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CNH|KEY CLUB SEPTEMBER 2010

VOLUME 2 | ISSUE 4

Please BEE green. Do not print this newsletter.

The Official CNH District Newsletter DIVISON 22 REGIONAL TRAINING CONFERENCE


Compiled by The 2010-2011 District Board

AUGUST 2010 | Volume 2 | Issue 4

LETTER FROM THE EDITORS

Hello. I bring to you the 4th issue of this year‟s District Newsletter. In this newsletter we have sprinkled pictures of club and division merchandise. We hope that you will read the executive and committee chair inserts thoroughly while taking a glimpse at what the CNH regions are doing around you. Who knows what you may take out of this newsletter, perhaps an idea or an inspiration. Your club may contact the lieutenant governor for further information about how he/ she did it and how it turned out. Don‟t believe that your club can not do it. Do think it over because you want the best interest of your entire club. If there is anything we can do to serve you for the future days, months to come. Please contact us. Believe that with the power of asking, you can do many things you would not be able to do if you did not ask. If you would like to be featured on the front cover. Start sending pictures to the visual archive too! This newsletter is for you. The work we do is for you and we are very glad that we can serve you. (Yes you.)

INSIDE THE ISSUE INTRODUCTION: Letter from the Editors……………….2 District Updates……………………….2 News for Officers and Members Presidents and Vice-Presidents…….3 Secretaries……………………………..4 Treasurers……………………………….5 Editors…………………………………...5 District Committee Updates Member Recognition………………..6 District Projects……………………......7 Kiwanis Family & Foundation……….8 Member Relations…………………….9 Policies Int’l and Elections…….......10 District Convention…………....……12

Buzzin‟ with spirit, Your 2010-2011 Executive Board, Governor Diana Nguyen Secretary Breigh Dang Treasurer Hue Tran Technology Editor Andrew Shin

CNH GOALS!

42,000 MEMBERS 750,000 SERVICE HOURS $100,000 RAISED FOR PTP 2

Region Information ………………...13 Post Script………………………...…..29

DISTRICT REMINDERS 1. Look up the dates for your Regional Training Conference on the Cyber Key. You can also ask your Lt. Governor. Advertise this event to your new members! 2. Send pictures to your Lt. Governor. It may be featured in a newsletter! 3. Prepare for Fall Rally. The registration forms are already out. Create cheers and fundraise the moo-lah.

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EXECUTIVE PRESIDENTS AND REPORT VICE PRESIDENTS WORDS FROM THE

THE DGOV

TO OFFICERS

What is a regional training conference? Why should you go? You should go because this is the sign, the push for you to go. Stop debating whether you should or shouldn‟t go. Just go. If you are more of the “I need reasons to attend person”, I will gladly share them with you. As a member, this is a part of the Key Club experience. Whether the regional training conference will grab your interest or not, it is a part of the Key Club experience that you paid for. The Lt. Governors who put it together have worked so hard. All you need to do is sit back and enjoy. This can be your eye opening event to get further into Key Club. There will be a workshop or two that will ignite your passion! From this event you will take home spirit and hopefully something that will inspire you. The regional training conference is a great place to network. Gain service ideas and new friends to help you guide through the year. You never know, so just go! Now when you attend, you might have taken a step out of your comfort zone. Take another step because you are already out of it! Greet

CRUSH MELT BREAK

THE ICE

Break out the calendar because school is now in session. Jot down the dates of your RTC, Fall Rally, and Key Club Week! Those are some events that are coming your way and you need to prepare for them. Regional Training Conferences are held once a year by your lt. governors. This is the time when you can truly grasp the picture of your region and see the scale of Key Club. Encourage members to go. There is plenty of information that will be given and there will be plenty of people to see. If you have members who are on the borderline of attending, offer them a ride to the regional training conference. There is always the member who is too shy to attend, so give them a poke and ask them to come personally. It is harder to deny an invitation in person, especially from someone who cares. Key Club week is also coming up. Take this month to plan accordingly. Have your members memorize what each day it is. Make the week unforgettable. Have heads turn. Show that Key Club spirit! I look forward to seeing pictures that you will submit to your respective Lt. Governors too.

Remember to take plenty of pictures. Submit those in too.

Remember to introduce yourself to people. This is the perfect place to network.

GO GO

Remember to enjoy yourself. The Lieutenant Governors put the conference together for you.

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EXECUTIVE REPORT SECRETARIES WORDS FROM THE

THE SECRETARY

TO OFFICERS

Hi CNH Bees!

Hi CNH Secretaries!

As the school year approaches, remember that school is one of your highest priorities. Keep up with your school work, so that you can participate more in Key Club! As a district, we are well on our way to reaching our goals of 750,000 service hours, $100,000 for Pediatric Trauma Prevention (PTP), and 42,000 members! Help us reach our goals by staying active Key Club members throughout the year! Have you heard about the 2011 DCON Theme: It‟s a BEE World! This year‟s theme focuses on celebrating the international aspect of Key Club. Key Club IS in fact the largest international high school service organization, existing in 30 countries worldwide! Spread the theme and implement it in everything you do! Let‟s educate all of CNH about Key Club International and celebrate our organization! I hope to see all of you bees at District Convention 2011 in Anaheim, CA!

Hello CNH Secretaries! As a sneak peek to the 2010-2011 Secretary Manual that will be posted on the CyberKey shortly, here is an overview of the duties that you are responsible for as a secretary. WHAT IS A CLUB SECRETARY? A secretary is essentially the backbone of the club. He or she organizes all of the club paperwork and files, records minutes and members‟ service hours, completes the Monthly Report Form (MRF) throughout the year, creates a club directory, and much more! Basically, your club would be lost without you!! This position may seem a little overwhelming now, but once you become more familiar with your duties, this year will feel like a breeze!

WHAT DUTIES? WEEKLY - Attend all club/board meetings - Take minutes during all meetings - Attend club and divisional events - Keep members informed - Record members‟ service hours - Organize all club paperwork/files MONTHLY - Submit club MRF to your LTG, club president, Regional Advisor, and sponsoring Kiwanis Club by the 5th of every month - Attend Divisional Council Meetings (DCMs) - Provide service hour updates for members YEARLY - Meet with club officers to create goals and plans for the year - Create a club directory - Attend OTC, RTC, Fall Rally, DCON, and other important events - Submit the Annual Achievement Report score - Strive for District Tree recognition - Assist the incoming club secretary with his/her duties

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EXECUTIVE REPORT TREASURERS + EDITORS WORDS FROM THE

WORDS FROM THE

THE TREASURER Hello CNH BEEs! I hope you all had an amazing summer and are ready to start the school year off with a BUZZ. BEE ready to attract all those new members and show them how amazing Key Club is. Don‟t forget to pay your dues so you‟re an official member of Key Club. During those first meetings, bring your friends along just so they can experience something you enjoy to do. Who knows, maybe they‟ll love it just as much as you do! With Fall Rally just around the corner, remember to start saving up money so you can attend! This event is a massive gathering of Southern California and Nevada Key Clubbers! It is jam packed with spirit and love for Key Club. Also, it is a great reminder to fundraise for Pediatric Trauma Prevention! Help your division get to the top of the fundraising chart by fundraising, fundraising, recruting members to help fundraise, and just more fundraising!

