Kasey`s Chronicles - The Great Alabama District of Key Club

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Kasey`s Chronicles - The Great Alabama District of Key Club
TABLE OF CONTENTS Kasey’s Chronicles
Division Seven April Newsletter
Newsletter #1
Page One April, 2014
Lieutenant Governor’s Address
Hello Everyone! My name is Kasey Gamble, and I am your new Division Seven Lieutenant Governor! I am looking forward to an exciting year packed with service opportunities! It is going to be a great year! As this school year comes to an end, I ask that you continue to serve your community throughout the spring and summer. I am hoping to visit each school in our division before school lets out this May. I am so anxious to meet you all in person, as a personal relationship is crucial for a successful year. I will be in contact with you soon to set up a date and time. My contact information is listed below. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions, comments, or concerns. You can reach me by email, text, or call anytime after 3:15 on weekdays, and any time on weekends. I wish you all a wonderful month! Yours in Service, Kasey Gamble Lt. Governor of Division Seven •
Lieutenant Governor’s Address •
Upcoming Events •
Club of the month Page Two •
District Project •
Youth Opportunities Fund •
Club Officer Elections •
Meet your District Board UPCOMING EVENTS •
International Convention ICON will be held in Anaheim, California this year. If you are interested in attending, you can visit www.alabamakeyclub.org for more information. Contact Information Kasey Gamble 553 Eagle Pointe Lane Pell City, AL 35128 [email protected] Cell: (205) 473‐2986 CLUB OF THE MONTH This month, I’d like to congratulate Leeds High School for the charter of their key club! Welcome to Division Seven, Leeds! We look forward to working with you this year! YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES FUND Our 2014-2015 District Project
Our District Project this year is called “Change for Children.” Our district will be focusing on raising money to build a Pediatric Dialysis Unit for Children’s Hospital. Our goal is to raise $40,000 for this project. We are also continuing to raise money for Reading is Fundamental (RIF), and UNICEF. Our goal is to raise $5,000 for each of these organizations. This brings our district to a grand goal of $50,000 throughout this year. While keeping Children’s The Youth Opportunities Fund, or YOF, is an endowed fund for Key Club International held in the Kiwanis International Foundation. YOF is a grant given to a specific key clubber or key club, to support a service project that school is planning on holding. You can apply for YOF by going to www.alabamakeyclub.org, locating the “club resources” tab, and finding the “Youth Opportunities Fund Application” link. Each club should apply for this grant, as it could benefit your community tremendously. Hospital in mind as an all year project, please focus on RIF in the spring, and UNICEF in the fall. I am confident this district can reach our goal of $50,000. CLUB OFFICER ELECTIONS Meet Your 2014‐2015 District Board! If you have not elected club officers yet, I strongly advise you do so before school lets out. Once you have new officers in place, please fill out the Club officer Info form located on the home page of www.alabamakeyclub.org. 

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