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Service in the New Year


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Hello Division 38! I hope everyone’s new year is off to a good start! It’s hard to believe that a new year has already begun! The start of 2013 marks quite a few important events. For some, it marks their last year in high school and for others it is a fresh start. Before you leave 2012 behind you, take a moment and think back to all the good In this issue: and bad times and see exactly how you have grown this past year. I know that through our Greetings…………….2 service in Key Club, each of us have grown so DCON……...………....3 much and helped numerous amounts of Key Dates…………….4 people in our community and around the Project: Educate……5 world. Now lets start off this new year with a Club of the Month….6 renewed sense of dedication toward Key Club Club Spotlights………7 and service! Contact Info………...8 District Convention is approaching fast so start promoting it within your clubs! You can find more information about it on page 3 of this newsletter. Also, with convention coming up you should all start electing your club officers so that they can receive their training at DCON! I would love to attend a few of your elections, so please let me know when they are! Finally, don’t forget about the Lieutenant Governor election rally! We need each club represented to help us elect next years Lieutenant Governor. Happy New Year and good luck on your upcoming finals! And remember, if you need anything at all, please don’t hesitate to contact me! In Caring Service,

Linsie Michaels

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64th Annual PNW District Convention 2013 Join 1500 Key Clubbers from all over the Pacific Northwest from March 22nd-March 24th, 2013 at the Doubletree Hotel in Seatac, WA to celebrate service! Who: Key Clubbers from the PNW District (Alaska, Western Canada, Washington, Oregon, Panhandle of Idaho, and Northern California) When: March 22nd-March 24th, 2013 Where: Doubletree Hotel in Seatac, WA (18740 International Blvd., Seattle, WA 98188) Why: to celebrate our long hours of service, attend informational workshops, officer training, elect the Executive Board, install the 2013-2014 District Board, retire the 2012-2013 District Board, meet new people, and of course HAVE FUN! Theme: Diving into Service – so we can dive deeper into the meaning of service! Want to be a part of the Service Fair and share what your club does best? Then contact your Lieutenant Governor for more information! Do you want to see what DCON is like? Watch the Call to Convention Promo video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXebkS95t5g

Register by February 5th!

See you at PNW District Convention 2013! 3


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Key Dates!

Lieutenant Governor Election Rally When: Saturday, January 12th, 2013 Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Where: Tumwater Timberland Regional Library (7032 New Market Street, Tumwater, WA 98501)

Are you interested in working beyond the club level of Key Club? Then run for Lieutenant Governor of Division 38! If not, then come to support your fellow members and vote for the new LtG for 2013-2014! Please note that each club must send at least 2 voting delegates to the rally,

PNW Pre-Con When: Saturday, January 19th, 2013 Time: 3:00 pm – after Trail Blazers game Where: Rose Garden Arena (1 North Center Court Street #150, Portland, Oregon 97227) Get together with Key Clubbers from all over the PNW district to get pumped for DCON and to watch a Portland Trail Blazers game! Register at https://www.dropbox.com/s/i2v4i3u1egll5tq/Registration.pdf

SAVE THE DATES! DCMs: 3rd Saturday of the month Secretary Reports: 5th of each month DCON 2013: March 22-24, 2013

LtG Election Rally: January 12th Kiwanis DCM: January 16th PreCon: January 19th 4


What is Project: Educate? Project: Educate is the new District project for 2012-2013. It’s main objective is to support the development of early-childhood & primary education in the developing country of Jamaica.

What do the funds go towards? #5 #4 #3 #2 #1

The funds are distributed in 5 different contributions: 30,000 High school scholarships for 10 students across Jamaica 27,050 St. Mary School (yet to be confirmed) school supplies 23,050 Online classroom assistance to 150 students across Jamaica 20,050 Wakefield Primary School assistance for a new Library 12,050 Mona Heights Primary School supplies & library equipment

Merchandise

Mona Heights Primary School

Wakefield Primary School

Wristbands: $1

T-Shirts: $15

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This month’s Star Award goes to… Tumwater High School This month, Tumwater High School won the award not just for their service, but for their communication as well! Many clubs have been struggling with the new dues system and this club in particular has had their own fair share of troubles! However, Tumwater has continually kept me updated on their situation with their dues. They have informed me of any problems they are facing and have asked for advice on how to solve their issues. It hasn’t just been once that they came to me for help but multiple times! This club is a great example of effective communication and how questions can take you a long ways! Anyways, keep up the great work and continue to share any difficulties you are having, even if they seem small and insignificant! Good job, and I can’t wait to see what you have in store for this year!

January Riddle: What goes around a house and in the house, but never touches the house? Email/text me your answer!

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Club Spotlights Capital High School This month, Capital High School has been working weekly at the Thurston County Food Bank and in their local Kiwanis Garden! In addition, they raise money for the Salvation Army by bell ringing and caroling outside of the Tumwater Fred Meyer!

Timberline High School Timberline High School got into the Christmas spirit and helped raise money for the Salvation Army at their local Shopko. Their work for the Salvation Army even got them recognition in their school newspaper!

Olympia High School This month, Olympia High School has been getting ready for District Convention and also held their officer elections! They also rang bells and caroled for the Salvation Army at Fred Meyer and have upcoming dates at the Food Bank! 7


Contact Information Executive Board Giovanni Mckenzie District Governor giovannimc.keyclub@gmail.com Kelsie Hoppes District Secretary kelsiehoppes@gmail.com

Andy Nguyen Convention Chair andy.t_nguyen@yahoo.com Calvin Leung International Trustee trustee.calvin@gmail.com

Administrators

Kenneth Lam District Treasurer k3nn3thlam@gmail.com

John Jay District Administrator jmjay@comcast.net

Bassel Hamieh District Bulletin Editor basselhamiehpnw@gmail.com

Suzanne Endroedy Assistant District Administrator suzbeth1@comcast.net

Division 38 Linsie Michaels Lieutenant Governor linsie.a.m@gmail.com cell: (360)481-1544 home: (360)352-4086

Dick Rust Area Administrator cdrust2@comcast.net Tony Salas Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor tsalas@laceychamber.com

www.keyclub.org 3636 WOODVIEW TRACE INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46268 USA 317-875-8755 • US AND CANADA: 800-KIWANIS

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Key Club Division 38 January Newsletter