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OCTOBER 2019 | VOLUME 2, ISSUE 6

KEY CLUB MONTHLY T-O DISTRICT | REGION 7 | DISTRICT 39 S UPLIFT SUMMIT INTERNATIONAL PREPARATORY


TABLE OF contents 3

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

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MONTHLY PUZZLE

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LEDCON

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WALKING FOR A CAUSE

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SPOOKY MEETING

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ENVIRONMENTAL RENOVATION

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CHEESY HEAVEN

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FESTIVITIES IN THE RAIN

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C4C CHALLENGE 2

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CALLING ALL SUPERHEROES

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MEMBER'S CORNER

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CALENDAR

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SERVICE SHOUTOUTS

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THIRST PROJECT

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CONTACT

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MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR

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SOCIAL MEDIA


MESSAGE FROM

the president

Hi all! Time flies by fast! Another busy month has gone by, entailing events such as Making it Happen at the AT&T Stadium, the Annual Superhero Run, and the Walk to End Alzheimer's! I cannot wait to see what more is to come as we near the holiday season! I cannot wait to continue this journey as we partake in fruitful volunteering opportunities together!

In Love and Service,

Aamilah Chowdhury

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MONTHLY Can you solve this word scramble?

puzzle

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WALKING

for a cause

MEMBER Arian Tashakori

Early in the morning of

consisted of decorating, guiding traffic, and

October 10th, at the

manning stations. For members who were

Southeast Campus of

tasked at decoration, members unboxed the

Tarrant County College, the

decorative handouts such as plastic flowers and

Walk to End Alzheimer’s

started organizing them across the spread of

event took place. Despite

tables. Using their artistic talents and

the time, a large group of

imaginations, they assembled the multicolored

members showed up to help prepare the

bouquets, each color representing some form of

event, coordinate within stands, and wait for

support to the cause. For the members assigned

further on the event to cheer on walkers.

in guiding traffic, they would be placed along

Members were able to experience the joy of

the parking lot to guide cars to their

helping the members of the organization and

appropriate spaces and fill up all the gaps

the many donors that joined the event to help

within the parking lot. For the majority of

support those with Alzheimer’s. This

members, stations became the most heavily

experience was one to take into heart with

assigned task. For example, one team operated

many of the volunteers as many may have

a sandwich station and another with a hat

family or friends that are affected by the

creation station. Everyone tasked at each of

topic of Alzheimer’s. The environment and

their stations found themselves putting smiles on

attitude of the entire area was lit up with

peoples’ faces as they interacted with families

much positive emotion due to all the

and canines alike. They expressed extroverted

heartwarming help and participation between

kindness by talking to all of the attendees and

everyone that had went. Members that

enjoying the moment with their fellow members.

participated in helping the event were very energetic due to the atmosphere and found

After the majority of participants for the event

that it helped them give off a better attitude

arrived, it wa about 8 am and members were

and energy while they were doing their tasks

then instructed to go around the course and

as well.

help set up water stations. At these stations, members worked with other volunteers from

The first members started to arrive around 5

other schools, bettering their communication

am to 6 am where some were assigned to

and outreach to their community. Once the

move equipment from trucks and unload them

walk had started, members gave off cheers to

while others at this time were assigned to set

participants to encourage them to keep going

up the tents for the many sponsors arriving

forward. Many of the members at the water

later. The members unloading the truck had to

stations were able to bring joyous smiles to all

carry heavy loads at some points, making the

the walkers as they provided water and

task tedious. However, members found it

encouraging cheers to keep them going. This

easier as there were plenty of friends to assist

same pace would continue throughout the hour

in moving all of the items. Once it was 7 am,

and the mood would only grow as more people

members were split into teams which

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began taking water towards the near end of the course and the cheers became louder as they neared the end.

