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Official April Key Club Division 20 Newsletter Issue 1 April 2012

An Introduction from your 2012-2013

Lieutenant Governor

In this issue:

Who is Rocky Trifari? Meet your LTG ............ 1

My name is Rocky Trifari and I am currently a junior in the Networking, Information Technology, and Communications Academy at the Morris County School of Technology in Denville. I am both honored and excited to be the Lieutenant Governor of Division 20 for the 2012-2013 service year. I have always been extremely passionate about Key Club, and I promise to carry my commitment and love for this organization into the next twelve months of service. In addition to Key Club, I am an active member in numerous other clubs and organizations including the Students for Environmental Awareness, Student Government, National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, and Photography Club. During my free time, I enjoy listening to music, reading, drawing, going on the computer, practicing my Chinese, and being with my family and friends. I have been an active member in numerous branches of the KiwanisFamily for many years. I was a officer in K-Kids, the Vice President of Builders Club at one point, and I

have been a member in Key Club since my freshman year. I started off as a general member and then held the position as the Secretary and Web Master both during my sophomore year and junior year. I am thrilled to be able to serve as the Lieutenant Governor of Division 20 during my senior year.

New District Board ..... 3 Acronyms .................... 4 ICON Information ....... 5

 

Some of my goals that I hope to achieve this year are: -Increase spirit and motivation -Promote ELIMINATE -Get dues paid on time -Increase attendance at events   -Keep in close contact with clubs

 

I look forward to meeting all of you! If you ever have any questions, please never hesitate to ask. I am always open for questions and communication. Thank you so much for this amazing opportunity and I am looking forward to hearing from all of you soon!

KEY CLUB

Yours in Caring and Service,    

 

UPCOMING EVENTS: International Convention 2012

DCON Recap ............. 2

Regional Training Conferences

 


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BY ROCKY TRIFARI  

LTG Div 20

This year, over 600 dedicated Key Clubbers gathered together at the Ocean Place Resort & Spa in Long Branch, New Jersey, from March 30th to April 1st to celebrate a year of hard work and to prepare for another. District Convention (abbreviated as DCON) was a weekend filled with fun and informative workshops, as well as hilarious guest speakers. The event unified the attendees under the theme “walking the boardwalk of service.” District Executive Board candidates campaigned vigorously while sharing their ideas through caucuses and speeches. The inspiring atmosphere continued into the Saturday morning workshops. Key Clubbers enjoyed presentations on Graphic Standards, Public Relations, and Time Management. Although the Lieutenant Governors handled most of

the workshops and presentations, Key Clubbers had their own opportunity to share the spotlight by being apart of the Talent Show or competing in contests. Key Clubbers were able to dance the night away at the two dances: the Neon Dance on Friday night and the Governor’s Ball on Saturday night. The New Jersey District Board members were raffled off for a slow dance on Saturday night, all proceeds going towards the ELIMINATE project.

caring character building

On Sunday morning, the District Board that Key Clubbers have come to know and love throughout the past year stepped down and a new Governor, Secretary, Treasurer, Editor, and 23 Lieutenant Governors were installed into their positions. The weekend was filled with laughter, tears, and an incredible love for Key Club.

The Neon Dance

The Immediate Past District Board on Saturday Evening

 

Me with Division 5 LTG, Alyssa Perri Photos taken by Heather Krannich

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The 2012-2013 New Jersey District Board

District Governor Nicole Ventrone

District Secretary Celina Baquiran

Governor.Ventrone@gmail.com  

Secretary.Baq@gmail.com  

District Treasurer Joseph Toumanios

District Editor Zachariah DeGiulio

TreasurerToumanios@gmail.com  

Editor.ZD@gmail.com  

District Webmaster Lucas Dos Santos NJWebmasterLucas@gmail.com  

The 23 Lieutenant Governors Division 1A: Division 1B: Division 2: Division 3A: Division 3B: Division 4: Division 5: Division 6: Division 7: Division 8: Division 9: Division 10:

Chris Addonizio Kelly Tran Zoe Taylor Dominic Canonica Nikita Daga Sarah Thomas Alyssa Perri Brittany Kraft Leslie Castillo Tracy Vollbrecht Kelly Bian Mohammed Haji

Division 11: Division 12: Division 13: Division 14: Division 15: Division 16: Division 17: Division 18: Division 19: Division 20: Division 21:

Mei Chen Zack Waldorf Diti Shah Bria Metivier Melika Behrooz Christina Xiao Ashna Bhatia Heather Krannich Penny Xu Rocky Trifari Eric Smuda

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Rocky Trifari Division 20 Lieutenant Governor rockyltgdiv20@gmail.com

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The Acronyms of Key Club

PCM

A President’s Council Meeting is a meeting of club presidents in the division, organized by their Lieutenant Governor, in which they share their club progress, as well as discuss district and divisional information. All Presidents are required to attend every PCM. The first PCM date is coming up soon!  

CMRF

A Club Monthly Repot Form must be submitted by each club secretary by the 10th of every month. These forms let the district see how the club is doing in terms of activities and progress.

OTC

An Officer’s Training Conference is a meeting that takes place during the beginning of the service year so all club officers can be properly trained. At the meeting, club officers will receive valuable training manuals and be personally trained by me. EACH CLUB OFFICER MUST ATTEND AT LEAST ONE OTC.  

The Regional Training Conference is where Key Clubbers from a certain region in the state get together for a day of fun and informative workshops, as well as training, and getting to know and make new friends. There are a total of 2 RTC’s: one in the Spring, and one in the Fall. ALL CLUB OFFICERS MUST ATTEND ONE.  

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International Convention 2012  

Inclusiveness

July 4-8

ICON Orlando

Florida

Character Building

Leadership Caring  

It doesn’t take a wand or genie to make magical things happen. Sometimes all you need are fun times with great people who love serving others as much as you do. Enjoy the wondrous world of Key Club this summer at the 69th Annual Key Club International Convention in Orlando, Florida. Meet Key Clubbers from around the globe, be wowed by convention speakers and entertainers, learn more about how you can make a difference in your community, cheer for the big winners at the recognition session and dance the night away for a great cause. Plus you can shape Key Club’s future through international board elections—so make sure your club’s voice is heard! See you in Orlando July 4–8, 2012. www.keyclub.org/convention www.facebook.com/keyclubintnl ICON Description from the 2012 Key Club International Convention Promotional Piece 5

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