What: Bring in presents for families! More information will be told about the families at the meeting, but basically we’re going to hook some kids up with some awesome gifts! Bring in your gifts to meetings…..
When: BEFORE DECEMBER 16th!
Why: Spread love and cheer during the holidays!
How: Bring in gifts to Key Club meetings (can be wrapped or unwrapped). You can split the cost of a gift with a friend or two if you want.
If we get enough gifts from everyone, we can have a GIFT WRAPPING PARTAAAAAY!
So bring in those gifts everyone! Do it for the kids!
What: Serving hot cocoa and cookies to the kids at the Holiday Festival! There’s going to be other activities to help out with as well, like helping the kids make arts and crafts. Last year, we got to help them make sugar cookies (which were reallygood BTW, if that makes you want to come even more!).
So…not everyone in Key Club knows one another, and in order to bring our little KC family closer (and make it less awkward), we’re gonna have……………………………….
KEY CLUB SOCIAL PARTAY
Where: Veteran’s Park, Cypress, CA
When: Monday, November 23rd
Time: 11:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Games, food, community service hours….it’s gonna be the bee’s knees. We’ll be making holiday cards for kids in hospitals as well, along with playing gamez and eating foods. Try bringing some snacks! It would only make it cooler.
MORE INFO WILL BE ADDED AFTER MEETING TOMORROW! (11/18/09)
Where: Yorba Park, Anaheim (7600 E. La Palma, Anaheim, CA 92807) [use Mapquest to get directions please because apparently Google maps takes you to a different Yorba Park]
At this event, there will be fun activities for all generations. Adults will walk and participate in races while the children will enjoy fun activities such as face painting, decorating shirts, and the bounce house in the middle of the field. There will also be a “rock-a-thon” for seniors. (rocking chairs provided, hehe how cute!). Lunch and snacks are available, opportunity drawing, and exciting silent auction. Volunteers will help run these activities on the day of the event.
Also, if you would like to actually walk in the event, you can pay $10 and get registered to walk it up.
All money raised will be going to GHH’s various programs including Nana’s Kidz (feeding chronically hungry children living in local motels), Grandma’s House Women’s Transitional Living Shelter, and Grandma’s Room (senior program for seniors who have suffered domestic abuse)
General Info: Due to the District’s massive size, two Fall Rallies are held each year; one in Northern California and one in Southern California at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Join six thousand Key Clubbers this November for a day filled with rollercoasters, spirit battles, motivational program while fundraising for Pediatric Trauma Prevention. At Fall Rally South, LTGs and Executive officers are “auctioned” off to Divisions; the winning Division is able to then spend a designated period of time with the “purchased” officer. Auction funds and a portion of the ticket sales for both events go towards Pediatric Trauma Prevention and Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Date: Saturday, November 14, 2009
Time: 10:30am - 6:00pm
Cost: $62 (includes ticket and SPIRIT GEAR! :)
-$47 in check & $15 IN CASH!! DON’T FORGET!
-checks are made out to Kiwanis Club of Fountain Valley
D30 SOUTH Key Club is hosting a Mas KEY rade Ball the day before Halloween! Dress up, dance with friends, meet people from other schools, and help raise money for PTP (:
Date: October 30th
Time: 7PM to 10PM
Location: Boys & Girl’s Club of Cypress 10161 Moody St Cypress, CA
-$10 presale (ends October 25th) and $15 at the door with your HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ID -dress: semifomal -masks will be sold on location if you need one -food will also be sold on location -other activities (games, contests) will be held for entertainment -profits go to PTP (Pediatric Trauma Prevention!
*open to ANYONE in high school so invite your friends*
Come to Cypress Community Center dressed up in costumes and run game booths for kids! The event will have stage entertainment, games, “Trick or Treat Street”, “Spokey Alley”, and food booths. Please dress appropriately if you are wearing a costume bc we don’t want to scare off the kids. or get kicked out:/
WHO: Those of you that signed up during meetings
WHEN: HALLOWEEN DAY! Oct 31st
2 Time shifts: A) 5:45 - 7:30pm and B) 7:30 - 9PM
*****ONLY 2 PPL SIGNED UP FOR 2ND SHIFT SO I NEED YOU SOME OF YOU GUYS TO MOVE SHIFTS!
There will be a volunteer check-in table just outside the entrance of the Carnival.
Contact Annie via email or Cyp KC fb if you want to change shifts. it’s really important we even the 2 shifts out or else we might not be able to go!
What: Volunteer your time with an organization that supports victims of abuse/violence, and the law enforcement that protect our cities at an annual 5k walk/run to raise awareness and money for future campaigns.
When: Saturday, October 10, 2009 @ 5am-12pm
Where: Los Alamitos JFB
Why: Get your minimum amount of hours, and the satisfaction that your Saturday helped someone.
Contact Neil Meach for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is Guy Fieri. And he wants you to go to this event.
This event is all about food, so yeah, you’ll get free food here if that’s the first thought that comes in your mind :). There’s even gonna be celebrities from Food Network.
Friday August 7th
1) 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 2) Volunteers will help clean-up the room for the event, will be setting up vendor booths, and just setting up the event as a whole.
Saturday August 8th
1) 8:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 2) 4 volunteers @ time will be taking tickets for the event. 3) 8 others will be cleaning up aisles and helping out the vendors as much as they can. -there are three shifts (8:30-11:30, 11:00-2:00, 2:00-6:00) -For those working at the doors, you will be rotating with other groups of four throughout the day.
Sunday August 9th
1) 8:30a.m.- 8:30 p.m. 2) The same applies from Saturday. 3) From 5:00 p.m.- 8:30, Volunteers will be cleaning-upthe room after the event.
Location? Hilton in Anaheim (777 Convention Way, Anaheim, CA 92802)
Hit up one of the officers if you’re interested in going to this, or if you have any questions at all.