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IMPAKT NEW JERSEY DISTRICT EDITOR PAK CHAU| VOLUME I ISSUE 5


TABLE OF

CONTENTS COVER 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 EDITOR’S MESSAGE 4 FALL RALLY RECAP 4 FALL RALLY RECAP 5 TIPS AND TRICKS 6 TIPS AND TRICKS 7 PHOTO PAGE 8 CONTACTS 9 BACK COVER 10


THE SUPERHERO

CAMERA F

FALL RAL

SIX FLAG GREA

FALL RALLY REVIEWS PREDICTED PERCENT OF RAIN (60%)

PERCENT OF FUN IN THE SUN (100%)

“GREATEST COMMUNITY SERVICE MEETING SINCE KEY CLUB’S INCEPTION” - RYAN CLARKIN (NJ KEY CLUB GOVERNOR)

FALL R

RECORD BREAKING

Year after year, the New Jersey District of Key Club International had strived to reach th hours the night before practicing script parts, all the work paid off! This year, 3039 atten so the whole event went smoothly and Key Clubbers form all over the district enjoyed th sion 15 of the New Jersey District got the pleasure of winning the coveted spirit stick!

RYAN CLARKIN CLARK KENT

PENNY XU CAT WOMAN

Through the efforts of advertising through the Public Relations Committee, Fall Rally Programs Committee, and Fall Rally Registration Committee as well as each of the lieutenant governors from each division, the turnout of Fall Rally was nothing less than marvelous. The tools for schools collection surpassed the previous year’s collections with the table and even the floor of the collection area filled with new school supplies. They were shipped to the New Jersey Food Bank to be redistributed to the underprivileged that are in need of supplies.

SIX FLAGS GRE


OES OF SERVICE

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DIVISION THAT WON THE FALL RALLY SPIRIT STICK FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW THIS YEAR’S LTG: HAMIYYET

EDITOR’S LETTER Dear New Jersey District Board, After the months, weeks, and hours of hard work, I’m proud to say we’ve put together nothing but the best. We broke the record for the most attendees at Fall Rally in New Jersey History. A whole 3039 Key Clubbers together celebrating the upcoming year of service; what a sight it was.

FLASH PAK

LLY 2013

AT ADVENTURE

RALLY

G 3039 ATTENDEES

he goal of 3000 Key Clubbers at the annual Fall Rally event. After months of planning and dees were present to celebrate the year of service. The anticipated rain failed to drizzle and he day riding on rides without the fear of torrential downpour. Among the attendees, Divi-

PAK CHAU THE FLASH

KELLY TRAN WONDER WOMAN

EAT ADVENTURE

Although one of our biggest events past, we can’t stop. District Convention is just a couple months away. Can you believe it? It has almost been a whole year since we’ve been elected into our positions! Let’s make this District Convention, “Service Around the World”, an event that will be talked about around the world! Remember to do your newsletters! Ten are due by District Convention! Yours in Caring and Service, Pak Chau 2013-2014 New Jersey District Editor New Jersey District of Key Club International Egg Harbor Township High School Key Club


THINGS TO PUT IN NEWSLETTERS AND HO

Many of you might be taking psychology or some equivalent in school right now or maybe you might have tot take it in your future college course. Some of you m fonts, colors, and other elements of a newsletter can affect the overall newsletter and this issue is going to focus on shapes. Like colors and fonts, shapes also giv happens to be placed horizontally or vertically, shapes also have underlying meaning. We often associate traits with certain things that we subconsciously think. phrases, and traits were often affiliated with those shapes:

SQUARE

CIRCLE

STABILITY, STRENGTH, POWER, BALANCE, RELIABILITY, EQUAL, AND EFFICENCY

LOVE, FRIENDSHIP, CARING, AFFECTION, PROTECTION, AND COMPASSION

TRIANGLE

RECTANGLE

ENERGY, SCIENCE, RELIGION, MASULINE, AGGRESSION, LAW, AND MOVEMENT

ORDER, SECURITY, LOGIC, AND OTHERS SIMILAR TO SQUARE QUALITIES

SHAPES

F

S

M RE

Alth base shap psych fecti orde mov circl

Alth same


HORIZONTAL

FEMININE, PEACEFUL, REST, CALM, WEAK, SILENT, TRANQUILLITY, AND STILL

VERT ICAL

MASCULINE, BRUTAL, ECKLESS, DOMINATE, COURAGE, BRAVE, AND DYNAMIC

hough most people don’t pick out graphics or create logo ed on simply just the shape, its important to keep in mind pe psychology. In the industry, many famous brand use shape hology in order to advertise their products correctly and efively. For example, Mitsubishi Motors uses the triangle in er to portray its car brand as being heavily focused on car vement and performance. Disney’s typographic “I” uses the le which portrays happiness as suggested by the psychology.

hough this all might sound like science fiction, it works the e way as subliminal messages. Be sure to use the right shape!

