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6320 JEFFERSON ST.NE FRIDLEY, MN  55432 USA  (612)­986­6287  (soccer33@emailaccount.com)

Official Newsletter From The New Division 5 Lieutenant Governor.

“From my hands to yours.”

Volume 1   Issue 1 June   

In this issue!

Meet you new Lieutenant. Well for starters I’m Adam Yousef, I’m going to be a junior this upcoming school year. I’m a pretty outgoing person and easy to talk to, I love music, hanging out with friends, and texting. Key club I can truly say is my life, I joined Key club my freshmen year in high school because I love to volunteer and help out the people around me. Each year I put in countless hours and rise up and help out when ever needed. Being in Key club has shown me how much fun you can have when you’re putting your time and energy into something you love.

I am in need for updated contact info, Please email me as soon as possible it would be gladly appreciated.

Contact info needed. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Publicist Κ iwanis, and Faculty Advisor

WHAT CONTACT INFO is needed. Name (First/Last) Address Phone Number E-mail

Meet your new Lieutenant Gov ......................................1 International convention2 Major Emphases Programs ......................................3 District Board plus my contact  information....................4

Quote of the month. We make a living by what we do, but we make a life by what we give. ~Winston Churchill


International Convention 2010                                                                  

The 67th Annual Key Club International Convention is scheduled for July  7–11, 2010, in Memphis, Tennessee. Convention events will take place at  the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts and the Memphis Cook  Convention Center. Did you know the 1948 Key Club International Convention was also in  Memphis? Back then, convention registration was just $5! Read about the  1948 Key Club International Convention in the 

A shortened icon schedule  

Wednesday, July 7 10 a.m.–7:30 p.m.        Registration 8–10 p.m.                    Relient K concert 10–11 p.m.                  Meet and Greet

Fun facts about Memphis Thursday, July 8 • “Memphis” is also the name of an ancient Egyptian capital.

9 a.m.–6:30 p.m.          Registration  10–10:50 a.m.              Workshops

• It is the largest city in Tennessee, with about 670,000 residents, known  as “Memphians.” • Former Key Club member and music icon Elvis Presley’s former home,  Graceland, is here. It is the second­most visited house in the United  States (the first is the White House). 

11–11:50 a.m.             Workshops 2–4 p.m.                      Service Fair “Follow the Yellow Brick Road of Service” and                                      Louisiana­Mississippi­West Tennessee service project to  benefit St. Jude's  7–9 p.m.                      Opening Session—Bo Shafer 9:30–11:30 p.m.           Jailhouse Rock dance

• Civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in 1968 at  the Lorraine Motel. The motel is now the site of the National Civil Rights  Museum.

Friday, July 9 7:30–11:30 a.m.           District caucusing  

• Johnny Cash, Elvis and B.B. King, known as the “Kings” of country, rock  ‘n’ roll and blues, respectively, all got their start in Memphis in the 1950s. • Barbecue and the blues both are huge here, and both are available in  abundance on Beale Street.

2–2:50 p.m.                  Workshops 3–3:50 p.m.                  Workshops 6:30–8:30 p.m.             Recognition Session—Clay Aiken Saturday, July 10 7–8 a.m.                       Charity walk to benefit Friend a Gorilla

• Piggly Wiggly, the first self­service grocery store, was opened in  Memphis in 1916. • Sun Studio, the famous, downtown Memphis recording studio where  Elvis—and many other musicians—got their start is still a functioning  studio and a museum.

8–9 a.m.                       Celebration breakfast 10–10:50 a.m.              Workshops 3–3:50 p.m.                  Workshops 7–9 p.m.                       Farewell Session 9:30–11:30 p.m.           1970s dance


Major Emphases Programs 

What is MEP? MEP stands for Major Emphasis Programs. Since 1925, Key Club International has provided more than 12 million hours of service to homes, schools and communities each year. From building bridges, to collecting over six tons of food, thousands of dollars raised for cancer research, helping eliminate iodine deficiency disorder, Key Club International plays a vital role in serving the children of the world. Every Key Club has the authority to select its own service projects because there usually are many more service needs in a community than there are service clubs and agencies to meet them. However, all Key Clubs are asked to participate in the Major Emphasis Program (MEP): “Children: Their Future, Our Focus.” Our three programs that we work with are Children’s Miracle Network, March   of Dimes, and Unicef. Our service initiative for the year of 2008­2010 was   live to learn.


District Board And My Contact Information

District Board (2010-2011) Governor Christina Nystrom Secretary Nikki Sondergaard Webmaster & Bulletin Editor Nate Borth Division 1 Liaison Ciara Garrick-Kittleson Division 2 Liaison Kyra Schwalbe Ltg 3 Caitlin Stroup Ltg 4 Mary Lu Kavanagh-Beltman Ltg 5 Adam yousef Ltg 6 Natalya Thakur Ltg 7 Tim Goh Division 8 Liaison Monika Anderson Ltg 9 Kelly Adler Division 10 Liaison Jennifer Koester

 

My Contact Information. Cell phone (612)-986-6287 If I do not pick up please leave voice mail with your Name, Club Position, and what Key club your with. Email-soccer33@emailaccount.com Skype- adam.yousef33 Facebook- Adam cakes Yousef Home Address – 6320 Jefferson st.ne Fridley, Mn 55432

Feel free to contact me anytime I am quick to respond. Thank you all.


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