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member of the month Name: Jessica Tiamzon Graduating Year: 2015 Favorite Colors: Purple & Light Blue Favorite Book: Harry Potter Series Favorite Movie: Up Favorite Song: Maroon 5 – Sunday Morning Favorite Food: Ice Cream Favorite Quote: “We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading keeps leading us down new paths.” Walt Disney Guilty Pleasures: Cheating at Dance Central by running in place, annoyingly screeching

editor’s blurb Happy summer everyone! I hope you all are having a good break from school, because I am! I’m in Paraguay volunteering for 6 weeks right now, so this newsletter will be made mostly by my board instead of solely by myself this time around since I don’t have electricity here, so please excuse anything that doesn’t seem consistent with the other issues. I chose to Rick-Roll the club for two reasons: 1) if I was ever going to pull a stunt like this, I would like to be out of the country when I did it. 2) I had a small conversation with past president Vincent Babasa who suggested this song as the June newsletter theme. No matter if you decide to end your Kiwanis experience after Key Club or plan to continue community service with the Kiwanis family forever, Key Club has no doubt given you some precious memories during your high school career. Thus, Rick Astley’s song is not completely irrelevant; you’re “never gonna say goodbye” to the friends and memories made in Key Club, and that is true for everyone. I thought this was fitting for June as the seniors graduate, but this theme is also applicable to underclassmen. I hope you all will never give Key Club up, and I hope to see you in the fall! Jenny Zhang

table of contents  letter from the president  june events review  upcoming july events  fundraising  contact info

letter from the president Hey there LHS Key Clubbers! :D We’re finally done with school! Yes! We can finally party hardcore and celebrate that school is out. We can finally bask in the sun and hang with friends. We can finally stay up late without having to worry about waking up early for school the next day. I don’t know what all of you have been doing lately, but I’ve been spending the last few weeks serving the community through good ol’ volunteer work. I’m glad that I’ve seen quite a few LHS Key Clubbers at the volunteer events. There are many more opportunities for you guys to earn a bunch of hours so be on the look out for events. We are meeting in the summer so I hope to see more of your faces at our July and August meetings! Again, feel free to contact us through social networks such as Facebook or Twitter, send an e-mail, or straight up call or text. We love hearing from you! :) Stay cool and hydrated! Enjoy the awesome weather and the bright sunshine! But try not to stay out in the sun for too long or you might find yourself having to sport a new skin tone. LOL Don’t party too hard and make decisions you’ll later regret. But most importantly, have fun serving! :D Yours always in Caring, Love, Friendship, and Service Morgan Lucena 2013-2014 LHS Key Club President

june events review BY JUSTIN DANAO We had a ton of fun events for this month of June! On June 1st, we had the Stop and Swap event at the Renton Memorial Stadium. We helped move around used electronics and other goods that citizens from around the area dropped off. We also surveyed people about how the event was going. The next volunteer opportunity we had been on June 8th, the Henry Moses Aquatic Center event. At Henry Moses, we wiped the lockers clean, which were full of spiders, and bleached the darkened seats. On the same day, we had the Lindbergh High School Key Club Installation Banquet at The Old Spaghetti Factory. At the banquet, Morgan, Lisa, Jessica, Jenny, and I were officially installed as the 2013-2014 Executive Board of the Lindbergh High School Key Club and the 2012-2013 Executive Board retired. On June 19th, we had the Division 32 Installation/Awards Banquet, which also counted as the June DCM, held at The Old Spaghetti Factory. Many of our 2012-2013 Executive Board members received awards, as well as our advisors Mr. Mahna and Mrs. Tan, and our Kiwanis advisor, Sue Owens. On June 25th, we had our first Renton Farmers Market event at the Piazza in Downtown Renton. At this event we unloaded everything the farmers were selling and loaded everything that wasn’t sold back into their trucks. We also set up and took down the tents and booths the farmers used to sell their goods. You don’t want to miss out on any awesome events like these, so be sure to check out the upcoming events and attend as many as you can!

upcoming july events BY LISA LAI The July Key Club Meeting is right around the corner! Please bring your friends to attend the meeting! Everybody is welcome, even those who are not pert of our Key Club yet. We want people to come and learn more about our club! Where: The Fairwood Library (17009 140th Ave SE, Renton, WA 98058) When: July 5th, Friday 12pm – 1 pm The Renton Farmers Market will occur every Tuesday for the rest of the summer, so come help out! As volunteers, we help set up tents and help venders unload packages from their truck. Lunch is provided, and be prepared for a lot of weight lifting. Permission slips are required for those under 18. Where: The Piazza in Downtown Renton (233 Burnett Avenue South) When: July 16, 23, and 30th, Tuesday 10am – 8:30pm Come help out at the Renton River Days, where we get to set up tents and help with behind the scene jobs. There will be three shifts and there is only four people maximum per shift, so sign up quickly! Permission slips are required for those under 18. Where: Liberty Park (1101 Bronson Way N.) When: July 26th, Friday 10am – 8pm 3 shifts: 11am – 2pm, 2pm – 5pm, 5pm – 8pm

fundraising BY JESSICA TIAMZON Hey guys! It's summer vacation so you must be spending your money with friends, but remember to save your change for the Eliminate Project. We will start our Happy Sad Coins again at the start of the school year in September. We will also meet in the summer so remember to bring your change at the July and August meetings! During the month of June, our biggest fundraiser was the Senior BBQ. We made a profit of over $200 selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts. Thanks for all of the support! And remember to save up!

contact us Morgan Lucena: (425) 306-9313 Justin Danao: (425) 306-2922 Lisa Lai: (206) 795-7804 Jessica Tiamzon: (206) 399-5117 Jenny Zhang: (206) 941-1073

LHS Key Club | Vol 1 Issue 3 The Toast | June 2013  
LHS Key Club | Vol 1 Issue 3 The Toast | June 2013  

PNW Division 32 Lindbergh High School Key Club's June newsletter publication. Includes a recap of June events, upcoming July events, and clu...