Key to Caring Issue 1
“Need to Knows” Monthly Report Forms (MRF’s) Monthly report forms are used to keep track of a club’s service hours, projects, communication with a sponsoring Kiwanis Club and also communication with their Lieutenant Governor. We keep track of these report forms in our District so we can accurately record the number of hours our wonderful WI-UM District has served over the past year. These forms are due to your Lieutenant Governor by the 5th of every month, and they can now be submitted online at the following link: http://wiumkeyclub.com/e_mrf.html.
New Officer Information Sheets (NOIS Forms) New officer Information Sheets are crucial to the success of our District. Without these, the Lieutenant Governors would not have a way of contacting any club officers about District updates and events. Your LTG has now contacted you about the submission of these forms, but if you have not yet submitted it, or if you have any questions regarding how to fill them out contact your Division’s LTG. As with the MRF, the NOIS Forms can also be found on our District website under the resources tab: http://wiumkeyclub.com/e_nois.html.
Divisional Council Meetings (DCM’s) Divisional Council Meetings are held quarterly by your Lieutenant Governor. They are a fantastic opportunity for your new club officers to be trained, and also a way to find out what your club can do in the Division and District. DCM’s are an opportunity for both Club Officers and Members to learn more about Key Club. At your DCM, you not only meet your LTG, but you also meet with the other clubs in your Division! It is a great way to begin a relationship with another club, and you can benefit from this by bouncing ideas off of each other, and holding events together. If you have any questions regarding when the next Divisional Council Meeting is being held, please contact your Lieutenant Governor.
Lieutenant Governor’s (LTG’s) Over the course of the next year, your Lieutenant Governor will be a valuable resource to help your club succeed and keep up on what is happening at the District level. They will also provide you with many opportunities throughout the year whether it is an event happening in another club in the Division, or a District event such as Fall Rallies or District Convention (DCON)! If you have any questions, never hesitate to ask your LTG as they are more than willing to help you with anything you need.
“Be the change you want to see in the world.“ - Mahatma Ghandi
Youth Opportunities Fund The Youth Opportunities Fund (YOF) is a fund established just for Key Club International. This fund is used to help Key Clubs and Key Club members continue their service by providing grants for all types of service projects and opportunities. The YOF grant can provide your club with $200 - $2,000 to help fund your club’s service project. To apply for the YOF grant you can find more information at http:// keyclub.org/service/fund/yof.aspx. Applications for the YOF grant must be in prior to October 15.
ELIMINATE The Eliminate Project is a five year program established by Kiwanis and a partnership with UNICEF. Through a joint effort of the nearly 600,000 Kiwanis volunteers and the help of the K-Family, Kiwanis has set a goal to fundraise $110 million to eliminate MNT from the remaining 40 countries in the world. As a Key Clubber, we have an opportunity to participate as a K-Family member in this project. We, as high school students can make a difference for mothers and their children all around the world. Start a fundraiser at your local club, school, or community for this great cause. Share your success with the District by sending your story to the District Webmaster, Brandon Li, at email@example.com. Let’s come together and ELIMINATE MNT from the world!!!
