PNW KEY CLUB
VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2 JUNE 2018
DIVISION 50 CLE ELUM ROSYLN ELLENSBURG GRANDVIEW SUNNYSIDE WEST VALLEY
CONTENTS 1 Month's Review
Lieutenant Governor's Letter
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Key Club Days
DCON Logo Design Contest
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S LETTER Greetings Division 50! School is out and I hope you all are having an excellent summer so far.Though school is out, service doesnâ€™t stop! Stay active this summer by staying connected with fellow Key Clubbers and be on the lookout for local volunteering opportunities whether it be by your Key Club or Kiwanis. Check out page 4 for a few upcoming volunteering opportunities within our division. If you are interested and have questions regarding further details, feel free to contact me, my contact information will be on page 7. With Love and Service, Briteny Zhu
"CARINGâ€” OUR WAY OF LIFE"
CLE ELUM- ROSLYN
MONTH'S REVIEW June 1st Bake sale to help fund raise for next year's events, Cle Elum Key Clubbers raised up to $598.56
June 8th Cle Elum Key Clubbers had a scholarship ceremony for all the Key Club seniors.
June 2nd Key Clubbers helped decorate kids' bikes and offered face painting at the Kids Bike Parade at a Sunnyside Park
June 6th Key Clubbers helped deliver Krispy Kreme doughnuts from their doughnut sale and helped decorate after school to prepare for the senior breakfast.
Key Clubbers helped serve food at the senior breakfast.
June 2nd Key Clubbers volunteered to help out at the West Valley Kiwanis Golf Tournament
Cle Elum Roslyn Key Clubbers at their Bake Sale at Warrior's Quik Stop Gas Station in Cle Elum
Cle Elum Roslyn Key Clubbers at their Key Club scholarship ceremony
VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES JULY S
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13-14 (Fri-Sat): Wenatchee Youth Circus sponsored by Ellensburg Kiwanis 14 (Sat): Eagles Dinner and Auction in Cle Elum 19-21 (Thu-Sat): West Valley Fair 27-29 (Fri-Sun): Cle Elum Roundup Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 3-5 PM, Volunteer at Roslyn Public Library to help kids do science or math projects and play chess
KEY CLUB DAYS
An opportunity of fun and learning about our PNW district!
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
Oaks Park, Portland, OR TICKETS: $30. FREE PARKING LIMITED CAPACITY TO FIRST 300 PEOPLE DELUXE RIDE BRACELET+ALL MIDWAY RIDES AND ROLLERSKATING
Lieutenant Governor's Note Hey Division 50! I know DCON is still a fairly new concept to clubs within our division. However, this would be a great opportunity to start thinking about DCON 2019 and also a good way to get involved. Donâ€™t be afraid to enter the contest and have fun! In Love and Service, Briteny Zhu
STAY CONNECTED DIVISION 50 LTG BRITENY ZHU EMAIL: LTG50@PNWKEYCLUB.ORG PNW KEY CLUB INSTAGRAM @PNWKEYCLUB
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June edition of the Division 50 newsletter.