CURVE

RHYTHM, HAPPINESS, PLEASURE, FEMININE, JOY, GENEROSITY, AND BLISS

CHECK

ENERGETIC, ANGER, VIOLENCE, LIVELY, RAPID, FAST, AND EXPLOSIVE

IMPORTANT DATES: NOVEMBER 16TH-17TH (NOVEMBER BOARD) DECEMBER 1ST (DUES DEADLINE) JANUARY 11TH-12TH (JANUARY BOARD MEETING)

DUE DATES, UPDATES, TUTORIALS, AND

might just be interested in everyday shapes that might see in every day life. For the past couple issues, I’ve went over what ve off a certain image. Other than just being a polygon with certain properties like having right angles or being a line just . After doing so extensive research into logo making and image psychology, here were some of the results of what words,

HELPFUL TIPS AND TRICKS

OW TO USE THE BRAND GUIDE


DISTRICT GOVERNOR Ryan Clarkin Vernon Township High School 862-397-9508 (Cell) governor.clarkin@gmail.com Ry’s Review Volume II

2013-2014 NEW JERSEY DISTRICT

DISTRICT TREASURER

DISTRICT BOARD CONTACTS

DISTRICT WEBMASTER Yuya Jeremy Ong Tenafly High School 201-367-8531 (Cell) njwebmasteryuya@gmail.com The TechKey

Penny Xu Parsippany Hills High School 973-462-3595 (Cell) njtreasurerpennyxu@gmail.com Penny’s Press Volume II

DISTRICT SECRETARY

DISTRICT EDITOR

Kelly Tran Egg Harbor Township HS 609-432-9204 (Cell) dsectrank@gmail.com Kelly’s Transmission Volume II

Pak Chau Egg Harbor Township HS 609-513-7313 (Cell) district.editor.pak@gmail.com IMPAKT

Division 1A Kyra Adams Lower Cape May Reg. HS 609-846-5015 (Cell) kyraadams.ltg1a@gmail.com

Division 4 Kevin Huang North Brunswick High School 732-763-8603 (Cell) khuangltgdivision4@gmail.com

Division 9 Elina Hsueh Holmdel High School 732-241-4166 (Cell) elinahsuehltg9@gmail.com

Division 14 Michelle Desjardins Union High School 908-591-2133 (Cell) michelled.ltg.div14@gmail.com

Division 18 Tyler Katz West Essex High School 201-396-3407 (Cell) tkatzltg18@gmail.com

Division 1B Cynthia Thurairajah Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 609-440-3366 (Cell) cynthia.ltg1b@gmail.com

Division 5 Taylor Rossi Southern Regional High School 609-661-9022 (Cell) ltgtaylordiv5@gmail.com

Division 10 Richa Deshpande JP Stevens High School 732-476-7920 (Cell) richa.ltg.div10@gmail.com

Division 15 Hamiyyet Bilgi HCST: County Prep 201-640-0155 (Cell) hamiyyetb.ltg15@gmail.com

Division 19 Klesa Achaibar Montville Twp High School 973-697-2629 (Cell) klesa.ltg19@gmail.com

Division 11 Eric Zhu Piscataway, NJ 08854 732-570-6129 (Cell) lt.eric.zhu@gmail.com

Division 16 Erik Lim Tenafly High School 201-660-3020 (Cell) ltgerik@gmail.com

Division 20 Michaela Patoilo Roxbury High School 973-864-0723 (Cell) michaela.ltgdiv20@gmail.com

Division 2 Division 6 Joelle Feshuk Hannah Hickman Mainland Regional High School Brick Memorial High School 609-770-1938 (Cell) 732-804-7518 (Cell) ltgdiv2.jfeshuk@gmail.com hannahhickmanltg6@gmail.com Division 3A Nicole Lema Burlington Township High School 856-864-6164 (Cell) nicole.ltg.div3a@gmail.com

Division 7 Lindsey O’Brien Jackson Liberty High School 732-682-2145 (Cell) lindseyltgdiv7@gmail.com

Division 12 Sam Levisay Phillipsburg High School 908-319-9990 (Cell) samlevisayltgdiv12@gmail.com

Division 3B Shivani Talwar Eastern High School 856-745-4123 (Cell) shivani.ltgdiv3b@gmail.com

Division 8 Adam Rubin MAST 732-320-8036 (Cell) ltg.adam.div8@gmail.com

Division 13 Jeet Patel John F. Kennedy Memorial HS 732-609-3604 (Cell) ltgdiv13jeet@gmail.com

Division 17 Division 21 Elizabeth (Liz) Wallace Sarah McGuire Bloomfield High School Vernon Township HS 973-934-7584 (Cell) 973-271-2701 (Cell) elizasarahmcguireltg21@gmail.com beth.wallace.ltg17@gmail.com

2013 2014

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The IMPAKT Volume I Issue 5  

The official newsletter of the New Jersey District Editor Pak Chau.

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