Key Club November 2012 Volume 2 Issue 8 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 The Holiday Season is near… Dear Division 27, October is over and we are in November which means that holiday season is near! I hope everyone is doing well and Key Clubbin’! Key Club week just passed and it has been a blast! Dues are in process and I want everyone to get their dues in as soon as possible! Our goal is to continue attaining early bird! Treasurers please make sure you have sent in your dues before the deadline of December 1st! For project educate, I have received the wrist bands, so please come to the DCM on
November 24 to get your share of wrist bands to sell :). District Convention is coming soon! I want as many people as possible to attend this year! So publicize it to your members! I will send the promo video to you all! Start fundraising now! I hope college apps and school is going great for you all and have a great holiday season! See you all soon :)
P.S. If you want to be on the cover of next months newsletter, send me a picture!
In this Issue: Introduction………………...2 Club Updates…….…...…….3 Project Educate....….……...4 Key Dates…………………..5 DCON……………………….6 Kiwanis Information.……...7 Contact Info……………….8
Club Updates This month at LW Key Club, we got our serve on! One event from this month was with Tent City. We prepared and served a meal to the folks who were living in Tent City located in a nearby church. This organization helps give people a second chance by providing a place to live, food, and even a job within the Tent City. We were so lucky to have participated with this organization. This month LW Key Club also helped at our local park cleanups that are held in our community, and trick-or-treated in support of Unicef. As we gear up for many more service projects to come, our officers would like to thank our Kiwanis members who have made everything in our club possible!
November means Key Club month! What a whirlwind of activities the ICS Key Club has done so far! First, we partnered with National Honors Society to put on a Haunted Halls event right in our school! Actors dressed up as zombies, clowns, and mad scientists and scared students silly! We raised over $1300 for UNICEF, and some proceeds will go to victims of Hurricane Sandy. This amount will be matched by Kirkland Kiwanis, and that amount will be matched by Kiwanis International: overall, a nice chunk of change for some people in need! Great job everyone! Secondly, our annual Thanksgiving canned food drive for Hopelink is on through November 16th. Our goal is 500 cans. We've had some trouble getting donations, so we're going to up our advertising and hope for the best! Nobody should go hungry on Thanksgiving. Let's keep up the hard work! Alright, well so far Eastlakeâ€™s Key Club has been doing very well this year. We have hosted various community service events, including The Haunted House at Beaver Lake, to tutoring during homeroom, and working at the Eastlake Holiday Bazaar. Also, our Key Club has decided to not only keep account of community service of the members in Key Club, but anyone who is doing community service period. What this means is that anyone who is doing community service can get hours recorded so they can have an official track of their community service. Looking towards the future, Eastlake Key Clubâ€™s website is constantly being updated with brand new community service events and we have been retaining many of our members between each and every meeting, while there is still a lot to do, Eastlake has had a very good start to this year.
What is Project Educate? Project Educate is 2012-2013 district project of the Pacific Northwest District. The funds raised from the Project Educate initiative will be used to aid in furthering the educational development of three schools on the island of Jamaica, as well as fund 160 scholarships for primary school children entering high school.
Merchandise One way we will be raising money for Project Educate is by selling t-shirts and wristbands. The T-shirts will be $15 and the wristbands $1.
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Key Dates ICON November DCM WHEN: November 24,2012 1:00PMâ€”2:45 PM WHERE: Kirkland Library Come to the DCM! Invite your Key Clubbers! :) You will get your Project Educate wrist bands!! So please come! Kiwanis are welcome!!
DUES! Early Bird and regular deadline is DECEMBER 1st so we will need to get our dues turned in this month! Please make sure you get your clubs dues in before the deadline!!
Secretary Reports: Secretaries please remember to fill out your club reports and turn them in every 5th of the month! Bulletin Editors: Please remember to send in your blurbs and pictures to me every 5th of the month! If you have any questions, please ask me!
COME JOIN THE DISTRICT HERE!! IT WILL BE A BLAST! PROMO VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=RXebkS95t5g
DIVISION 27 :)
Kiwanis Information Bothell High School and Inglemoor High School Northshore Bothell Kiwanis Meets every Wednesday 7am Alexaâ€™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 Juanita High School 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristi Chan Lieutenant Governor, Division 27 Pacific Northwest District Key Club International Email: email@example.com Phone #: (425)-246-8085