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KEY CLUB

Mount Si High School Key Club

Division 28

Pacific Northwest District Volume 1 Issue 3

Key Notes

January 2010 In this issue: New Officers ............... 1

New Officers

Key Clubbers of the Month........................... 2

Congratulations to everyone who got elected, and thanks to everyone who ran and everyone who voted! Here’s the election results, with 2 interesting facts about each person- one Key Club related, one not.

TREASURER Landon Storrud Landon was this year’s treasurer as well, and is once again the only male officer. He runs track and cross country.

Bell Ringing recap...... 3

PRESIDENT

PHOTOGRAPHER

DCON! ......................... 4

Lynell Solene Lynell has been involved in Relay for Life, and last year was walking laps around the track for hours on end. That’s commitment! Also, her family owns alpacas.

Jewell Dockery and Rachel Wachtendonk Jewell has been in Key Club longer than any of us, since her dad is Mr. Dockery. She is starting a Writing Club at Mount Si. Rachel is co-photographer, and unfortunately couldn’t be reached in time to get a fun fact.

VICE-PRESIDENT Heidi DeHart Heidi is in charge of the annual Relay for Life garage sale, held at her parents’ travel agency. She speaks Finnish!

SECRETARY Molly Mabel Molly is one of the November/December Key Clubbers of the month. She’s new to Key Club this year and is a very enthusiastic member! Her parents own a restaurant on the Ridge.

WEBMASTER Jenny Green Jenny is a Relay for Life captain and the webmaster both for the second year in a row. Outside of Key Club, she is, in her own words, “a pretty fly baker.”

EDITOR Riley Edwards That’s me! My fun fact is that I love it when you read the newsletter.

Meet Your Officers..... 3

Upcoming Events ....... 3

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Key Clubbers of the Month: November and December Meet Your Officers

Outstanding Leaders: Morgan Evans Carrie Miller Sonora Metreveli Bailey Wilkerson-Cooper

Madison Bardsley President Lynell Solene Incoming President lynell_solene@hotmail.com

The hard work of these four Key Clubbers is what made our Toy Drive a success. They organized a special holiday party meeting to wrap and decorate the drop-off boxes, and even invited the Twin Falls Middle School Key Club to come help. They distributed the boxes to the different locations, picked up the toys, and filmed a commercial to get the word out. This year’s Kiwanis toy drive/giving tree helped more than 600 children, and the dedication of Morgan, Carrie, Sonora and Bailey definitely made a difference. Thanks for your hard work!

Jewell Dockery Vice President Incoming photographer Grace Choe/Taylor Wood Secretary Molly Mabel Incoming Secretary mollyamabel@gmail.com Landon Storrud Treasurer Jenny Green Webmaster Riley Edwards Editor Brynn Davis Recycling coordinator Heidi Dehart Photographer Incoming Vice President Joe Dockery Staff advisor

Outstanding Volunteers: Molly Mabel New to Key Club this year, Molly jumped right in and started volunteering. She has helped with all the major projects in the clubthe yard cleanup, bell ringing, Unicef, and decorating boxes, picking up toys, and being part of the ad for the Toy Drive. When there’s something to help with, the default answer in her mind is yes, not no. She doesn’t see her service as a chore, it’s something she enjoys. She’s even volunteered to run for an officer position. Thanks, Molly!

Dave Humphrey Kiwanis advisor If you read this, mention it at the next Key Club meeting to claim your prize!

Sam O’Malie When no one is raising their hand to volunteer something, that’s when you can count on Sam to nod and say “I’m pretty sure I can do that, when would you like me to come?” Sam was a big help with making and selling cotton candy at the Friday night football games throughout the fall, and he continues to be a great volunteer, helping with bellringing and much more. Thanks, Sam!

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RECAP: Holiday Bell Ringing Thanks to everyone who helped ring the Salvation Army bell and showed their holiday spirit with carols, Santa hats, and even a tiny Christmas tree! All the money raised through the Salvation Army kettles goes directly back to families in the Valley. And it’s fun, too!

Upcoming Events Relay for Life Kickoff Wednesday, January 26th 6pm-8pm Snoqualmie Middle School Come learn what Relay for Life is all about. Key Club team registration will happen in a few weeks. For more information: www.snovalleyrelay.org

Twin Falls Hollywood Carnival: February 11th 6-9 pm Twin Falls Middle School Help run carnival booths at this dance/carnival event for middle school students. For more information: mshskc.shutterfly.com, Kimberley Houde at Kimberley@spanishacademy.org

calls to homeless people so they can reconnect with their families and maybe start the process of getting off the street. For more information: mshskc.shutterfly.com/calendar, www.mammashands.org

Leadership Weekend 1 pm Friday April 29th – 10 am Sunday May 1st Camp Waskowitz, North Bend Develop your service and leadership skills (and have lots of fun!) with this great camp put on by Kiwanis. For more information: http://slp.kiwanis.org/KeyLeader/registration.aspx, or ask one of our great Kiwanis advisors!

Mamma’s Hands Phone Home Program Wednesday, March 23rd 2:30-5:30 pm In-meeting service Instead of a regular meeting this day, we’ll all ride the Mamma’s Hands bus into Seattle to give food and offer phone

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Anatomy of a Key Clubber: DCON Edition Potential New Friends Smile

Thousands of Key Clubbers from Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and California stay in one hotel, so you meet new people all weekend!

Lots of DCON is spent listening to speakers and learning about service projects, but all of it is fun! With the dance, the spirit, and meeting the new District Governor, the whole weekend is like one big party.

Award! Our wonderful president from 2009-2010 won the Outstanding President award. There are lots of awards at DCON that our club members can apply for- there’s even a talent show!

Spirit Gear One of the most amazing parts of DCON is the spirit and the energy! With 2000 or so Key Clubbers, things get pretty loud and crazy.

District Convention

DCON

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When? 1pm March 25st- 10:30am March 27th Where? Seattle Doubletree Hotel

How much? Only $75 for the whole weekend, plus spending money and breakfast on Sunday Why? To meet Key Clubbers from all over the region, get inspired with great ways to serve, to go to officer training sessions, and to HAVE FUN! More information: http://mshskc.shutterfly.com/dcon

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Key Notes January 2011