Hello Hello Hello, PNW Key Clubbers!

It was wonderful getting to see you all at the Help End Hunger: Food for Thought webinar this past week. I’m looking forward to seeing all the creative and impactful service our district does to forward this movement.

Key Club Days 2021 registration is officially open, and features a unique hybrid program like you’ve never seen before. While I’m thrilled to present an engaging and meaningful experience virtually, I’m also looking forward to seeing you all at our first in-person event since the start of the pandemic. Regardless of whether you can join us in Federal Way, WA or Portland, OR, for the in-person components, I highly encourage you to register for the virtual program for a morning of spirit, service, and new opportunities. You can read more about Key Club Days and how to register down below in this update.

Your service and dedication does not go unnoticed. Please reach out to me at governor@pnwkeyclub.org with any questions, concerns, or ideas you may have. Stay awesome, PNW!

Key Club Days 2021 is finally here! Join us at Key Club Days 2021 for a program packed with spirit, education, and service. This year, Key Club Days is being hosted as a hybrid event, where you can choose to join us virtually through Zoom, or virtually followed by an in-person component at Wild Waves Theme and Water Park in Federal Way, WA or at Oaks Amusement Park in Portland, OR. Both options have been thoughtfully designed to provide meaningful opportunities to engage with other Key Clubbers, take up tips for personal development, and contribute to the District Project: Help End Hunger. With the new hybrid programming, you get to join in on the fun through our virtual program regardless of where you live.

Virtual-only attendees will have the opportunity to listen to our keynote speaker, Erin Jones, participate in a variety of educational workshops, interact with other Key Clubbers throughout the district, and learn more about the District Project: Help End Hunger. In addition to this, all virtual attendees will receive an official program and Key Club merchandise mailed to their homes. Early Bird registration is being offered until August 15 at a discounted price of $10, so don’t miss out!

In addition to the virtual program, virtual and in-person attendees will be provided lunch, all-day admission to the theme park, fun team-building activities hosted by your LTGs, and a service project. In-person participants will also receive an official program and Key Club merchandise upon arrival at the theme park. In-person participants will need to travel to Wild Waves or Oaks Park after the virtual activities conclude. Virtual only activities will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 12:00 p.m. In-person activities will begin with lunch at 1:30 p.m. Early Bird registration is being offered until August 15 at a discounted price of $40, so register now!

Key Club Day North will be hosted on Saturday, September 11, 2021 on Zoom and at Wild Waves Theme and Water Park in Federal Way, WA. Parking passes are available to purchase with registration.

Key Club Day South will be hosted on Saturday, September 18, 2021 on Zoom and at Oaks Amusement Park in Portland, OR.

Register for Key Club Day NORTH
Register for Key Club Day SOUTH

The District Convention Committee is excited to announce the 72nd Annual District Convention Theme: Service in Secret. We hope you’re excited to join us in all your glamorous decor and elegant disguises for the service filled masquerade convention of the year.

The DCON Logo Design Contest closes in less than a week on Sunday, August 1, 2021. We’re giving you the chance to win free DCON 2022 registration if your design is selected through the DCON 2022 Logo Design Contest. Showcase your creativity and get the chance to have your designs featured on the T-Shirt, Pin, Bag, and Lanyard distributed at the convention. For more information, refer to the contest rules below, or contact Convention Chair Isabel Yu at convention@pnwkeyclub.org.

DCON 2022 Logo Design Contest Rules

The Summer issue of the ESPRESSO, PNW Key Club’s official publication created by District Editor Rachel Haugen, is out now! The Summer 2021 ESPRESSO contains updates from the Executive Committee, member and club service spotlights, ideas for summer service, and more. Have a look at the Summer ESPRESSO with your clubs to get a good look at what PNW Key Club has to offer to enrich your summer service.


PNW Key Club can now be supported through Amazon Smile! Activate AmazonSmile on the Amazon mobile app or shop through smile.amazon.com with Pacific Northwest Key Club as your selected charity to have a portion of your eligible purchases donated to Key Club at no extra cost to you.

Follow the instructions below to activate AmazonSmile on the mobile app.

Lieutenant Governors are vital to the health of each Key Club division, and serve as the critical connection between the club and district levels. Clubs in divisions that have no Lieutenant Governors serving them lose a consistent source of relevant updates, resources, and leadership.

The following divisions have Lieutenant Governor vacancies.

  • Division 9
  • Division 42V
  • Division 46
  • Division 48
  • Division 50
  • Division 72
  • Division 74
  • Division 76
  • Division 78
  • Division 80

If you or anyone you know is interested and believes they are qualified to serve in the position of Lieutenant Governor, please contact myself at governor@pnwkeyclub.org or District Administrator Brian Egger at administrator@pnwkeyclub.org for more information on seeking appointment.

Contact: District Governor Alice Lee
Contact: District Administrator Brian Egger