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The Official D28N August Newsletter!

Division 28 North Newsletter 2013-2014 | Issue #2 | August 2013 Region 5 | Cali-Nev-Ha District | Key Club International


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From the LTG to you

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Club Stories

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Phoenix Events/Stories

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Things to Note

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Eliminate Project

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Eliminate Project

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Spotlight

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Question Time

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Upcoming Events

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Contact Info

“The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them

into

the

Arthur C. Clarke

impossible.”


-Christopher Bui Lieutenant Governor


Do NOT show up later than 15 minutes after a DCM starts. No matter who you are you will not be allowed into the meeting if you are late. Also note that DCMs are in schools, which means you must still abide by school dress code! Please try to be on time and wear appropriate clothing.

When: November 9, 2013 At the moment it is approximately $135! Keep saving up your money phoenixes! Don’t forget that the money is due at RTC!

It is 10:1 per gender. For example if there’s one girl and one boy going then you will need one male and one female chaperone to attend. This only refers to overnight events such as DCON or ICON.

When: October 12, 2013 Where: Centennial High School Theme: Supernatural RTC is $35 this year! This does not include the price of your club shirts. Money is due by next month’s DCM!


How are we helping? Maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) is With The Eliminate Project, Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. This deadly disease steals the lives of nearly 60,000 innocent babies and a significant number of women each year. The effects of the disease are excruciating — tiny newborns suffer repeated, painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to light and touch. To eliminate MNT from the Earth, more than 100 million mothers and their future babies must be immunized. This requires vaccines, syringes, safe storage, transportation, thousands of skilled staff and more. It will take US$110 million — and the dedicated work of UNICEF and every member of the Kiwanis family. Kiwanis and UNICEF joined forces to tackle iodine deficiency disorders, achieving one of the most significant public health successes of the 20th century. Now, they are eliminating MNT from the face of the Earth. And in doing so, the project will reach the poorest, most neglected mothers and babies with additional lifesaving health care. The end of this one disease means the beginning of better health for so many families.

devastating, killing women and babies in the poorest countries of the world. But we can rock the world with hope. Key Club members are teaming up with the entire Kiwanis family and UNICEF to help save and protect women and their future babies around the world with The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus. Through The Eliminate

•Neonatal tetanus kills one baby every nine minutes— nearly 60,000 newborns every year.

Project, the Kiwanis family will change the world. MNT

•To eliminate MNT from the Earth, more than 100 million must be immunized to protect themselves and their future newborns. This requires vaccines, syringes, safe storage, transportation, thousands of skilled staff and more.

affects many, many mothers

•It will take US$110 million—and the dedicated work of UNICEF and every member of the Kiwanis family.

it's going to take the help of

•Kiwanis and UNICEF joined forces to tackle iodine deficiency disorders, achieving one of the most significant public health successes of the 20th century.

and babies in the poorest countries of the world, and

many, many people to eliminate it from the world.


Trick-or-Treat for Unicef: http://sites.kiwanis.org/Kiwanis/ en/theELIMINATEproject/SLP/Tri ckortreatforUNICEF.aspx Eliminate Week: http://sites.kiwanis.org/Kiwanis/ en/theELIMINATEproject/SLP/Eli minateWeek/EliminateWeek_Key Club.aspx


 A-TECH is the club of the month! A-TECH always completes their MRFs and has done major preparations for their freshman orientation. Their determination and hard work has earned them this award. Congratulations and please continue to help out each other and the community.

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The theme for RTC this year is supernatural, what supernatural being would you be and why?

I would be a Unicorn, so I can have a horn on my head!

A PHOENIX! MWAHAHAHAHA! They are magical beings that fly around being awesome, with a spirit that shall never end ever. WORD!

Hung Le, Atech

Daniel Lang, Atech

This might sound bizarre but if I could be

I want to be a vampire, so I can attack people at night!!!

any supernatural being I think I'd be a talking tree. I mean, they seem so wise and chill. But in the lord of the rings they walk so I think that'd be awesome. You get to tell travelers what's up, live for years, and run if someone tries to cut you down. Talking trees know how to live life.

Maria Keang, East Tech Wardell Freeman, Rancho


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A Kiwanis-family member keyclub.org


District Governor

Victoria Lai

cnhkc.dg1314@gmail.com

District Secretary

Amanda Redublo

cnhkc.ds1314@gmail.com

District Treasurer

Johansen Pico

cnhkc.dt1314@gmail.com

District Tech Editor

Lincoln To

cnhkc.dte1314@gmail.com

Lieutenant Governor Christopher Bui

d28n.cnhkc.lgt@gmail.com

Executive Assistant

Wardell Freeman

d28n.cnhkc.ea@gmail.com

Secretary

Maria Keang

d28n.cnhkc.dsec@gmail.com

Specialist

Thomas Gonzalez

d28n.cnhkc.ds@gmail.com

Tech Editor

Numfon Vilay

d28n.cnhkc.dteched@gmail.com

702-376-9039 702-348-4618 702-502-6534 702-513-8745 702-776-5802


a Kiwanis-family member keyclub.org 3636 WOODVIEW TRACE INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46268 • 317.875.8755 • US AND CANADA: 1-800-KIWANIS

Get ready for school!


August 2013 newsletter