Audrey’s Announcements Division 20 /November Volume 1: Issue 7 Lieutenant Governor’s Page Table of Contents Hi Division 20, I hope you’re all doing very well, and that you all weren’t hit too hard by the random snowstorm. Within the next few months, I will be visiting all your schools to just check on your progress and see how your meetings are doing. I’ll alert each school a week in advance to let you know that I’ll be attending. Next order of business: Project Showcase! Project Show- case will be taking place on November 17th, from 7:30 PM to around 9:30 PM at the Montville High School Auditorium. I sincerely hope to see many of you there! Also, please keep in mind the deadlines for each item. Flip to page 2 to refresh your memory. Page 3 also contains the ad for the event itself, to post around your schools. Also, I hope you’re all in the process of collecting dues. The Early Bird deadline has passed, but keep in mind that the regular deadline is coming up soon (December 1st!). Lastly, the Lieutenant Governor election for Division 20 has been scheduled already. Please alert any Key Clubbers who are interested in running of the date (which I had emailed all of you previously), and tell them to contact me for more informa- tion. Yours in Caring and Service, Audrey Lee (973) 978-3638 firstname.lastname@example.org Page 2 Project Showcase Deadlines Page 3 Project Showcase Flyer Page 4 Fall Rally Recap Page 5 District Convention Page 6 Calendar Page 7 Key Leader Page 8 NJDB Contact Info
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Division 20 /November Volume 1: Issue 7
Lieutenant Governor’s PageTable of ContentsHi Division 20, I hope you’re all doing very well, and that you all weren’t hit too hard by the random snowstorm. Within the next few months, I will be visiting all your schools to just check on your progress and see how your meetings are doing. I’ll alert each school a week in advance to let you know that I’ll be attending. Next order of business: Project Showcase! Project Show-case will be taking place on November 17th, from 7:30 PM to around 9:30 PM at the Montville High School Auditorium. I sincerely hope to see many of you there! Also, please keep in mind the deadlines for each item. Flip to page 2 to refresh your memory. Page 3 also contains the ad for the event itself, to post around your schools. Also, I hope you’re all in the process of collecting dues. The Early Bird deadline has passed, but keep in mind that the regular deadline is coming up soon (December 1st!). Lastly, the Lieutenant Governor election for Division 20 has been scheduled already. Please alert any Key Clubbers who are interested in running of the date (which I had emailed all of you previously), and tell them to contact me for more informa-tion.
Yours in Caring and Service,Audrey Lee
Page 2Project Showcase Deadlines
Page 3Project Showcase Flyer
Page 4Fall Rally Recap
Page 5District Convention
Page 7Key Leader
Page 8NJDB Contact Info
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Project Showcase Deadlines
Project Showcase Cover Letter As part of Division 20, you are expected to complete certain tasks to ensure the success of the Project Showcase. Please use the checklist below as a resource.
Sell at least 1/2 a page worth of ads - This can be either 2 1/4 pages, or a full 1/2 page ad. - In this envelope, there is a letter template you can use to give to businesses - You must vist all the businesses by Friday, October 21th - Please scan all submissions to LTG Jerry (email@example.com) by Monday, October 24th •Inyouremail,indicatewhichbusinesstheadisfor,aswellastheadsize -EmphasizethetalentshowisfortheELIMINATEProject •SeeinsideenvelopeforanELIMINATEProjectinformationalflyer - Jerry will contact you later in regards to the ad money
Recruit at least 1 band by October 25th - $5 for solo act (or 1 singer + 1 accompaniment), $10 for group act - Every act must fill out the registration sheet in this envelope - Acts can also register online at: bit.ly/projectshowcase - Acts must mail their registration money (as well as paper form, if used) to:
28GolfLane,EastHanover,NJ07936(please indicate what the money is for in the mailing)
Sell at least 20 tickets - $5 if purchased from a Key Club officer, $8 if purchased at the door - Send all the money to me by November 18th -Canbeinperson,ormailedtomeat28GolfLane,EastHanover,NJ - Please indicate what club the money is from, if mailed.
