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Volume VIX, Issue 3: August 2018

FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL // 6400 WHITELOCK PARKWAY, ELK GROVE, CA 95757 // DIVISION 7 SOUTH // REGION 16 // CALI-NEV-HA DISTRICT


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It’s crazy how summer flew by so fast and it’s almost time to start school again...but don’t worry, we still have a few weeks left! This year has a bunch in store for us so BEE productive, avoid procrastinating on getting those hours in for the requirement and get ahead of the year to do a few service events! See the calendar on the right to see some upcoming events. I truly can’t wait to get to know some of you guys during the new school year. I look forward to the upcoming months that will make this year legendary.

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SPOTLIGHT ON SERVICE

FRANKLIN KC BULLETIN EDITOR

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CALENDAR &

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PAST EVENTS

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12 INTERNATIONAL BOARD 13 DISTRICT GOALS 14 CLUB GOALS 15 CHIPOTLE FUNDRAISER 16

CONTACT PAGE

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Aloha Franklin Key Clubbers, I hope you all had a wonderful summer and are ready to start the new school year strong. We have a lot of events planned for this school year including Fall Rally, Grassroots, DCON and so much more. But most importantly, we have many volunteering opportunities for you guys! Make this a great year by volunteering and being involved in Key Club. We will see you at our first meeting of the year on Monday, August 20th! FRANKLIN KC PRESIDENT

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UPCOMING EVENTS 7/31-8/5: Western National Championships Scorekeeper 8/4: William Land Park Cleanup 8/18: Chipotle Fundraiser 8/25: Caring for Kids Run


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It was good. At first, it seemed like a lot of work but it was actually pretty easy since you got to work with your friends. - Isaiah Ou Volunteers help the Sacramento Tree Foundation by mulching park trees in South Sacramento and learning proper mulching techniques.


At our annual Region 16 Color Spla together to have fun in the summe pie-ing the LTG’s and our region a cards for soldiers, and of course th powder!

Color Splash was definitely amazin people and I felt that I was part o ing games or just hanging out. Eve couple of hours, Color Splash ope in the Key Club Universe and I am


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ng for me. I met so many new of a large family whether playen though it was only for a ened my eyes to a new world m happy to be a part of it.

Franklin High School received the Club of the Month award for the month of July. Thank you to all the members who continued to volunteer at service events and contributing at our Boba Tea House Fundraiser!


The Spotlight on Service Program promotes a monthly theme that falls in line with Key Club International and the CNH District’s Major Emphasis Children: Their Future, Our Focus. To live up to this statement, we must provide children with the education they need to ensure that kids all around the world have a great future awaiting them. During the month of August, we should remember to focus on increasing all children's access to education and improving its quality.

HOW? Get in contact with some local elementary schools and offer to tutor children K-6th with basic school subjects such as math or reading!

Organize a “Back-to-School” school supplies drive! You could have people donate pencils, pens, etc. or backpacks filled with these supplies and donate them to a local elementary school.

Service doesn’t exactly have to be geared towards children’s education, but can be for children’s future. The Caring For Kids Run & Walk raises money and awareness for xHope, an organization that focuses on “at-risk” youth, foster care and adoptive services within Elk Grove and the Greater Sacramento region, to provide needed resources, programs and support for children throughout our community and abroad. Sign up here to volunteer at this wonderful event.


As school is quickly approaching and time to start recruiting members during many schools’ annual club rush, I thought it was appropriate to interview some fellow Key Clubbers about why they joined Key Club and what they enjoy about being part of this club!


I joined key club in my freshman year because at club rush all the Immediate Past officers were talking and laughing together and telling everyone to join the club. As I walked up I saw rows of names so I thought to myself that it was a good way to make friends outside of classes. It was also way to get community service hours so it was a kill two birds with one stone type of situation. I BEEgan to meet different people I would have never normally meet in my own classes and also I got to bond with friends that I was not close with. Key club helped me open my friend circle and let me experience inclusiveness which was a big deal as I was a shy freshman. Also I completed my hours in time without much of a hassle compared to others who had to find their own events while I just looked on a forum and sign up. I was quite surprise at how so many people were so motivated and passionate for a club made up of students and they weren’t even paid for anything, they just choose to serve their community and I hope to give the same inspiration in the later years.


I joined key club in my freshmen year not having any idea what I was getting myself into other than gaining community service hours. after a few months after I began to enjoy serving my community while hanging out w friends at the same time. The thing that I enjoy most is having the chance to meet new people and I was most surprised by how many people were active and the amount of energy that radiates off of key clubbers in every event I go to.


Meet the new International board!

EMILY RICE—INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT

HANNAH NIVAR—INTERNATIONAL VICE PRESI-

International Board of Trustees • • • • • • • • • • •

Krysta Couzi, Rocky Mountain District Braedon Dorchester, New York District Alice Geng, Minnesota-Dakotas District Jennifer Harned, Southwest District Foster Hillis, Texas-Oklahoma District Grace Ison, Pennsylvania District Lamiya Kudrati, Florida District K’Lena Schnack, Nebraska-Iowa District Me’Shale Sherwood, Jamaica District Cindy Shou, Capital District Leslie Truong, Carolinas District


CNH DISTRICT GOALS The mission of the Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP) is to develop local projects to reduce the number of children who are killed or injured by trauma, ensuring all children live happy, healthy and safe lives.


CLUB GOALS (our progress) 400 HOURS/MONTH

RAISE $5000 OVERALL


Join us for our Chipotle Fundraiser on August 18th! Mark your calendars! 50% of the proceeds will go towards our club for club funds! All you have to do is mention to the cashier that you are there to support Franklin Key Club. BEE sure to bring some friends and family to support the cause and see you all there!


EMILY CHAU // PRESIDENT D07S.FRKC.PRES@GMAIL.COM

KATRINA DO // BULLETIN EDITOR KATRINADO.D7S@GMAIL.COM

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VI LE // VICE PRESIDENT VILE.D7S@GMAIL.COM

MICHELLE LI // PROJECT HEAD

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ANDREA LEE // SECRETARY ANDREALEE.D7S@GMAIL.COM

ISAIAH OU // PROJECT HEAD ISAIAHOU.D7S@GMAIL.COM

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CARMEN YU // TREASUREER CARMENYU.D7S@GMAIL.COM

SARA SHAO // MEMBER RECOGNITION HEAD SARASHAO.D7S@GMAIL.COM

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KATIE NGUYEN //

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TERESA VU // SCRAPBOOK

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MEMBER RELATIONS

RONALD ZHOU // RECYCLING

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MR. SHIMADA // KIWANIS ADVISOR GRASSHOPR@CITILINK.NET

MR. TO // FACULTY ADVISOR WTO@EGUSD.NET


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