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September Volume:

2018

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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


Letter From Your Lt. G Hello Division 74! I hope you all had a fantastic September filled with service. This month is the start of the anual Trickor-Treat for UNICEF campaign! This is a fun uneasy way to earn money for a great cause: prenatal tetanus vaccines. This month is a great planning month for the Thirsty 30 campaign starting November 1st. Thirsty 30 is a free and low-maintenance project that helps fundraise for our district project. I hope you all enjoy and I wish you a fantastic October!

In care and service, Maya Rios

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What: Raising money for tetanus shots When: All of October What your club can do: Order your boxes at kiwanis.org and start fundrasing!

Every Penny Counts!

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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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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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Thirsty 30 Campign

Key Club is teaming up with Thirst Project to dominate the global water crisis! This November, we will participate in Thirsty 30. Clubs will collectively commit to raise money for clean water projects in Swaziland. Here is how to get started and feel free to join in the fun anytime before the official launch in November!Â

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THIRST PROJECT

Here is some information about out district service project, the Thirst Project. Their goal is to bring the entire nation of Swaziland clean water by the year 2022. If your club wants to do a fundraiser, here is 8 some information that could help.

Check them out! They some really cool stuff. thirstproject.org

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Division 74 101 Mascot: Fox

Cottage Grove        Creswell

Elmira         Marist North Eugene          Roseburg

Club Count: 10

Sheldon     South Eugene 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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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: ltg74@pnwkeyclub.org Phone: (541) 912-2420

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