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THE DAILY SAMURAI VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2 MAY 2014

ANACORTES | FRIDAY HARBOR | OAK HARBOR | ORCAS | SOUTH WHIDBEY

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 02 Table of Contents 03 Greeting 04 Key Club 101 05 PNW & 20i 101 06 May DCM 07 Samurai Selfies 08 Warrior of the Month 09 Relay for Life 10 Project Eliminate 11 Club Reports 12 Social Media 13 Kiwanis Key Leader 14 International Convention 15 Upcoming rallies 16 Key Dates 17 Contact Information 18 Club Officers 19 Club Points

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HEY KEY CLUBBERS, HOW DO YOU FEEL? Greetings my fellow Key Clubbers!, My name Is Ria Bains and I attend Oak Harbor High School as this years term of LTG. With that being said, it’s time to get to business for the month of May. To keep you all updated division wise, Oak Harbor and Anacortes have just finished their officer training and are ready to get a kick start on their term. We have recently gotten back on track with communication with Anacortes! I’m still waiting for responses from the Kiwanis advisors from the other schools, but stay tuned because we should be meeting up with them shortly! For those who don’t already know there will be a DCM(Division Council Meeting)on MAY 17th from 1-3PM! Read more of my newsletter for info on the DCM. On another note, I love you all and I’m extremely proud with the work officers have put in, and the members in general because you guys are what makes Key Club possible! Good job to everyone that has been active with service projects and fundraisers for the month of April and keep it up in May, Samurai! - In care and service,

Ria Bains

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KEY CLUB 101 VISION We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide WHAT IS KEY CLUB INTERNATIONAL? Key Club is a student led international organization which promotes service in the community, builds character and leadership skills

PLEDGE

I pledge on my honor, to uphold the Objects of Key Club International: to build my home, school, and community: to serve my nation and God: and combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.

MOTTO CARINGOUR WAY OF LIFE!

CORE VALUES LEADERSHIP CHARACTER BUILDING INCLUSIVENESS CARING

STRUCTURE

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PNW DISTRICT AND D20i 101

PNW:

The Pacific Northwest contains 44 divisions and over 300 clubs! There are areas that include Northern California, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, and Western Canada.

MASCOT MORTIMER THE MIGHTY MOOSE

DIVISION 20i: DIVISIONAL COLORS

BLACK

MOTTO “PROUD ‘N’ WILLING TO SERVE”

CHANT I FEEL SO GOOD! OH, I FEEL SO GOOD, UH! DOUBLE IT UP, UH! UH! TRIPLE IT UP, UH! UH! UH! ONE LONG UH, UHHHHHHHH! RAPPER STYLE, UH! UH! UH! UH! UH!

MASCOT SAMURAI

and

RED

SCHOOLS

5 ANACORTES | FRIDAY HARBOR | OAK HARBOR | ORCAS | SOUTH WHIDBEY

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MAY DCM WHAT IS A DCM? A DCM is a Divisional Council Meeting. They are held monthly, but due to lack of communication with other schools in the division, we weren’t able to hold one in April. BUT no need to worry because we will be having one for the month of May! Anacortes is the only club that has for sure members going, and I’m still working on promoting the DCM for the rest of the clubs, but I hope to have as many people going as possible! There will be a miracle minute and I will take 1 pie to the face if we reach our goal of $20, 2 pies if we reach $30, and 3 pies if we can reach $50! Since this is the first DCM I am holding, I plan to have mainly ice breakers so that our division will have bonding time, and also teams that will be put together so step up your game to earn your team a prize! Don’t forget that it is a POTLUCK so bring food to share with everyone! Anyone is welcome, so bring your friends! See you there!

WHERE

OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL I WILDCAT WAY, OAK HARBOR, WA 98277

WHEN SATURDAY MAY 17TH, 2014 1-3 PM

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BUT FIRST, LET ME TAKE A SAMURAI SELFIE

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WARRIOR OF THE MONTH This month’s warrior of the month is awarded to Angelique Guina from Oak Harbor High School! Angelique is the newly elected secretary for OHHS Key Club and was also the first secretary to send me the secretary report. Angelique has shown both character build and leadership skills by staying on track with updates and getting the job done with it needs to be. Congrats and stay tuned for the next issue to see who gets the warrior of the month for June! Remember that you can earn this spotlight by simply going to as many service projects and showing your love through serving your community, and also to serve your home club as well!