Service Project: Serving our Troops If you were asked which group of people you think deserves to be honored and recognized most, who would you say? Right away I think of the men and women serving our nation, the soldiers of the United States. To end the Key Club year with a bang, my home club (Berlin Key Club) decided to send 32 care packages to troops who are stationed in Afghanistan. The boxes are going to the troops in the 2nd platoon of the 1157 Transportation Company, a unit based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Not only is the unit so close to our home town, but it also is my brother’s unit. When I was talking with my brother I found out that his unit was in need of supplies and cheering up from having to leave their family and friends. I began to get the information of the names and supplies they needed and wanted. A few weeks later I visited the post office to get an idea of what size boxes I would need to use and the price of shipping all 32 of the boxes; they had a special box that was specifically made for sending care packages to the troops and you wouldn’t have to pay for the boxes either. In total it would cost $450 to ship all the boxes. At first I was a little hesitant on our club being able to raise enough money to mail them and fill them with supplies, but luckily our Vice-President’s mom was behind me in line at the post office and overheard what I had planned to do with the boxes; right away she wanted to help us raise money for them and give us ideas on how to get supplies from the community. The full price of shipping was raised in less than three hours by a simple post on Facebook asking for the community of Berlin to come together and support this great cause. Talk about how amazing that is and how happy and STOKED we were! Two members volunteered to visit businesses and ask if they would be interested in donating money or items to fill the boxes. From this, we raised a total of $921 and we were able to ship out every package filled with the items we both purchased and received. This project was a huge success, and we plan on doing it again in the fall. By: Maddy Bologna LTG Division 13
Website Update WIUM Key Clubbers! WIUM’s District site just celebrated its first birthday! While the website is a new addition to our District, it has already found its importance through a plethora of accomplished goals such as bringing up the recorded service hours to over 60,000 and registering all seven hundred Key Clubbers for District Convention (DCON) online! I’m definitely looking forward to the great year ahead we have together. Through the website, communication of ideas and having a multitude of resources will definitely benefit your clubs greatly. A couple of things to highlight on the District website:
Governor Baylee and I will be updating our blogs frequently, so if you want to quickly see any changes on the site, take a look at our blogs!
From International Convention (ICON) and DCON, to the Fall Rallies, Key Leader, and K-Family Brewer Game, event information will be posted as the dates get closer! Keep your club aware of all the great opportunities the K-Family has provided to learn how to lead, and create new friendships in the K-Family, all while having fun!
The “Resources” tab is packed full of great ideas and helpful hints for club boards, especially for presidents. The “Advisors” tab, is a new addition to the website, where a ton of advice and information has been provided, from a Key Club 101 tutorial for an advisor that just joined Key Club, to filing tax information for the IRS.
All District board members have their own emails, thus if you need to contact your LTG or other board members, just click on “The Board”.
All the Key To Caring’s, our District newsletters, will also be updated and posted under the “Newsletter” Tab. A KTC archive has also been created, so if you want to check out WIUM’s awesome history, take a look! By: Brandon Li District Webmaster
District Tour to Orlando, FL July 2nd-8th
Fall Rally Locations
-Eau Claire -Iron Mountain - Waukesha Watch for dates/registration/event information
-Early Bird-Before November 1st -Due on or before November 30th
-September 21st-23rd Camp Wawbeek, Wisconsin Dells Register now at: www.key-leader.org
2012-2013 District Board District Governor Baylee Radke Welcome to the 2012-2013 Key Club year! My name is Baylee Radke and I have the honor of serving the WIUM Key Club District as Governor this year. I am currently a sophomore at Berlin High School, and outside of Key Club, I am a member of a group called Power Pals. It is a rather new group at our school that I have come to love because we work with students who have learning disabilities and help them to be able to take part in more activities in school. If I am not babysitting or working, I love to kick back and read novels by my favorite authors, and also spend time with my family. Although K-Kids and Builder’s Club are not yet a part of my hometown’s KFamily, I have been involved in the Kiwanis family since I was five years old. Even though I was very young, I loved to help our Kiwanis Club every opportunity I received. As a result of this, over the years Kiwanis has helped change who I am and what I strive for. Most importantly, Kiwanis helped me to find my love and passion for service. Kiwanis Family relations will play a large role during my term as Governor, as I aim to improve the communication between Key Club’s and their sponsoring club as well as with the other K-Family in the area. I also have a goal of chartering at least two K-Kids clubs and four Builder’s Clubs throughout the District as part of improving K-Family relations in WIUM. As always, communication will play a huge part in the success of our wonderful Wisconsin-Upper Michigan District. I encourage you all to keep in close contact with your Lieutenant Governor as they will be a resource for you and your club throughout the year. Please remember that I will also be available to you whenever you may have a question. I can be reached at almost any time of the day by phone, email, and Facebook. I am very excited to meet many of you throughout this upcoming year, and I hope that you will have a fantastic year.
