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Garfield HS KEY CLUB The Official Newsletter of Garfield High School Key Club, Division 26 Meetings every Wednesday in Mr. Heye’s, room 309 (Thursday on early dismissal days)

Upcoming May DCM

Volume 5 Issue 8 May 16th , 2013

What: Joint May DCM — Divisions 26/27/28/32/33

When: 1:00-4:00pm on May 25th 2013 (Saturday)

Where: Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park (1201 Lake Washington Boulevard North, Renton) The May DCM will be a beach picnic/potluck! Key Clubbers from 5 different divisions will be taking part, so this will be a great chance to meet new people and reconnect with friends from DCON. There will be competitions, a scavenger hunt, beach time, and lots of food and friends. We will also be saying goodbye to our wonderful seniors! Rainbow Board points will be awarded to Garfield if you attend. Miracle Minute is happening! If $200 is raised, you can have a chance to pie the LTGs in the face. If $300 is raised, they’ll jump in the lake!

MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR Dear Key Clubbers, I hope you are having a great week so far—I know you’ve been sweating it through those AP tests and all! We’ve added new events, including local favorites such as the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Folklife! If you’ve never been to Folklife before, volunteering with Key Club is a great way to experience it, since you can enjoy the music and art during and after your shift. (The officers are very excited about this event as well) Also, the upcoming May DCM will be a joint DCM between several divisions, and it’s traditionally the DCM where we say goodbye to our graduating seniors. Last year’s May DCM was my first DCM ever, and it was definitely a fun and worthwhile experience. If you’ve never been to a DCM, you should definitely come!

In this issue: Upcoming May DCM...1 Upcoming Events….….2 Upcoming Events……..3 Calendar.……..………..3 Member Spotlight/ Contact…………..…….4

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-Reanne Wong

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Upcoming Events

EEU Auction May 18th (Saturday) Help out during the EEU Auction & dinner, which benefits school programs and funds teacher salaries. We will be volunteering as servers both indoors and outdoors on a lawn, so dress accordingly! Snacks provided. Leader: TBD | Time: 6:30pm-10:30pm or 11:00pm Location: University of Washington Center on Human Development and Disability (1701 NE Columbia Rd.)

Seattle Great Urban Race May 18th (Saturday) We will be assisting in an adventure race where teams are given clues and must explore the city to solve these clues! There is a waiver that must be signed; this will be emailed to you once you sign up. Limit 10 volunteers. Leader: Angel Yu | Time: 10:30am-5:00pm Location: World Sports Grille (731 Westlake Ave N.)

Northwest Folklife Festival May 26th (Sunday) Volunteers would be either greeting patrons into the Festival, handing out Festival guides and encouraging donations or helping out at our information booth by answering general questions. You can also enjoy the festival while you are there and even after your shift! Choose from 4 different shifts. Leader: TBD | Time: Shift #1: (10:00am-12:30pm) Shift #2: (12:45pm-2:45pm) Shift #3: (2:30pm-5:30pm) Shift #4: (5:15pm-8:00pm) Location: Seattle Center (305 Harrison St.)

Relay for Life June 1st- 2nd (Saturday – Sunday) Relay for Life is the main volunteer-driven cancer fundraising event for the American Cancer Society! You do not need to stay the entire 20 hours, but this is a great way to get your service learning hours in as well as helping the community. There is a $10 registration fee and if you are planning on spending the night you will need to raise $100! For teams, you can either sign up for Garfield High School Key Club #1 or #2. Leader: Jennifer Khuu and Kolena Dang | Time: 12:00pm-8:00am (next day) Location: Whitman Middle School Track (9201 15th Ave NW)

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Upcoming Events | Calendar Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Health & Fitness Expo

Birthdays for the Week

June 21st (Friday) Help out at the Health and Fitness Expo portion of the Seattle Rock ‘n’ Roll marathon! Volunteers will receive snacks and a free T-shirts. Choose from 2 different shifts.

Abby Takahashi (5/18)

Leader: TBD | Time: Shift #1: (9:00am-3:00pm) Shift #2: (2:00pm-8:00pm) Location: CenturyLink Field Event Center (800 Occidental Ave. S)

Enjoy your special day!

MAY Sunday

Monday 12

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Tuesday 14

Wednesday Thursday 15

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Friday

Saturday 17

EEU Auction

No meeting, enjoy your early dismissal!

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Seattle Great Urban Race 23

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Memorial Day: No School

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Joint May DCM!

Want to submit a photo, shout out, or interview question? Interested in becoming the next member of the issue? Let me know! 

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member

spotlight

Best Part of Key Club Helping out the community and getting to know the members

Favorite Key Club Event Operation Lunch Sack Favorite Childhood TV Show Arthur

Favorite TV Show Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Dream Vacation Spot Paris, France

Steven Sayasit (left) (Fundraising Committee) Class of 2014

Celebrity Crush Melanie Iglesias

Fact of the Issue: Key Club originated from a group called “Key Boys”. This evolved into Key Club, and became associated with Kiwanis International.

Board Member Contact Information Website: www.garfieldkeyclub.wix.com/ghskeyclub Official Club Email: garfieldkeyclub@gmail.com President: Terri Tran | tranterri96@gmail.com Vice President: Andrea Wong | dreasdreasx3@gmail.com Secretary: Angel Yu | sfangel.yu@gmail.com Treasurer: Emily Wong | emilyluvsguitar@gmail.com Bulletin Editor: Reanne Wong | reannewong@gmail.com Fundraising Chair: David Kim | davidkim0201@gmail.com Club Advisor: Mr. Heye | eheye@seattleschools.org

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