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Key Club May 2012 Volume 2 Issue 2 Pacific Northwest District Key Club: Official Newsletter of Division 27 Bothell—Eastlake—ICS—Inglemoor—Juanita—Lake Washington—Redmond 3636 WOODVIEW TRACE INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46268 USA 1-800-KIWANIS FAX 1-317-879-02044


Toucan Times Summer is Almost Here! Dear Division 27, Hello everyone! AP testing has started and I hope you are doing great! :) During April I got to meet so many people! On April 27-29 I attended Key Leader where I got to learn a lot of leadership skills. It was a great experience and all of you should attend next year, or the one in Mt. Hood in October! At the April DCM we played icebreakers and talked about club updates! The next DCM will be on May 28th at Heritage Park. I hope everyone can come because we will be talking about officer duties. Also I would love to add more updates and pictures on what your club has been doing. If you have anything you want to include in these monthly newsletters, all you need to do is


contact me! These newsletters are for you guys to get to know what all the clubs in our division are doing! I hope everyone has a great month and I will see you guys at the May DCM! In this issue there is information about Key Club, Club updates, Officer of the month, and key dates. Please make sure you read all of the important information! If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to ask me! With Love and Service,

In this Issue: Introduction………………...2 Key Club 101……………….3 Club Updates………………4-5 Officer of the month……....5 Key dates…………………....6 Kiwanis Information………..7 Contact Info………………..8

Key Club 101 District Facts: District: Pacific Northwest (PNW) Motto: Proud N’ Willing to Serve Mascot: Moose District Cheer: Someone: HEY KEY CLUBBERS HOW DO YOU FEEL? Key Clubbers: We feel good! Oh we feel so good! UH!

Key Club Pledge

Double it up! UH UH!

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 to combat all forces which tend to under mine these institutions.

Triple it up! UH! UH! UH! One long Uh! UHHHHHHHHHHHH! Rapper style UH!UH! UH! UH! UH!


Key Club Colors :


Blue: Unwavering Character

Builders Club Aktion Club

White: Purity

Key Club

Gold: Service


Circle K


Club Updates Bothell High School has been making bracelets for ELIMINATE. The bracelets are blue and white (which are the eliminate colors) and they are selling them to the students at their school to raise money!

Eastlake High School in May will be helping at a community service fair, road clean ups and will be holding a food drive for Hopelink. Redmond High School has been visiting the junior highs getting the 9th graders pumped to join Key Club! They also volunteered at a community Easter egg hunt, and they are going to help feed the homeless with the group Mammas Hands

Inglemoor High School started the Pennies for Patients drive . Throughout the month they held game nights at an elementary, volunteering at an auction they helped set up.

I want each Bulletin Editor to write a blurb about what your club has done each month (like the ones above) and they will be put in my monthly newsletters!. Also I would love to have pictures from all of the clubs!


Lake Washington High School held a successful blood drive helping over 168 patients. They also volunteered at the Downtown Kirkland Clean Sweep, picking up trash . Their April member of the month was Daniel Bou!

Club Updates & Officer of the Month International Community School led the Pennies for Patients for the past two months and raised $200! They also held a talent show raising money for the Kirkland Interfaith Transitions in Housing (KITH). They raised $670 for KITH!

The Officer of the Month of April is ‌.. RACHEL ROBERTS!

Juanita High School sold doughnuts to raise money, they also attended Relay for Life. They are currently planning a carnival for special needs kids!

Rachel is a sophomore at ICS and currently the bulletin editor! Here are a few things about her! Favorite Color: Turquoise Favorite Food: Chocolate Favorite song: "Drive By" by Train Travel anywhere: Galapagos Islands Superpower: Time travel Favorite Quote: "People are just as happy as they make up their minds to be" - Abraham Lincoln Favorite Movie: The Sound of Music Favorite Candy: M&M


Key Dates ICON MAY DCM WHEN: May 28, 2012 2:00 PM—4: 00 PM WHERE: Heritage Park All Key Clubbers are welcome to come! Bring food so we can have a picnic! :) We will also be discussing officer duties and more club updates!

Seattle Rally WHEN: August 13, 2012 9:00 AM—4:00 PM WHERE: Kent Meridian High School

Seattle Rally is like a mini DCON where all key clubbers are welcome! There will be forums for everyone including more officer training, icebreakers, and many more! There will also be a talent show! It would be great If all of our officers and club members to go! Represent Division 27!


Kiwanis Information Bothell High School and Inglemoor High School Northshore Bothell Kiwanis Meets every Wednesday 7am Alexa’s on Main 10115 Main St Bothell, Washington Redmond High School Redmond Kiwanis Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays Watercress Bistro 16505 Redmond Way #B-A Redmond, Washington International Community School and Lake Washington High School Kirkland Kiwanis Meets every Wednesday at Noon Crab Cracker 452 Central Way Kirkland, Washington


Eastlake High School Sammamish Kiwanis Meets every Wednesday 7am Sammamish Hills Lutheran Church 22818 SE 8th St Redmond, Washington

District Board Governor Giovanni McKenzie

Convention Chair Andy Nguyen

Secretary Kelsie Hoppes

International Trustee Cole Hickman

Treasurer Kenneth Lam

District Administrator John Jay

Bulletin Editor Bassel Hamieh

Assistant District Administrator

Suzanne Endroedy

Kristi Chan Lieutenant Governor, Division 27 Pacific Northwest District Key Club International Email: Phone #: (425)-246-8085

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.� - Oscar Wilde


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