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Garfield HS KEY CLUB Volume 5 | Issue 43 Volume 5 | Issue 37

The Official Newsletter of James A. Garfield High School Key Club, Division 26

January 22 nd, 2014

Division 26 LTG Election Please welcome Kevin Ngo from Mt. Rainier High School as your 2014-2015 Lieutenant Governor! Kevin was elected among the three candidates at the January DCM at the Southwest Library on Saturday. Each candidate had to prepare a speech and answer questions, and two delegates from each Division 26 school casted their votes to select the winning candidate. Even though Garfield’s candidate, Bradley Kim, did not win, every candidate in the election did a great job and deserves recognition for it!

MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR Dear Key Clubbers, I hope you enjoyed your long weekend, especially those of you who decided to spend it volunteering at the MLK Day of Service instead! Saturday was the January DCM, aka the LtG election rally for Division 26. After DCON, the old officers, including the current club officer board and LtG, will retire and be replaced by newly elected officers. The club meetings for this week and next week will be dedicated to selecting the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, bulletin editor, and fundraising chair for the next Key Club year. Please do drop in and vote for a candidate! I will be running for vice president, so I’d really appreciate your support. Jennifer Wang is also running unopposed for the position of 2014-2015 bulletin editor, so she will be replacing me in the coming months! As a reminder, DCON forms are due absolutely no later than January 30th. Your hours are also due by February, and even if you’ve already achieved the required 30-60 hours, I encourage you to be one of those people on the 65 hours list! You can do it, I believe in you!  Reanne Wong

Calendar &Events JANUARY-FEBRUARY Sunday














PTSA Bake Sale #2



Saturday 25 -Climb -Lunar New Year -Film Fest

Family Fitness Night

Daniel Leong (1/22)




31 Charity Wedding Gown Sale

1 Charity Wedding Gown Sale


January 22nd (Wednesday)

January 25th (Saturday)

Time: 4:30pm-8:00pm Location: Van Asselt Elementary School (8311 Beacon Ave S)

Shifts: 9:00am-12:00pm, 12:00pm-3:00pm, 3:00pm6:00pm (sign up for one or multiple) Location: International District

Come help manage booths and help the community get active at the Family Fitness Night! There is a limit of 5 volunteers.

Help set up, guide people around, assist in various booths, conduct surveys, and clean up. There is no volunteer limit as of now!

FIGHT FOR AIR CLIMB (CLOSED) January 25th (Saturday) Time: Varies by shift Location: Rainier Tower (1301 5th Ave S) Volunteer at this event to benefit the American Lung Cancer Association! There are several different positions and shifts that you can sign up for. You will receive a t-shirt and can go to the after party.

Additional Events CHILDREN’S FILM FEST PANCAKE BREAKFAST January 25th (Saturday) Shifts: Varies by shift Location: Greek Orthodox Church (1804 13th Ave) Help set up and cleanup the pancake breakfast! This is basically the children’s version of SIFF.

TET IN SEATTLE January 25 (Saturday), January 26 (Sunday) Shifts: Varies by shift Location: Seattle Center (305 Harrison St) Sign up by filling out this form: You must sign up using both this online form and on the signup sheet during the meeting! This is a festival celebrating Tet (Vietnamese/ Lunar New Year). Positions include setup, opening ceremony, information booth, spelling bee/knowledge bowl, and cleanup.




CHARITY WEDDING GOWN SALE January 31st (Friday) February 1st (Saturday) Time: Varies by shift Location: Arctic Club Seattle (700 3rd Ave) You will experience the joy of assisting a new bride as she chooses her "dream gown" while meeting some of the nicest people. The proceeds of this event go towards Brides Against Breast Cancer, which assists breast cancer patients and their families, so you’re doubling the positive impact!

SEARCH FOR MEANING BOOK FESTIVAL February 15th (Saturday) Shifts: Varies by shift Location: Seattle University (901 12th Ave) Fill out the form at the following link: On the question related to your relationship to Seattle U, please select "STM/SU Friend".

UNCF “A MIND IS” GALA February 22nd (Saturday)

Shifts: 6:45pm-8:30pm Location: Garfield High School (400 23rd Ave)

Shifts: 6:00pm-10:00pm Location: EMP Museum (325 5th Ave N)

Come sell baked goods to PTSA meeting attendees with your fellow Key Clubbers! You can get hours for baking baked goods, attending the actual event, or both.

This event benefits the UNCF Pacific Northwest Scholarship Fund and the UNCF Campaign for Emergency Student Aid. Please remember to wear your auction apparel.


SERVICE April 4th-April 6th, 2014 65thConvention Annual PNW District Downtown Seattle Center & Sheraton Hotel


Each year, the Pacific Northwest District gets together to celebrate the year of service, elect the new executive district board, meet other Key Clubbers in the area, and learn about new service opportunities at District Convention (DCON). This is an amazing opportunity to become more involved with Key Club, and is one of the most FUN events of the Key Club year! To attend, you must be a registered member in good standing. New members are required to have performed 30 hours of community service with Garfield Key Club; returning members are to have 60.

1. Fill out pages 22, 23, and 28 (if you want to donate blood, must be age 16 or older) of the registration packet 2. Write on the back the name of who you’d like to room with—same gender only 3. Turn in with your fee. It will cost you more the later you turn in: $120 this week, $125 if you turn it in the last week. If you wish to pay with check, it must be split into two separate payments, see packet for details. There is a $2 penalty for each hour that you have not fulfilled of the required amount by February. 4.) DEADLINE: January 30th, 2014


Thanks for reading!

Please talk to us! Website: Official Club Email: President: Terri Tran | VP: Andrea Wong | Secretary: Angel Yu | Treasurer: Emily Wong | Bulletin Editor: Reanne Wong | Fundraising Chair: David Kim | Club Advisor: Mr. Heye |


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