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” -Aesop District Secretary/Treasurer Rachel Bath Hello WI-UM Key Clubbers! My name is Rachel Bath, and this year I am grateful to serve you this year as your 2012-2013 District Secretary/ Treasurer. Last year I was fortunate enough to serve you on the District Board, and through that year I have witnessed an amazing amount of growth within this amazing District. This year I will work hard along with the rest of the board to continue to see this District live up to all of the potential it has. This year I wish to help inspire the members of WIUM to continue their amazing service and dedication to Key Club. I also hope to further recognize and celebrate the many successes we can see in each and every club. To do this, I want to encourage clubs to consistently record and report their service projects and hours throughout the year. With these reports I promise to give credit to those who have truly represented the core values of Key Club through their service. I have been a dedicated Key Club member since my freshman year and I have also been a part of K-Kids and Builders Club in years before. Some people have asked me why I love Key Club so much, and so I tell them; Key Club is an amazing organization. But what I think is more amazing, is the people that make up this organization and the incredible amount of service and compassion these members show every day. Although Key Club is a huge part of my life, it isn’t the only one. This past year I have tried to become more involved in my school and community. I have participated in our high school’s varsity cheerleading and also in a competitive team. This year I have also been accepted into National Honors Society, and I hope to become a Link Crew Leader as well. And one of the most memorable things I have done this year, besides being elected as Secretary/Treasurer, was participating in my first musical, I love to dance and it was an incredible experience. I am very excited to start this new year and can’t wait to serve you all!
“The miracle is this - the more we share, the more we have.” -Leonard Nimoy District Bulletin Editor Nick Lewicki Hello my fellow Key Clubbers of WI-UM. My name is Nick Lewicki. It is an honor to be serving on the District Board as your new 2012-2013 Bulletin Editor! I started my Key Club when I was a freshman in high school and may I say Key Club has changed my way of life. I love to serve in my community and beyond just improving our way of life as a whole. It has taught me to be a selfless, caring, servant leader. I look forward to an exciting year filled with service opportunities, dedication, hard-work, and of course fun. Here’s a little bit more about me. I am currently a sophomore at Little Chute High School. I love going to school and being with all of my friends, plus learning a thing or two is also enjoyable and beneficial. When I’m not pursuing my passion for Key Club, you can find me hanging out with my friends, working on cars and/or trucks, and being active. I love sports whether it’s watching or playing them. I play football, basketball, and run track. I also love the outdoors, and everything that comes with it. This year, as excited as I am about the opportunity to serve on the District Board, I am prepared to serve my fellow WI-UM community as a valuable resource. I plan to keep communication a top priority in Key Club because we all contribute to the success of this organization. Therefore, if you have any ideas, recommendations, concerns, basically anything, I encourage you to talk to me in any means of communication, whether by phone, e-mail, etc. Think of me as a liaison between the District and local levels, as well as our many other accessible District Board members. Collaboration is key! I also will make it my responsibility to create an informative, interesting, factual, and fun “Key to Caring” article for our WI-UM District. Go Bulletin Editors! I’m looking forward to a year full of commitment, service, and fun. I hope to get to meet a lot of you and build some strong relationships. I can’t thank you enough for giving me the opportunity to serve my community even more!
Lieutenant Governor Division 1 Erin Idler My name is Erin Idler I am the new Lieutenant Governor for Division 1. I am currently a freshman at Wilmot Union High School and I am very involved in my school. I am in quite a few clubs including our schools Relay for Life Committee. I was inspired to join this club when my uncle was diagnosed with brain cancer when I was 12. I set myself a goal when I was quite young to “do everything with a purpose and for a purpose”. I have yet to fail at this goal, and I do not plan to either. I love what I do too much to even think about missing a chance to do something because I did not think of the positive outcome it would have. I hope you all have a great year as part of our amazing WI-UM Key Club District, and I am always here for any of you if you have any questions at all. Please never hesitate to ask.