THE TECH-EDITOR Hey Key Clubbers! Man! What a year that is starting to turn out already! Everyone should have started school now which where Key Club should start entering the lives of many of you all once again. If your Key Club told you of many events over the summer and you attended them, great! If you attended service events without any Key Club help this summer, even better! It‟s also time for Regional Training Conferences (RTCs), so make sure you go to your RTC! Whether you are an officer or not, there is so much useful information that will be given at your RTC. Words can not express how much you will learn at your RTC! Please go to your RTC! Lastly, Fall Rally is also coming up. Fall Rally North will be at Great America and Fall Rally South will be at Six Flags. I hope to meet you all and hope you have a lot of fun! Cause it will be! Continue to turn in pictures to your LTGs and have an amazing month of school! :)

FROM THE TREASURER Hello CNH Treasurers! It‟s school season, so BEE ready to attend those Key Club meetings. Don‟t forget that dues season is coming up, and the first batch of dues should be turned in BEFORE October 1st. Set an example for your club by being proactive, and completing your tasks on time. The earlier you do it, the less stress you‟ll have later on. Work with your club secretary to record and keep track of the membership dues. It‟s your responsibility to handle all the money, so make sure you are careful. Again, remember to process the dues in a timely manner! Remember to help your president out with fundraising for PTP. As a treasurer, you should help and see what‟s the best way to fundraise money for your school. Hold carwashes while it‟s still hot or have a movie night to bond. Spread the knowledge of Key Club and recruit more members! The more members your club has, the more hands you have for fundraising! Lastly, make sure you join the CNH Treasurers Reflector <http://groups.google.com/group/cnh-kc-treasurers> I am finishing up the Treasurer‟s Manual, so I will be sending that out onto the reflector. An updated Step-by-Step Dues Process is in its finishing process. Again, make sure you join the reflector. Check out the CyberKey <http://cnhkeyclub.org> for an updated file of Club Dues.

FROM ANDREW SHINFirst of all, I can‟t thank you enough for all the articles and visuals! The pictures that you submit blow me away on how much service our district has done. Expect the pictures to be viewed during the General Sessions of District Convention as well as the CNH Yearbook! As you may all know, RTC is coming up! Please make sure to go to your RTC as there will be important information about the position of Editor and how to do your job, if you don‟t know already. ;) Key Club International will soon allow us to hold webinars, so expect that in the coming months. The new design for the CNH KEY will be up soon! We are currently testing it! If you have any questions at all, please hit me up an email or send an email to the editors reflector! Thank you and keep up the great work! :)

-Hue Tran

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COMMITTEE REPORTS MEMBER RECOGNITION WORDS FROM

MEMBER RECOGNITION Hello Cali-Nev-Ha District, I hope you have all had a fun and service filled summer. Although months of testing, late nights, and hard work lie ahead of us, there is much to look forward to. Fall is the time to see your work in action, to serve your school, and to make your meetings move. With events such as Regional Training Conferences to Fall Rallies North and South, Fall is one of the busiest seasons of the Key Club year and school year. Soâ&#x20AC;Ś plan ahead! Make sure to mark your calendar, to promote all Key Club events to fellow members, and to check the Outstanding Officer Checklist requirements (if you are an officer), and ask yourself which events you still need to attend in order to qualify. Last but not least, please also utilize this time to prepare for the contest application process. Discuss with your club what awards you plan to apply for and who will be in charge of them. Good luck!

Questions? Be sure to check this newsletter every month for updates about the Member Recognition process. If you ever have any questions, concerns, or suggestions do not hesitate to contact me. I will try to get back to you as soon as possible With all due respect, Pierre Bourbonnais Member Recognition Chair Cali-Nev-Ha District Key Club International cnhkc.mr1011@gmail.com

DISTRICT CONTEST APPLICATIONS ON THE CYBERKEY All District contest applications for the 2010-2011 district administrative year have been posted on the CNH CyberKey. Although most contest applications are mostly unchanged, some contests did go through notable revisions and

some new contests were added. The following are some of the changes that were made to the contests. 1| The Bulletin Editor Contest was removed. In its place, the Club Newsletter and Divisional Newsletter contests were created.

2| The District Project contest was revised to include two new categories: Active Service and Promotion. Active Service constitutes of service projects that directly carry out the District Project Shine, while Promotion includes, but is not limited to, fundraisers and promotion of Project SHINE and its cause.

3| Club of the Year, Kiwanis Advisor, and Faculty Advisor contests were created. These are all new divisionallyjudged contests.

4| The Most Improved Club and Member of the Year contests are now divisionally-judged contests. 5| The Kiwanis Family Award was revised to be an Automatic Entry contest.

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COMMITTEE INSERTS MEMBER RECOGNITION MEMBER RECOGNITION CONTINUED CLUB AND DIVISION CERTIFICATES

Club and Division Newsletters certificates are resources available online on the CNH CyberKey under the ‘Resources’ sub-tab. Please use them accordingly to recognize clubs and members who have gone above and beyond.

CLUB LEVEL

DIVISION LEVEL

MEMBER OF THE MONTH

MEMBER OF THE MONTH

Awarded each month to the member who has demonstrated excellence in fundraising, spirit, and service. Awarded at the discretion of Club Board.

Awarded each month to the member who has demonstrated excellence in fundraising, spirit, and service. Awarded at the discretion of the Divisional Board.

MOST FUNDS RAISED

MOST FUNDS RAISED CLUB

Awarded to the member that has fundraised the most money over the past month for a specific charity or overall.

Awarded each month to the club that has fundraised the most money for service.

MOST SERVICE HOURS

MOST SERVICE HOURS CLUB

Awarded each month to the member that has accumulated the most service hours.

Awarded each month to the club that has the most total service hours.

MOST SPRITED

MOST SPIRITED CLUB

Awarded each month to a member who has demonstrated the most Key Club spirit. Awarded at the discretion of Club Board.

Awarded each month to the club that has demonstrated the most Key Club spirit. Awarded at the discretion of the Divisional Board.

OUTSTANDING OFFICER

CLUB OF THE MONTH

Awarded each month to an officer who has gone above and beyond in fulfilling his or her duties. Awarded at the discretion of Club President and club advisor.

Awarded each month to the club that has demonstrated excellence in fundraising, spirit, and service. Awarded at the discretion of the Divisional Board.

COMPLETED 50 HOURS OF SERVICE Awarded to any club member who has completed at least 50 hours of service during the current district administrative year as outlined in the Key Club International Guidebook.

WHERE AND HOW TO USE THEM CLUB LEVEL

DIVISION LEVEL

These certificates should be presented by the Club President and/or Club Board of Officers to outstanding members and officers on a monthly basis. These require the signature of the Club President and Faculty or Kiwanis Advisor. The ‘Completed 50 Hours of Service’ certificate should be presented to members as soon as they have completed at least 50 Hours of Service.

These certificates should be presented by the Divisional Lieutenant Governor to outstanding members and clubs at Divisional Council Meetings and/or other divisional events. These require the signature of the Lieutenant Governor and Regional Advisor.

WORDS FROM

DISTRICT PROJECTS In 1983, Marie Osmond and her family founded a televised fundraiser to raise money for children and children‟s hospitals. Since then, the small fundraisers, later to be named Children‟s Miracle Network, has bloomed into one of North America‟s biggest charities. Other than being a children‟s charity, what exactly is Children‟s Miracle Network? Children‟s Miracle Network (CMN) is an international charity which raises money for children with two main objectives: to help as many children as possible by raising money to fund children‟s hospitals, and to retain funds in the community they were raised to help the local children. The Children‟s Miracle Network raises over $250 million annually, which helps to fund over 170 different children’s hospitals, and has raised a cumulative $3.4 billion since 1983.

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COMMITTEEDISTRICT REPORTS PROJECTS CONTINUED WORDS FROM

DISTRICT PROJECTS Children‟s Miracle Network attempts to help as many children as possible, as much as possible, through combating any ailments that children may have. The organization also focuses on medical research, education, and outreach programs which all help to keep millions of children out of hospitals each year. In 1996, Key Club International partnered with Children‟s Miracle Network, and CMN became one of Key Club‟s three official partners. The Key Club International-CMN partnership raises approximately $35 million annually, helping to contribute to the $250 million CMN raises overall. There are numerous ways to help the Children‟s Miracle Network; Key Clubs participate in the Service of Champions Day, a service-athon which raises money to benefit CMN hospitals as well as the communities that participate in the service-a-thon. Key Clubbers can volunteer at local CMN hospitals (or any children‟s hospital), hold a Miracle Balloon Fundraiser, participate in the Six Flags “A Walk In the Park”, donate money on National Pancake Day, and much more! For more detailed information on Children‟s Miracle Network and how you can help out, visitwww.childrensmiraclenetwork.org and the CNH Key Club Cyberkey (cnhkeyclub.org). The District Projects Committee is currently working on increasing the number of resources for all of our different project initiatives, including the Children‟s Miracle Network. Throughout the year, we will be posting more and more resources pertaining to the Children‟s Miracle Network, so remember to check out the Cyberkey once in a while!

