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Official Newsletter of Mount Si High School Key Club: Division 28 Volume 1 Issue 4

Key Notes

April 2011

In this issue: DCON........................... 1

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From Friday, March 25 to Sunday, March 27, eighteen Key Clubbers from Mount Si went and joined the fun at the annual Pacific Northwest District Convention. DCON has a few main purposes- to bring Key Clubbers from different schools, cities, and states together to share service ideas, to elect a new district board (the officers for the whole Pacific Northwest region, from Northern California to British Columbia and Alaska), and to build up spirit and enthusiasm for what Key Club is all about- service. You haven’t experienced true Key Club spirit until you’ve cheered “We feel good!” along with more than 1500 teenagers from five states and one province. Read on for more convention highlights…

New Lieutenant Governor ..................... 2 District Board election results............................ 2 Best Website Award .. 2 DCON photos ............. 3 Upcoming Events ....... 4

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Think DCON looks fun? Try ICON, Key Club’s International Convention! Phoenix, AZ June 29th-July3rd

more info: www.keyclub.org


DCON News Meet your new Lieutenant Governor The new Lieutenant Governor for Division 28 is Kaileen Dougherty, a junior at Issaquah High School. She is on the IHS Cross Country and Track teams. She’s also very involved in her community. This past year she served as president of the IHS Key Club. She went to Key Club’s International Convention last summer. All of us who met her at DCON were struck by her enthusiasm and friendliness. Her goals this year include visiting all of the clubs in her division more than once and organizing some inter-club events, so we can look forward to meeting Key Clubbers from other schools. She also hopes to double the number of DCON attendees from Division 28, and to recognize members and projects that really stand out.

New District Board After hearing the candidates’ speeches and asking them questions, two delegates from each club voted on this year’s District Board. Our delegates, Heidi and Lynell, did a great job and the board looks very promising. District Governor: Varun Awasthi Secretary: Emerson Kim Treasurer: Ariel Orasud Bulletin Editor: Mary Alice Peng (from Division 28!) Delegates also voted to endorse candidates for international positions, meaning we support them to run at ICON in June. International President endorsement: Annie Lewandowski International Trustee Endorsement: Josiah Zitterkob, Yoo Eun Kim

Best Website Award Thanks to all the hard work of Jenny Green, our club won the award for Best Website! We were the only club from Division 28 (Bellevue, Interlake, Issaquah, Liberty, Mount Si, Mercer Island, Newport, Sammamish, and Skyline) to win an award.

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DCON Photos

SERVE SPIRIT: 28 Dominate!

The Key Club Cheer

Hey Key Clubbers, how do you feel? We feel good! Oh, we feel so good! (Uh!) Double it up! (Uh, uh!) Triple it up! (Uh, uh, uh!) One long uh! (Uuuuh!) Rapper style! (Uh-uh-uh-uh-uh.) If you go to DCON or Seattle Rally, be prepared to yell this at the top of your lungs. The division with the most spirit wins the Spirit Stick (And better seats at next year’s DCON), so learn the cheer and yell it loud!

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UPCOMING EVENTS Special Olympics Mount Si High School April 2nd, 9am

Relay for Life Garage Sale CTT Destinations, Snoqualmie June 4th-5th 9am-5pm both days

Come help kids who otherwise wouldn’t get a chance to compete in sports due to developmental disabilities. You can help by running a water stand, concession stand or event, or being partnered with an athlete to cheer them on. Contact Mr. Kinnune or Amanda Beekman for more information or to volunteer: kinnunejrc@svsd410.org, ambeekman93@hotmail.com

This is our MOST IMPORTANT fundraiser for Relay for Life. We need EVERYONE to bring in a large-ish box or two of stuff their family doesn’t need anymore (clothes, shoes, holiday decorations, dishes, toys, books, etc.) so that we have enough stuff to sell. This is a really fun event, but its success depends on everyone’s contributions. So please do your part and bring donations for the garage sale! Contact Heidi DeHart at dark.moonless@hotmail.com for more information, or just ask at a Key Club meeting.

YMCA Healthy Kids Day Snoqualmie Valley YMCA/Community Center April 16th, 8am-2pm Help at a registration booth; craft, snack, or activity booth; as a parking attendant or bouncy house attendant at the Y’s largest event for families. You’ll get a free t-shirt, breakfast, and lunch Contact Stacy Holdren for more information: sholdren@seattleymca.org

Mountains to Sound Greenway Events Various locations throughout the Valley Every Saturday in April, 9am-3pm Come plant trees, remove invasive plants, or maintain hiking trails with

We want to hear from YOU! Got a cause you want to support, a fundraiser you want to have, or an idea on how to spice up our Key Club meetings and draw in more members? Let us know! Key Club is about high school students wanting to serve their community, so we need to know who you want to serve and how. Without input from club members, our Key Club has no way of making a difference in the world. Even if you want to point out a problem that you don’t have a solution for, just contact one of your officers and we’ll do our best to solve it. We want our Key Club to be the best that it can be. Thanks!

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other environmentally-minded volunteers. You will need to sign up ahead of time and get a waiver form signed by a parent. See http://mshskc.shutterfly.com or http://mtsgreenway.org/volunteer for more details. Key Leader Weekend Camp Waskowitz, North Bend April 29th-May 1st Come spend a weekend developing your leadership skills in this camp put on by Kiwanis to benefit you. You’ll have a lot of fun and get great experiences that you can use as a leader in Key Club, school, and everywhere else. Cost is $175 for Key Club members, $200 for non-Key Club members. Contact to our Kiwanis Advisor, Dave Humphrey at dphumphrey@comcast.net for more information.

Meet Your Officers Lynell Solene president Heidi DeHart vice-president Molly Mabel secretary Landon Storrud treasurer Jenny Green webmaster Riley Edwards editor Brynn Davis recycling coordinator Rachel Wachtendonk, Jewell Dockery photographers Joe Dockery staff advisor Dave Humphrey Kiwanis advisor

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April 2011 Key Notes  

Mount Si Key Club's monthly newsletter- DCON highlights, upcoming events

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