Lieutenant Governor Division 2 Stephen Lin Hello, my name is Stephen Lin. I am currently a Junior at Brookfield Central High School. When I am not busy with schoolwork, you can find me playing varsity soccer for my school. I have been playing soccer ever since I was a toddler and I have been enjoying every moment of it! Aside from soccer, I am also an avid tennis player since I have grown up with this sport as well. In addition to sports, volunteering has always been something that I am ardent about. I love serving my community and others; therefore, I spent a lot of time at my local hospital as well as The Salvation Army. In my free time outside of my extra curricular commitments, I enjoy spending time with my friends. My friends always know how to make me laugh and relieve a stressful high school student’s life.
Lieutenant Governor Division 3 Madison Springhetti Hello Key Clubbers! My name is Madison Springhetti and I am overjoyed to be serving as your Lieutenant Governor for Division 3 this year! I am so excited to work with you all and make this your best year of Key Club yet. I am currently a sophomore at Kimberly High School where I spend most of my time involving myself in various aspects of my school and community. I am a part of the band and choir as well as theatre at Kimberly, and I also run Cross Country in the fall. I know this is going to be a fantastic year and I am so excited to work with all of you!
Lieutenant Governor Division 4 Trent McKinnon My name is Trent McKinnon; and I am your new Division 4 Lieutenant Governor! I am a sophomore at Middleton High School where I play soccer and golf. I am also a member of the varsity Math Team and co-president of our Middleton FBLA club. When I am not at school, I enjoy wakeboarding, snowboarding, spending time my family and friends, and of course, my 9 year old yellow lab, Bailey, who always keeps me entertained. I enjoy Key Club because it is the best way for high school students to get involved, work together, and make a difference in their community. I hope that everyone is as excited as I am for this year of Key Club, and I’m sure that this year will be a memorable one. I can't wait to meet the club officers of Division 4 and begin our year of service together!
Lieutenant Governor Division 5 Connor Sawyers Hello Key Clubbers, my name is Connor Sawyers and I am the LTG for Division 5 and I am excited for the coming Key Club year. A little about myself, I am a sophomore at Stoughton High School, I am involved in multiple clubs like Life of a Viking and Student Senate, and I’m a tri-sport athlete. Also I am an active member of my own Key Club. I’m very enthusiastic about working with all of great Key Clubbers in Division 5 and across the WIUM District.
Lieutenant Governor Division 6 Mitchell Roeske My name is Mitchell Roeske and I am so happy to be able to be your Lieutenant Governor for the 2012-2013 year. I am extremely excited about this opportunity, and I am also looking forward to a year full of success. To tell you a little bit about myself, I am currently a sophomore at Marquette University High School, and service has always been a huge part of my life. When I got into the Key Club at Marquette, I loved that I got the opportunity to expand my service to more people in more places. I am participating in cross country, and possibly a play or two at my school, which will take up some time, but I will be sure to put Key Club second, only to faith, school, and family. I will work hard, and thank you all for this position.
Lieutenant Governor Division 8 Julie Schweiss Hi, my name is Julie Schweiss, and I am more than excited to be serving as Division 8 LTG! A little bit about myself, I am a junior at Menomonee Falls High School. Other than Key Club, I am on the rock climbing team and varsity tennis team. I also enjoy biking, being involved with my church, playing ultimate frisbee, and listening to upbeat music. I can't wait to meet the board members of Division 8 and begin our year of service together!
Lieutenant Governor Division 9 Nikil Prasad Hello WI-UM Key Clubbers! My name is Nikil Prasad and I am the Division 9 Lieutenant Governor. I am very excited about this upcoming Key Club year! I am a junior from Brookfield Central High School, and I have been a member of Key Club since my freshman year. My goals for this year are: to increase the number of MRFs submitted, as well as participate in interdivisional service projects. I hope that you all are as excited as I am for this great upcoming year!
Lieutenant Governor Division 10 Charlie Thao I hope you’re as excited for the upcoming year as I am! I’m Charlie Thao, and I will be your 2012-2013 Lieutenant Governor for Division 10. If you don’t know me, I’ll be much obliged to introduce myself. Currently, I am a junior attending Manitowoc’s Lincoln High School. I’m very studious as well as actively involved around school. In addition to that, I am currently employed in a part-time job at a nursing home as a dietary aid, and I love talking to the residents; they bring a smile to my face as much as I do to them. Whenever I have free time, I love taking pictures, reading, discovering new music on Pandora, and occasionally Skyping with my friends. I know my way around Photoshop too, so I’d be happy to assist with any multimedia creativity you might have!
