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Issue Four

Official Newsletter of Key Club • Pacific Northwest District • Division 38 3636 WOODVIEW TRACE INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46268 USA 1-800-KIWANIS FAX 1-317-879-0204


Greetings July 2011 Pg 2

Greetings

Pg 3

District Projects

Pg 4

International Projects

Pg 5

Upcoming Events

Pg 6

Points

Pg 7

Contact Information

A leader is a dealer in hope. Napoleon Bonaparte

Secret Word: Hope

Hello Division 38! Summer vacation is finally here! Hopefully you all are having a blast so far, I know mine has. I started it off at the Key Club International Convention and I have a lot of information to pass on to all of you. Please read and enjoy this newsletter, it contains a lot of important information. Please keep in touch with me if you have any questions or ideas. I look forward to seeing you all at the next DCM where we will be going over most of the things that are in this newsletter and finalizing a lot of our ideas, I would really love if I had everyone’s opinion include. See you soon and have an amazing summer!

Christina Schaller


District Project As most of you know the Pacific Northwest district project is KCCP, Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program. All of the Kiwanis family will be working together to do various things to help the children suffering from pediatrics cancer. We all will be doing our best to raise as much money as we can to help fund the research for a cure, there is no set goal on how much we will strive to make, we will all just raise and give as much as we can because no one knows how much it will cost to find a cure for pediatric cancer. Besides raising money, we will also be supporting the children in the hospitals by making trauma dolls, fleece blankets, cards and anything else that will help the children through this difficult time in their life. The hospital that we will be supporting is Seattle Children’s Teaching and Research Hospital. Each division has been given the opportunity to come up with their own way to support KCCP and division 38 has decided to design and sell rubber wristbands, please come to the next DCM where we will be finalizing some of our ideas.


International Projects

Key Club International has chosen three service organizations to partner up with and help. This first is the Eliminate project. Many women are losing their new born babies to maternal/neonatal tetanus. This disease destroys families; as soon as the babies are born they are separated from their mothers because the touch of anything including light will hurt them, a week later the babies pass away. The treatment for this disease is only $1.80, which is less expensive than most coffees. Key club will be working with Uniceft to raise money to help these families. Our other service partner is the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. They help support families and treat children with any kind of ailment from broken bones to any and all diseases. They help families first and think about money second, which is amazing for families with financial problems. Our last partner is the March of Dimes project. This is a walk that we take every year around downtown Olympia to raise money and awareness for prematurity. Babies are born too soon every day, and the March of Dimes project helps support these families affected by prematurity and help assure that the babies grow up happy.


Upcoming Events July DCM on the 21st! 1pm to 3pm. Please try your best to attend, I would like to have some of our ideas about T-shirts and KCCP finalized so that we can have it moving before school starts. I would also like to apologize to those that I have talked to about the date and have preferred the 20th, unfortunately the Shelton Kiwanis barbeque is on the same day, I really hope you will be able still attend.

Shelton Kiwanis Barbeque July 20th

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Seattle Rally will be held on August 15 at Kent Meridian High School. I strongly encourage everyone to attend it will be really fun. A lot of fun informational forums to help each and every one of you find out how to do your jobs better for next year. There will be lunch provided and the theme is Peace Love and Service. There is a five dollar fee and the application will be attached in an email. st Registration due August 1 .

Olympia High School is helping their local th Kiwanis with a roast beef sale, July 13 th through the 16 . The signup sheet is on the OHS Key Club Facebook page if you would like to help out.


Points Club th

Points

May 10 to June 10th Points

Committee Responses

Secret Word

Riddle Answer Total Points

15pts/person

3pts/person

5/3pts/answer

A G West Black Hills

80pts

15pts

0

0

95pts

Capital

80pts

0

6pts

3pts

89pts

North Thurston

80pts

0

0

0

80pts

Olympia

90pts

0

6pts

5pts

101pts

River Ridge

43pts

0

0

0

43pts

Shelton

75pts

15pts

3pts

0

93pts

Timberline

85pts

0

0

0

85pts

Tumwater

40pts

0

0

0

40pts

Olympia High School gets the prize at the July DCM for having the most points from May – June!

Congratulations


Contact Information PNW Executive Board

Administrators

Division 38

Varun Awasthi District Governor varun.awas@gmail.com

John Jay District Administrator jmjay@brainbridge.net

Christina Schaller Lieutenant Governor schaller.musik@hotmail.c om (360) 349-9775

Ariel Orasud Distirct Treasurer ariel.keyclub@gmail.com Emerson Kim District Secretary emersonkim1221@gmail.com

Suzanne Endroedy Assistant District Administrator Suzbeth1@comcast.net

MaryAlice Peng District Bullentin Editor maryalice.peng@gmail.com

There is a room which cannot be entered, what is it?

Try to answer and receive points! You don’t have to be right! : )


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