Following the amazing walk, the event concluded by 9 am. Members cleaned up by picking up signs, undoing tents, picking up trash, and folding tables throughout the campus. Luckily, there was not as much work to do at this point as the event came to a close. Although, a few members had left before cleaning up, so the efficiency and speed of pick up rivaled the unpacking from the first hour of arrival. The amount of work tasked started to become scarce, as members completed almost everything and were only left with small and tedious jobs. By the end of the event, many members could reflect on at least one of their tasks to be fulfilling in their own way and how their were able to maintain their outgoing positive attitudes throughout the day. In the end, Key Club members were on their merry way to the exits as all the tasks were completed and their services had left joy to many participants at the end of the day.

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SPOOKY

meeting

SECRETARY Isabella Nguyen

Welcome to our spooky Key

laugh at his cute comment and agrees that they are

Club meeting! Our members

excited for the 2019-2020 year. We then recapped

can TREAT themselves to our

over the last month’s events including Nursing Home

complimentary snacks while

Bingo Night, First Meeting, WATER Festival, Painting

taking a seat in the

Rails, FFAPL Booksale, Mile Fun Run, Book it 5K Run,

elaborate conundrum of

and the September DCM. The members laughed at

chairs. Make sure you don’t

the photo compilation and pointed at the images of

get TRICKED in the maze while you prepare

themselves with their friends.

yourself for the upcoming meeting. Among the sparkling pumpkins littering the room, the

Following this fun photo presentation, Aamliah

eager members smile as they realize they are

introduces Trick or Treat for UNICEF to the

in for a TREAT, our ECT-OBER KEY CLUB

members. Aamilah explains the goal of the project

MEETING!

and how members can get involved. She even tells the members about our Boba Tea Social for

In the span of a few minutes, the classroom

members who raise over $25! The Trick or Treat for

was filled with students and members ready

UNICEF is a fun project with an even better cause

to engage in the next Key Club meeting. After

as it provides supplies and necessities for students

grabbing their complimentary snacks, the

in need. Naturally, all of our global minded scholars

members filed into the classroom, filling every

were interested as asked how soon they can begin

open chair and even standing on the sides.

the service project. Aamilah assures them that they

Finally, the noise slows to a stop and

will get their donation boxes soon to begin the

President Aamliah Chowdhury kicks off the

project.

meeting with a happy start. The first thing the officers went over was the logistics for the

Continuing in the spirit of our meeting, Aamliah

club and made sure that all the members

presents the upcoming events to the members with

knew to submit their fees and get ready for

the help of the other officers. Our editor/vice

the new year. After a tearful farewell to our

president Lily Huynh even gives a live tutorial on

previous president Desiree Fisher, the fun of

how to sign up for events and navigate our Key

the meeting began.

Club website. Shortly after Lily’s demo, our meeting draws to a close and the members begin to ask

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Our editor/vice president, Lily Huynh then

questions and inquire about the upcoming events.

introduces the new and improved Key Club

Finally, our meeting is officially adjourned and the

shirt design! The members hummed with

scholars work their way out of the classroom

excitement as they were introduced to our

TREATED to some new information and equipped

new mascot Chiba the service dog.

with TRICKS to continue their year as a Key Club

Astonished, Aamliah’s young brother remarks

member! The officers smile together as they get

on how amazing the design is and how he

ready to prepare for the next successful Key Club

wants shirt himself. The members share a

meeting!


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ENVIRONMENTAL

renovation

MEMBER Abby Baker

Like enjoying a tranquil

matter but it was actually algae growing on

pond-side view? Or seeing

top of the pond. The reason the algae had to

an ecosystem in action? A

be removed from the pond was because it

great way to witness a

would die as soon as the weather got cold,

native habitat undisturbed

blocking sunlight from reaching the plants

by human activity or learn

below the surface. After we finished with the

more about native animal

cleanup on our side, which was just outside the

and plant species is to visit a local nature

Learning Center, we wheelbarrowed the waste

preserve. Our local nature preserve here in

to a large tarp where we put all of the waste

Arlington, Texas is River Legacy. River Legacy

that we collected. We then made rounds

itself is rather small compared to other nature

around the pond where we had not cleaned

preserves in the area however it does include

up before looking for any extra excess algae

a pond and forest areas as well as an

that needed to be removed. Once we had

education center and a playground for

wheelbarrowed all the algae waste to the

children.