Thank you for all your support! Yours in Caring and Service,
Montville HS (100 Horseneck Road, Montville,
November 17 @ 7:00 PM
Purchase a ticket from a
Key Club officer for only $5!
$8 @ the door
Fall Rally Recapby LTG Division 15 Ashley Joseph
On October 9th, 2011, Key Clubbers from
across the district came out to Six Flags Great Adven-
ture, in Jackson, New Jersey to kick off the service
year at Fall Rally. From various animal-related mo-
tions during the Jungle Explosion, to the screams of
Key Club pride for the coveted spirit stick, this event
had enthusiasm written all over it. We collected a
bunch of items for Tools for Schools and spread the
Key Club spirit across the entire park! Even though
we slightly fell short of our district goal of 3,000 at-
tendees, we’re just going to have to try even harder
next year to fulfill our target!
Great job this year Division 20! We had one
of the largest turnouts at Fall Rally this year, and I
hope you all keep up this excitement for the remain-
der of the service year.
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Walk the Boardwalk of Service @ DCON 2012!by LTG Audrey Lee
November Page 5
Take a walk on the boardwalk of service at this year’s District Convention! This year,
the convention has been relocated back to New Jersey, at the Ocean Place Resort and Spa in
Long Branch, NJ. Hang out with Key Clubbers just as dedicated as you right on the shoreline,
from March 30 to April 1! Get the chance to participate in the the election of the New District
Executive Board members, participate in informative workshops, and meet new people at the
Look out for the registration pack-
et and some more information I will be
sending out in the upcoming months!
November Page 6
Important DatesNovember 7-11: Key Club Week
November 10: Club Monthly Report Forms Due!
November 17: Project Showcase at Montville HS (7:00 PM - 9:30 PM)
November 18: Money collected from all Project Showcase related activities collected
November 30: Postmark dues
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The Very Important Details… When: December 9-11, 2011 Friday 4 - 6 pm Registration to Sunday 11:30 am Where: Lebanon Baptist Camp Grounds off Rte 22 Lebanon, New Jersey Cost: Key Clubbers - $140, non-Key Clubbers, $165 Must Enter Coupon Code NJKDF to receive this reduced price that is subsidized by $35 a grant from the NJ Kiwanis Foundation
Register by November 5 to avoid a late fee: Go to Key-Leader.org and select “Participate”
Questions? Contact Mrs. Celeste Werfel, the NJ Kiwanis District Chair of Key Leader, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 973-228-2743 or Mr. John Polewczak, NJ Kiwanis District Site Coordinator at Jpolewczak04@msn.com, 973-930-2240 email@example.com Key Leader is an approved program by the National Association of Secondary School Principals
Friday, December 9 to Sunday, December 11 Could be a life changing experience!
Kiwanis International’s leadership education program for high school age students Key Leader’s mission is: to provide a life-changing experience that inspires young people to achieve their personal best
through service leadership There are large and small group activities There is a mixture of information, discussion, interactive events and presentations NJ District of Kiwanis provides all chaperones, background checks are required
“Key Leader opened my eyes to certain aspects of who I was. Through the program, I learned more about myself through the Key Leader principles and what it means to be a servant leader within my home, school, and community. I think students, whether they're already leaders or looking to become one, should attend Key Leader because not only do you make friendships that'll last a lifetime, but the program shows you that no matter who you are and despite what you may personally think, you really do have what it takes to become a leader.“ - Nicole Darrah, NJ Key Club Governor
"I went into the program shy and with a closed off mind just counting how many days I had until I got to leave and go home. By the end of the program, I built amazing friendships, learned the value of team work, gained confidence, and learned a lot about myself in the process. It was an enlightening and amazing experience." - Roland Johnson, Union Catholic HS
“I walked into Key Leader extremely shy, anxious
and self conscious, not wanting to go. But I walked out happier than ever with a bunch of new friends, confidence and inner strength. It was an amazing experience that I won't forget. My only regret? Not jumping right in from the first day and participating
right off the bat. Remember, it doesn't matter if you don't know anyone. Because when you leave,
you'll know pretty much everyone." Monika Szumski – Roxbury HS