9/22/10
Key Club 1st Meeting
I pledge on my honor to uphold
the objects of Key Club
International; to build my home,
school, and community; to serve
my...
2010-2011 Officers
• Sergeant-at-Arms Will
Johnson
• Bulletin Editor Brandon
Horvath
• Activities Coordinator Nick
Ragan
•...
What is Key Club?
 It is the oldest, largest, and most successful non-
profit student-led organization for high school
st...
Incentives to Join Key Club?
 Make new friends!
 Develop
leadership skills
 Officer
opportunities at all
levels
 Make ...
Two weeks ago…
Last week…
Whitney/Rocklin/
Lincoln Key Club
Carwash
This week…
Regional Training
Conference/Septembe
r DCM
Who: EVERYONE! (members,
advisors, officers)
What: We will have wor...
DCM’
T-shirts on sale! literally
Only $7! First set of orders must be placed
by this Saturday
Upcoming Events
 October 2 – Night the Light Walk
 October 2-3 – Relay for Life
Rancho Cordova
 October 10 – Walk Now f...
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Key Club 1st Meeting

  1. 1. 9/22/10 Key Club 1st Meeting
  2. 2. 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. Key Club Pledge
  3. 3. 2010-2011 Officers • Sergeant-at-Arms Will Johnson • Bulletin Editor Brandon Horvath • Activities Coordinator Nick Ragan • Advisor Mr. Kimmel • Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hong • President Andre Mota • Vice President Michael Tran • Vice President J.J. Woo • Treasurer Ravi Sharma • Secretary David Leung
  4. 4. What is Key Club?  It is the oldest, largest, and most successful non- profit student-led organization for high school students.  We spread our core values through community service and teach leadership through service to others.  Work with March of Dimes, UNICEF, Children’s Miracle Network, Kiwanis, and Circle K  Mainly focus around the community but also have events within our division, region, and district
  5. 5. Incentives to Join Key Club?  Make new friends!  Develop leadership skills  Officer opportunities at all levels  Make a difference in your community  Get involved  Looks great on college apps Introduction Meeting
  6. 6. Two weeks ago…
  7. 7. Last week… Whitney/Rocklin/ Lincoln Key Club Carwash
  8. 8. This week… Regional Training Conference/Septembe r DCM Who: EVERYONE! (members, advisors, officers) What: We will have workshops on everything that you will need to know about how to have an effective year in Key Club this year. When: Saturday, September 25th, 9 a.m - 4 p.m. Where: Pleasant Grove High School, Elk Grove Cost: $5 for food, training materials, and fun
  9. 9. DCM’
  10. 10. T-shirts on sale! literally Only $7! First set of orders must be placed by this Saturday
  11. 11. Upcoming Events  October 2 – Night the Light Walk  October 2-3 – Relay for Life Rancho Cordova  October 10 – Walk Now for Autism Speaks  October 23 – Fally Rally North  October 31 – Trick-or-treating for UNICEF
  12. 12. THE END! Thank you for your time

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