Lieutenant Governor Division 11 Jenna DeMoulin I am Jenna DeMoulin, I am proud and excited to be serving you as your 2012-2013 Lieutenant Governor. Let me tell you a little about myself. I am currently a junior at DePere High School and very involved in my school. I am a part of many different activities as well as sports. I have a true passion for making a difference in people’s lives. Together we can achieve great things!
Lieutenant Governor Division 12 Kelsey Connors My name is Kelsey Connors and I am so excited to have the opportunity to be Lieutenant Governor of Division 12. I am currently a junior at Kimberly High School, and I love Key Club. I hope all of the members of Division 12 have an opportunity to enjoy all of the amazing events WI-UM has planned this year. I know we can have an awesome year, and I can’t wait get to know all Division 12’s amazing clubs and members.
Lieutenant Governor Division 13 Maddy Bologna Hello, my name is Madeline Bologna and I am the 2012-2013 Lieutenant Governor for Division 13. I am ready to jump into this 20122013 Key Club year with devotion, leadership, creativity, and enthusiasm. I am currently a sophomore at Berlin High School where I am constantly trying to go above and beyond the bare minimum that is expected of me in Key Club. I enjoy Key Club because of the feeling I get once I have finished a service project and know that the people who I have helped will have a better life is like no feeling I have ever felt before. When I am not serving my school and community I am spending time with my family and friends, babysitting, or doing crafts. I hope to have an exciting and successful year of service as Lieutenant Governor for Division 13.
Lieutenant Governor Division 14/Awards Chair Kristen Rosen Being on Key Club District Board is a big honor and a major step in my life. I've fully served my club as Secretary and Vice President for the past 2 years and I'm excited to step it up another level! A little about myself is that I'm 16 years young, I have 2 brothers and 1 sister and I am on my high school tennis team. I love to play sports and I play multiple instruments including saxophone, acoustic, electric and bass guitar. Plus, I'm looking forward to being able to meet new people this year while serving as Lieutenant Governor and 201213 District Board Awards Committee Chair!
Lieutenant Governor Division 15/16 Melissa Falagian I am Melissa Falagian and I live in Mauston. I have the honor to serve as Lieutenant Governor. Key Club has always been my priority since my freshman year when I served as President, but I am involved in a few other clubs. These clubs include FBLA, F.A.C.T. (fighting against corporate tobacco) , Spanish club, and my church youth group. I love listening/playing music, and meeting new people. One goal I have for our division is to bring us all closer together while we work on service projects. I will use Divisional Council Meetings as a resource to do so. Iâ€™m definitely looking forward, to all of the exciting things this Key Club year has to bring and working with all of you!
Lieutenant Governor Division 17
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Molly Metzler Hello Key Club! My name is Molly Metzler and I am your Division 17 Lieutenant Governor. I am currently a sophomore at Green Bay Southwest High School where I am involved in volleyball, track, as well as a variety of other extra-curricular activities and of course KEY club! I can't wait to start a new year dedicated to helping others and developing leaders. My goal for the upcoming year is get even more students involved in this incredible organization while strengthening our current members. I look forward to getting to know as many of you as possible over the course of my term!
Lieutenant Governor Division 18 Sam Leicht Hello, I am Sam Leicht and I am a junior at Kimberly High School. I have huge plans for this year, and I can't wait to start meeting all of the amazing people in the WI-UM District. I am very friendly and I am always interested in talking- whether it be through text, email or Facebook. I have a good feeling about this year, and I hope that you are all as excited as I am to start working!
