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Division 35 April 2013 Newsletter

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  • APRIL 2013 VOL. 1 // ISSUE 1

    DIVISION 35

    TIGER TALES PNW | KEY CLUB

  • Hey

    Tigers!!

    Greetings! The 64th Annual

    PNW District Convention a

    couple of weeks ago was a

    huge success and I hope that

    each of you has recovered from

    your Post-DCON Syndrome

    without too much hardship.

    First, Id like to say that Im

    so honored and grateful to

    serve you as the next Lieuten-

    ant Governor of Division 35. My

    main goal this year is to strengthen

    the division by creating unity

    within. I plan to work with

    each of your clubs and

    provide you with any re-

    sources you need!

    IN THIS

    ISSUE...

    Greetings from your

    Lt.G!

    International

    Updates

    Upcoming Events

    Contact

    Information

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    10

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    Follow us on Facebook and

    Twitter. @PNWDivision35

  • As we welcome the beginning of a new Key Club year, unfortunately that

    means we must also say goodbye to our past board members. With that said, I

    would like to say thank you

    to Emerson, Wyatt, and

    Olivia, all past Division 35

    Lieutenant Governors and

    members of the 2012-13

    District Board. I wish you

    the best of luck and I know

    that each of you will have

    fantastic futures.

    This next year, I hope

    to create lasting friendships

    and memories to cherish

    and look back on as we

    celebrate at next years

    DCON at the Seattle Con-

    vention Center. Prepare yourselves for another unforgettable year, because I

    know its going to be great!

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    About the

    Division! Mascot: Tigers

    Colors: Black and Orange

    Schools: Clover Park, Curtis, Franklin Pierce,

    Graham-Kapowsin, Harrison Prep, Lakes,

    Steilacoom, Washington

    In love and service,

    Renee Loucks

    PNW Division 35 Lieutenant Governor

  • DCON RECAP!

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  • SeaTac, WA

    March 22-24.

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    3

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  • MAKE D.C. YOUR DESTINATION.

    JULY 18, 2013

    REGISTER FOR ICON TODAY!

    APRIL 25TH: $700 DEPOSIT DUE

    MAY 25TH: $650 DEPOSIT DUE

    TOTAL COST: $1350.00

    If a spot on the tour is reserved after May 25th, it must be paid in full. Re-

    maining sports, if any, can be reserved until June 25th. Registration will be

    closed following June 25th.

    Make Checks payable to PNW Key Club.

    Please send forms and payments to:

    PNW Key Club

    Attn: International Convention

    PO Box 3933

    Silverdale, WA 98383-3933

    Price Includes:

    seven nights at the Washington Hilton

    Airfare to/from Washington D.C.

    Transportation between hotel/airport and to touring sites.

    International convention registration

    Spirit pack including a hot-pink district t-shirt and Moose antlers.

    Miscellaneous incidental expenses

    Night bus tour of historical monuments.

    For more information,

    email me at

    [email protected]!

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  • THE ELIMINATE PROJECT

    What is the ELIMINATE

    Project?

    The Eliminate Project is a joint project with

    Kiwanis and UNICEF to internationally ter-

    minate MNT.

    What is MNT?

    In 30 countries around the world, maternal

    and neonatal tetanus (MNT) can quickly turn

    the joy of childbirth into tragedy. MNT kills

    one baby every nine minutes. Its effects are

    excruciating tiny newborns suffer repeated,

    painful convulsions and extreme sensitivity to

    light and touch. There is little hope of surviv-

    al. And tetanus kills mothers too.

    Who suffers from mnt?

    MNT is caused when tetanus spores, found

    in soil everywhere, come into contact with

    open cuts during childbirth. The disease

    strikes the poorest of the poor, the geograph-

    ically hard to reach and those without health

    care.

    $1.80 = enough to save a mother and

    her newborns lives.

  • THE ELIMINATE PROJECT Do your

    part

    EDUCATE yourself.

    ADVOCATE to the world.

    INVEST to save and

    protect.

    ELIMINATE maternal and

    neonatal

    tetanus.

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  • APRIL CALENDAR

    SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

    31

    HAPPY

    EASTER!

    1 2 3 4

    SECRETARY

    REPORTS DUE!

