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Garfield HS KEY CLUB The Official Newsletter of Garfield High School Key Club, Division 26

Volume 5 Issue 9 May 23rd, 2013

Meetings every Wednesday in Mr. Heye’s, room 309

Kiss a Senior Good-bye It’s that bittersweet time of the year—the graduating seniors will be leaving for their next great adventure, and the end of the school year is only a few weeks away. Along with the yearly traditions of the graffiti wall, senior wills, and senior destinations, Key Club holds its annual Kiss a Senior Goodbye fundraiser, which raises money towards Key Club’s operating costs and DCON fees.

Orders can be placed in the Commons during lunch from May 22nd- June 4th, or you can find one of the officers during the day, as they will be carrying around order forms and example roses. You can write a note to your seniors, and the roses will be delivered by the end of the day on Purple & White.

Of course, there’s no actual kissing involved; but you can buy some sweet chocolate kiss roses for your departing senior friends. It’s a kind gesture that they’ll definitely appreciate.

Prices: 1 rose for $1 3 roses for $2 12 roses for $7

In this issue: Kiss a Senior Goodbye……………….1 Upcoming Events….….2 May DCM……..………..3 Calendar / Announcements………4

As always, more information is on the Facebook event page!

Member Spotlight/ Contact…………..…….5

MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR Dear Key Clubbers, I know it’s nearing the end of the school year, but Key Club still has tons of events and fun activities planned—service never sleeps, you guys! Today is our awesome ice cream party, all thanks to YOUR hard work. We will also be selling roses for our annual Kiss a Senior Goodbye fundraiser, engaging in fun volunteer events, and conducting weekly meetings as always. Shout-out to Arlen for bringing in his cool Key Club-themed mug to the meeting last week, and thank you so much for those who helped make roses for the Kiss a Senior Goodbye fundraiser. Enjoy your Memorial Day weekend, and be sure to come to the May DCM if you can. I hope to see you there or at Folklife!

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-Reanne Wong

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Upcoming Events 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: (2:30pm5:30pm) Shift #4: (5:15pm-8:00pm) Location: Seattle Center (305 Harrison St.)

Debate Tournament June 1st (Saturday) Assist with the debate tournament and enjoy watching the kids debate! There are a wide variety of volunteer jobs, including timing, setup, and cleanup. Leader: TBD | Time: 7:00am-12:00pm Location: Catharine Blaine K-8 School (2550 34th Ave W.)

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 GHS 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)

Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Health & Fitness Expo 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. Leader: TBD | Time: Shift #1: (9:00am-3:00pm) Shift #2: (2:00pm-8:00pm) Location: CenturyLink Field Event Center (800 Occidental Ave. S)

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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)

Why: 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 tons of food and friends. We will also be saying goodbye to our wonderful seniors! Rainbow Board points will be awarded to our Key Club if you attend, so come out and represent Garfield! If you want to see the LTGs from each of the different divisions pied or dunked in the lake, May 25th will be your lucky day. Miracle Minute is happening! If $200 is raised, you can have a chance to pie them in the face. If $300 is raised, they’ll jump in the lake!

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Calendar and Announcements


Monday 19





Wednesday Thursday








Meeting: Ice Cream Party!

Memorial Day: No School




NW Folklife Festival


Joint May DCM!


Debate Tournament Relay For Life

Birthdays for the Week Jennifer Khuu (5/22) Jennifer Huynh (5/23) Diana Nguyen (5/31) Enjoy your special day!

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

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Best Part of Key Club Meeting new people

Favorite Key Club Event Operation Sack Lunch

Dream vacation spot Brazil Favorite ice cream flavor Cookie dough and cookies & crème

Celebrity Crush Zac Efron

Carmen Phu Fundraising Committee Class of 2016

Favorite pick up line Are you a beaver? Cause DAMMMMM

Fact of the Issue: Graduating seniors can join Key Club International Alumni, and stay updated with Key Club. Stay active in the community during university and join Circle K!

Board Member Contact Information Website: Official Club Email: President: Terri Tran | Vice President: Andrea Wong | Secretary: Angel Yu | Treasurer: Emily Wong | Bulletin Editor: Reanne Wong | Fundraising Chair: David Kim | Club Advisor: Mr. Heye |


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