Key Club Meeting OCTOBER 2, 2013
Welcome • Welcome to Mr. Marko and Mr. Shea, our Kiwanis advisors • A special thanks to Ms. Volpe and Ms. Manesiotis, our faculty advisors! They are very excited for us to have a great year.
NEW OFFICERS! Congrats to… Our new vice president: JASON HU Our new treasurer: ASHISH KAMATH
Key Club Pledge I pledge, on my honor, to uphold the Objects of Key Club International; to build my home, school and community; to serve my nation and God; and combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.
Dues • If you haven’t turned in dues yet, make sure you give them to Mrs. Volpe or Mrs. Manesiotis by this Friday • $20 made out to NASH Key Club • Includes t-shirt and pays for your dues to Key Club international as well as participation in all club activities!
“How do I keep track of my hours??” • Record your in-club, out-of-club, and donation hours on your spreadsheet on your own • Include event, date, and number of hours • For out of club hours, make sure you list a contact person and phone number. We WILL be doing spot checks! • Turn in your spreadsheets in January and and June for us to check • When you hit 20 hours, share your document with Mrs. Manesiotis!
Upcoming Service Projects • Tutoring @ Hosack • Every Tuesday and Thursday 2:40- 3:20 • Sign up on Google Docs. • Glow Sticks @ Home Football Game this Friday • Benefits the Cambodian Children's Fund • Sign up on Google Docs • See Audrey Immonen with questions
Northland Book Sale • This weekend Oct 5-6 • Contact Ms. Karen Puff, fill out an application if interested. Contact info can be found on the Google Docs Calendar • Outside of club hours
Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast • Saturday October 12, 2013 from 8am-11am • Ascension Lutheran Church, 8225 Peebles Road • Key Clubbers needed both to help make/serve pancakes AND to attend the breakfast! • $5 for your choice of regular, blueberry, and chocolate chip pancakes, sausage, orange juice, coffee, and tea • Proceeds benefit our club and local community • Sign up on the calendar
Halloween Activities! • Trick or Trot 5k • Saturday October 26th, 7:30 @NAI • Health and Wellness fair & 5k • Volunteers can sign up on the calendar • Trick or Treat for UNICEF • Eliminate Project to end maternal and neonatal tetanus • Put info slips in newspaper boxes ahead of time, then trick or treat with your box on Halloween to collect change! (Papers are online for you to personalize) • Every $7 collected = 1 donation hour
Tulip Sale • We will be selling tulip bulbs to plant around NASH (will regrow each year!) • Funds go the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society • Please take some forms and try to sell to your friends and neighbors • (2 bulbs= 1 donation hour) • Bulb money due by 10/22 at 2:30 to Volpe or Manesiotis
Looking Ahead... • Gobble for Cans in November • Collect cans from neighbors • Boucek’s Battalion in December • Cookie baking and packaging to send overseas to soldiers • Carnation Sale at Valentines Day
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer - OCTOBER 12, 9:00 AM - The Breaststrokers - North Shore - You can donate or sign up to walk - Details on calendar - Outside hours
Committee Chairs • Any juniors who ran for office who would still like to be committee chairs, or any seniors who are interested, should see us after the meeting!
It’s almost time for Key Club/Kiwanis Spirit week! • October 21-25 • To raise awareness about Key Club and the work we do! Includes: • A service project (planting tulips after school) • A “Support Your Cause” day • A Staff Appreciation Day
Spirit Week Monday 10/21 • Support your Cause Tuesday 10/22 • Club T-Shirt day Wednesday 10/23 • Service day: Tulip planting after school Thursday 10/24 • Random Act of Kindness Day Friday 10/25 • Staff Appreciation Day