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Celebrate

MAY 30TH-MAY 31ST WHEN Remember

WHERE

NORTH WHIDBEY MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK- 67 NE IZETT ST, OAK HARBOR, WA 98277

Fight Back

INFO

If you’re interested in signing up, talk to your Key Club advisor!

Relay For Life is a community based fundraising event of the American Cancer Society. Today, more than 5,000 Relay For Life events take place across twenty countries. Events are held in local communities, campus universities and in virtual worlds. As the American Cancer Society's most successful fundraiser and the organization's signature event, the mission of Relay For Life is to raise funds to improve cancer survival, decrease the incidence of cancer, and improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their caretakers. A Relay For Life event is organized under a volunteer Relay Committee, and implemented by volunteers. It is often organized as a multi-day public gathering, spanning all day and night in a large outdoor space, and many people bring tents and camp out around the walking tracks. Currently, almost 4 million people take part in Relay events in over 5,000 communities in the United States. It is estimated that Relay For Life events have raised nearly $5 billion to date. The first team to raise over $1 million was the Rosebud Miners. The largest virtual fundraising event is Relay For Life of Second Life, which has raised more than $2,000,000 since 2005.

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With the Eliminate Project, Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. This deadly disease steals the lives of nearly 60,000 innocent babies and a significant number of women each year. The effects of the disease are excruciating — tiny newborns suffer repeated, painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to light and touch. To eliminate MNT from the Earth, more than 100 million mothers and their future babies must be immunized. This requires vaccines, syringes, safe storage, transportation, thousands of skilled staff and more. It will take US$110 million — and the dedicated work of UNICEF and every member of the Kiwanis family. Kiwanis and UNICEF joined forces to tackle iodine deficiency disorders, achieving one of the most significant public health successes of the 20th century. Now, they are eliminating MNT from the face of the Earth. And in doing so, the project will reach the poorest, most neglected mothers and babies with additional lifesaving health care. The end of this one disease means the beginning of better health for so many families. 10

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CLUB REPORTS VICE PRESIDENTS REPORT: The vice presidents report is due the 1st of every month. These will give me an overlook of the club and will give you a chance to mention any issues and your general summary of the month. Fill out the document below and email me at riabains20i@gmail.com

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/18CsRlJJMtOW8k1bKM4gf6k m3HGXFGA3M0M0bD5h8yUs/viewform?usp=send_form

SECRETARY REPORT: The secretary report is due the by the 5th of each month. These are to be sent to me, and also the District Secretary, Ik Hoon. The secretary report is important because it gives the district board feedback on strengths and weeknesses of your club and way we can help. Email me the finished report at riabains20i@gmail.com If you still do not have the document, email me for a copy!

EDITOR REPORT: Editor reports are due by the 5th of each month. These are used for my newsletters so that I can use the pictures that are taken. You should also give me a 100-150 word summary of each of the pictures so that I know what the event was and who volunteered for it. Email me reports at riabains20i@gmail.com-also

HISTORIANS: I understand that some clubs have historians such as my home club, in that case, editors should email me reports, and historians can send 11 pictures. Communicate with each other!

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KEY-MUNICATION IS KEY KEY CLUB INTERNATIONAL

DIVISION 20I

http://instagram.com/keyclubint @keyclubint

http://instagram.com/d20ipnwkey club @d20ipnwkeyclub

https://www.facebook.com/keycl ubintnl

https://www.facebook.com/gr oups/212606485421310/

https://twitter.com/keyclub @KeyClub

https://twitter.com/Division20i @division20i

http://www.keyclub.org/home.as px

PNW DISTRICT http://instagram.com/pnwkeyclub @pnwkeyclub

Stay updated with all the social media accounts so you know about upcoming events, important news, and more! #PNWKeyClub for key club related pictures to possibly get featured on the Instagram page or on the PNW website!

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https://www.facebook.com/pn wkeyclub

https://twitter.com/pnwkeyclub @pnwkeyclub

http://pnwkeyclub.weebly.com/ 12


SEATTLE AREA

WHEN: November 7-9, 2014

WHERE: Camp

REGISTER AT: www.key-leader.org Busy one weekend? The other camp isn’t that far! You can register ahead, click “pay later” and pay as late as at the camp!

Sambica, Bellvue

PORTLAND AREA Meet new friends, often close friends Key Leader Grams (notes from new friends) Great weekend, good food Challenge activities and even some new leader tools!

WHEN: October 24-26, 2014

WHERE: Camp Collins, Gresham 13 13


Every summer Key Club International celebrates a year of service at the international convention. Over 2,000 students and advisors gather together to introduce new programs, present awards to outstanding clubs, conduct the organization's business, attend educational workshops and elect international officers for the upcoming year. The 71st Annual Key Club International Convention will take place in Anaheim, CA June 30thJuly 6th, 2014.