Lieutenant Governor Division 19 Caitlin Randell Hello all Division 19 Key Clubbers and Advisors! I hope youâ€™re ex-
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cited for a fantastic year of service, because I know I am! My name is Caitlin Randell, and I have the honor of serving as the 2012-2013 Division 19 Lieutenant Governor. I am currently a sophomore at Baraboo High School and I have been involved in Key Club since last year. Please donâ€™t hesitate to contact me with any questions, or just to say hello!
Lieutenant Governor Division 20/ New Club Building/Reactivation Chair
Ian McIntire My name is Ian McIntire and I am Lieutenant Governor of Division 20. This is my second year serving on the Key Club District Board and I can't wait to get this year started! If we work together we can make this our best year yet! I hope I can get to meet a lot of you at some of our Fall Rallies this year!
Lieutenant Governor Division 21 Megan Kelley Hi, I am Megan Kelley. I shall be serving you as your Division 21 Lieutenant Governor for this year. I hope to meet everyone. I am beyond excited to work with you to serve our communities. It will be an amazing year and full of unforgettable memories. In my spare time I like to read, ride my horse, or go for a run with my little brother. I participate is cross country and in track. I am also a member in my local FFA and I am Secretary for our Equestrian Club. I hope to have a successful year and make many new memories.
Lieutenant Governor Division 22 Phil LaMarch Hi Division 22, My name is Phil LaMarch. I am 16 years old and a sophomore at Escanaba High School. I am honored to serve as your Lieutenant Governor for Division 22 for the 2012-2013 Key Club year. I would like to start off by saying I am extremely excited for the new year and all of the opportunities it will bring us. I've been in Key Club for two years, and those two years have been wonderful, I've learned a lot of things and have met many new people.
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Lieutenant Governor Division 23/24 Jenna Larson Hey! My name is Jenna Larson. I am 15 years old (soon to be 16!), and Escanaba, Michigan is where I call home. I am only 5 feet tall, but don’t let that fool you, I am one of the loudest people you could ever meet! I have fire red hair that perfectly matches my personality; energetic, fun, outgoing, and bright! Things I like to do in my spare time include riding my bike, rollerblading, running, longboarding (still learning how), bowling, teaching Preschoolers and Kindergarteners at my church, singing, acting, dancing, hanging out with friends and family, and overall just having fun! My motto in life is “If you can’t have fun with what you’re doing in life, you aren’t living it right”. I live by this motto every day! I believe that everything I do, I should have fun. I definitely take things seriously when I need to, but sometimes people need to just relax and enjoy this crazy rollercoaster we call life! I am so excited to get to share this 2012-2013 Key Club adventure with all of you! I think this is going to be the best year our District has ever seen!
Lieutenant Governor Division 25 Melissa Panetta Hey, my name is Melissa Panetta, and I am so excited to serve as Division 25’s Lieutenant Governor this year. I hope all of you are as energetic and enthusiastic with this coming year of Key Club as I am. I am fully confident that this year of Key Club will be unforgettable. I am currently a junior at Wausau West High School where I am involved in a few different aspects of high school life. Although Key Club is an amazing club to be a part of, it never hurts to broaden your horizon and have multiple different interests. This year and last year I spent a majority of my time drawing and creating different sculptures for art shows, and one of my pieces actually won first place, which I am very thankful for. I also participate in sports. I am on my school’s varsity tennis team and I play softball in the summer. Along with that, I am also in National Honor Society and DECA, but of course Key Club is a main priority. I can’t wait to meet all of you throughout the year. Let’s all work together to make a difference in the world.
Lieutenant Governor Division 26 Mitchell Sauder My name is Mitchell Sauder and I am very excited for the opportunity to be the Lieutenant Governor (LTG.) for the newest Division in the WIUM District, Division 26. I am currently a junior at Kimberly High School, and have been involved in the Kiwanis Family since I was in Builders Club in seventh grade. Through Key Club and other organizations I am very involved in my school as well as my community. I look forward to this Key Club year with great anticipation as I know it will undoubtedly be the best one yet!
