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Greetings, Pacific Northwest District Key Clubbers!

Hello, PNW! Welcome to the seventh bi-weekly update. This update will focus largely on an amazing opportunity for clubs within the Pacific Northwest to receive financial support for their service project, the Pacific Northwest Opportunities Fund. Only clubs, not individuals, can receive funding so please contact your officers (Or, if you are an officer, bring it up to the other officers) to encourage them to consider applying! The deadline is October 31, so make sure to get to work. Please enjoy the update, and make sure to be on the lookout for the ESPRESSO mailing and the fall advisor mailing! Contact me at governor@pnwkeyclub.org if you have any questions.​
The PNWOF is a grant system for clubs and/or individual members that have great service ideas but don’t have the money to get it started. Your service project can be for the community or the District Project, KCCP. Every club and/or member in the PNW district will have a chance to receive up to $1000. The application form is available on the district website (hwww.pnwkeyclub.org/pnwof) and will close on October 31st.
APPLY HERE

This Halloween, YOU can protect many mothers and future newborns from Maternal Neonatal Tetanus.

Key Club International is a proud participant of Trick or Treat for UNICEF (TOTFU)! For less than the cost of a bag of Halloween candy, you can help provide a series of three doses of vaccine, which protects a mother and her future newborns.
Order your Trick or Treat for Unicef boxes today to get ready for the Halloween rush! If your club participated in Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF in 2016, a box of supplies has already been shipped to you. If your club didn’t receive it or if your club didn’t participate last year, your advisor can order boxes from the Kiwanis store now.

LEARN MORE ABOUT TOTFU


Watch Volume 3 Cup 2 of the RECAPpucino to get the latest updates and information from the District!

Volume 28 Issue 2 of the official publication of the Pacific Northwest District of Key Club: THE ESPRESSO
In this issue: 
- Recaps summer events
- Brandon Orick’s Key Club Story 
- Updates from the Executive Board and our International Trustee
- Preview of DCON 2018 and other upcoming events
- Club Spotlight: Kamiak Key Club (Division 21)

— Kiwanis One Day —

Each year, Kiwanis and family clubs around the world join in a day of service. Kiwanis One Day currently is held on the fourth Saturday of October. In 2017, Kiwanis One Day will be observed on October 28. Here is a link to the Kiwanis information about Kiwanis One Day:
http://www.kiwanis.org/clubs/member-resources/service-projects/kiwanis-one-day

Kiwanis One Day is a great opportunity to bring together the Kiwanis family of clubs to focus on local community service. It’s an example of our belief that kids need Kiwanis–kids in the community need Kiwanis to provide programs and services no longer available because of school and municipal budget constraints, and kids who want to be in youth clubs need Kiwanis club members as mentors to help them thrive, prosper and grow.
 If you have any questions, please email kfam@pnwkeyclub.org or contact your Lieutenant Governor. Don’t forget to hashtag your photos #KiwanisOneDay and #PNWKFAM!

 — Membership Campaign —

A new school year equals a new generation of freshmen to recruit into Key Club! Fortunately, the Membership Growth & Reactivation Committee has created the Membership Campaign for our district and it started September 16! In order for the Pacific Northwest District to reach our membership goal of 13,500 members by DCON, the MGRC Committee has released a plethora of promotional materials for clubs to start off the school year. We are pushing for each club and ultimately, division, to exceed their provided goal. The first three divisions who reach their membership goal will be awarded an incentive of pizza, ice cream, or donuts of your choice provided at a DCM. During DCON 2018, clubs and divisions that exceed their goal will be invited to the Governor’s Reception. Also, clubs and divisions will be recognized on the district’s social media platforms and future bi-weekly email updates for surpassing their provided membership goal.

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