tarp, we started to prune small trees that would disturb the pond later on. This didn't

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The morning was chilly like most early Autumn

take very long as there weren't many trees to

mornings are but it quickly warmed up to a

prune. After the pruning, Jennifer pulled out

nice moderate temperature the closer we got

dead plants that lied on top of growing plants.

to the afternoon. The participants for the

This was because the dead waste was

activities were myself and two Juniors, Yuliana

blocking the sunlight available to the growing

Zavala and Giselle Hernandez. A person that

plants. Once we collected all of the dead

did interact with was a lovely woman using a

plants, we once again wheelbarrowed them to

prosthetic leg named Jenifer. Her prosthetic

the tarp with the algal waste. Then we began

leg made it more difficult for her to climb the

removing excess dirt that could cause possible

uneven terrain, however, she persevered

mudslides with heavy rain common during this

through it. It was truly inspirational to me as I

time of year. This was the hardest to

am the kind of person who usually whines

wheelbarrow to the waste tarp as it was the

about having to walk in the mud. We were

heaviest and most compact waste to

given rakes with a rope attached to them

transport. After this, everyone regrouped and

which we then proceeded to throw Javelin

began to rinse off the rakes and any clothes

style over the pond. We then pulled the rakes

that got too messy. We were glad that we did

back up to the shore using the rope. What we

not have to remove the waste tarp because it

were raking from the pond looked like plant

was extremely heavy.


Once the cleanup was over, we all said goodbye and quickly got into our cars to go home and freshen up, after all, we all smelled like a pond. I would like to do this volunteer service in the future as it was quite fun and the weather wasn't too bad. My advice to any other Key Club members that are considering doing this service would be to wear clothes that they are ready to do work in as this is not an easy job.

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CHEESY

heaven

EDITOR/VICE PRESIDENT Lily Huynh

The stadium boomed with

preparation station. When a customer would order

excitement and the fans

a certain item, I would create their meal. For

cheered for their teams.

example, if they asked for everything on their

Uplift Summit Key Club

Ultimate Nacho, I would take a prepared nacho

rushed to attend to the

chip bowl and pour the cheese and chili and add

plethora of customers lining

jalapenos on top. It was tough work as there was a

up in front of the

constant flow of customers so we had no breaks.

concession stand. On October 20, 2019, the Dallas Cowboys versus the Philadelphia

As half-time neared, there was still no stop to the

Eagles’ game was going to commence and

plethora of customers, instead the hallways began

our club was given the opportunity to help out

to bustle and even more people began to crowd

and witness such an event for free!

around the concession. I guess many were trying to escape the traffic by leaving at half-time, but with

The day began with volunteers and workers

a snack on the go. Thus, the cheesy heaven of

rushing in to prepare for the hordes of hungry

nachos, hot dogs, and briskets continued through

fans later. Even though the game started at 6

the night. The inevitable had finally occurred that

pm, all volunteers had to arrive at 2 pm sharp

night, our prepared nacho chip bowls have run out.

to prepare all the snacks. At first, I thought

Even with three hours of preparation, we still did

coming this early was unnecessary but I was

not have enough for the hungry fans. I rushed to the

wrong. For the first three hours, our members

back and quickly sorted and prepared the chip

and our co-workers prepared chili, cheese, hot

bowls while my co-workers had to fill in the gap I

dogs, briskets, and nacho bowls. This was no

left in our perfect system. Working in the front was

easy job as each had to be prepared a

a bonus because the back was steaming hot from

specific way. For example, the nacho bowls

the hot dog rollers and cooking ware, thus, I pushed

had to be arranged in a certain way; all the

through the sweat.

chips had to be full and standing up straight. At some points, I would clumsily drop the chips

The night ended with us rushing out before the

and be scolded but I kept going because they

traffic got any worse. Our organizers were super

are just minor incidents that will not stop me.

nice and gave us merchandise, such as a souvenir cup, banner, and a ballpark cap. I ran out with my

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The clock rang 5 o’ clock pm, the floodgates

co-workers to catch the bus after a busy day at

opened as fans representing their teams

work. Even though the work was relentless, I

poured into the stadium. Everyone stood at

enjoyed every moment of it. I was able to meet new

their stations, preparing for what was to be a

people and survive what it was like to serve at a

very busy night. People crowded our

stadium concession. Plus, who would give up the

concession stand ordering the Ultimate Nacho,

opportunity to go to a game for free? The cheesy

Chili Dogs, and more. My co-workers and I

heaven of stadium meals came to a close and next

rushed to provide as more customers began to

time we’ll be bringing some reinforcements to help

fill in the missing spots. I worked at the

us handle the horde.