Remaining spots, if any, can be reserved until June 25th. Registration will be closed following June 25th.

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If you have questions or need 14 registration papers, contact me!


WHAT IS A RALLY?: A Rally is an event that gives you the opportunity to attend workshops, meet new key clubbers from around our district, and develop skills such as becoming a good leader! There will be lunch provided and also a guest speaker, so bring your friends and join the fun!

WHO: Divisions 19/16, 18/20m, 20i 21, 22/24, 26, 27, 28, 32, 33, and more!

SEATTLE RALLY 2013

WHEN: Thursday, August 7th, 2014 Time to be determined

WHERE: Kentridge High School NOTE: There will be an administration fee, both early bird or at door registration!

Stay tuned for more information on other rallies such as Portland Rally, Tacoma Rally, and more!

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KEY DATES MAY CALENDAR

SUNDAY // MONDAY // TUESDAY // WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY

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Vice President and editor report due

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Secretary Report due 11

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Oak Harbor High School will be extending eliminate week

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Contact information due from officers

May DCM at OHHS 13pm

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-Last Key Club meeting -Miracle Minute -Campus clean-up

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Joint May DCM at Gene Coulon Park 1-4pm 16

JUNE

2ND

KEY CLUB PICNIC AT CITY BEACH PARK

4-6PM

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CONTACT INFORMATION AND DISTRICT OFFICERS INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEE: Roshni Chandwani Texas-Oklahoma District roshni.chandwani.kc@gmail.com DISTRICT GOVERNOR: LISA ANTONIO Division 28 Email: lisaantonio.dgov@gmail.com DISTRICT SECRETARY: IK HOON JUNG Division 65 Email: ijungpnwsec@gmail.com DISTRICT EDITOR: JENNY ZHANG Division 32 Email: editorjennyzhang@gmail.com

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DISTRICT TREASURER: ANEESH PAPPU Division 56 Email: Apappu97@gmail.com

CONVENTION CHAIR: CLEO TSANG Division 32 Email: pnwconvention chair@ gmail.com 17


CLUB OFFICERS OF DIVISION 20i PRESIDENT: Rheeno Kwak VICE PRESIDENT: Austin Donnell SECRETARY: Angelique Guina TREASURER: Kris Medina BULLETIN EDITOR: Noelle Gasper OAK HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL PRESIDENT: Lauren Doster VICE PRESIDENT: Collin Smolsnik SECRETARY: Kate Baker TREASURER: Hunter Wickman BULLETIN EDITOR: Alex Hanesworth ANACORTES HIGH SCHOOL PRESIDENT: Echo Wood VICE PRESIDENT: N/A SECRETARY: N/A TREASURER: N/A BULLETIN EDITOR: N/A

FRIDAY HARBOR HIGH SCHOOL

PRESIDENT: N/A VICE PRESIDENT: N/A SECRETARY: N/A TREASURER: N/A BULLETIN EDITOR: N/A

ORCAS HIGH SCHOOL

PRESIDENT: N/A VICE PRESIDENT: N/A SECRETARY: N/A TREASURER: N/A BULLETIN EDITOR: N/A

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LEIUTENANT GOVERNOR: riabains20i@gmail.com

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WHO WILL BE THIS YEARS SAMURAI SQUAD? How do you become part of the squad, you ask? Club contact information: 20 points Attending DCM: 1 pt per member Secretary Report (on time): 20 points Secretary Report (late): 5 points Weekly President updates (email riabains20i@gmail.com): 10 points Vice President Report: 20 points Newsletter feedback (email riabains20i@gmail.com): 5 points Pictures from editor or other members: 1 point per picture Scheduling club visits (call me for a visit to your key club meeting ): 30 points

ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS AND EMAIL ME AT riabains20i@gmail.com FOR 5 POINTS EACH QUESTION! -Are you going to the May DCM? -What kind of food are you bringing? -Are there any certain games or ice breakers you want to play?

EARN SAMURAI POINTS FOR YOUR SCHOOL AND WIN A PRIZE AT THE END OF THE YEAR! Club Secretary Secretary President Vice Attending Newsletter contact ReportReport- Updates- President Pictures DCM Feedback info on time late weekly Report

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Anacortes Oak Harbor

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Orcas

Friday Harbor

South Whidbey

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THANK YOU FOR READING

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