Meet Our New Key Club President ................... 1
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Who is our new LTG? Find Out……..5
Discover the adventures from this year’s DCON ............ 6
Official Newsletter of Millburn High School Key Club/ NJ Division 15 3636 WOODVIEW TRACE INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46268 USA 1-800-KIWANIS FAX 1-317-879-0204 0204
CONTENTS PAGES 2-4
Introduction of New Officers PAGE 5
Introduction of New LTG PAGE 6
DCON Recap: 2014 PAGE 7
Officer Contacts and Upcoming Events
Meet the President: Evanie Anglade
“I hope that all members see that together we are our own community and that we can rely and depend on one another.” Evanie Anglade
Meet the Vice President: Uma Sarwadnya
Eliminate Week—an especially fun and easy way to support The Eliminate Project just before Mother’s Day—is just around the corner! From May 5–9, help us raise awareness and funds to help end maternal and neonatal tetanus around the world.
Meet the Recording Secretary : Olivia Estes
Every summer Key Club International celebrates a year of service at theinternational convention. Over 2,000 students and advisors gather together to introduce new programs, present awards to outstanding clubs, conduct the organization's business, attend educational workshops and elect international officers for the upcoming year.
Meet the Corresponding Secretary:
Meet the Treasurer : Lily Jacobs
Meet the Editor: Nikita Verma
Introducing Division 15’s New Lieutenant Governor Darren Kong It is with great excitement that I introduce myself as the new Lieutenant Governor of Division 15 of the New Jersey District of Key Club international for the 2014-2015 service year. My name is Darren Khong and I am currently a junior attending Millburn High School. I have been part of Key Club for the past two years and intend to take Division 15 to new heights in this next service year. Originally, I was skeptical about joining Key Club and I did not know about what the organization did. I was unsure about why anyone would have an attraction towards a club that focused on creating keys. However, my sophomore year, I decided to join the KFamily after being dragged to a meeting by my friends. At first, joining Key Club seemed like a good way to fluff up my college application, but within the first few meetings, I knew this would be more than just a way to stand out on a piece of paper.
I was inspired by the Since then, Key Club has words of my advisor that continuously offered have stuck with me many opportunities for throughout me to give back the entirety “I am here to serve all to the communiof you,, help you to of my Key ty, make new reach your goals, and Club carelationships, simultaneously work to and establish reer: “we fulfill my own.” do not myself as a pasmake keys, Darren Kong sionate but leader for service we do open new doors”. and change.
I have set many goals for this service year, and they include: • Increasing communication between the clubs in the division, as well as the communication between the clubs and myself • Having all dues paid early (if not on time) • Holding more divisional and interdivisional events • Training all officers before Fall Rally 2014 • Visiting each club in the division • Building new K-Family clubs in the division • Strengthening weaker clubs by all means possible, and necessary At New Jersey District Convention 2014, our Key Note Speaker, Steve Siemens, emphasized the importance of my job and told me to keep in mind that I should always “serve first, and lead second”. That is exactly what I’m here to do; I am here to serve all of you, help you to reach your goals, and simultaneously work to fulfill my own. I hope to make your goals feasible and bring this division to new heights by working together towards our common goal of serving the community.
CONTACT YOUR OFFICERS!!! President Evanie Anglade (973) 309-0325 email@example.com
Vice President Uma Sarwadnya (908) 566-2874 firstname.lastname@example.org
Recording Secretary Olivia Estes (973) 908-1558 email@example.com
Corresponding Secretary Leonard Santos (973) 557-6256 firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer Lily Jacobs (973) 641-8940 email@example.com
Editor Nikita Verma (973)-652-3717 firstname.lastname@example.org
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