition 11

Shredding Help Out 7/9 By Leigh, Kaiser

Image by Racquel: A key club member shredding papers.

By Bokyeong, Kaiser

At the Koko Head help out, the Kaiser Key Club went to Koko Head Elementary to help clean out office space and old student work. Our club worked on July 9, 2018 to sort through and shred old papers. We split into groups with one group shifting through binders and folders to find old workbooks, notebooks, and papers. The other group then shredded all of these papers. After finishing shredding, we took the bags of shredded paper, old workbooks, boxes, and other trash to the dumpster. A very busy event, we put a lot of work into taking paper out of binders and folders as well as putting each piece of paper through the shredder whilst making sure there were no pins or clips in the shredded paper.

Library Help Out 7/11

On July 11th, Key Club members and I participated in Kaiser Library help out where we helped the librarian clean up the books. After wiping out the books with a vacuum cleaner and paper towels, we also vacuumed the shelves and arranged all the books back to their original places. Although it required a lot of work, we were able to finish almost half of the shelves. We could also take breaks between work and eat snacks provided by the librarian. Overall, Image by Racquel: A key club member it was a good opportunity to benefit our cleaning a book with a vacuum cleaner. school community and reunite with Key Club members during summer.

Key Club Pledge: I pledge, on my honor, to uphold the Objects of Key Club International;

Hawaii Kai Golf Course Help Out 7/27 By Krystal, Kaiser

to build my home, school and community; to serve my nation and God; and combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.

PopQuiz! What is our monthly focus for July?

Image by Racquel: A Key club member interacting with a golfer.

On Friday, July 27th, a few Key Clubbers joined other students from our high school and volunteered at the Lunalilo Retirement Home fundraiser event at the Hawaii Kai Golf Course. We were all stationed at different roles and had different stations to man. Sakura and I worked with one other adult volunteer at the watermelon station. We had a lot of fun passing out the watermelon to hungry golfers and saving some for ourselves! It was fun to interact with the golfers and other volunteers, and I learned a lot from them. I hope to participate in more community events in the future.

Upcoming Events Event


New Student Orientation

Kaiser High school Cafeteria Niu valley near the library

Niu Valley 6th Grade Night




8:30amMon, August 6th 12:00pm

Kaiser High School Library

Thurs, August 9th


Sat, August 25th


Key Club Meetings :

Pop Quiz Answers : Go Outdoors

Tuesdays, 12:25pm @ Kaiser High School Room H303 (511 Lunalilo Home Road)

Key Club Website https://kaiserkeyclub.weebly. com/

Thank you for reading!

CARING – Our way of Life

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