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Key Club September 2012 Volume 2 Issue 6 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

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Toucan Times Back to School... Dear Division 27,

they are really important and all the information School has started and I hope you all had a great first you gain from them can week! Now that school has help build your clubs! started, it is time to recruit, Please have at least one officer from your club attend recruit, recruit! We want our division to be as big and the upcoming meeting. Kistrong as possible! Recruit- wanis members and adviing freshmen, sophomores sors are always welcomed! and any other students that Club visitations: Presiare interested is very imdents, please let me know portant. The beginning of a date that would work the school year is the best well for me to come visit time to get new members, so your club! please try your best to help I hope you all have a great your club gain members. month and I will see you

In this Issue: Introduction………………...2 Seattle Rally Recap…...…3 Project Educate…………..4-5 Key Leader………..….…...6 Key Dates…………………..7 Kiwanis Information.……...8 Contact Info……………….9

Recently we have not been soon! having great attendance from some clubs at our Divisional Council meetings, Summer Board!

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Seattle Rally Recap Fun, Sun and Service! On August 13th Key Clubbers from all over the Seattle area came together at Kent Meridian High School to celebrate Key Club! Although only 5 members from division 27 went...we had a great time! Starting with the opening ceremony with guest speaker Hoan Do. He was a great inspirational speaker that got everyone pumped for the rally. After the opening ceremony Key Clubbers attended informational forums including officer training. Later in the afternoon there were fun forums including How to Woo with Matt Wu and icebreakers. Concluding with the closing ceremony, awarding Division 34 with the spirit stick and a Miracle Minute where we raised $501 for Project Educate!

Top Left: D.27 in line for registration. Bottom Left: Me getting pied in the face by Alnur. Right: Introducing the spirit stick!

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What is Project Educate? Project Educate is 2012-2013 governors 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.

Mona Heights Primary School 4


Watch the Sounders FC game while donating money to Project Educate! This is another way of raising money for Project Educate, Key Club Nights with Sounders FC. Everyone is welcomed to attend these games and for the Portland vs Sounders FC game, 33% of every ticket purchased will be donated to Project Educate and 25% from the Dallas FC vs Sounders FC game! You can invite your friends, family and everyone else! Tickets must be purchased 15 days before the game, if you have any questions please ask me! I will attach the form to the email! Available Dates: 

October 7th—Portland vs Sounder FC @ CenturyLink Field 7:30 PM $15

October 21st—FC Dallas vs Sounders FC @ CenturyLink Field 6:00 PM $22 (Regular Price $33 each )

Itinerary of Events:

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Gates open 1.5 hours before kickoff

Deadline to order tickets is 15 days before the game

Payments must be made at the time of order

To ensure seating together, tickets must be ordered together

Key Club night tickets for Dallas will be located in Sec 146– 150 Rows

For the Portland Timbers match (10/7) the Tickets will be in the Upper Bowl End zone Rows 5-15


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 KEYS TO EXCELLENCE and have an experience you will never forget.

Key Leader 2012 in the Pacific Northwest District October 5-7 Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp (near Portland OR)

The Key Leader program is built on 5 essential principles. These principles reflect our mission to inspire young people to achieve their personal best through service leadership:  Personal Integrity: Doing the right thing  Personal Growth: Developing in mind, body, and spirit  Respect: Showing consideration for self, others ,and property  Building Community: Developing relationships to achieve positive goals

Who can Attend? All Key Clubbers How much is it? $175—includes all meals, lodging, and program materials for the weekend 6

 Pursuit of Excellence: Expecting and achieving the best


Key Dates ICON SEPTEMBER DCM WHEN: September 16, 2012 3:30PM—5: 00 PM WHERE: Kingsgate Library All Key Clubbers are welcome to come! Bring food! We will also be refreshing officer duties and school service, the new dues system. Project educate and more club updates!

DUES! There will be a new dues system! Early Bird is November 1st so we will need to get our dues turned in next month! TREASURERS: We will meet up a day in October to submit our dues together!

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 newsletters to me every 5th of the month! Key Leader: October 5th– 7th in Mt. Hood ~If you have any questions, please ask me!~

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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

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

Kiwanis are awesome! I had a great time visiting the Sammamish Kiwanis and Kirkland Kiwanis in the past month!

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District Board Governor Giovanni McKenzie

Convention Chair Andy Nguyen

Giovannimc.keyclub@gmail.com

Andy.t_nguyen@yahoo.com

Secretary Kelsie Hoppes

International Trustee Cole Hickman

kelsiehoppes@gmail.com

kcitrusteecole@gmail.com

Treasurer Kenneth Lam

District Administrator John Jay

K3nn3thlam@hotmail.com

jmjay@comcast.net

Bulletin Editor Bassel Hamieh

Assistant District Administrator

Basselhamiehpnw@gmail.com

Suzanne Endroedy suzbeth1@comcast.net

Kristi Chan Lieutenant Governor, Division 27 Pacific Northwest District Key Club International Email: kristic27@gmail.com Phone #: (425)-246-8085

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