Greetings, PNW Key Clubbers!

Congrats on beginning the new service year! I’d encourage you to take time now to celebrate your accomplishments, send off your graduating members, and set goals for your term.

Thank you to the nearly 1,200 members, advisors, and chaperones who attended District Convention (DCON) 2023 a month ago. I hope you enjoyed your time at DCON and brought home some great ideas to share with your club!

Additionally, thank you for all the support each of you has given me throughout my term. I couldn’t be more proud of what we accomplished together, and I’m so excited for this next service year. If you ever need anything, never hesitate to reach out to me at

With that, I would now like to introduce Nola Stenstrom from Yale Secondary High School in Division 18 as your District Governor for the 2023-2024 service year.

Hello, PNW Key Club!

I am incredibly excited to be serving as your 2023-2024 PNW District Governor. As the immediate-past Lieutenant Governor of Division 18, I cannot wait to lead on a larger scale and have the opportunity to support all divisions within the PNW.

Throughout my term, I have some primary goals that will help to expand and strengthen the PNW District. Firstly, I will work closely with the District Board and District Project Committee to provide various unique and easily accessible service opportunities to members. Through effective collaboration and timely discussions, we will be able to surpass our goals as a district and make a significant impact within our communities.

Speaking of surpassing goals, I will use equity principles to work more closely with geographically distinct clubs and provide any necessary support and/or assistance to LTGs and general members. Despite the geographical size of our PNW district, I will work to have equal representation and build unity by getting general members more involved with the district through active social media presence and by building Kiwanis-family relations within the club, division, and district level.

Although my main goal in serving as Governor this year is to focus on the member experience, I want to hear your feedback and make participation more engaging. It only takes one person to make a difference, so let’s put in the work, motivate and inspire one another and have a great year filled with rewarding community service to our homes, schools, and communities.

If you have any questions, concerns, or ideas, please never hesitate to reach out to me at or through Instagram @_nola.grace_. I hope to be a resource for you this year!

Hey Key Clubbers!

My name is Tin (like the can), and as a previous club president from Division 32, I am super excited to serve as your 2023-2024 PNW District Secretary.

After seeing the amazing spirit everyone had at DCON 2023 in Seattle, I am optimistic this will be PNW Key Club’s best year yet! However, the previous Executive Board has definitely raised the bar (shoutout to the previous District Secretary, Mia Shi)!

I hope the new service year has been a 10 out of 10 experience so far! Remember to take breaks and treat yourself. Especially with that summer weather coming up, a beach day is calling for you. I am super excited to see the journey Key Club has for us this year, and as always, don’t hesitate to reach out to me at!


I am truly delighted to be serving as your 2023-2024 District Treasurer and excited to be working with everyone in the coming year.

Even after nearly a month, I can still remember the incredible experience DCON 2023 was for me. I have to give props to the past District Board members for the incredible effort they spent to make it possible for us, and I’m hoping that we can start this year off with a big bang!

The beginning of the service year is the perfect time to brainstorm new ideas, start organizing fundraisers, and plan for the new year. I know that everyone is stressed, as the time for final exams and tests draws near (I know I am), but it’s important to rest and remember to take breaks.

You have all done an amazing job this past year so make sure you spend some time celebrating your achievements and remember to stay positive PNW! If you ever have any questions or feel like talking to someone, please feel free to message me at

Wassup Key Club!

I’ve been doing great and am so excited for this service year as your District Editor. If we didn’t meet at DCON, I’m Luke Wentzien, and before serving you here, was a club president in Division 27. Outside of Key Club, graphic design has always been a passion of mine, which makes me even more excited to serve you as District Editor.

Out here in Washington, the sun has been shining and I’ve been taking some needed time to enjoy the weather (even with exams!); I am so ready to whip out the blender and make some cool drinks! My local farmer’s market will also be opening back up, so fresh fruit and produce will be a staple for me in the coming months haha!

Throughout this service year, don’t hesitate to reach out to me at, I’d be more than happy to help you with anything you may need! I can always make time.

PNW Key Club requires clubs to elect their officers by March 31st. If your club still has not conducted elections, please do so immediately. Keep in mind that your faculty advisor should help oversee the voting process. Once elections are complete, reach out to your Lieutenant Governor to submit the contact information of newly elected officers. If your division does not have a Lieutenant Governor, please contact District Secretary Tin Vo at Submitting contact information is the only way your club can continue to maintain communications with and receive resources directly from the District, which is vital to maintaining the health of your Key Club.

For any questions and concerns, please contact District Administrator Brian Egger at

Key Club International is inviting all of its members to participate in a survey. This survey closes Wednesday, May 10, so let’s make sure PNW’s voice is heard!

Member Experience Survey

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We are pleased to report that nearly all Divisions have Lieutenant Governors now, some for the first time in many years. This is all thanks to the help of the advisors and Key Clubbers that nominated eligible students. However, we still need your help! 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 lack a consistent source of relevant updates, resources, and leadership.

The following divisions have Lieutenant Governor vacancies. 

  • Division 9
  • Division 22/24
  • Division 34
  • Division 52
  • Division 78

If you or anyone you know is from one of these divisions and is interested in serving as a Lieutenant Governor during the 2023-2024 year, please contact me at or District Administrator Brian Egger at for more information. I can assure you that serving on the District Board is an incredible experience and will help you develop your leadership skills.