WORDS FROM

KIWANIS FAMILY AND FOUNDATION Summer has BUZZed away! Dear officers and members, Summer has brought forth lots of joy and changes. Now it is time to gear up for school and start advertising Key Club in your schools. One of the best ways to fully capture an audience‟s attention is to play videos and present pictures; including pictures with any level of the Kiwanis Family during a service project. Talk about the experiences and the importance of building this relationship with the familyJ! Also, it is never too late to get started on fundraising for Pediatric Trauma Program. If you are a Lieutenant Governor, encourage your clubs to get started on surpassing the District Goal for Pediatric Trauma Program. Check up on the clubs once in a while to answer any questions since they are all new officers. If you are an officer or member, make sure to research for some interactive fundraisers that you can in your schools now because Fall Rally is right around the corner.

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COMMITTEE REPORTS KIWANIS FAMILY AND FOUNDATION KIWANIS FAMILY AND FOUNDATION CONTINUED REGIONAL TRAINING CONFERENCES This is a great time to receive resources about your position in the Kiwanis Family whether an officer or a member. This way you can lead your clubs successfully and build better relations with the Kiwanis Family for support. The slideshow on KFF has been updated and will be posted on the cyberkey shortly. Also, our committee is putting together more resources for KFF that will be posted on the president‟s reflector very soon. Take advantage of them!

KEY LEADER Key Leader dates and locations have been posted on the Key Club Board Reflector. Make sure to ask your Kiwanians for support and your Lieutenant Governor for the possible dates and locations. The KFF committee highly encourage each of you to attend because of the incredible opportunities and lifelong lessons.

K-KIDS | BUILDERS CLUB | AKTION CLUB IT.. to become mentors for the younger School has begun! ItLET’S is alsoDO a time generation. If your home club is interested in co-sponsoring an elementary or middle school, start communicating with your Kiwanians, Regional Advisors, and the school your home club would like to co-sponsor. And if you have any questions, make sure to shoot the Kiwanis Family and Foundation Committee a question.

CONCLUSION Please feel free to contact the Kiwanis Family & Foundation. As a committee, our main obligation is to support the members in their relationship with their Kiwanis Family. Yours sincerely, Lorita Boghospor Kiwanis Family & Fdn 2010 - 2011 CNH District, Key Club International cnhkc.kff1011@gmail.com

WORDS FROM

MEMBER RELATIONS MEMBER RECRUITMENT

+ DUES

Recruit, recruit, recruit! Hello officers and members! School is starting and for many of you club rush/week takes place soon. Find creative ways to advertise Key Club. Recruit freshmen, retain seniors, and interest everyone in-between! Be informative, and provide visuals of service and fun. Pass out brochures, flyers, and incentives such as candy or bracelets. Create tri-folds and posters. Spread the word, and remember to emphasize INCLUSIVENESS to everyone. Joining Key Club is something to look forward and a great way to start off the school year!

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Pay Your Dues! As a Key Clubber, paying your dues will help the organization run at both district and international levels – providing funds for publications, membership cards, and pins, supporting charitable organizations and hosting events, insurance, and much more! Dues at a minimum are $11.00 total in the CNH District ($6.50 goes towards international, $4.50 district). Each club may differ in their price of dues, but may not exceed $22.00. Dues may be collected at your school as soon as possible, but may be submitted into Key Club International starting October 1 st, 2010. Check keyclub.org or cnhkeyclub.org for more information when available. Any dues submitted before November 1st, 2010 are considered “Early Bird Dues” by Key Club International (Note: CNH District does not emphasize early bird dues, but rather retention). The official dues deadline is December 1st, 2010.

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COMMITTEEMEMBER REPORTS RELATIONS MEMBER RELATIONS CONTINUED Closing Statement FALL RALLY Fall Rally is coming up in the next couple of months! Are you excited?! It is time for celebration, fun, spirit, and service. Fundraise for the Pediatric Trauma Prevention/Program, and show your pride, show your spirit at either Fall Rally North or South. Win the spirit stick, and earn that title of most fundraised division!

Fall Rally South What: $25 Pre-Purchase ($29 day of event) Time: 10:30AM to 6:00PM Where: Six Flags Magic Mountain When: November 20th, 2010

With warm regards, Jonhny Pham Member Relations Chair 2010 - 2011

Fall Rally North What: $29 Pre-Purchase ($33 day of event) Includes Bottomless Soda Wristbands Time: 10:00AM to 5:30PM Where: California‟s Great America When: October 23rd, 2010

MRS

General

Throughout the year, if you should have any questions, comments, concerns, or suggestions, please feel free to contact us! As a committee, we are here to support YOU as members of our great Cal-Nev-Ha District!

POLICIES | INTERNATIONAL & ELECTIONS Hello Cali-Nev-Ha District! This month, the Policies, International, and Elections (PIE for short) Committee created condensed versions of the International Board Voice and Leadership End of the Year Committee Reports, which display all of the work accomplished by the 2009-10 International Board and will be published via the officers‟ reflectors and Cyberkey. We also developed training materials (power point presentations and handouts) for our Summer Board Training Conference, where we trained your lieutenant governors about Key Club‟s policies and bylaws, up to date international activities, and the new scantron elections process we will be using to conduct elections at District Convention in Anaheim next April!

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POLICIES All of PIE Committee‟s proposed bylaw changes were intended to help organize our district bylaws, to make them align with our international bylaws, and to better organize them structurally. Each proposal was passed unanimously by our district board; however, the bylaws still have to go to the House of Delegates at DCON for approval. The proposed bylaw changes approved by district board will be posted in future months for your review before the House of Delegates, so you can have time to consider them carefully.

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COMMITTEE REPORTS POLICIES INTERNATIONAL AND ELECTIONS POLICIES In addition, we created a Key Club Policy and Bylaw Guide to help you interpret our bylaws and policies, understand the procedures for changing our bylaws and policies, and explain the purpose of and emphasize the importance of every Key Club‟s bylaws. This useful guide will be available on cnhkeyclub.org and e-mailed out via the officers‟ google group reflectors soon. PIE Committee plans on proposing several policy changes to help our district thrive and function more efficiently in line with our interests. These proposals have been sent to your lieutenant governor, so you can then voice your opinions and/or concerns on the proposed policy changes to him or her, which will then be communicated to our committee. Our committee also developed club level agreement to serve forms, an effective solution to help strengthen our district‟s commitment to service, to increase the effectiveness of our club and district events, and to help better the overall functions of CNH. We developed these forms for each of the main club officer positions in CNH: president, VP, secretary, treasurer, and bulletin or tech editor. These forms have a list of duties and responsibilities which club officer candidates should agree to do in office, if elected, by signing the document and turning it in to their faculty or Kiwanis Advisor in order to be considered an eligible candidate. We highly recommend that every club officer provide feedback on our rough draft agreement to serve templates by taking our surveys sent out via each officer reflector. These agreement to serve forms are optional (& alterable as each club sees fit), and are not mandatory for clubs to adopt.

INTERNATIONAL

ELECTIONS

The PIE Committee also developed a flier to publicize our 2010-11 International Board, and a Key Club International Educational Document with all Key Club officer positions‟ titles and descriptions, important international terms, and the overall structure of our organization. The guide will be publicized via the officers‟ reflectors and posted on cnhkeyclub.org. At the last international board meeting, our international board picked committee and subcommittee chairs and established future directives.

Elections by scantron is an innovative, technological endeavor that will increase quality and accuracy in district officer and international endorsement elections. Key Club Delegates will bubble in the candidate of their choice on a scantron sheet, instead of having to write down their candidates‟ names. Instead, Key Clubbers will have a big screen at the House of Delegates at District Convention that will list district officer and international endorsement candidates‟ names and respective positions they are seeking, so it will be clear and easy for Key Clubbers to pick their favorite candidates.

REMINDERS

1) Lt. Governor Candidate Training Conference / contact your Lt. Governor for details. 2) Early Bird Dues Deadline / November 1st 2010 3) Fall Rally N & S / visit http://cnhkeyclub.org/events/fall -rally for varying dates and times.

