LaMissTenn District News


LaMissTenn holds Kickoff Rally at Chalmette High

With the Rally Season upon us, it's time for all LaMissTenn Key Clubbers to get excited. Follow this link for Regional Rally Information.

LaMissTenn has returned from ICON in Anahiem, CA.

The amendments that were submitted, they were given approval from the House of Delegates. They are shown below.

Amendment #1

Presented by the Key Club International Board of Trustees

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 15 active Key Clubs and 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 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.

Amendment #2

Presented by the Key Club International Board of Trustees

Article VIII. Club Members

Section 6. Any person, not in high school or an educational equivalent, who has

performed some distinguished public service may be elected an honorary member of a

club for a period of one year. Honorary members shall pay no dues and shall not be

entitled to any privilege of a Key Club member. Honorary members shall pay no

dues but shall be entitled to all the privileges of full club membership except those of voting

and holding office.

Amendment #3

Presented by the Key Club International Board of Trustees

Article XXII. Revenue

Section 1. Each Key Club shall pay Key Club International, or its designated fiscal agent,

annual dues of six dollars and fifty cents (US$6.50), being membership dues and

subscription to the Key Club International publication, for every member, but not

including honorary members. Fifty cents of the dues of each member shall be deposited into

the Youth Opportunities Fund to create an endowment to fund grants to clubs and

scholarships. Dues shall be payable during a period of at least 60 days according to a

schedule set forth in Key Club International Board Policies and defined for each nation

taking into account academic calendar and financial practices of the nation. There shall be

no other fees or assessments of clubs.

Amendment #6

Presented by the St. Andrew High School for Girls, Jamaica District

Article VIII. Club Members

Section 1. The membership of individual Key Clubs shall consist of students from the

four upper classes (or the five upper classes in the Canadian Provinces where high school

is of a five year duration) of the high school in which they are enrolled. (or in ungraded

schools whose members shall be of age comparable to the four upper classes of high

school) Membership should cover one's tenure in high school as stipulated by their

education system. These members should be interested in service and qualified

scholastically by school district requirements for extracurricular activities and of good

character. No potential member will be denied the chance of membership in Key Club

due to previous service experience or lack thereof.

The following amendment was amended in the house:

Amendment #4

Presented by the Key Club International Board of Trustees

Article XXII. Revenue

Section 1. Each Key Club shall pay Key Club International, or its designated fiscal agent,

annual dues of six dollars and fifty cents (US$6.50) eight dollars and fifty cents

(US$8.50) seven dollars (US $7.00), being membership dues and subscription to the

Key Club International publication, for every member, but not including honorary members.

Fifty cents of the dues of each member shall be deposited into the Youth Opportunities Fund

to create an endowment to fund grants to clubs and scholarships. Dues shall be payable

during a period of at least 60 days according to a schedule set forth in Key Club

International Board Policies and defined for each nation taking into account academic

calendar and financial practices of the nation. There shall be no other fees or assessments

of clubs.

The amendment was amended and passed to have annual dues of US $7.00.

The following amendment was not passed in the house:

Amendment #5

Presented by the Key Club International Board of Trustees

Article VIII. Club Members

Section 1. Membership in Key Club International is open to anyone for the extent of

their secondary/high school education. The membership of individual Key Clubs shall

consist of students from the four upper classes (or the five upper classes in the Canadian

Provinces where high school is of a five year duration) of the high school in which they

are enrolled (or in ungraded schools whose members shall be of age comparable to the

four upper classes of high school), Key Club members must be interested in service and

qualified scholastically by school district requirements for extracurricular activities and

of good character. No potential member will be denied the chance of membership in Key

Club due to previous service experience or lack thereof. Members may only hold

elected office at any level of Key Club International for a maximum of four years.

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Congratulations to the 2014-2015 LaMissTenn District Board

At District Convention, LaMissTenn elected the following as its 2014-2015 District Board:

  • Governor - Tabitha Kearns(2013-2014 LaMissTenn Division 7A Lt. Governor)
  • Secretary-Treasurer - Hunter Burkhardt(2013-2014 LaMissTenn Division 9 Lt. Governor)
  • Webmaster - Erik Gudiel(2013-2014 LaMissTenn Division 8A Lt. Governor)

These are the Lieutenant Governors and their respective Divisions:

  • Division 3 - Daytona Guadet
  • Division 4A - Mallory Sontag
  • Division 4B - Ariana Budde
  • Division 4C - Vaval Victor
  • Division 6 - Corey Moss
  • Division 7A - Paige Guillory
  • Division 7B - Emma Bougeios
  • Division 8A - Kelvin Wells
  • Division 9 - Ashlyn Tullis
  • Division 11 - Ryan Hadnot
  • Division 12 - Landon Pederson
  • Division 13 - Richard O'Connell
  • Division 14 - Tommy Doung
  • Division 15 - Asia Harris

LaMissTenn also endorsed the following candidates for International Convention

  • Cameron CLatterbuck (2013-2014 LaMissTenn Division 13 Lt. Governor) for International Trustee
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