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The Official Newsletter of Div. 11/18C Issue 7, October 2013

Robert Bateman/Yale Secondary/ Abbotsford Collegiate/SOLH Key Club/Garibaldi secondary


October Newsletter Greetings ! Having been back in school for a month, I hope you all have been well balancing homework, with extracurricular. For some of you ,the dreaded scholarship essays. Div.11/18c is a family and we have each other’s support and is always willing to lend a helping hand, whether through going out for pumpkin spice lattes or help in chemistry. Please don’t hesitate to ask for help. Thank you to everyone that came out to the September DCM we wrote a letter to every S.I.G.N hospital. I hope to see more of you at the October DCM. Photo credit: Sarah Thomas

Great news for the division, we are currently in the process of chartering another Key Club at Abbotsford Traditional Secondary.

I can not wait to see the difference you all will make to your community . Inspiring others to partake in service as well. My Contact Information Shirley Chou Email: shirleychou95@gmail.com Cell Phone: 604-217-8199

Shirley Chou


Inside This Issue Cover (New Picture)

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Greetings

2

Table of Contents

3

Divisional Council Meeting

4-5

SIGN Fracture Care

6

Kiwanis Children Cancer Program

7

Presidents’ Report

8-12

Key Leader

13

Youth Opportunity Fund

14

K-Family News

15

Membership Update Center

16-17

ELIMINATE Project

18-19

Social Media

20

Key Club Week

21

Fall Service Ideas

22

Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF

23

Club Officer List

24-25

Dates To Remember

26

Contact Information

27


Divisional Council Meeting |Oct.26,2013| 12-1pm | Maru Sushi| Agenda for DCM Group Picture!! Choosing a divisional mascot Upcoming Club Service Projects Membership Dues Key Club Week Getting to meet other Key Clubbers in the division

What’s a DCM All Key Clubbers are invited to my DCM. It’s where you will hear the latest divisional news. There would be many fun games and opportunity to meet other Key Clubbers in the division.


DCM Recap We wrote a letter to every S.I.G.N Hospital!! The search for the ultimate divisional mascot has been narrowed down to two options. Gorilla/Salmon Come prepared to the DCM with an idea of which mascot would best represent us


SIGN Fracture Care For $100 you can help prevent a family from living in poverty for 3 generations which is a cost of a surgery. 117,000+ Patients Healed

SIGN fracture care provide free surgery to patients by healing traumas. They help fund 40 hospitals all over the world. Changing the world one victim at a time.

55 Developing Countries

275 Hospitals uses SIGN IM

I have a goal of each club raising $100 to help build a paediatric ward in the Gilani Hospital.


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About 4,000 Children die from cancer each day. That’s 11 children everyday.

Kiwanis Children Cancer Program help fund doctor’s training to become a Paediatric Cancer Doctor.


Bateman Key Club Robert Bateman Key Club is ready and in full swing for the new year! With posters, video announcements, and candy grams we have a club when more than 40 members-a Bateman record! The best part about this is that we have eager members from every single grade, starting from gr.9s. With membership taken care of, our two projects for this month that the members will be taking on are Halloween for hunger and Operation Christmas Child. I am confident that we will attain much success from these two worthy projects. Last, but not least, our club will be having a "Key Club T-shirt" contest for our new 2013-2014 shirts. Each member can design a shirt online and we will be voting on our favourite next week! May the best shirt win and may our year be filed with great service and fun! :) -Yujin Song


Yale Key Club Yale Secondary’s Key Club was very excited to meet new members and to see their committed students again! September was an active month for the executives (Rachel Lee, Soomin Choi, Sung Il An, Gabrielle Krillow, Angela Li, Laura Egolf, Jane Kim, Tiffany Hoang, and Anna McMahon). On September 21st, a few of our members helped with enthusiasm at the Hunger Response International booth on Save-On-Foods, as well as for the multicultural festival. In addition, many students were eager to volunteer in the kitchen at the Kiwanis Installation on Friday, September 27th. The results from the first recycling team at Yale were very successful! With communication skills and teamwork, we were able to raise $170 in 40 minutes. We are looking forward to what this year has in store for Key Club. -Rachel Lee