K-Family/Public Relations Chair Alyssa Laird Hello Key Clubbers, I’m Aly Laird. I am the K-Family Committee Chairperson for the 2012-2013 Key Club I am proud to be serving on the WI-UM District Board. I hope that it will be a great year of service. I decided to join Key Club my freshman year of high school, but I wasn’t very involved with it because I was really shy. This year, I decided to be more involved and meet new people. So, that’s what I did. I was more involved, and I had the opportunity to go to DCON. While I was at DCON, I realized I wanted to run for a District Board position, but I wasn’t going to run this year. But, I stepped out of my comfort zone, and ran for a position. I didn’t get that position, but two weeks later, I was appointed as the K-Family Committee Chair.
District Webmaster Brandon Li Hey everyone! My name is Brandon Li and I’m thrilled to be your District Webmaster for the upcoming year. I’m sixteen years old and a junior at Kimberly High School. Whether it’s performing piano concerts for the elderly at local nursing homes, to playing tennis under the sun, I love to keep my life active! Key Club has brought so many wonderful changes to my life, and as your District Webmaster, I’m striving to bring our district to the next level! Two of my main goals for this upcoming year are to create easy communication pathways between LTGs and Key Clubbers in their divisions, and to create a digital library containing a plethora of resources for dedicated and passionate key clubbers like you! I’m looking forward to the great year of service and fun ahead of us!
International Trustee Somya Gupta To the Wisconsin-Upper Michigan District: it has been an honor being able to serve, as your International Trustee, such an amazing group of individuals. I am incredibly thankful to have been allowed to be a small part of such a huge loving family.
District Administrator I joined Kiwanis in 1988. Since joining, I've served in many capacities through my home club (in Little Chute) I've served at the Kiwanis District Level as well holding the office of Lt Governor, Regional Trustee, District Trainer, and Kiwanis Governor; and for the past year as your Key Club District Administrator. I've thoroughly enjoyed working within Key Club and will continue to work diligently to move this District forward. While we volunteer with Key Club, my full time job is actually that of a Corporate Travel Consultant. This year's District Board, under the leadership of your Governor, Baylee Radke, is committed to the goals set during their training session in April. WI-UM is growing. The more interaction we have with each other; the bigger the impact we will have in our communities. Have a great and safe summer.
District Assistant Administrator Kim Wesley Hello WI-UM District! My name is Kim Wesley and I am your Assistant Administrator. I have been a member of the Kiwanis Family for 14 years with membership in Key Club, Circle K, and Kiwanis. I love volunteering with the WI-UM Key Club District Board of Officers. Beyond my commitment to Key Club, I have a full time job in Human Resources at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. I have the additional pleasure of being Faculty Advisor to the UW-Milwaukee Circle K Club. I am incredibly excited for the 2012-2013 Key Club year. The District Board has set some wonderful goals and the WI-UM District is going to accomplish great things.
We are all looking forward to serving WIUM this upcoming 2012-2013 year!
Contact Us firstname.lastname@example.org - Baylee Radke
D17LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Molly Metzler
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D18LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Sam Leicht
firstname.lastname@example.org - Nick Lewicki
D19LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Caitlin Randell
email@example.com - Brandon Li
D20LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Ian McIntire
D1LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Erin Idler
D21LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Megan Kelley
D2LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Stephen Lin
D22LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Phil LaMarch
D3LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Madison Springhetti
D23LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Jenna Larson
D4LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Trent McKinnon
D24LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Jenna Larson
D5LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Connor Sawyers
D25LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Melissa Panetta
D6LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Mitchell Roeske
D26LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Mitchell Sauder
D8LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Julie Schweiss
K.FAMILY@wiumkeyclub.com - Alyssa Laird
D9LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Nikil Prasad
AWARDS@wiumkeyclub.com - Kristen Rosen
D10LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Charlie Thao
CLUB.BLDG@wiumkeyclub.com - Ian McIntire
D11LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Jenna DeMoulin
ADMINISTRATOR@wiumkeyclub.com - Kathy Gillis
D12LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Kelsey Connors
ASST.ADMIN@wiumkeyclub.com - Kim Wesley
D13LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Maddy Bologna D15LTG@wiumkeyclub.com - Melissa Falagian