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ICON News and Changes

Posted by D2032 Tech on July 22, 2013 at 1:00 AM Comments comments (0)

New International Board

The International Board is above the district leaders of California-Nevada-Hawaii. The International Board is a group of 13 student leaders that are elected to make decisions for the whole organization itself. Remember Key Club is in more than 33 countries.

 

The following people were elected to the following roles:

 

President

Raeford Penny, Capital District

Vice President

Rachel Benoit, Louisiana-Mississippi-Tennessee District

Trustees

Alberto Berrizbeitia, Carolinas District

Roshni Chandwani, Texas-Oklahoma District

Renisha Daley, Jamaica District

Avery Hitchcock, Rocky Mountain District

Kelsie Hoppes, Pacific Northwest District

Madison Kemker, Indiana District

Casey O'Neill, Rocky Mountain District

Maria Palazzolo, Illinois-Eastern Iowa District

Michelle Petersen, Michigan District

Zachary Waldorf, New Jersey District

Eric Yoon, Capital District

 

New Key Club International Recruitment Video

The Key Club International Board earlier in the year approved $4,000 to make a recruitment video, and they have released it. The new short is titled "Shoes". Maybe use it at your club rush?

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Amendment Change

The following amendment has been changed:

 

Article IX. Districts Section 4. In order to form a new district, the proposed area must include *no less than 25 active Key Clubs and no less than 375 at least 450 active Key Club members. In the event a district fails to maintain this **club and membership level for three years, the Key Club International board may decertify the district by a two-thirds majority vote. In such case, the International director shall provide written notice to the governor and secretary of the sponsoring Kiwanis district and the governor and administrator of the Key Club district at least 120 days prior to any meeting at which the district’s decertification shall be considered.

 

In a summary:

An area must have at least 450 active Key Club members to become a district. If a district fails to maintain this membership level for three years, the Key Club International board may decertify the district by a two-thirds majority vote. However the International director must provide a written notice to the governor and secretary of the sponsoring Kiwanis district and the governor and administrator of the Key Club district at least 120 days before any meeting to consider or discuss the district’s decertification.

New Lt. Governor elected!

Posted by D2032 Tech on January 24, 2013 at 7:35 PM Comments comments (0)


Congratulations to Tricia Tran for being elected the 2013-2014 D20/32 Lt. Governor! 


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