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Greetings, Pacific Northwest District Key Clubbers!

I hope that everyone is having a good month so far. I encourage each of you to start thinking about how you will be a positive force in your club during the upcoming school year, and how you will help your peers give back to the community.

On a different note, this past Sunday I returned from a weekend-long trip to Pepperdine University, for the first annual Thirst Project Legacy Summit. Also attending were District Treasurer Katie, District Editor Alicen, and District Project Chair Callia along with over 150 of the top-fundraising high school and college students across the country. It was an extremely powerful and inspiring experience and I hope that each club will take advantage of what the Thirst Project has to offer. In addition to the fundraising ideas pamphlet linked in this email, please be sure to check out the Thirst Project Road Warriors program to invite speakers to your school. Get more information by clicking the button below.

As always, feel free to reach out to me at governor@pnwkeyclub.org if you have any questions!

ROAD WARRIORS
It can be difficult for Key Clubs to come up with realistic, engaging, and unique fundraisers in the summer.  It is important to take advantage of local parks, favorable weather, and public venues that allow members of your Key Club and the community to have a positive experience while giving back. The District Project Committee has created a pamphlet to help your club combat a lack of fundraising ideas, and to encourage more Key Clubbers to get engaged with the Thirst Project. Check it out by clicking the button below.
SUMMER FUNDRAISING IDEAS
This Thursday, July 25th marks the annual Miracle Treat Day in the United States. Miracle Treat Day will be held on August 8th in Canada. We encourage you to take time out of your day to enjoy a Blizzard at your local Dairy Queen, because $1 from every purchase will be donated directly to your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. The Children’s Miracle Network is a preferred charity of Key Club International.
The Kiwanis Club of Olympia helps organize Olympia Harbor Days and you’re invited! Several Lieutenant Governors have already been invited to volunteer at this event targeted for high school students interested in Maritime careers. To learn more, please consider attending the Intro to Working on the Water workshop which will take place on Saturday, August 31st at 9:30 am. See the attached flyer for more details.
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