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FESTIVITIES

in the rain

PRESIDENT Aamilah Chowdhury

The cold air amid the array

festival! These games are the epitome of

of laughter and

festival games, and Key Club members got to

conversations sat within the

take part in the traditions of festivals by leading

atmosphere. Children’s

them. They were to attend to each and every

exclamations erupted

game participant. With the ring toss, in

across the campus. The

particular, Key Club members scurried to

smell of the African, Arab,

recollect the rings for each participant’s turn. In

Mexican, and Asian food percolated the cafe.

the rope war, Key Club members watched the

Colorful dresses stood in the midst of the

children grasp at the threading rope to

festival partakers. Although the frigid air sat

determine the victor of the game. In basketball

heavy on Uplift Summit International’s annual

toss, Key Club members retrieved the ball with

Fall Festival, Key Club members persevered

each and every toss so that the participants

and were able to help out!

could ace one hoop.

Fall Festival games for the children are pivotal

Even with having to interact with the children

to the event. One may go as far as to say that

that inundated their games, the Key Club

they defined the festival beyond its

members handled the Fall Festival with grace.

amalgamate of cultural foods, and the smell

Without them, the Fall Festival would have been

of them floating through the air. When Key

in disarray. The members spoke to all the

Club members were not working for the

children participating in their games and

games, they were enjoying the variety of

ensured that they understood the goal. By doing

international foods that stood in the midst of

so, the members got to see firsthand the joy the

them. Their smiles remained plastered on their

children experienced from the member’s

face for the entirety of the event, whether

simplest tasks. Beyond the games, the

they were experiencing the fruits of the

encouragement that the members gave to the

festival or working to make it more enjoyable

children made their experience. With every

for the children.

cheer gushed for the children participants, another smile from them formed. The corners of

Key Club members had the chance to

their mouth would inch upwards. The members,

volunteer to help with multiple children’s

beyond handling the festival games with order,

game booths: ring toss, rope war, and

worked to motivate the children, even when it

basketball toss! Children lined up in masses to

came to typical games. All in all, it was an

play these games, and the Key Club members

unforgettable experience not only for the

found that theirs were some of the most

children participants in Uplift Summit’s primary

popular at the

school but also for Uplift Summit’s devoted Key Club members.

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C4C CHALLENGE #keyclubc4c2 Uplift Summit Key Club members were challenged to give someone a piece of challenge for the second C4C Challenge!

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CALLING ALL

superheroes

In the early morning of

MEMBER Yazmin Menjivar

done, all the members and other volunteers lined

October 26,2019 Key Club

up to get their t-shirts and designated position. The

members arrived at Levitt

run began at 8am, granting the volunteers and

Pavilion for the annual

members an hour to prepare their chants and help

Superhero Run hosted by

out in other areas. They went exploring all the

CASA. This run is done to

sponsors of the event, talking to them about the

raise awareness and funds

club and asking about the event and general

for families and children that come from

information about their sponsorship. By doing this

difficult domestic situations. It was a very cold

the members gained communication skills, by

day but many people participated in the run.

talking to a stranger and having an open discussion

Members got to the pavilion around 6am and

over the event. After exploring all the participants

had to come in layers, yet they still felt the cold

began to stretch and warm themselves up.

breeze.