Abby Key Club This month at the Abby Senior Key Club, we reaquainted as a club. At our first meeting, I explained what it means to be a Key Clubber and how Key Club is truly unique. As the month progressed, we decided upon event we’d like to do over the course of the year and which charities we will support. We also decided to have a monthly hangout with the entire Club. For October, we are planning on going skating. Also, many of our members helped out with Kiwanis Family Fun Day at Mill Lake. Our members were responsible for helping with advertizing, face-painting and the crafts table. For our club, September has been mostly about organizing and planning for the rest of the year. We finally found our bell and podium, which I had tons of fun with. Welcome back to Key Club -Pranav Arya


S.O.H.L Key Club SOHL Key Club at GW Graham has begun a year of planning. After a Pizza Party Meeting to bring in new members, we jumped straight into planning. Our first event will be selling jell-o cups to our school in the middle of the month. All money raised at this event will go to Eliminate. We are also making a contest out of it by having a sticker on the bottom of some of the cups. The student who gets this will win a gift card or coupon donated from local restaurants. At the moment, Dairy Queen and Burger King have both donated. Our club has already gathered once to make posters to hang around our school. Our other plan is to have a bake sale at the end of the month on October 30. Our club will bake the night before at a Baking Party and all snakes made will be sold at our school the next day. This will probably be Halloween themed. We have high hopes that this will be a productive and creative year for our club. -Mackenzie Ives


Garibaldi Key Club I am happy and enthusiastic to say that I really look forward to this year in Key Club. We, as a new club, had a fantastic first year, and as a club are collectively excited for the future. We have many new members this year, and with it have huge ideas to continue to perpetuate Key Club spirit and ideology! Although we have had a slow start, I am confident that with club spirit and enthusiasm, that we will hit the ground running, and truly DIVE INTO SERVICE! -Nick Nichols


What is Key Leader? Key Leader is a weekend leadership program for today’s young leaders. This life-changing event focuses on service leadership as the first, most meaningful leadership development experience. There will be large and small group workshops and team building activities. Students will be able to learn leadership skills that will help them change their schools, communities, and world for the better. You will meet new friends and have an experience you will never forget. Key Leader 2014 in the Pacific Northwest District April 18-20 2014 Kawkawa Camp and Retreat Center - Hope, BC, Canada Who can attend ? All Key Clubbers How much is it ? $175—includes all meals, lodging, and program materials for the weekend

Photo Credit: Dave McMillan


Youth Opportunity Fund Youth Opportunity Fund is a grant for service projects or scholarships for higher education. Y.O.F is funded by a portion of the international dues. Grants range from $100-$2,000. Look around your community, school and the world for things that need to be done.

The application is available online at www.keyclub.org/services/yof The application is due by Oct.15.

YOF Grants Can Help You Take Action !


K-Family News On Sept.27, 2013 at the Legacy Building.. Mrs.Anne Penner was installed as the Lieutenant Governor for Division 18 of Kiwanis. Not only is a Lieutenant Governor, but she is also Yale Key Club’s Kiwanis Advisor and Co-Chair for SIGN Fracture Care. Her job is much like mine, Connect the clubs with PNW Districts and help wherever needed. She has 11 clubs to oversee from Sardis to Bellingham: and all the clubs in between.

Together we hope to make this world better for children in our communities and around the world.


Membership Dues How many members have you recruited this year? Do you have 15 members? Those are some things to keep in mind while doing club membership. I’ve seen dues reminder both on social media and in person. It seems like a lot of you are aiming for the EARLY BIRD (Nov.1). By turning in your dues on time means we have a better chance to get better seats at DCON 2014. All of your advisers should have received an email containing the email and password. If you haven't please contact me immediately or email memberservices@Kiwanis.org

Membership Update Center Link:https://members.portalbuzz.com/Member/User/Login? skin=kiwanis Membership Update Center Tutorial:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tfAvudii-w

Dues Deadlines

Dues Break Down

Oct.1-MUC Opens

$6.50-Internattional

Nov.1-Eaerly Bird

+$5.50– Districts

Dec.1-Regualr Deadline

$3.00-Exchange fee (from Cad.-US)

$15.00


Update Center Login information This email should be your faculty adviser’s email and the 20122013 Key Club Officers should have decided the password

Step1: Update Key Club Officers Step2: Click on ―Membership Update Center‖ Step 3: Click on ―Bulk Add Members‖

Click on ―Finances‖ to print your invoice. If mailing in dues remember to send in a copy of your invoices. Do NOT send in Cash.

