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JULY 2013 VOL. 1 // ISSUE 4 D I VI S I O N 3 5
IN THIS ISSUE... GREETINGS FROM YOUR LTG! INTERNATIONAL BOARD THE ELIMINATE PROJECT ELIMINATE MERCHANDISE CALENDAR ANNOUNCEMENTS CONTACT INFO
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HEY TIGERS! I HOPE EVERYONE IS ENJOYING THEIR SUMMER VACATION! CONGRATULATIONS TO KELSIE HOPPES FOR BECOMING ELECTED INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEE AT ICON! ALSO, REMEMBER THAT SUMMER IS THE PERFECT TIME TO BE GETTING TOGETHER WITH YOUR CLUB MEMBERS FOR SERVICE PROJECTS AND FUNDRAISERS WITHOUT THE STRESS OF HOME AND SCHOOLWORK! PLAN A CARWASH, COOK AT A LOCAL HOMELESS SHELTER OR VISIT YOUR KIWANIS CLUB! In love and service,
Renee Loucks PNW Division 35 Lieutenant Governor
About the Division
Colors: Black and Orange
Schools: Clover Park, Curtis, Franklin Pierce, GrahamKapowsin, Harrison Prep, Lakes, Steilacoom, Washington
Key club 101
Mission: Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. Motto: Caring–Our Way of Life Pledge: I pledge, on my honor, to uphold the Objects of Key Club International; to build my home, school and community; to serve my nation and God; and combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.
MEET THE 2 0 1 3 - 2 0 1 4 INTERNATIONAL BOARD
NEWLY ELECTED I
K NEWLY ELECTED PRESIDENT
EPRESENTING THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST STRICT AS INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEE
KELSIE HOPPES INTERNATIONAL VICE
THE ELIMINATE PROJECT
$1.80 = enough to save a mother and her newbornâ€™s lives.
What is the ELIMINATE Project?
The Eliminate Project is a joint project with Kiwanis and UNICEF to internationally terminate MNT. What is MNT?
treme sensitivity to light and touch. There is little hope of survival. And tetanus kills mothers too. Who suffers from mnt?
MNT is caused when tetanus spores, found In 30 countries around the world, maternal in soil everywhere, come into contact with open cuts during childbirth. The disease and neonatal tetanus (MNT) can quickly strikes the poorest of the poor, the geoturn the joy of childbirth into tragedy. MNT kills one baby every nine minutes. Its graphically hard to reach and those without effects are excruciatingâ€“ tiny newborns suf- health care. fer repeated, painful convulsions and ex-
Do your part EDUCATE yourself. ADVOCATE to the world. INVEST to save and protect. ELIMINATE maternal and neonatal tetanus.
Eliminate Merchandise ON SALE NOW! Lanyards $5 T-shirts $15
Help us reach our district goal of $24,000!
Or Donate to: Kevin Buyer PNW Key Club P.O. Box 3933
Rustic Pathways is the leader in providing international community service programs for students of all ages. Rustic Pathways has partnered with Kiwanis to provide Key Clubbers all around the world opportunities to serve abroad.
Teach. Build. Develop. Fund. Plant. Feed. Connect. Bridge. Impact. Celebrate. Donate. Empower. Protect. Preserve. Nurture. Grow.
United States Australia New Zealand Fiji Islands Spain Morocco Ghana Tanzania India Mongolia China Thailand Burma Cambodia Laos Vietnam Dominican Republic Peru Latin America Costa Rica Panama South Africa India
Seattle Rally: Service Around the World You are invited to the annual Seattle Rally! Hosted by Division 32 at Hazen High School. Date/Time: August 12, 2013 from 9-3:45 PM! Price: Early bird $5 (July 12-31) Regular $6 (Aug 11-17) At the door $7 This is the biggest rally of the year so donâ€™t miss out! Non-Key Clubbers and incoming freshman are welcome, so invite everyone! At the rally, you will get a chance to meet the executive and district board, attend officer trainings, hear guest speakers, show your spirit, and meet new people from all over the Pacific Northwest! Join the FB event page to stay updated as Seattle Rally approaches! Canâ€™t wait to see you there!
Key Club is partnering with the Sounders to fight Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus! There will be a Key Club night on Aug. 25th @ 6PM, Century Link, against the Portland Timbers and on Sept. 13th @ 7PM, Century Link,
against Salt Lake City. Tickets are priced at $18 each (regular price: $26) and for each ticket purchased, $6 will be donated to the Eliminate Project to help save lives. You can order your ticket through your Division Lieutenant Governor or club president and remember to register with your friends in order to get seats next to them! Come out and support!
JULY CALENDAR SUNDAY 30
LTG NEWSLETTERS AND REPORTS DUE!
Seattle Rally Registration opens!
SECRETARY REPORTS DUE!
Division carwash for Eliminate 28
DCM @ Blackbear 31
Deadline for Early Bird Reg
We will have a car wash on July 27th, a divisional fundraiser to raise money for Eliminate!
Our next DCM will be at Blackbear on July 31st! From 1-2 PM. It is required that all officers go and its highly encouraged that members attend as well! Its going to be a lot of fun and hope to see all of you there!
Kiwanis has a new service partner! Rustic Pathways is teaming up with Key Clubbers all across the world to provide them with service trips abroad! For more information visit www.rusticpathways.com
Seattle Rally is just around the corner! On August 12th, Hazen High School will be hosting Seattle Rally. Early bird registration ends July 31st! So buy your tickets NOW!
Key Club is partnering up with the Seattle Sounders to support the Eliminate Project! On Aug 25th and Sept 13th, there will be a Key Club Night at Century Link Field. Tickets are $18 so come out and support!
What service projects have you guys been up to!? Send me pictures of your clubs events and members to be featured in my next newsletters!
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