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LB Key Club Meeting 9/17/13

Meeting on September 17th 2013
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Lake Braddock Key Club

on 18 September 2013

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Transcript of LB Key Club Meeting 9/17/13

DUES
$20 Dues
The officers and the committee chairs will not be collecting dues.
Please pay all dues to Mr. Brothers in room H215.
Please pay before December 1st
The faster we get the dues in, the faster we can register for a Blackboard site.
Lake Braddock Key Club
Point System
Q&A
(Anyone interested (as of now) in getting a t-shirt?
Upcoming Events
Going Green!
We are trying to save paper so please print off the point sheets at home.
All information and handouts will be either e-mailed, posted to the Key Club Facebook page, or posted on the upcoming blackboard link.
About The Officers
President: Kai Debus
Vice President: Jina Chang
Secretary: Hana Lee
Club Editor: Daniel Medina
Treasurer: John Kook
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 nation and God; and to combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.

Please remain standing.
Pledge of Allegiance
Senior
18 Years old
Senior
17 Years old
Senior
16 Years old
Senior
18 years old
Sophomore
16 Years old
Must get 25 points per quarter
Meetings are 5 points (This one counts! You're off to a good start)
Events range from 10-15 points
You must attend AT LEAST ON EVENT PER QUARTER
Please try to attend as many events as possible! They're fun and it is always good to be an active member.
Consequence of Missing Points:
Probation: member must complete missed points with the next quarter's set of points
If a member cannot fulfill the probation points within the next grading period, they face discharge from the club (no longer a member)
Bite of Braddock
Light The Night
Trick or Treat for Unicef
3k Walk to Combat Hunger
10 Points
We will try to invite a guest speaker for this event at next meeting.
Location: Reston, VA
Sign up at Lightthenight.org
(ELIMINATE)
10 points
Date: Saturday September 28th
Time: 8:00-11:00 AM
Location:Robinson Secondary School
The "entry fee" is either a canned food item or other non-perishable food item that will be donated to a local food bank.
5 points
Selling either cupcakes, lollipops, other yummy items.
3 points per box
The person with the most boxes will receive a prize at the end.
This is our biggest event, we fund raise a lot for this event.
Last year, we raised the most in Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware, let's do it again!
Key Club
Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
Objective
•To develop initiative and leadership.
•To provide experience in living and working together.
•To serve the school and community.
•To cooperate with the school principal.
•To prepare for useful citizenship.
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What do we do
Key Club International is the high school organization sponsored by Kiwanis International. Key Club assists Kiwanis in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world.
History of Key Club
The first Key Club formed in 1925 in Sacramento, California with 11 charter members. Key Club was the idea of two Sacramento Kiwanis club members, Albert C. Olney and Frank C. Vincent, who also were high school administrators. They approached their Kiwanis club with the idea of starting a junior service club in the high school. It would resemble Kiwanis, have its own classifications based on school interests and hold luncheon meetings.
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