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In the future, PIE Committee plans to create Lieutenant Governor Candidates Training Conference (CTC) Promotional Materials, including a document explaining the benefits of being a Lt. Governor and the duties which the job entails and a CTC flier for clubs to use to promote divisional conclaves or lieutenant governor elections.

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COMMITTEE REPORTS DISTRICT CONVENTION WORDS FROM

DISTRICT CONVENTION

DCON REGISTRATION

After careful review of the District Convention budget, the District Convention Committee has approved the registration prices as the following: On time registration: $160.00 Late registration: $200.00 Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s never too early to start fundraising for convention, so please begin preparing for fundraising as soon as possible!

SUGGESTION Is there something you would like to see at DCON that was not present at previous conventions? Do you want to see something changed about DCON? Or do you have an idea that could possibly spark up the convention? Member input is very important to the DCON committee, so please donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t hesitate to contact us! (Information below) Ben Chon DCON Committee Chair cnhkc.dcon1011@gmail.com

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT IN

SEPTEMBER 12

QUESTIONS For Members

of the month

Q: If my friends are not in Key Club, can they still attend DCON?

A: No, they will not be allowed to attend District Convention. The convention celebrates and recognizes the Key Club member, and attending convention is actually a privilege for Key Club members who have been cleared by paying their dues.

-Willy Truong, Sunnydale High School For Advisors Q: As an adult attending convention, do I need to complete a background check? A: Any adult attending convention as an advisor or chaperone must be AT LEAST 22 years of age. A background check is required of all adults attending convention regardless of when they are registered. While the background checks are currently good for two years, we recommend submitting the form each year to be covered. If you have any further questions regarding background checks, please contact Mr. Bruce Hennings at the District Office.

Logo/design With the extension of the logo/design competition until August 30th, the logo/design chosen will be ready for promotion and use later this month! Call to DCON video The Call to DCON video will be ready for use by September 15th and it will be uploaded onto the CyberKey (www.cnhkeyclub.org). Please use it to promote convention!

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS DIVISIONS 11 & 31

REGION 1

MESSAGE

BOARD

DCM ALERTS

DIVISION 11 The division is doing great! It is growing slowly but surely! If this past OTC didn‟t put the Key Clubbers, I don‟t know what will. Still need shirt design for D11 New fundraising ideas RTC (Regional Training Conference) coming up! DIVISION 31 We have most finalized our division t-shirt design! We will rep our Division 31 pride at RTC! Clubs: Good luck at your first club meetings! Remember, if you have questions, feel free to ask them! Remember to fundraise for your club and most importantly for PTP! RTC is coming up soon! October 2nd at Mt. Carmel High. BEE there!

DIVISION 11 DATE: September 8, 2010 TIME: 6PM to eat and 6:30 PM call to order, ends at 8:00 LOCATION: Family House of Pancakes Location: 1900 East Plaza Boulevard, National City HOST: Itzel Coss Y Leon MAIN TOPICS: All of spirit!! Divisional and International! Fall rally! And more! DIVISION 31 DATE: September 18, 2010 TIME: 11am-2pm LOCATION: Deputy Lonnie G Brewer County Park La Mesa, CA 91941Host: Daniel Medina MAIN TOPICS: Key Leader, FRS, Rose Floats, T-Shirts, and more!

MESSAGE

BOARD

Remember to sign up for Key Leader! Promote Key Club! Especially for September! Recruit for Conference

Regional

Training

EVENT: Pancake Breakfast DATE: September 4, 2010 TIME: 7:30AM – 12 PM LOCATION: Rancho Bernardo High School Pre-Sale Tickets: $5 RSVP: none DATE: August 28th, 2010 TIME: 1-4 PM LOCATION: Poway Boys and Girls Club HOST: Vivian Yu LEADERSHIP WORKSHOPS: Officers, spirit, Key Club 101, running for office COST: $3 RSVP: d37s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

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DCM ALERTS DIVISION 37S DATE: August 28th, 2010 TIME: 4-5 PM LOCATION: Poway Boys and Girls Club HOST: Vivian Yu MAIN TOPICS: Officer Training Leadership Workshop: Officers, DIVISION 37N DATE: September 25th 2010 TIME: 12pm LOCATION: Sunset Park San Marcos, CA Host: High Tech High North County MAIN TOPICS: Regional Training Conference, member recruitment, and MRFs

DIVISIONS AT A GLANCE

DIVISION 11 CLUBS: 12 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Montgomery DIVISION 31 CLUBS: 11 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Helix

DIVISIONS 21 & 37N & 37S

REGION

TWO

DIVISIONS AT A GLANCE

DIVISION 21 CLUBS: 11 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Serra MEMBERS: 721 SERVICE HOURS: 259

DIVISION 37N CLUBS: 11 CLUB OF THE MONTH: El Camino MEMBERS: 413 DIVISION 37S CLUBS: 16 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Rancho Bernado MEMBERS: 976 SERVICE HOURS: 829.05

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS DIVISIONS 4E & 4N & 4W & 30N & 30S & 41N & 41S

REGION 3

MESSAGE

BOARD

DIVISION 4E •Remember to fundraise for PTP! •Always be serving in the community.

DIVISION 4N •Join our Light the Night Walk Team: Division 4 North Key Club! •Remember to recycle, and save your receipts for the recycling competition! •Continue to fundraise for Pediatric Trauma Prevention!! •You OTTER serve your community, and go to projects with your club! DIVISION 4W •Remember our deal about fundraising for PTP! •Don’t forget to order shirts •Have fun at your first Key Club meetings DIVISION 30N •Remember our deal about fundraising for PTP! •Don’t forget to order shirts •Have fun at your first Key Club meetings DIVISION 30S •Remember our deal about fundraising for PTP! •Don’t forget to order shirts •Have fun at your first Key Club meetings

DIVISION 41S •As school begins, be sure to prepare for club rush! •Promote, Promote, Promote! •Keep fundraising for PTP and DIVISION 41N •Start ordering Division 41 North Key Club shirts! •Start signing up for the CHOC walk! •Start publicizing Fall Rally! DIVISION 4E Date: Sunday, September 19th Times: 6:00PM Location: Angel‟s Stadium (2000 E Gene Autry Way, Anaheim 92806) Host: Beckman High School Main Topics: Dues and Membership Leadership Workshop: How to recruit members Project: Light the Night Walk: Walk for Leukemia and Lymphoma

Date: Saturday, September 18th, 2010 Times: 12:00pm – 1:00pm Location: Fullerton Union High School – Yearbook Room Host: CJ! Main Topics: Discussing effectiveness with membership increase, steps in fundraising and service, and upcoming events (e.g. the Orange County Children‟s Book Festival, CHOC Walk, and Regional Training Conference). Project: TBA DIVISION 30S Date: September 19, 2010 Times: TBA Location: Angel‟s Stadium Host: Kennedy and Fairmont Main Topics: Fall Rally Leadership Workshop: Project: Light the Night Walk DIVISION 41N Date: Saturday, September 18th, 2010 Times: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm Location: Colonel Bill Barber Memorial Park Host: Northwood Main Topics: Going over the pros and cons of the first ever Division 41 North Rummage Sale and discussing upcoming events (e.g. the Orange County Children‟s Book Festival, CHOC Walk, and Regional Training Conference). Project: Signing posters and cards for local heroes and soldiers overseas.

