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Division 13’s

November Newsletter Falling into Holiday season for Key Club Look how pretty the leaves are!

I know! I can’t wait for Thanksgiving Dinner


Unmasking Service What has Division 13 been doing this month?? Please email me (lovinajohn.ltg@nydkc.org) and tell me what your club has been up to!


e Proje c i v r e S y a d i l Ho Make some handcrafted holiday ornaments for nursing homes, your school, or a community center. The Adopt A Soldier program let’s you sign up for a one-time commitment, and assemble a holiday care package to send to deployed soldiers.

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Decorate a nursing home for the holidays. After you finish, entertain the residents by singing or playing games. Decorate teachers’ doors for holiday. “Wrap” teachers’ doors like presents or add winter snowflakes. Talk to management of a mall, discount store or department store about setting up a couple tables to wrap gifts for a small donation. Dress up in holiday gear—even elf-costumes—and singing carols while you wrap.


ts n e v E g n i m o c Up What is Division 13 planning to do this month?? Please email me (lovinajohn.ltg@nydkc.org) and tell me what your club is planning for the last month of 2016!


Dues! Dues are due DECEMBER 1st! Thank you to the clubs who have responded back to my emails and sent their dues in. If your club has not sent in the dues of at least 15 members please talk to me ASAP!! Your club may get suspended if the dues are not received.


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I am planning out first divisional to be in December! Details to come!!


Miles of Dimes Miles of Dimes is a project that Distinguished Past Lieutenant Governor Daniel Suh started and I will be continuing. Last year we raised $1,111 for March of Dimes Organization which was amazing, but I think we can raise more! We will again try to collect a mile’s worth of dime and we’re already 10% there! There are 17 dimes in one foot (approximately $2), and 5,280 feet in one mile. If we could reach our goal of one mile, than we will have raised $10,560 for March of Dimes! However, I will making this competition. Each school will raise their own number of dimes, and on the day when all the schools in our division come together, we will see which school has gotten the most feet. We will not only be collecting dimes, but any amount of money up to $5 bills. On a specific date, we will take the money and exchange it for a sheet with dimes printed on it. The school with the most feet will receive a trophy and a party!


Leadership Training Conference! When: March 31- April 2, 2017 Where: Desmond Hotel in Albany, NY Theme: “Unmasking the Service� Save the date now!! More information to come! http://ltc.nydkc.org/info.html


s! Icing Smile The 2016-2017 District Project is Icing Smiles, an organization with the mission to create special memories during a difficult time in a child’s life by making unique custom celebration cakes for ill children and their siblings. What can you do for Icing Smiles?? Check out this awesome fundraiser with a bunch of Icing Smiles merch! Check out the link below for posters, resources, and links to stay connected! http://nydkc.org/district-projects-committ4ee/ Daniel Corpuz Mr. Goldstein email: studentambassador@icingsmiles.org 590 Mullock Road tel: 1(951)310-2420 Port Jervis NY 12771 Facebook: Daniel Joseph Corpuz Instagram: @danielcorpuz


lind! B e h t r o f s e c i Vo For his governor's project, District Governor Matt Garber has chosen the project called "Voices for the Blind" which is all about empowering the blind and visually impaired children by promoting education, leadership, and confidence. I am excited to announce we will be working with Camp Abilities, specifically the Saratoga Camp, an amazing organization that offers summer camps for blind children that focuses on adapted sports, interaction, and confidence building.Want to help out the Governor’s Project?? Get ready to sell the awesome Voices for the Blind t-shirts!


Pediatric Lyme Disease Foundation The Pediatric Lyme Disease Foundation was set up to help pay for medical treatment for children with Lyme disease. Unfortunately most insurance companies do not pay for its treatment, which is very expensive. Lyme Disease may affect the brain in many ways and can invade the central nervous system within days to a week of initial skin infection. Lyme disease is transmitted through deer tick, a common site in New York. The majority of people who are treated early with antibiotics do well and incur no long-term problems. People who are not treated until later may have a more complicated outcome. Website: http://www.kiwanis-ny.org/lyme/


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Contes PLDF Pin Design The Pediatric Lyme Disease Foundation has been using this pin (seen below) for the past few years. However, the foundation would like a new pin and is asking for your help! Design a pin for the Pediatric Lyme Disease Foundation. The winner of the Pin Design Contest will receive a Brittany, a special award given to those who donate $500 to the foundation. Please send your entry to me (lovinajohn.ltg@nydkc.org) by January 15th, 2017.


UNICEF UNICEF, the only organization of the United Nations dedicated exclusively to children,works with other United Nations bodies, governments and non-governmental organizations to assist in children’s needs through community-based services in primary health care, basic education, and safe water and sanitation in more than 150 developing countries. UNICEF shares the Kiwanis family’s global commitment to children and has provided its extensive resources and leadership to assist in the Worldwide Service Project to virtually eliminate Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD) from the globe.


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Lovina John Lieutenant Governor

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Cynthia Jiang District Treasurer

cynthiajiang.treas@nydkc.org

David Morse Kiwanis Committee Representative

slapshot1371@optimum.net

Alexis Warren Executive Assistant

alexiswarren.ea@nydkc.org

Jojo Saunders International Trustee for NY

jojosaunder.kci@gmail.com

Kacie Luo Executive Assistant

kacialuo.ea@nydkc.org

Matt Garber District Governor

mattgarber.gov@nydkc.org

Kevin Yin Webmaster

kevinyin.tech@nydkc.org

tanyahao.sec@nydkc.org

Sofia Paulino Bulletin Editor

sofiapaulino.editor@nydkc.org

Tanya Hao District Secretary

Time for Pie!

Finally!!


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It is!! We have to get home and start decorating for the holidays!! Let’s go!

Thanks for Reading!! Woah! It’s snowing!!


November 2016 Newsletter NYDKC Division 13