    5

    KEY LEADER

    6

    WEEKEND,

    APRI L 5 -7

    7

    8 9 10

    LTG NEWSLET-

    TERS/ REPORTS

    DUE

    11 12 13

    GATHERING

    PROJECT @

    WILSON HS 10-

    12 PM

    14 15 16 17 18 19 20

    21 22 23 24

    DCM!

    NARROWS

    PLAZA BOWL

    @ 4:30 PM

    25 26

    SPRING

    BOARD

    MEET ING

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    APRI L 26 -27

    28 29 30 1 2 3 4

    Important

    spring dates:

    MAY 5 SECRETARY REPORTS DUE!

    MAY 6-10 ELIMINATE WEEK!

    MAY 10 LTG REPORTS/ NEWSLETTERS DUE!

    MAY 18 DIV 34/35 MARCH OF DIMES TEAM

    MAY 29 DIVISIONAL COUNCIL MEETING

  • IMPORTANT

    Announcements!

    Our next interdivisional project will be the Gathering Project

    on April 13th! Well be at Wilson High School from 10-12 PM

    sorting medical supplies.

    ELIMINATE week is just around the corner! Start discussing

    with your clubs about how you will advocate and raise

    funds for the Eliminate Project for the week of May 6-10!

    Think about making posters and passing out flyers to build

    awareness in your school!

    Our next DCM will be at Narrows Plaza Bowl! It is required

    that all officers go and its highly encouraged that members

    attend as well! Its going to be a lot of fun and hope to see

    all of you there! Please bring money for bowling and $2 for

    food!

    We have formed a March of Dimes team with Div. 34! On

    May 18th, come down and March for Babies. Start finding

    sponsors now!

    What service projects have you guys been up to!? Send me

    pictures of your clubs events and members to be featured

    in my next newsletters!

    Do you like art?! Im looking for Division 35 sweatshirt de-

    signs! Submit your designs to [email protected]!

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  • CONTACT INFO!

    District Board

    Administrators

    Clover Park

    Curtis

    Trang Tran, District Governor

    [email protected]

    Hakikat Bains, District Secretary

    [email protected]

    Eric Grewal, District Treasurer

    [email protected]

    Sara Thomas, District Bulletin Editor

    [email protected]

    Denny Lim, Convention Chair

    [email protected]

    Renee Loucks, Division 35 Lt. Governor

    [email protected]

    John Jay, District Administrator

    [email protected]

    Tom Sanders, Assistant Administrator

    [email protected]

    President Carrie Ann Wootan

    [email protected]

    Vice President Tyler Bosser

    [email protected]

    Secretary Omar Cossio

    [email protected]

    Treasurer Jessica Lee

    [email protected]

    Bulletin Editor Michael Morales

    [email protected]

    Bulletin Editor Adam Guevara

    [email protected]

    President Maria Buan

    [email protected]

    Vice President Michael Kang

    [email protected]

    Secretary Jenny Kim

    [email protected]

    Treasurer Daniel Kim

    [email protected]

    Bulletin Editor Kristen Jebulan

    [email protected]

    Harrison Prep

    President Zak Buller

    Vice President

    Secretary

    Treasurer

    Bulletin Editor

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  • CONTACT INFO!

    Franklin-Pierce

    Graham-Kapowsin

    Lakes

    Steilacoom

    Washington

    President Meredith Lanthorn

    [email protected]

    Vice President Stephanie Mackenn

    Secretary Cari Coles

    [email protected]

    Treasurer Jazlyn Filion

    [email protected]

    Bulletin Editor Jessica Domino

    President Julian Chhouy

    [email protected]

    Vice President Serissa Thalia

    [email protected]

    Secretary Mailan Doan

    [email protected]

    Treasurer Jiny Jeon

    [email protected]

    Bulletin Editor Hannah Park

    [email protected]

    President Ryan Hahn

    [email protected]

    Vice President Asia Fields

    [email protected]

    Secretary Laura Riley

    [email protected]

    Treasurer Jessica Kim

    [email protected]

    Bulletin Editor Mackenzie Norberg

    [email protected]

    President Vi Phung

    [email protected]

    Vice President Vince Wolfgram

    [email protected]

    Secretary Faythe Choi

    [email protected]

    Treasurer Johanna Forbes

    [email protected]

    Bulletin Editor Vince Geangan

    [email protected]

    President Olivia Moore

    [email protected]

    Vice President

    Secretary Marijo Manois

    [email protected]

    Treasurer

    Bulletin Editor

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  • THANKS FOR READING!

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