DIVISION 4N Date: Sunday, September 19, 2010 Times: 5:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M. Location: Anaheim Angels Stadium Main Topics: Fall Rally (Pediatric Trauma Prevention), Officer Training Conference, Key Leader, Scholarships, and more! Project: Light the Night Walk

DCM ALERTS

DIVISION 4W Date: September 18th, 2010 Times: 4-6 Location: Fountain Valley REC. Host: Main Topics: Carash total, events recap, & Upcoming Events

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DIVISION 41S Date: September 18th, 2010 Times: 1:00 PM Location: Costeau Park Host: Trabuco Hills High School Main Topics: Region Training Conference

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DIVISION 4E Purpose: Raise money for Pediatric Trauma Program Event Information: Date: Saturday, September 4th Times: 8:00AM-4:00PM Location: 4550 East Chapman Ave. Orange 92869 Host: Division 4 East DIVISION 4W Purpose: Raise money for PTP! Event Information: Date: September 4th Times: 10am-6pm Location: Chipotle @ Brookhurst and Garfield Host: Division 4 West Key Club [Ice Skating Fundraiser] Purpose: Start an amazing year by bonding with the division as well as fundraise money for PTP. Event Information: Date: September 25th Times: tba Location: Westminster Ice Skating Rink Host: Division 4 West Key Club [Light the Night Walk] Purpose: Raise money for Leukemia and Lymphoma Event Information: Date: September 19th Times: 6pm Location: Anaheim Angel‟s Stadium

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DIVISION 30S Event Information: Disney HalfMarathon Date: September 5, 2010 Times: 2:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Location: Disneyland Event Information: Light the Night Walk Date: September 19, 2010 Times: TBA Location: Angel‟s Stadium

DIVISIONS AT A GLANCE

DIVISION 4E CLUBS: 12 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Orange SERVICE HOURS: 2124 DIVISION 4N CLUBS: 10 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Bolsa Grande MEMBERS: 728 DIVISION 4W CLUBS: 10 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Fountain Valley

DIVISION 41N CLUBS: 6 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Irvine MEMBERS: 282 SERVICE HOURS: 520 DIVISION 41S CLUBS: 10 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Trabuco Hills MEMBERS: 488 SERVICE HOURS: 240

DIVISION 30N CLUBS: 12 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Fullerton MEMBERS: 514

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DIVISION 6 Continue to raise lots of money for PTP. YOU CAN DO IT!!! Check your emails regularly because communication is KEY! Also don‟t be afraid to ask questions or use the divisional reflector. They are for you. Start doing community service projects along with fundraisers. Suggest service projects to your officers to ensure service throughout the year :D DIVISION 36E Make sure you guys are turning your submissions in on time. The 5th for every month for MRFs. The18th of every month by 8:00 pm for all publications Plan to go to RTC because we are having a competition in our Region! Let‟s see which division can get more members to go! Key Leader is a great program. Officers and members research it and think of going. It‟s an experience you don‟t want to miss Please join the Division 36 East Google group and check the division website when you can. There are always important announcements being sent out through those. DIVISION 47 Make sure you are a member of the reflector and check your emails daily, Lt. Governor Maverick will be updating the Division on dates and times of events. Email LTG to schedule club visitations. RTC is October 2nd, 2010!

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DCM ALERTS DIVISION 6 Date: September 11, 2010 Times: 2pm-3:30pm Location: TBA Host: D06 LTG Main Topics: Passion in service Leadership Workshop: Project: Kiwanis patient dolls DIVISION 36E Date: September 17th, 2010 Times: 5:00-7:30 pm Location: Citrus Valley High School Bistro (subject to change) Host: Citrus Valley High School, LTG Lynne Nguyen Main Topics: Key Club 101, Officers, Fall Rally, Kiwanis, PTP, Spirit, Division Unity, service, RTC, Contests Guidelines, Cheers Leadership Workshop: none Project: none

DIVISIONS AT A GLANCE

DIVISION 6 CLUBS: 15 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Paloma Valley MEMBERS: 835 DIVISION 36E CLUBS: 7 CLUB OF THE MONTH: San Bernandino MEMBERS: 450 SERVICE HOURS: 147 DIVISION 47 CLUBS: 10 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Yucca Valley MEMBERS: 461 SERVICE HOURS: 147

DIVISION 47 Date: September 18th, 2010 Times: 2-4PM Location: Sunrise Park, Palm Springs Main Topics: How to BEE an awesome club!

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REGION 04 REGIONAL TRAINING CONFERENCE Purpose: Region Training Conference is for officers and members to understand more about Key Club International. Meet new people from your Region. Gain valuable life skills. Event Information: Date: October 2, 2010 Times: 10am-3pm Location: University of California Riverside Host: Division 6 Leadership Workshops: Cost: $5 RSVP: by September 25, 2010

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS DIVISIONS 28N & 28S & 28W & 38E & 38W

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DIVISION 28N RTC – October 2nd, 2010 Fall Rally South – November 20th, 2010 Key Club Dues are payable on October 1st DIVISION 28S RTC – October 2nd, 2010 Fall Rally South – November 20th, 2010 Great job this summer, pandas! We successfully raised $2, 045 for service last month! DIVISION 28W RTC Registration for all 28 Divisions by September 22nd, 2010 Make sure to pay your dues on time! Start training for Fall Rally Make use of your master list of service opportunities! DIVISION 38E Advertise RTC (Oct. 2, 2010) to your members! Fall Rally will be Saturday, November 20th Start thinking about dues! DIVISION 38W Money for Regional Training Conference in Vegas is due to your advisors by September 13th. Club rushes/Club days are a great way to show your spirit and to preach joining Key Club! Our shirts this year are individually ordered through the schools and we should have them by October!

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DIVISION 28N Date:Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 Times: 5:00pm Location: Shadow Ridge HS Host: Shadow Ridge HS Main Topics: RTC, Fall Rally, Key Club Dues, and Member Recruitment/ Retention Leadership Workshop: Recruitment/ Retention DIVISION 28S Date: Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 Times: 5:00PM-6:00PM Location: Silverado High School Host: Silverado High School Main Topics: RTC, Fall Rally, club dues. DIVISION 28W Date: September 7, 2010 Times: 5-6:30 PM Location: NWCTA Host: NWCTA Main Topics: RTC, MRF‟s, Key Club Norms Leadership Workshop: BEE Proactive Project: School Supply Drive

DIVISIONS AT A GLANCE

DIVISION 28N CLUBS: 14 CLUB OF THE MONTH: East Career & Technical Academy MEMBERS: 1001 DIVISION 28S CLUBS: 10 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Del Sol MEMBERS: 764 SERVICE HOURS: 331 DIVISION 28W CLUBS: 13 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Spring Valley MEMBERS: 1137 SERVICE HOURS: 351 DIVISION 38E CLUBS: 7 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Sultana MEMBERS: 400 SERVICE HOURS: 300 DIVISION 38W CLUBS: 8 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Paraclete MEMBERS: 348 AND GROWING SERVICE HOURS: 300 AND ADDING

DIVISION 38E Date: Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 Times: 5:00PM-6:00PM Location: Silverado High School Host: Silverado High School Main Topics: RTC, Fall Rally, club REGION 05 REGIONAL TRAINING CONFERENCE dues. Purpose: Train and educate Key Club members about DIVISION 38W District-wide/Region-wide information Date: September 11th, 2010 Event Information: Times: 11AM-3PM Location: Sherman Burroughs High Date: October 2nd, 2010 Times: 8 AM - 8 PM School Location: Cimarron-Memorial High School Host: Sherman Burroughs Main Topics: Recruiting new members, Host: Region 5 RTC, Fall Rally Project: TREE PLANTING! =D

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DIVISION 38W

28W Kiwanis of Southern Nevada Foundation EVENT: Golf Tournament Date: October 9, 2010 28N Times: 7:30 AM Las Vegas Young Professionals Location: Bad Lands Golf Course EVENT: Kiwanis Family BBQ and Canned Food Drive Pre-Sale Tickets: $135 per player Date: September 11th, 2010 & $500 for Four Times: 5:00pm – 8:00pm RSVP: www.teamkiwanis28.org Location: Spring Valley Park 7600 W. Flamingo Rd. 38E Las Vegas, NV Kiwanis of Apple Valley EVENT: Club Meetings 28S Date: Every Friday EVENT: Kiwanis LTG/Officer Installation Times: 7 AM Date: September 18, 2010 Location: Apple Valley Country Location: Texas Station Club

EVENTS

EVENT: Duck Tagging Party Purpose: Helping tag ducks for the Kiwanis Duck race Event Information: We will be helping with Kiwanis to tag the ducks before the race Date: 9/16/10 Times: 4PM-6PM Location: Drytown Water Park Host: Kiwanis Clubs of Antelope Valley

