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Update From DCON!
Hello, Fellow Key Clubbers!
The LAMISSTENN District recently held it’s annual District Convention, DCON., in Natchez, MS. It was a huge success!! Each club appeared to enjoy their time and make new memories. The past District Board was able to do so as well. Though for them it may have been a time for goodbyes, they were able to forget about that for awhile and distract themselves with the fun and positive energy that each Key Club at Convention showed.
Thanks to all who participated in our DCON. You were a wonderful crowd and our District would not be what it is without you. We hope to see your smiling faces at ICON this year, and at the next DCON.
Also, a special thanks goes out to Cathedral High School in Natchez, Ms. Thank you all for your extra hard work and participation. You are a club that exemplifies the meaning of service. We could not have done it without yo
International Convention and Tour
July 5-12, 2016
You haven’t lived until you have seen an International Convention! It is a game changer for you as an advisor and for your club members. It is difficult for a member to truly understand the scope of the organization and the power there is in uniting passionate high school leaders from across the globe. Every time my club has had students go, they have come back on fire to lead projects. They hear about project ideas, meet service representatives from the major charitable organizations, and gain insight into how other clubs handle common issues. They become more invested in the organization because they get a voice in choosing the leadership–and they get to personally know some of them, further strengthening the bond. It is electrifying to be with all those cheering Key Clubbers!!
This is the time to start encouraging your members to go–and perhaps consider going yourself!! This summer we will be taking a deluxe charter bus to Atlanta, with stops on the way. Once there, we will be staying at the Atlanta Marriott –one of the Hunger Game movies was partially filmed at the hotel. We’ll be touring CNN Headquarters, World of Coke, Olympic Park,and the Skyview. We’ll go to the Martin Luther King Center, the Margaret Mitchell House, and Swan House. Once the convention closes, we’ll go on to Stone Mountain and see the laser light show. We’ll wrap the tour up with a full day at Six Flags Over Georgia.
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