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e h T g n i k r a B x o F Churchill-

Cottage

Grove-Creswell-

Elmira-Harrisburg-Marist-

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Eugene-Roseburg-Sheldon-South Eugene


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Table of Contents

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Lt.G Letter

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P.C.M Info

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Division 74 101

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Summer Service Projects

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Membership Update

PNW Social Media Next Newsletter

Back Cover

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P.C.M INFO

Presidential Council Meeting are monthly meetings that are meant to assess what your club has accomplished and address what still needs to be done. These meetings are for the president(s) of the club only. The next P.C.M will be held on September 1 at 12:30

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Division 74 101 Mascot: Fox

Cottage Grove        Creswell Elmira                     Marist North Eugene              Roseburg Sheldon                South Eugene

Club Count: 10

Harrisburg    Churchill

Know Your Key Acronyms D.C.M: Divisional Council Meeting A D.C.M is a meeting held every 3 months or so and is for anyone in the division to attend. We talk about upcoming events in the district and do service projects too. Next D.C.M in July, exact details will be announced via email soon.

P.C.M: Presidential Council Meeting A P.C.M is only for the club presidents. In these meetings we will talk about what your club has accomplished, struggles your club may face, and what is going on in the district. Info about the June P.C.M will be announced via email.

O.T.C: Officer Training Conference An O.T.C is only for officers who did not attend DCON. This where officers will learn their officer duties. This will be in either late June or early July, but exact details will be announced via email.

D.Con: District Convention

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DCON is where Key Clubbers from all around the district come together for a weekend in Seattle to celebrate the Key Club year. Next DCON will be March 8-10, 2019.

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Summer Service Projects There are a TON of service projects in your area, you just have to know where to find them. Luckily at pnwkeyclub.com you can find service projects to start up or you can contact local organizations in you community how you can help. Here are some places where you and your Key Club can help out over the summer.

The Thirst Project is our District

Fundraise for the Thirst

Project. Their goal is to have clean water accessible to everyone in

Project

Swaziland by 2022. More info on the next page.

Food for Lane County always needs volunteers for their Grassroots Garden. Email Dan

Help at a Food Bank

Budd for more info, dan@foodforlanecounty.org

Mt. Pisgah has an ongoing trail restoration program through the summer. Email the volunteer

Get Outdoors!

coordinator at volunteer@bufordpark.org for more info.

Get your Key Club together and plan service trip to the coast. You

Beach Cleanup

can pick up trash by the coast and have a fun time too!

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DO YOU WANT TO BE IN THE NEXT NEWSLETTER?

If you or your club wants to showcase their community service, have your president email me pictures that you took so that I can include them in the next newsletter.

Email: mayarios562@gmail.com Phone: (541) 912-2420

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