EVENT: AV Kiwanis Family Duck Race Purpose: Kiwanis Fundraiser Event Information: Come to Drytown Water park to support Kiwanis Clubs of Antelope Valley! Date: 9/18/10 Times: 4PM-9PM Location: Drytown Water Park Host: Kiwanis Clubs of Antelope Valley

DIVISIONS 23 & 45

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DIVISION 23 Division 23 will have a DCM in September, but the date still needs to be determined Fall Rally North will be October 23 Don‟t forget to fundraise for PTP or Pediatric Trauma Prevention Please remember to visit your sponsoring Kiwanis Club as often as possible We will be putting together a video t o help w it h me mber sh ip

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REGION 6 TRAINING CONFERENCE October 16th Purpose: To inform our region in many areas such as officer positions and partners in service KIWANIS EVENTS/MESSAGES Kiwanis of North Reno EVENT: Kiwanis Car Show Date: September 11 Location: Deer Park in Sparks RSVP: Please e-mail me at d23.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com if you want more information

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS DIVISIONS 3 &16 & 25E & 25W

REGION 7

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DIVISION 3 Start advertising and collecting Fall Rally money Do not forget DUES!!! Start paying them in October 1st We will be having a Pretty Little Liars screening coming soon. If you would like to attend, please contact LTG Albert Adefuin! DIVISION 16 Please keep checking our tumblr page for upcoming fundraisers and service project events! Club presidents, please remember to have a fundraiser for PTP each month! DIVISION 25E We are still accepting shirt designs! Please submit them.

DIVISIONS AT A GLANCE

DIVISION 3 CLUBS: 15 MEMBERS: 920 SERVICE HOURS: 3949 DIVISION 16 CLUBS: 15 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Valencia MEMBERS: 1712

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DCM ALERTS DIVISION 3 Date: Saturday, September 25th Time: 3PM Location: John Burroughs High School Host: Hollywood Main Topics: AIDS Walk, Fall Rally, Club Rush days, fundraising

DIVISION 25E Date: September 28th Times: 1-5PM Host: Granada Hills CHS Project: Fundraiser

DIVISION 16 DIVISION 25W Date: Saturday, September 25th Date: Saturday, September 25th Times: 3-4PM Time: 3PM Location: John Burroughs High School Location: John Burroughs High School Host: John Burroughs Main Topics: Fundraising for PTP, Main Topics: AIDS Walk, Fall Rally, preparing for Fall Rally, Division shirts, Alexâ&#x20AC;&#x;s Lemonade Stand, American service projects, grants and scholarships Apparel Fundraiser, and Spirit Packs

EVENTS REGION 07 TRAINING CONFERENCE Event Information: Date: Saturday, September 25th Times: Registration- 10AM RTC- 11AM-3PM Location: John Burroughs High School Host: Division 16 Cost: $5 RSVP: Contact your Lieutenant Governors for more info! Division 3 LTG: d03.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 16 LTG: d16.ltg.cnhkc@gmail.com Division 25 East LTG: d25E.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com Division 25 West LTG: d25W.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com KIWANIS EVENTS/MESSAGES Kiwanis of Division 3 EVENT: Kiwanis DCM Date: September 20, 2010 Times: 6-8PM Location: Verdugo Hills Hospital

D03 EVENT: AIDS Walk Date: October 17th Times: 8:15 AM Location: 647 N. San Vicente Blvd. in West Hollywood Host: AIDS Walk Los Angeles D16 EVENT: AIDS Walk Date: October 17th, 2010 Times: 8:00AM-3PM Location: 647 N. San Vicente Blvd.

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS DIVISIONS 1 &19N & 19S & 13N & 13S

REGION 8

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DIVISION 13N Remember to turn in MRFs BEFORE 6:00 PM on the 5th of each month DIVISION 13S Turn in MRFs on the 5th of every month DIVISION 19N The early bird deadline (worth more PPPs) for Club Report Forms is the 3rd of every month! Promote Key Club at Club Rush. The more, the merrier! Interested in joining the Divisional Judging Committee? Contact me! DIVISION 19S Articles due by 6:00 PM on the 1st for Vice Presidents MRFs due by 6:00 PM on the 5th for Secretaries

DCM ALERTS DIVISION 13N Date: 9/19/10 Times: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Bellflower Kiwanis Hall Host: Sandra Lee Main Topics: Divisional shirt order forms, Key Club Week, Fall Rally South, Spirit Gear, Mock Rally Day, Treasurer/ Editor task reminders, and Calendar reminders. Project: Divisional Sunglasses, Arc Walk? DIVISION 13S Date: September 12th 2010 Time: 3pm-4pm Location: Bellflower Kiwanis Hall Host: Kyriacos Psara Main Topics: Division T-Shirts, Regional Training Conference, Fall Rally, Project: Arc Walk

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DIVISION 13N DIVISION 19N CLUBS: 7 CLUBS: 12 CLUB OF THE MONTH: MEMBERS: 781 AT A GLANCE Huntington Park MEMBERS: 450 SERVICE HOURS: 604.35

DIVISION 19N Date: September 25, 2010 Times: 11:00AM – 1:00PM Location: Santa Monica Pier (in front of Hot Dog on A Stick) Main Topics: Fundraising, Dues, Membership Retention/Recruitment, District Project SHINE, M.E.P, Spirit Gear Leadership Workshop: BEE a Leader Project: Beach Cleanup DIVISION 19S Date: Saturday, September 18, 2010 Times: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Location: Wilson Park Host: Michelle Kim Main Topics: Fall Rally spirit preparation, Review cheers, Updates on clubs, T-Shirt Designs Leadership Workshop: Vice President, Secretary, Editor DIVISION 19S CLUBS: 8 CLUB OF THE MONTH: North and Carson MEMBERS: 755 SERVICE HOURS: 859

DIVISIONS 2 & 8 & 26

REGION 9 DIVISIONS

DIVISION 2 CLUBS: 12 MEMBERS: 596

DIVISION 8 CLUBS: 10 MEMBERS: 485

DIVISION 26 CLUBS: 15 MEMBERS: 713

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS DIVISIONS 24 & 29 & 42E & 42W

REGION 10

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DIVISION 29 Check for service opportunities on the Key Club Project Shine link Send club MRFs to d29.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com by the 5th of every month RTC October 16, 2010

EVENTS

DCM ALERTS DIVISION 29 Date: September 25, 2010 Times: 2-3 Location: Kiwanis Club of Pismo Beach Host: Arroyo Grande High School Main Topics: Project Shine, RTC, Club Faires Project: Project Shine

DIVISION 42E Date: September 25th D29 Time: 5 pm New School Year Kick-off Locat ion: Simi T ow n Purpose: to bond and get excited about the new key community room club school year Topics: Fall Rally, RTC Event Information: Date: September 25, 2010 Times: After the DCM Location: Kiwanis Club of Pismo Beach Host: Arroyo Grande High School

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DIVISION 42W Oxnard Library 12 PM Focus: Incoming School Year

DIVISIONS 18 & 33

REGION 11 DCM ALERTS

DIVISION 18 DIVISION 33 Date: September 20, 2010 Date: September 21, 2010 Times: 6:15 PM Times: 6:15 PM Location: Location: South High, Room F62 Host: Host: South High Main Topics: PTP, Fall Rally, Kiwanis Family House Trip REGION 11 TRAINING CONFERENCE Purpose: To educate the general membership REGION 11 of Key Clubbers! Hey Region 11! School has started (for most of us), which means that Club Rush Day is coming up. Club Rush Day is your club‟s moment to show how awesome Key Club is! Club Event Information: Rush Day is the best opportunity for your club to attract new members to Key Club. Try to use Date: September 18, 2010 this time to plan on how you aspire to attract Key Club members to your booth. Along with Times: 9:30am – 2:00pm Club Rush Day, attempt to plan on how you are going to run your first meeting. BEE creative! Location: Robert F. Kennedy High School, If you do not have any ideas, feel free to ask your LTG (Nateli Sama or Stephanie Sanchez) Delano, CA