Volunteers made their way to the other side of the start and finish line. They waited till the runners

This didn’t stop them though, they first helped

were done stretching, to begin the first round of the

out with bringing out all the tables and chairs,

race. Three of the members decided to participate

placing them on the edges. All the members

in the first round themselves. They participated in

had to split themselves in groups of two, in

support for those who were running and to help

order to plan out the layout of where the chairs

guide them through the route to go the proper

and tables will be positioned in. It was

directions.

beneficial in enhancing their collaborative skills and communication. In order to know where

When the runners were off, the other volunteers

each table and chair would go they had to ask

prepared their chants and cheers for when they

the sponsor of the event. After giving those

arrived to the start and finish line again. Many

instructions, they each had to decide how they

runners arrived quickly during the first round, all the

would space them from one another. Once

members cheered for them, to encourage them to

done with that they were given a new task, to

pull through even if they felt discouraged. Once all

help with bringing out bounce houses. This was

the runners arrived, the second round began after a

a brand new experience for all the members,

brief fifteen minute intermission. The second round

setting up and adjusting the bounce houses

lasted longer, but members still encouraged all the

taught them a new skill.

runners that ran, from the youngest to the oldest ones. When all the runners arrived, awards were

They continued to use their collaborative skills

given by the sponsors of the event. Then everyone

in order to direct some members to specific

left and volunteers began “tear down,� taking down

areas of the bounce house. Once they were

and folding all the tables, doing the same with

each positioned on in their designated area,

chairs. After this they were stacked on top of each

they stretched it out and placed the machine to

other and moved to the area where they were

blow it up. This was done for the other bounce

going to get picked up at.

house too. After getting the bounce houses

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Once the event was completely over and members finished cleaning up all the areas. They decided to go to the local Starbucks and have a social. This social after the event, gave members a way to warm up from the coldness of outside, but it also gave them the opportunity to be able to express each others thoughts and discuss how the event made them feel.

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HUMANS OF

texas-oklahoma

During freshman year I wasn’t very involved in any extracurriculars making a very boring year. For that I

MEMBER Arturo Cornejo

have no one to blame but myself. However, come sophomore year I decided to

join a few clubs, and one of those was Key Club. At first, Key Club wasn’t really a club I was very invested in and didn’t go to very many of the events having simply joined because some of my friends had. After a while though, I found myself beginning to attend more and more of the events. At that point, I had come to enjoy volunteering as a part of Key Club for a variety of reasons.

For one, it gave me a chance to be part of the community and go out and do things as opposed to just lazing around. In the past on weekends I would find myself waking up late with nothing to do, but with Key Club I could find myself looking forward to waking up at 6 am to go volunteer. Even better, I can do it with friends making it so that I was able to help the community while still enjoying myself with the people I know. I think one of the biggest ways that Key Club has managed to help me is by encouraging me to meet new friends that I would have never met otherwise. In a simpler sense, it has helped me become a bit more confident than I was before, and I’m sure I will continue to grow in that aspect. I have come to enjoy volunteering with my fellow Key Club members and meeting Key Clubs from other schools at the events we participate.

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That being said, it isn’t always easy, often times the events are very early in the morning and the weather isn’t always the best. I’ve worked at events where it was simply really cold outside, or an event where it was raining most of the time. Luckily I was inside most of the time but the rain was pretty heavy and it was cold, but there was another event later that day and it rained again while I was there. In this aspect, Key Club has made me more hard working than I was before, though I must admit that I could still be a lot better in that regard.

Looking back on it all I can safely say that joining Key Club has changed for the better and helped me grow as a person. If I had never joined I’m honestly not sure if I would have ever down as much service as I have thus far, I would have never met some of the people I’ve come to meet, or get closer to the people I already knew. Key Club has been an amazing experience thus far and I am so glad that I have gotten to be a part of it, and that I will continue to grow as a Key Club member. Regarding the future of Key Club, I do not hope for anything. I do not hope for change because I love how everything is structured now. The website is very informative, our officers do a good job of communication and it is a welcoming club over all. There has not been a day where I thought about anything I would like to change or make better. Our Key Club is a beautiful club the way it is and I would not change one thing.

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CALENDAR

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DIA DE LOS MUERTOS

100 S Center St, Arlington, TX 76010, USA Help is needed in setting up/taking down, during the program with craft tables and activities as well.

