Hay! Key clubbers We are doing Food Drive for Retirement Home and Also if you could sew reusable face masks that will be awesome! Because face mask is becoming a nationwide shortage. you can also drop of encouragement notes.
drop of information :
11420 South Granite Place, Tulsa 74137
There will be a blue picnic table by the driveway
Food Drive :
they take any type of non-perishable and also toiletries. but they could use mac & cheese, wrapped dessert items, bags of potatoes and rice
Materials Drive :
100% cotton material for masks that needs to be washed in hot water and run through a hot dryer cycle.
I wanted to share some personal news this afternoon, and an update for the Volunteer Department.
After much consideration, I’ve accepted a new job outside the aquarium and will be starting Monday March 16th. My last day on staff at the aquarium will be Thursday March 12th.
Although I’m moving on from a staff position, I will definitely still be volunteering. I absolutely love the Oklahoma Aquarium and the people here, and I’m thrilled I can still be a part of the mission “to educate and inspire conservation of our aquatic world through interactive discovery.”
I leave the volunteer team in very good hands. Most of you know Chris Ray, who is currently one of our Guest Services Supervisors. I’ll let Chris tell you all about himself, but I will tell you that he is kind, professional, patient, smart, and very excited to move into this new role.
You can reach Chris via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. His phone number will be the same as mine currently, 918-528-1533.
I have been honored to lead the amazing Oklahoma Aquarium volunteer team. Thank you for your service!
This is a fun day full of service when there is no school! Please come and bring your friends to volunteer. There will be food available in Mr. McCown’s room for you to eat when you’re volunteering on this day!
There are opportunities to donate cans and clothing if you are unable to come and volunteer. You will receive service hours for donating items.
If you put your name in one of these signups, it means you will be there to volunteer. If you do not show up, you will be required to send an apology for not showing up.
If you sign-up for anything, please sign-up for this Big Event Remind!
Canned Food Drive
4 cans=1 hour of service (for up to 5 hours of service credit but more can be delivered)
Must be within 1 year of expiration (no earlier than March 2019 expiration)
Deliver cans to McCown 5222 by March 6th 3pm but can be delivered before then.
All cans will be donated to the Jenks Community Food Bank as more food is needed in springtime.
Nurses Office Clothing Donations
The nurses have asked if Key Club would do a collection of the following items for a closet for emergency clothing needs (high school student sizes):
New underwear and socks (1 hour of service for every package up to 5 packages)
New or gently used: leggings, sweatpants, t-shirts, basketball shorts. (1 hour of service for every 2 items)
All items should be delivered to McCown’s room 5222 by March 6th 3pm.
Teacher Breakfast Food Donations: bring items to 5222 by March 5th 4pm
JHS Teachers will be having breakfast before conferences on Friday morning. Please bring a food item purchased at the store for breakfast. All items should be delivered to Mr. McCown’s classroom 5222 (2nd floor building 5) by Thursday, March 5th 4pm. You’ll receive 2 points for every food item. Can be delivered any time on Thursday.
This is a fun event at the senior home in Jenks to talk to the senior citizens, eat snacks, play music, and dance. The seniors always enjoy talking to the students and bring your friends and have fun! You can help with set up, corsage making, running the event itself, or cleanup.
If you are interested in playing your instrument (solo or with others), please contact Maya Vance through the signup genius below.
Anyone can volunteer regardless of if you can speak or write in Zomi or not. We will write short children’s books in English and translate them into Zopau. Those who feel comfortable writing in English can write in English. Those who know how to write in Zomi can translate the English book into Zopau or can even do both. Also, it’s a flexible schedule so when you finish with what you’re doing, you can definitely go volunteer on the others places.
Date: 03/06/2020 (Fri.)
Time: 9:00am – 11:30am
Location: Jenks High School (Building 6 –> EL Resource Room –> Room #6165
Jenks is hosting the 5A Girls East Area Tournament on March 5th (Thursday) and 7th (Saturday), and they need Key Club’s help with concessions! As per usual, make sure you have completed and printed out a copy of your food handlers permit.
Election will be held at the March 12 meetings! Morning meeting begins at 8:30 to accommodate for speeches and afternoon meeting is at usual time.
Come to the meeting to vote! Each candidate will give a short speech (2 mins or less) and you can vote for whomever you think would be the best leader. Earn double points for attendance of this meeting (2 pts w/out shirt and 4 points earned if you wear your KC shirt to school!).
Salma Waheed, 11th (running unopposed)
VP of Special Projects:
Noah Pursell, 10th (running unopposed)
VP of Hours:
Evonn Annor, 11th
Ethan Chen, 11th
Vung Sang, 9th
Luz Arias, 10th
Cing San Kim, 11th (Hours) & Vung Aung, 10th (Minutes)
Julia Naifeh, 11th (Hours) & Lily Jiang, 11th (Minutes)
Howdy y’all! Our monthly carepoint volunteer will be this Thursday, the 27th. Very sorry for the short notice but we will be meeting from 5 to 7 pm, helping with processing clothes, and folding them. Nothing hard. Snacks will also be provided!