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS DIVISIONS 5 & 46

REGION 12 DIVISIONS DCM ALERTS AT A GLANCE

DIVISION 5 DIVISION 46 Date: Monday, September 13 Date: Monday, September 13 Times: 6:00pm-8:00pm Times: 6:00pm-8:00pm Location: Location: Host: Host: Main Topics: Main Topics: Leadership Workshop: How to recruit Leadership Workshop: How to recruit and retain members and retain members Project: focus on PTP Project: focus on PTP

DIVISION 5 CLUBS: 14 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Kingsburg MEMBERS: 778 SERVICE HOURS: 4 DIVISION 46 CLUBS: 13 MEMBERS: 740 SERVICE HOURS: 512

EVENTS KIWANIS EVENTS/MESSAGES Kiwanis of Division 05 EVENT: Installation of Kiwanis Division 05 Lt. Governor Date: September 25th, 2010 Times: 6pm-9pm Location: Old Town Clovis

REGION 12 TRAINING CONFERENCE Region 12 (Division 46 + Division 05) Purpose: Regional Training Conference Event Information: RTC Date: Saturday September 25th Times: 8:30am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2:30pm Location: Clovis North Educational Center

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Event Information: Car Wash for PTP Date: Saturday September 11 Times: 9:00am-3:00p.m. Location: 2008 Mc Henry Ave. Modesto, CA Host: Beyer High

Host: Division 05 Leadership Workshops: Make your meetings move, retaining members, Kiwanis relations, district projects, being a productive advisor, fundraising, Key Club contests, spirit. Cost: $5 RSVP: d05.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com or d46.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

DIVISIONS 10N & 10S & 15 & 35E & 35W

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D46 EVENT: Car Wash Purpose: Raise money for PTP

DIVISION 10S CLUBS: 11 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Montebello & Schurr MEMBERS: 1212

DIVISION 35E CLUBS: 9 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Nogales MEMBERS: 839 SERVICE HOURS: 431

DIVISION 15 DIVISION 35W CLUBS: 12 CLUBS: 10 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Chino CLUB OF THE MONTH: Sierra Vista MEMBERS: 1188 MEMBERS: 800+ SERVICE HOURS: 1093 SERVICE HOURS: 1406

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DIVISION 15 DIVISION 10N DIVISION 10S Date: Friday, September 24, 2010 Date: September 26, 2010 Date: September 4, 2010 Times: 6-10PM Times: 1PM-2PM, lunch at 12:40PM Times: 11AM-12PM Location: Center Ice Arena Location: Live Oak Park, Temple City Location: Rosemead Recreation Center Host: South Pasadena Main Topics: Paying dues, RTC, Host: Ontario Main Topics: Core Value of the Main Topics: PTP Fundraising, RTC, Upcoming events Quarter, Hoodies, RTC, Regional AIDS Walk, Music for Life, Fall Rally, Project: Ms. Key Club Winter Formal, Dues & Chartering, DUES Fall Rally, Memory Walk, JDRF Leadership Workshop: N/A DIVISION 35E Walk, AIDS Walk, Key to College, Project: Kiwanis Doctor Dolls Date: August 28, 2010 UNIFEC, YOF, Key Leader, DCON, Times: 4:00Pm-5:00PM Running for LTG DIVISION 35W Location: Kellog Park Date: September 18, 2010 Host: Nogales Times: 1PM-3PM Main Topics: PTP, New Members, Fall Location: Arcadia Park Rally Host: Arcadia Leadership Workshop: Main Topics: RTC, AIDS Walk, PTP Project: PTP Fundraising Fundraising, Key Leader, starting off DIVISION 35E the school year, Divisional Car Wash Please notify me when your club has and Wake-A-thon events/meetings! I want to be there! Project: PTP Fundraising Keep in touch with your Kiwanis DIVISION 10S sponsors! They‟re always behind you 100% Remember to pay your dues! Our divisional shirt design has been DIVISION 15 chosen and will be ordered shortly BOARD Divisional hoodies are $25 each. Look forward to Fall Rally! They will be ordered every month DIVISION 10N DIVISION 35W and passed out at DCMs. Please pay Two contests this month: Divisional Look out for Dues deadlines! at a divisional event.nThey will be Cheer Contest and Divisional TRemember to pay your dues! For ordered after you have paid. Shirt Contest. Contest Submissions more information g o to Bring your old cell phones, chargers, DUE: Sunday, www.cnhkeyclub.org and other phone accessories to September 19th. There WILL be Raise money for AIDS Walk! DCMs to be sent to March of Dimes, prizes! :) Our T-shirt and Hoodie design has an organization who has teamed up We have a packed month in been chosen! Check out the google with Ebay for this program to raise October, from RTC to AIDS Walk group to see them! money to fight prematurity and to Music for Life. Come to DCM to Keep on fundraising for PTP Seals! improve the health of babies. get in the loop! Look out for our Divisional Car Keep your hears open for more Don‟t forget to nominate a deserving Wash and Wake-A-thon! You all information on the Regional Winter officer/member for the Ninja Turtle have been doing very Formal coming up in December! of the Month award! Nominations well! Keep it up! Order shirts and spirit pack for Fall are due a week before DCM. Fall Rally spirit pack! Prices will be Rally with your president. Total cost given by next DCM! is $10.

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS REGION 13 EVENTS REGION 13 TRAINING CONFERENCE Purpose: Educate officers in how to perform roles & other leadership qualities Event Information: Date: Regional Training Conference Times: 11:30AM-5PM Location: AQMD Host: Leadership Workshops: Public Speaking, Teamwork, Ethics Cost: $5.00 RSVP: d35e.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com KIWANIS EVENTS/MESSAGES Kiwanis of Division 15 EVENT: Division 15 Installation Dinner Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010 Pre-Sale Tickets: Free RSVP: d15.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com; patriciacridland@aol.com 10N EVENT: Division 10 Movie Night Social Purpose: To allow members to meet KeyClubbers from their southern divisional counterpart Event Information: Date: Friday, September 17th Times: 5:15PM-8PM Location: Media Center, Temple City High School Host: D10 North and South 10S EVENT: Ms. Key Club Purpose: Key Club Pageant to raise money for PTP Event Information: Date: September 4 Times: 12PM-4PM Location: Rosemead Recreation Center EVENT: Pillow Fight Purpose: To fundraise for PTP Event Information: Date: September 25, 2010 Times: 5PM-8PM Location: Rosemead Recreation Center

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15 EVENT: Memory Walk Purpose: To volunteer at the Memory Walk in Rancho Cucamonga. Event Information: Date: Saturday, October 9 Times: 7AM-2PM Location: Quakes Stadium Host: Division 15 EVENT: Key to College Purpose: To learn about everything about the college from the Circle K of the Claremont Colleges. Event Information: Date: Saturday, October 23 Times: 10:30AM-5:00PM Location: Gold Student Center MPR, Pitzer College at the Claremont Colleges Host: Division 15 Key Club and Claremont Colleges Circle K EVENT: Ice Skating Social Purpose: To bond with Key Clubbers from all over Division 15 after the September DCM. Event Information: Date: Friday, September 24 Times: 6:00PM-10:00PM

35E EVENT: Tree Planting Purpose: To promote and create a more eco-friendly Earth Event Information: Date: Saturday, September 11th Times: 8:30AM-12:30PM Location: Altadena Host: TreePeople.org

35W EVENT: Divisional Car Wash Purpose: To raise money for PTP! Event Information: Date: Saturday, September 18th Times: 9:30AM-3PM Location: Arcadia Host: Arcadia

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DIVISION 14 RTC is almost here! Don‟t forget to advertise it to your members. Bring new members to our DCMs. Make it a club goal to increase your membership by at least 50%. You can do it! Don‟t forget to advertise spirit gear to your clubs! Especially for Fall Rally at Great America.

