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KIWANIS CLUB OF TYSONS CORNER, VIRGINIA
Organized June 23, 1998
Sponsor Arlington
NoVa Region
Key #15461
Name Change to Tysons Corner/McLean 2009 - 2010

1998 - 1999
President Sarah J. Butcher, SecretaryJeffrey M. Wolff
Membership Oct 1 - 27

1999 - 2000
President Jeffrey M. Wolff, Secretary W. Scott Schmidt
Membership Oct 1 - 18

2000 - 2001
President Christine M. Sivigny, Secretary Sarah J. Butcher
Membership Oct 1 - 19
District Circle K Administrator Heather Wilford

2001 - 2002
President Sara J. Butcher, Secretary Sarah Butcher
Membership Oct. 1 - 18, Attendance 85%
District Circle K Administrator Heather Wilford

Year End: 84 Projects Completed, 1053 Service Hours, $495 Spent, 31 Interclubs

2002 - 2003
President W. Scott Schmidt, Secretary Sarah J. Butcher
Membership Oct. 1 - 15, Attendance %

Year End: Projects Completed, Service Hours, $ Spent, Interclubs

2003 - 2004
President Donna Hoogland, Secretary Sarah Howell
Membership Oct. 1 - 17, Attendance 91%
Meet (2nd, 4th) Tuesday 7:30 PM George C. Marshall HS
White Section: Interclub Competition Award

Year End: 57 Projects Completed, 1615 Service Hours, $595 Spent, 21 Interclubs

2004 - 2005
President Kristina Dlugozima, Secretary Jerome Corey
Membership Oct. 1 - 17, Attendance 78%
Meet (2nd, 4th) Tuesday 7:30 PM George C. Marshall HS
Distinguished Club Award
Website Contest Award

(From E-Builder, Feb. 2005) Tysons Corner Kiwanis had a busy fall and holiday season! Members of the club have been active at a number of different community service events in and around our area: the Leukemia & Lymphoma Biker Bash and Light the Night Walks, the American Cancer Society Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk, the Fannie Mae Foundation Help the Homeless Walk, cleaning our club's own stretch of "Adopt-a-Highway," purchasing gifts for children through the Salvation Army Angel Tree network, and covering books for a local elementary school library. Kiwanians from Tysons Corner have interclubbed a great deal throughout the past few months as well, frequently in the company of Governor Warren Kane, which is always a delight! We have been working diligently with our Key Club at W. Springfield High School, conducting an officers training and membership education night, as well as regularly attending their full club meetings. Additionally, we are working with a group of home-schooled high school students to start a community-based Key Club for them. Exciting things on the horizon!

(From E-Builder, Mar 2005) The Kiwanis Club of Tysons Corner, Va., is now in the process of working with a group of home-schooled students and their parents to start a Key Club. This would be one of the few community-based Key Clubs in existence within Key Club International. Since December, Tysons Corner Kiwanis has held three interest meetings and collected dues from four students! The group's first service project will take place at Pinecrest School, a private elementary school in Annandale, on Saturday, March 5th. Meetings are scheduled for the first and third Wednesdays of each month, to be held at alternating locations in Herndon and Tysons Corner. Plans are being made for the election of officers, the development of an online communication system and future service projects. The new Key Club is looking to attract high school students who are currently being home-schooled or for any students who attend a high school in the area who do not have a Key Club at their school.

Tsunami Relief Contribution $75

(From E-Builder, June 2005) Tysons Corner Kiwanis continues to be busy. The club and the Washington Nationals both scored victories when Tysons Corner Kiwanis hosted its Take Me Out to the Ball Game fundraiser at RFK Stadium on May 15th. The Nationals won the game, beating the Chicago Cubs, and Tysons Corner Kiwanis raised about $1300 for its service fund! More than 250 tickets were sold. Special thanks to those clubs who had interclubs at the baseball game: Annandale, Arlington, Colonial Capital, Fairfax, Great Bridge, Leisure World, NE Washington, Mitchellville and PG County Kiwanis Clubs. In other news, Tysons Corner Kiwanians recently participated in local events such as McLean Day, NKF Chili Cook-off, Relay for Life and more. Paperwork for the charter for the Key Club for home-schooled high school students in the Northern Virginia area and for the reactivation of the Key Club of Lake Braddock Secondary School will be sent to Key Club International soon!

Year End: 77 Projects Completed, 1,074 Service Hours, $1,119 Spent, 38 Interclubs

2005 - 2006
NoVa Region
President Kristina Dlugozima, Secretary Maureen Frank
Membership Oct. 1 - 16, Attendance 70%
Meet (2nd, 4th) Tuesday 7:30 PM George C. Marshall HS
District Chair Administrator Circle K & District Convention Jeffrey Wolff
District Chair Young Children Priority One David Lurie
Distinquished Club Award
Interclub Award - White Group Winner
District Web Page Award

(E-Builder, Nov 2005) The Kiwanis Club of Tysons Corner proudly hosted a charter celebration for its new sponsoring Key Club and the first community-based Club in the Capital District on October 11th. The Key Club of Northern Virginia Home-Schoolers was chartered on July 11, 2005! The club has 18 members and initiated a number of service projects during the past year, including sending Valentines greetings to local veterans, packaging boxes of supplies for soldiers in Iraq, and most recently, Trick-or-Treating for Unicef for Key Club International's newest project – Kicking HIV/AIDS Out of Kenya. Members of the club come from the local areas of Fairfax and Loudoun counties. Club officers have been elected and are looking forward to an excellent year!

Year End Statistics: 116 Projects Completed, 1022 Service Hours, $515 Spent, 34 Interclubs

2006 - 2007
President Maureen Frank, Secretary Nicole McDermott
Membership Oct. 1 - 18, Attendance 49%
Meet (2nd, 4th) Tuesday 7:30 PM George C. Marshall HS
District Chair Administrator Circle K Jeffrey Wolff
District Chair Young Children Priority One David Lurie

Year End: 127 Projects Completed, 1497 Service Hours, $100 Spent, 58 Interclubs

2007 - 2008
President Jennifer Dugent, Secretary Kristina Dlugozima
Membership Oct. 1 - 28, Attendance 61%
Meet (2nd, 4th) Tuesday 7:30 PM George C. Marshall HS
District Chair Administrator Circle K Jeffrey Wolff
District Chair Young Children Priority One David Lurie
District Chair Community Service Jennifer Dugent

Year End: 118 Projects Completed, 1149 Service Hours, $160 Spent, 18 Interclubs

2008 - 2009
President Jennifer Dugent, Secretary David Lurie
Membership Oct. 1 - 29, Attendance 83%
Meet (2nd, 4th) Tuesday 7:30 PM George C. Marshall HS
District Chair Administrator Circle K Jeffrey Wolff
District Chair Young Children Priority One David Lurie
District Chair Community Service Jennifer Dugent
District Chair Key Leader Nicole McDermott

Year End: 164 Projects Completed, 1666 Service Hours, $2885 Spent, 29 Interclubs

2009 - 2010
President Stacy Bruss, Secretary David Lurie
Membership Oct. 1 - 31, Attendance 42%
Meet (2nd, 4th) Tuesday 7:30 PM George C. Marshall HS Room 229A
District Chair Administrator Circle K Jeffrey Wolff
District Chair Key Leader Nicole McDermott
District Chair Builders Clubs Jennifer (Dugent) Wolff
Changed name to Tysons Corner/McLean

Year End: 121 Projects, 1360 Service Hours, $1,227 Spent, 25 Interclubs, $262 CD Foundation