Presentation on theme: "2014-2015 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."— Presentation transcript:
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.
WHAT IS KEY CLUB? Key Club was started in 1925 and is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. Key Club has approximately 260,000 members in approximately 5,000 clubs. Key Club is represented in over 31 countries.
THE OFFICERS President: Rylee Wagner Vice President: Savanna Burnup Secretary: Jessica Mack Treasurer: Brianna Burnup Editor: Isabel Valencia and Elisha Santiago Class Directors Senior: Shannia Fullerton Junior: Kayla Bartel Sophomore: Daniel Hartless Freshmen: Elections next meeting, October 9! Division 7 Lt. Governor: William Woulard (Deland High School)
VOLUNTEER TRAINING SESSIONS Must attend only once during high school to start earning community service hours. NO VOLUNTEER HOURS COUNT UNTIL YOU ATTEND A SESSION! Held in lecture hall across from main office during the first half of lunch (11:02-11:37) Max 50 students: Sign up in guidance on clipboard next to the volunteer bulletin board Tues. October 21 Tues. November 20 Tues. December 9…
DUES $25 The Breakdown: $4.50 for the Florida District $7.00 for Key Club International $13.50 for the club Shirts Fundraisers/Events Snacks Turn in money by October 24 in order to receive an official Key Club shirt
LAST YEARS EVENTS Relay for Life Veterans Breakfast Roadside/Campus clean-ups Special Olympics (western dance) Fundraisers Korn Boil Habitat for Humanity Spooktacular Santa’s Helpers (at the children’s home)
COMMITTEES SNAP Eliminate
NEW GOVERNOR’S PROJECT New Lieutenant Governor is Lauren McAllister SNAP Special Needs Awareness Program Field Day/Prom for ESE students Special Olympics
THE ELIMINATE PROJECT Delivering the cure for maternal and neonatal tetanus. Kills one baby every nine minutes Nearly 60,000 newborn children die every year To eliminate MNT from the Earth, 129 million mothers and their future babies need to be immunized The Eliminate project will reach the poorest, most neglected mothers and babies with additional lifesaving health care. The end of this one disease means the beginning of better health for so many families.
2014 – 2015 EXPECTATIONS Car Washes for Eliminate Submit entries into multiple District Education and Leadership Conference (DELC) contests Fundraise to send entire officer board to DELC More involvement with the Governor’s Project Habitat For Humanity John Knox Village Book Readings at Libraries What do YOU want out of this year? We will be setting up a suggestion box to submit any ideas you might have
DELC CONTESTS District Education and Leadership Conference Non-digital Poster Digital Poster Club T-shirt Club Video Oratorical Club Project Display (WE WON 3 rd PLACE!!!!!) Year in Review: Scrapbook (Traditional or Non- Traditional) Talent
KCKC Thank you to everyone who came to the Key Club Kick-off Conference! I hope you had fun and learned a lot about the mighty mighty Florida District of Key Club!
HOMECOMING PARADE Big thanks to everyone who came out to show their school spirit and support for Key Club at the 2014 University High School Homecoming Parade! The signs, banners, and shirts all looked awesome!
OKTOBERFEST FESTIVAL Friday, October 3 7 pm – 11 pm St. Pete Church in Deland 359 West New York Ave. DeLand, FL Volunteers to run the children’s games
SPOOKTACULAR October 24 and 25 6pm – 10pm Dewey Boster Sports Complex 1200 Saxon Blvd., Deltona, FL October 24: Teen Night! Volunteers to work the haunted trail as scarers. Come dressed in your scariest costume, and if you don’t have one they provide you with one and give you a monster makeover! October 25: Family Night Volunteers needed both for the huanted trail and to help run the games for the little kids COMPLETE BOTH WAIVERS AND HAVE THEM RETURNED TO US BY THE NEXT MEETING! OCTOBER 9!
TRICK OR TREAT FOR UNICEF Proceeds will go to the Eliminate Project Use containers to collect donations from family and friends during October “Trick or Treat” at a football game to collect donations. Hand out candy Home game vs Spruce Creek on October 17 th at 7:00pm Home game vs Lake Mary on November 1 st at 7:00pm Trick or Treating on Halloween
NOVEMBER Pumpkin Smash Fundraiser Korn Boil Veterans Breakfast November 8 Teacher Toy Drive
INDEPENDENT PROJECTS At every meeting we will have a list of organizations at which you can volunteer with independently, even if the club as a whole is not sponsoring the event. We do this so that you can ensure to reach your desired number of volunteer hours at a schedule that is convenient for you! New Horizons SGA needs help setting up for the homecoming dance. Meet in gym lobby on Saturday from 8 – 11 am.
NEW HORIZONS New Horizons Service Dogs, Inc. is a non-profit organization that partners trained dogs with the disabled, mostly in the area of wheelchair and mobility assistance. PUPPY WATCHERS Volunteers 1590 Laurel Park Ct, Orange City, FL help/volunteer
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