Mail to: Key Club International PO Box 6069-Dept 123 Indianapolis, IN 46206-6069


160 babies die each day from neonatal tetanus

38 countries remain at high risk for MNT

One baby dies every 9 minutes from MNT

In the month of September two countries have eradicated Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus. Gabon and Sierra Leon

$1.80 protects 1 woman and her future babies

Only 26 remaining countries with MNT


$15

$5

Pre Order the merchandise with your lieutenant governor.


Stay Updated Through Social Media

Division 11/18C Div.11/18c https://www.facebook.com/groups/235572446581448/

Pacific Northwest District Pacific Northwest Key Club https://www.facebook.com/pnwkeyclub?fref=ts

PNW Eliminate Project https://www.facebook.com/PnwEliminateProject

PNWmortie http://pnwmortie.tumblr.com/

@PNWKEYCLUB

@PNWKEYCLUB

Website-http://pnwkeyclub.weebly.com/


Nov.4-9 Nov.4 Bring a Friend or two to Key Club

Nov.5 Connect the K’s Visit your local Kiwanis and Builder’s Club

Nov.6 Show your K in every way Wear your Key Club swag

Nov.7 Kudos to the Key Supporters Give thanks to Key Club supporters

Nov.8 Do it your way

You can take any of these ideas and use it on any day.

Key Club Week


Fall Service Ideas 1.Pumpkin Smash

2.Host a Penny Drive 3.Have a Poetry Slam 4.Organize an art show 5.Hold a haunted house, hayride, or trail 6.Organize a spooky trivia night 7.Rake leaves for Donations 8. Organize a benefit concert 9.Host a Bake Sale


Don’t Know how to help out the ELIMINATE Project in a fun way? Then try out Trick-orTreat for UNICEF! Instead of going door to door asking for candy, you will be asking for spare change instead. No matter how small or big the donations are, it is still making a impact. The money raised would go towards UNICEF programs such as the ELIMINATE Project. Be sure to tell others the good cause you are supporting!


Club Officers List Yale Key Club President-Rachel Lee Vice President-Soomin Choi Vice President- Sung IL Ahn Vice President- Gabrielle Krilow Vice President- Angela Li Secretary-Laura Egolf Treasurer– Jane Kim Bulletin Editor– Tiffany Hoang Historian– Anna McMahon Faculty Advisor– Mr. Caon Kiwanis Advisor– Mrs.Penner

Bateman Key Club President– Yuijin Song Vice President– Brenna Kwon Secretary– Nicole Peters Treasurer– Daniel Liebe Faculty Advisor– Ms. Pollastrett Faculty Advisor– Mrs. Rama Kiwanis Advisor-Mr. Callaghan


Club Officers List Cont. S.O.L.H Key Club President– Mackenzie Ives Vice President-Marlee Fisher Vice President- Braydan Welch Secretary– Nancy Mach Secretary- Melysa Warkentin Treasurer– Mary Anne Marmerto Bulletin Editor– Sally Kwon

Garibaldi Key Club President-Nick Nichols Vice President– Arissa David Secretary-Petr Arutyunov Treasurer– Logan Clellan Bulletin Editor– Sara Stanley Faculty Advisor– Mr. Frend Kiwanis Advisor– Mr. Cowan

Faculty Advisor– Mrs. Baldwin Faculty Advisor– Mrs. Tourand Kiwanis Advisor– Mr. Birtch Kiwanis Advisor– Mr. Matthews

Abby Key Club President– Pranav Arya Vice President– Meghan McKay Secretary-Juan Manalo Treasurer— Sam Azizi Bulletin Editor– Tina Ngo Faculty Advisor– Mrs.Harrop Kiwanis Advisor– Mr.Hansen


Key Dates

Oct.26– D.C.M Nov.5-9– Key Club Week Nov.5– President Report & Secretary Reports due


Contact Information District Executive Board Kiwanis District Administrator:

District Governor: Trang Tran Email: Pnwgov.trang@gmail.com

District Secretary:

John Jay Email:jmjay@comcast.net

Area Administrator Criena Sekhon Email: criena_s@hotmail.com

Hakikat Bains

Kiwanis Div.18 Lieutenant Governor

Email: bains.hakikat@gmail.com

Ann Penner annpenner11@gmail.com

District Treasurer: Eric Grewal Email: egrewal@gmail.com

International Trustee: Roshni Chandwani Email: roshni.chandwani.kc@gmail.com

District Editor: Sara Thomas Email: slthomas01@gmail.com

My Contact Information Shirley Chou Email: shirleychou95@gmail.com Cell Phone: 604-217-8199

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