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Greetings, Pacific Northwest District Key Clubbers!

Hello, PNW! I hope you are all having a great end of your fall semester and are excited about the holiday season. As we enter winter break, we also turn to one of the busiest times of the year for the District. For everything from dues collection to fundraising for KCCP to DCON season, the beginning of winter marks a time where it is especially important to get information from the District. That being said, enjoy the update and always remember to reach out to me at governor@pnwkeyclub.org if you have any questions
DONATE TO KCCP
Although the Past Dues deadline is behind us, clubs can still pay their dues and it is very important to do so. Dues should be submitted as soon as possible so that your members can attend District Convention 2018. We also need to keep working towards our district’s goal of 13,500 members. Dues can be paid through the Membership Update Center. After updating your member roster, you can pay your dues online through credit/debit or by printing an invoice and giving it to your school’s bookkeeper. If you need assistance, please contact treasurer@pnwkeyclub.org or refer to the Treasurers’ Training slides linked below.
LINK TO MUC
TREASURERS' TRAINING SLIDES
The Running for Higher Office webinar will be on Monday, December 18th at 7:00 PM. If you are interested in running for executive office, please register through the link below. The webinar will cover the duties of each position, share any questions you may have, share preparation tips, and talk about our personal experiences with running. We highly encourage everyone to consider running for higher office because serving as an executive officer is an incredible and rewarding experience. We hope to see many of you on Monday and please contact any of the executive officers for questions or concerns.
WEBINAR LINK

Governor Dmitri Saberi and District Administrator Brian Egger visited Division AYS in Alaska from November 30-December 3. They had the opportunity to sort items at the local food bank with Key Clubs in the Anchorage area and train officers, members, and advisors in both Anchorage and Kodiak, Alaska. It was a fantastic experience and Dmitri and Brian were hugely inspired by their passion for service! Check out this link to read an interesting article about a service project Kodiak undertakes yearly:

The RECAPpuccino! | Volume 3 Cup 3


Watch Volume 3 Cup 3 of the RECAPpucino to get the latest updates and information from the District!
PLOG ARTICLE
The District Projects committee introduced their plans regarding the next round of KCCP merchandise, and have opened up a store that answers YOUR preferences. Through the Google form linked below, the committee will not only collect your preferences to create the new line of merchandise but will also hold a design contest open to all members. Please complete this form by Wednesday, December 20th.
FILL OUT THE FORM HERE
Governor Dmitri Saberi and District Administrator Brian Egger visited Division AYS in Alaska from November 30-December 3. They had the opportunity to sort items at the local food bank with Key Clubs in the Anchorage area and train officers, members, and advisors in both Anchorage and Kodiak, Alaska. It was a fantastic experience and Dmitri and Brian were hugely inspired by their passion for service! Check out this link to read an interesting article about a service project Kodiak undertakes yearly:
READ THE ARTICLE
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