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Division 18 Newsletter Volume 4 Issue 1

A Letter From Your LTG… Hello Division 18, Throughout this special edition of our division 18 newsletter you will find information about important upcoming district and divisional events. International Convention and Regional Training Conferences are quickly approaching. Please read over the information carefully (some due dates are quickly approaching!) and let me know if you have any questions. If you are having trouble printing any of these documents just let me know. Also I am planning a president’s council meeting (a gathering of all club presidents and officers) some time in June. I will let you all know when I have more specifics on this event. I look forward to seeing you all soon!

Meagan Koch

Special Events Edition

Inside This Issue: -Welcome message….1 -RTCS…………..…2 -RTC Flyer…………3 -ICON……………..4 -ICON Registration…5 -Important Contacts..6 -Calendar…………7

New Jersey District of Key Club Imagine this – over 2,00 Key Clubbers from around the world gathered in one room… at the same time….for the same cause. From July 7 – July 10, Key clubbers from Districts around the world will come together to celebrate another year of Service to our homes, schools and communities. This year it will take place at the 67th Annual Key Club International Convention in Memphis, Tennessee There will always be something to do, whether it is evaluating this year’s candidates for Key Club International office, hearing a motivational speaker or learning more about the phenomenal programs that Key Club International offers, or dancing!! The New Jersey District of Key Club will be traveling by bus to Memphis for the Key Club International Convention. We will leave New Jersey from two locations yet to be determined. on Sunday July 4, 2010 at 8 AM and the second location at 9 AM . We will arrive in Sandusky, OH at Cedar Point Amusement Park at 5 PM and spend the evening there and see the Fire Works. We will stay in Sandusky overnight and return to the park in the morning and stay till 3 PM. We will then leave Sandusky and travel south toward Memphis stopping in Nashville on Monday evening. On Tuesday morning we will go into Memphis and visit Graceland and have dinner at Neely’s BBG and spend the night at a Holiday Inn express in Memphis. On Wednesday we will visit the Memphis Zoo and the Civil Rights Museum and visit Beal St in downtown Memphis, before we check into the Marriott for the convention. The convention will run from Wednesday night to Saturday night at the Marriott Hotel, beginning with a Concert and Meet and Greet session on Wednesday evening. Sunday morning we will check out of the Marriott and start home spending the night in Wytheville, VA. Monday morning we will leave Wytheville, VA and start home arriving in New Jersey at about 7 PM. The package, is $ 850.00 quad occupancy for students, which includes convention registration fee, transportation, hotels, tours, two dinner meals, continental breakfast each morning while traveling, and a breakfast in our suite while at the convention. Also included are admissions to all parks and venues we will visit. All other food expenses are your responsibility. The first payment of $450.00 is due no later than May 15, 2010 to the address below:

Please feel free to contact at any time Mr. Werfel if you have any questions or .

If you are interested in attending international convention and would like the complete registration packet, feel free to contact me. ***the registration form is due May 15th









Important Dates: May: 10th: Club Monthly Report Form Due! 22nd: RTC SOUTH – Brick Memorial High School 23rd: RTC NORTH- Morris Knolls High School 15th: Icon Primer Due

June: 10th: Club Monthly Report Form Due!

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by meagan koch