Quirkey Division 16 Newsletter
January 14th, 2013
1/19 Lieutenant Governor Elections (Fairview Library), President’s Council Meeting
service year, we have
2/10 January Club Monthly Report Forms Due
two big district events
elections! There’s some
still to go: The District
tough competition, so
Eliminate Games, and
it’s going to be rather
the 69th Annual
The Lieutenant Governor Lowdown Salutations, my With the final homestretch of the
District Convention. Inside this issue:
Volume 1, Issue 6
But on a divisional level, we will have an
March and possibly another divisionwide event in February! And this Saturday?
See you all this Saturday for our Elections/PCM!
awards dinner in
Club Monthly Report Form Reminder
Key Leader Recap
Officer Spotlight: North Bergen Vice President
Who’s Nearby?: LTG Spotlight
This is a reminder for all club secretaries: if you have not submitted a club monthly report form for any month, regardless of how long ago...
PLEASE STILL SUBMIT IT!
Me at Childrens Specialized Hospital!
Key Leader Recap Key Leader is an
by Treasurer Hayley Austin
You listen to inspiring lec-
amazing weekend for high tures and stories, and partici- you are welschool
pate in bonding activities
want to be leaders. The
that are fun and silly, but
camp focuses on helping
teach you the importance of fortable right
you improve qualities such communication and coopera- away. as leadership, integrity,
tion. You also have time to
growth, and respect—all
relax, socialize, and partake
the weekend, you break
crucial in the makings of a in camp-like activities such as off into your neighborgood Key Clubber.
making s’mores. (Yum!)
At first, a three day
creating a song, drawing a poster, to coming up with
hood groups for activities. plans to help theoretical I was in a group called the communities, we laughed
weekend, you meet people camp experience with
a lot and bonded like
from all over New Jersey.
ing Bunnies” and from
strangers may seem intimi-
Officer Spotlight - Denisse Peralta, North Bergen Key Club Hey, my name is Denisse Peralta and volunteer-
Key Club has been a great part of my life
ing is my life! I'm 17 years old and a junior, but that
since my brother explained the immense amount of
doesn't stop me from making a difference in my town! I
activities I could volunteer in through years as a
don't believe in joining a variety
member in Key Club. Attending
of clubs but to join as many
monthly meetings, helping the
clubs in which you will be able
executive board, and finally being
to make a difference.
the head of the executive board
My town has plenty of activities during October through December. For exam-
after two years as a general member has put a smile on my face. I am honored to serve as
ple, Winter Fest takes place eve-
the vice president and officer of
ry December and all ages of peo-
the month for Key Club, and I
ple enjoy it. I have been going
look forward to making the Key
to this event since I was five
Club in my school reach its full
years old, and now have the
potential and continue to be great
pleasure to lead others.
for years to come.
Meet the Neighbors New Jersey: 12,000 Key Clubbers, 23 lieutenant governors. Who are these 23 lieutenant governors? Every newsletter, I will feature three lieutenant governors and ask them one question. This newsletter’s question: Why have you stayed with Key Club for so long? Tracy Vollbrecht
Division 8 LTG I've stayed with Key Club for so long because of the amazing opportunities to serve, lead, and help others that Key Club has provided me with!
Division 6 LTG I think the real question here is why wouldn't I stay with Key Club! Key Club has been an opportunity to grow as a person and as a leader. Through Key
Throughout my Key Club career, I have also met many great people and made many great friends. I’ve had so many amazing, fun experiences
Club, I have been able to challenge myself with new positions while having the time of my life. My home club, my division, and my district are my family; I
through Key Club, and will continue to stay with this organization.
could never leave this amazing organization.
Division 5 LTG There really is no absolute reason why I have stayed within Key Club—there just hasn’t ever been a reason for me to leave. I joined Key Club during my sophomore year because my older sister had been a part of it at the time. Since
Division 20B LTG
that day when I decided to join her at a Key Club meet-
continue to serve others because I want to return all the benefits I earned from Key
ing, it has become a part of who I am and nobody can ever take that away from me.
LTG Capital District Although I have been in U.S. for only three years, Key Club allowed me to be part of American society and to become a servant leader. I love service and people I meet through Key Club are simply amazing. I will
Club. Key Club truly brings inspiration, motivation, and an opportunity for a change.
How To: Apply for Scholarships
Are you: □ A HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR? □ INVOLVED IN KEY CLUB? □ APPLYING TO COLLEGE? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then it’s time to apply for a Key Club Scholarship! These scholarships range from $1,000 to $2,000, and 18 are available. Attached in my e-mail is the scholarships packet that you must fill out. Also, some require transcripts as well as signatures. Send everything in by FEBRUARY 20TH to: Tracy Vollbrecht c/o Key Club Scholarships 11 Moak Drive Hazlet, NJ 07730 Contact Tracy at (732)-632-7071 or email@example.com for questions!
Celina Baquiran secretary.baq
Lucas Dos Santos
In here, you'll find a Key Leader wrap-up, a spotlight on North Bergen's Denisse Peralta, and most importantly for SENIORS, SCHOLARSHIP INFO...