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Garfield HS KEY CLUB May 7, 2014

Volume 6 | Issue 4

The Official Newsletter of James A. Garfield High School Key Club, Division 26


MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR Dear Key Clubbers, AP tests are this week, but you know what else is this week? ELIMINATE WEEK! In this issue, we’ll be talking about ELIMINATE and the service it provides mothers and their children in the elimination of maternal/neonatal tetanus. We still have several events to sign up for (and much much more in the future!) so make sure to check them out and sign up for them. A big heads up—Relay for Life is just a couple weeks away. The more who sign up, the better! Keep on studying for those AP’s guys!

~Jennifer Wang

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Calendar &Events May Sunday
















Asian Pacific American Affairs 22

Saturday 17

24 Northwest23 Relay for Life Folklife Festival

Asian Pacific American Affairs 40th Celebration May 15th (Thursday)

Location: 17338 International Boulevard SeaTac, WA 98188 (Crown Plaza Hotel, Sea Tac) Time: 5:00pm- 9:00pm Leader: TBD _________________________________________________________________________________ Duties include helping guests at the registration table, greeting guests, directing guests to appropriate locations (restrooms, exit…etc), stage management, assist in managing program flow, fetching acts, and directing acts to and from the stage, in addition to 1 pre-event “dress rehearsal” where volunteers will be prepped with further details and duties to take place a week prior to the event. Training session will take no longer than 1 hour. This is official volunteering, CAPAA is government agency. Volunteers must be able to commit a minimum of 3 hours of volunteer time, including 1 hour preevent training on the day of (arrive at location by 4:15PM for check in) and at least half an hour after for cleanup.

Northwest Folklife Festival May 23rd (Friday) & May 26 (Monday)

Location: Seattle Center: Fisher Pavillion Time: varies by shift *6:30pm-9:00pm (Fri-Sun ONLY) _________________________________________________________________________________ We will be greeting patrons into the Festival, handing out Festival guides, and encouraging donations. Sign up by April 6th!

More Events! Relay for Life May 24th-25th (Saturday-Sunday)

Location: Seattle University Time: 4 p.m.Leader: Emily Wong, 206-235-5743 _________________________________________________________________________________ Relay for Life is an overnight community fundraising walk to help fight cancer. You will be camping out on a track field for one day and have to fundraise $100 to participate. Here is the link to sign up: =57068 Click on "Join a Team" and find "Garfield Key Club". After you sign up, please let me know so we have a record of who is attending. Feel free to contact Emily if you have any questions.

REMINDER: Vote for this year’s sweatshirt design! You can vote for colors and type of sweatshirts as well!

What is the ELIMINATE PROJECT? With The Eliminate Project, Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. This deadly disease steals the lives of nearly 60,000 innocent babies and a significant number of women each year. To eliminate MNT from the Earth, more than 100 million mothers and their future babies must be immunized.

A great act is to help a fellow human being. The greatest act is to save a human life!

Thanks for reading!

Don’t be shy...feel free to talk to us! Website: Official Club Email: President: Emily Wong | VP: Reanne Wong | Secretary: Carmen Phu | Treasurer: Lynda Nguyen | Bulletin Editor: Jennifer Wang | Fundraising Chair: Cindy Lam | Club Advisor: Mr. Heye |


Issue #4 | GHS Key Club Weekly Bulletin  

Weekly Bulletin for Garfield High School Key Club, Division 26 by Jennifer Wang