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January Newsletter

January Newsletter

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Published by: Amanda Hernandez on Jan 06, 2012
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“Where service is featured and news is delivered!”
 
Inside this issue:
Opening Message…..1
 
416 Babies……………1
 
 Awards………………..2
 
Blurbs…………………2
 
Club Visits…………..2
 Dodge 2 Eliminate..2Time Management..3
Hour Goals………….3
 
Call to SZR…………..3
 
FLOF………………….4
 
District Contacts…..4
 
Division 25C Key Clubbers,
Hope you had a magnificent, service filled winter break that was used to power up for the next few months! From now untilDistrict Convention is when Key Club gets down to the nitty gritty, preparing all of our big service projects, preparing forDCON May 10-14th through all of the awards things that needto be turned in by the 1st of April, fundraisers, elections, train-ing of new officers and keeping the members motivated to domore service. We all just need to take a deep breathe and usesome time management. This is going to be a very importantaspect because while you might not want to be filling out all of this paperwork or spend that extra hour working on your election speech it will all pay off in the end two or three fold. Moreover, lets gear up and tackle not only these prob-lems head on but those of the community.
 Yours In Service,
 January 2012
OUR NEXT DCM IS TBD BY NEXT WEEK  
Our division did an amazing job thesepast few months on Eliminating Maternal/Neonatal Teta-nus through the Eliminate Project. We ended up raising atotal of $748.85 as a division. All of the clubs played a key role in raising this money and saving the lives of thesemothers and babies. In addition, many clubs raised addi-tional money through Trick or Treat for UNICEF whichamounted to thousands of dollars. While a heady congratu-
lations is in store it’s time for all of us to shift our efforts toChildren’s Miracle Network in our winter service focus.
 
416 Babies and Counting!
 
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In District & InternationalNews
Club Spotlight:Dodge 2 Eliminate
Barbara Goleman willbe hosting a Dodge balltournament on January 10th from 6-9 P.M. intheir gym. All proceeds will go to The EliminateProject. Have questions?Contact Kimberly at305-332-3892
So What AwardsShould I beFocusing on Now?
 Although all awards are due
 April 1st
, there are someawards you might want tobe focusing on now in orderto do them easiest, stressfree way.1. Start with the Awardsthat you have already completed the legwork for such as the- UNICEF/EliminateFundraising Award Applica-tion.- J. Walker OutstandingKiwanis Advisor App.- Jack Gander OutstandingFaculty Advisor App.- Start completing yourscrapbook with pages fromthe first half of the year.2. Start thinking aboutscripts for your video, thefocus of your poster andthings of that nature.
major emphasis. No single organization or initiative shall be considered exclu-sively a R 
***IF YOUR CLUB HAS AN EVENT, MTG, SERVICE PROJECT ETC. THAT YOU’D LIKE ME TO ATTEND PLEASE LET ME KNOW!
 
 
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Time Management &Organization
We’re the Mighty
Flamingos Alright!
 
Think you have what it takes to be a better servant leader by learningmore?
Then Spring Zone Rally is the place for you to be! SZR is the place where we electour new Lieutenant Governor, here from district and international candidates,and get trained in our officer positions.
 When?
February 11th
 Where?
La Salle High School, 3601 S.Miami Ave. Coconut Grove, FL 33133
Time?
8:OO A.M.-1:00 P.M.
Cost?
$5.00
PRIDE REPORTS ARE DUE BY JANUARY 10TH!!
Elections:
Remember that if you’d like to
run for a District or International position you must turn in your forms by the end of the month.Also, club elections should bedone between now and Febru-ary. Remember:
after you’ve done
your elections OIFforms need to befilled out online assoon as possible!
Divisional ServiceGoal
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*1st HGHS 7482 Hours* 2nd BGHS 4721 Hours*3rd HHS 1392 Hours
Official Call to
Spring Zone Rally
 
 Well Jane has school and work and college applications and sportsand of course Key Club! How does she fit all of this into one day?
The answer is time management! As we start 2012 there’s probably 
going to be quite a few additional duties you will have to do as apartof your Key Club duties such as training a new set of officers in thenext few months, preparing your awards applications and items forDistrict Convention [DCON] and doing extra fundraisers. One thingbeing a Lieutenant Governor has taught me is how to balance a mil-lions things at once. New Years is normally the time when we makeour resolutions which for a lot of the people is to get organized athome but why not make your resolution to get organized with Key Club and your other activities by utilizing things such as check lists,calendars, reminders on your phone or computers and any other way  you see fit to organize your life. I know when I have a lot to do I setgoals for each hour in order to get everything I want done. Organize
 yourself however you want! It’s not how you get organized but just
that you do it. Also keep in mind that I am just a call away if the
stress starts getting to you. I’m happy to help you in any way 
necessary 
!
Includes Breakfast & Lunch!

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