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MEETING Room 202 Welcome back the club members and present new events and new ideas for the new year

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DFW UNDY RUNWALK 100 W Abram St, Arlington, TX 76010, USA Assisting with setup before the race starts. Greeting and checking in registered participants at the registration table. Capturing the day through photography services. Managing the refresh and refuel tent.

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MAKING IT HAPPEN 1 AT&T Way, Arlington, TX 76011, USA Help concession with a local organization during the Dallas Cowboys

Dress Code All black pants, t-shirt and tennis shoes . NO JEANS OR LEGGINGS vs Minnesota Vikings game!

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ARLINGTON WOMEN'S HALF MARATHON AND 5K 1650 E Randol Mill Rd Arlington, TX 76011 United States We need volunteers for packet pick-ups, setup and water stops. Volunteers receive a free volunteer T-shirt and are invited to join in the Post Race Party fun.

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TURKEY TROT 100 Ballpark Way, Arlington, TX 76011 Volunteer opportunities include: Set-Up, Race Day Registration & Packet Pick-Up, Refreshment Area, Course Monitors, Water Station, Tear Down/Clean Up. All volunteers will receive a 9th Annual Arlington Turkey TrotTM Long-sleeved shirt to remember your experience and let others know you gave your time to a great event and wonderful cause. *Sizes can’t be guaranteed, and shirts are only available while supplies last.

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SERVICE

shoutouts

UNICEF "UNICEF is mandated by the United Nations General Assembly to advocate for the protection of children's rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential."

- UNICEF's Mission Statement

MARCH OF DIMES "Prematurity is the #1 killer of babies in the United States. We are working to change that and help more moms have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies. From polio to prematurity the March of Dimes has focused on researching the problems that threaten our children and finding ways to prevent them."

- March of Dimes's Mission Statement

CHILDREN'S MIRACLE NETWORK "Children's Miracle Network Hospitals' mission is to generate funds and awareness programs in partnership with and for the benefit of member hospitals/foundations and the children they are privileged to serve."

- Children's Miracle Network's Mission Statement

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CONTACT

information

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DISTRICT GOVERNOR

DISTRICT TECH PRODUCER

Ashna Patel

Lacey Thomas

governor@tokeyclub.com

techassistant@tokeyclub.com

DISTRICT SECRETARY

DISTRICT EDITOR

Kareena Patel

Vivian Thai

secretary@tokeyclub.com

editor@tokeyclub.com

DISTRICT TREASURER

DISTRICT CONVENTION LIASON

Katherine Chao

Dillion Grisham

treasurer@tokeyclub.com

cl@tokeyclub.com

DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR

REGION 7 ADVISOR

Kenyon Black

Melissa Greene

administrator@tokeyclub.com

region7@tokeyclub.com


CONTACT

information

DIVISION 39 SOUTH LTG

CLUB SPONSOR

Sharlene Garcia

Joe Morales

ltg39s@tokeyclub.com

jmorales@uplifteducation.org

CLUB PRESIDENT

CLUB TREASURER

Aamilah Chowdhury

Alexandria Nguyen

upliftsummit.keyclubpresident

upliftsummit.keyclubtreasurer

@gmail.com

@gmail.com

CLUB VICE-PRESIDENT

CLUB EVENT COORDINATOR

Lily Huynh

Daniela Covarrubias

upliftsummit.keyclubeditor

upliftsummit.keyclubhistorian

@gmail.com

@gmail.com

CLUB SECRETARY

CLUB EDITOR

Isabella Nguyen

Lily Huynh

upliftsummit.keyclubsecretary

upliftsummit.keyclubeditor

@gmail.com

@gmail.com

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MESSAGE FROM

the editor

Hello everyone! It's already November and the semester is almost over! I know school and life has been hard but I hope everyone is well. However, attendance for events are still at a all-time high even with our busy schedules, so I wanted to thank you guys for spending your time to help your community. Furthermore, our trick-or-treat for UNICEF campaign is almost coming to a close so I wanted to remind all of y'all to keep up the good work! See you guys soon and good luck!

In Love and Service,

Lily Huynh

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