DCM ALERTS DIVISION 14 Date: Sept. 25, 2010 Times 11:00a.m Loca tion: Please contact cl ub presidents or LTG. Host: Yuba City Main Topics: Membership dues, Fall Rally, Fundraising

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DIVISIONS AT A GLANCE

DIVISION 14 CLUBS: 9 CLUB OF THE MONTH: River Valley MEMBERS: 422 SERVICE HOURS: 98

REGION 14 TRAINING CONFERENCE October 16, starts at 11a.m. RSVP: d14.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com

DIVISIONS 20 & 32

REGION 15

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DCM ALERTS

DIVISION 14 DIVISION 32 Do a Dine to Donate event during the second week of September for CMN Date: September 26, 2010 Closure date of Children‟s Miracle Network fundraising is September 26th Set a date for visiting Oakland Children‟s Hospital in early October & choose 2 Times: 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. Location: Santa Cruz, CA members per club to go on the trip. (Only clubs that fundraise for CMN and bring checks for the hospital are eligible to Host: Lt . Governors of Region 9,15,17 Main Topics: DCM, Collection of send members on the trip.) money for CMN, preparation for Fall All clubs are to set a deadline for collecting their first round of dues by October 15th Rally, dues collection and then send off their dues payment by October 25th Orders for the new divisional T-shirt will be taken at the September DCM Clubs are reminded to begin fundraising for PTP as soon as possible. It was suggested that clubs hold an appreciation dinner, and sell ad space on their placemats to make money for this cause. All clubs are reminded to phone Mr. Vaughn Held at the Disability Service and Legal Center to discuss possible activities to do for Project Shine. His phone number is 528-2745 Ext. 306

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DIVISION 32 CLUBS: 13 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Rancho Cotate MEMBERS: 262 SERVICE HOURS: 379

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS DIVISIONS 7N & 7S & 27 & 44N & 44S

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DIVISION 7N Date: 9/25/10 Times: During Regional Training Conference Location: Pleasant Grove High School Host: Davis Main Topics: Spirit, Fall Rally, Fundraising Leadership Workshop: Workshops provided at RTC Project: 30 Hour Famine

DIVISION 27 Date: September 25, 2010 Times: During Regional Training Conference Location: Pleasant Grove High School Host: Division 27 Main Topics: Fall Rally, spirit organization, fundraising updates

DIVISION 7S Date: September 25, 2010 Times: During Regional Training Conference Location: Pleasant Grove High School Host: Pleasant Grove High School Main Topics: Getting ready for Fall Rally, review of topics at Regional Training Conference, KeyLeader

DIVISION 44N Date: September 25, 2010 Times: During Regional Training Conference Location: Pleasant Grove High School Host: Placer High School Main Topics: FRN, Spirit packs DIVISION 44S Date: August 28, 2010 Time: 2:00 p.m. to 3 p.m. Host: Kevin Lee, LTG Main Topics: T-shirts, Fundraising, new mascot

DIVISIONS AT A GLANCE DIVISION 7N CLUBS: 9 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Luther Burbank MEMBERS: 438 SERVICE HOURS: 184 DIVISION 7S CLUBS: 9 CLUB OF THE MONTH: Laguna Creek MEMBERS: 1978 SERVICE HOURS: 1081

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DIVISION 27 CLUBS: 15 MEMBERS: 824 DIVISION 44N CLUBS: 10 MEMBERS: 480

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DIVISION 7N The school year is here! Don‟t forget to advertise Key Club to incoming students! RTC is coming up, so don‟t miss out on a chance to discover yourself as a leader and to meet Key Clubbers from other divisions! Use ALL of your resources to answer your questions! Ask other officers from other schools, and utilize the Cyber Key for information. DIVISION 7S Officers, please continue to check your e-mail constantly for divisional updates! Presidents, please ask me any questions about your newly assigned duties! I am available for contact everywhere and I will always get back to you as soon as possible (that goes for other members too!) Check out www.d7south.net and dow nl oad some awe some educational resources! Order your T-shirt today for only $10; profits will go to PTP. Order sheets will be due during RTC. Regional Training Conference will be held on September 25 at Pleasant Grove. All dedicated members and potential officers should make an effort to go!

DIVISION 44S CLUBS: 15 MEMBERS: 488 SERVICE HOURS: 358

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS MORE ON REGION 16 MESSAGE BOARD DIVISION 27 Maximize PTP fundraising now; follow procedures for submitting money to the Foundation. Pump, pump, pump it up! Pump that Grizzly spirit up! Start making banners and other spirit displays in your home clubs to prepare for Fall Rally! Reach out within the division: consider inter-club opportunities for joint fundraisers and events. DIVISION 44N The school year has just started, make sure you prioritize and get everything for school and Key Club organized! Advertise the divisional T-shirts and make sure to buy them for Advertise for Fall Rally North on October 23rd and start fundraising to send your club to this event! Don‟t miss out. DIVISION 44S Please come to the August DCM/ OTC. Mandatory for all officers. Continue to raise money for PTP. Continue to submit MRFs on time.

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EVENTS 27 Bear Creek Key Club Tandoori Chicken BBQ Purpose: Start off the new year with a Key Club Barbeque! Event Information: Enjoy a plate of Indian style chicken with salad as Bear Creek's Key Club starts the new year with a BBQ social. Date: August 28th Times: 12 pm - 4 pm Location: Baxter Park Host: Bear Creek High School Key Club

Middle College Installation Picnic Purpose: Install the 2010-2011 club officers. Event Information: Public installation of the 2010-11 officers and enjoy outdoor food and fun with Middle College Key Clubbers. Date: August 28th Times: 10 am – 4 pm Location: McKinley Park Host: Middle College High School Key Club

REGION 16 TRAINING CONFERENCE Purpose: To provide opportunities for members to learn leadership skills and meet new people Date: September 25 Times: 9 am to 5 pm Location: Pleasant Grove High School Host: Pleasant Grove High School Leadership Workshops: Officers, member recognition, District Project, Major Emphasis Project, icebreakers, spirit, etc. Cost: TBD RSVP: d07n.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com, d07s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com, d27.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com, d44s.cnhkc.ltg@gmail.com,

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS DIVISIONS 12E & 12S & 12W & 34N &34S & 43

REGION 17

DCM ALERTS DIVISION 12E Date: September 26th, 2010 Times: 11am – 12am Location: Camp Jones Gulch, La Honda, CA Host: Division 12 East Main Topics: Benefit Concert, Tshirt ordering, Key Leader, Membership Recognition

DIVISION 12W Date: September 26th, 2010 Times: 11am – 12am Location: Camp Jones Gulch, La Honda, CA Host: Division 12 West Main Topics: Divisional T-shirt design, Back-to-school plan, divisional service events, PTP fundraisers, club visitations

DIVISION 12S Date: September 26th, 2010 Times: 11am – 12am Location: Camp Jones Gulch, La Honda, CA Host: Division 12 South Main Topics: Divisional T-shirts, FRN, PTP Fundraising

EVENTS 12W Rock „n‟ Roll Marathon Purpose: Service Project with the city of San Jose Event Information: Date: October 3rd, 2010 Times: 5am – 12pm Location: Downtown San Jose Host: Competitor Group INC. 34N EVENT: Memory Walk Purpose: Service Project for Alzeihmers Event Information: Date: September 11th, 2010 Times: 9:30am – 12pm

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DIVISION 34S Date: September 26th, 2010 Times: 11am – 12am Location: Camp Jones Gulch, La Honda, CA

DIVISION 34N Date: September 26th, 2010 Times: 11am – 12am Location: Camp Jones Gulch, La Honda, CA Host: Division 34 North Main Topics: Divisional T-shirts, Lanyard Sales, Start of the year membership, DCON Logo, memory walk

Host: Division 34 South Main Topics: PTP Fundraising, upcoming concert, FRN, Divisional Shirt

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DIVISION 12W Spartans! Don‟t forget to PREORDER the divisional T-Shirts; you can only buy the shirts by preordering! The first orders will be sent by September 4th!

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REGION 18

DCM ALERTS

Island: Oahu Date: Friday, September 10th, 2010 Times: 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm Location: Punahou School Main Topics: Divisional Projects, Club Goals and Membership Development * Note - The no-sew blankets that were made at RTC will be donated at this DCM Island: Maui Date: Saturday, September 18th, 2010 Location: Maui County Fairgrounds Main Topics: Divisional Projects, Club Goals and Membership Development Project: Help the Kiwanis Club of Kahului set up their booth for the Maui County Fair Island: Hawaii Island Date: Saturday, September 11th, 2010 Location: Kilauea Military Camp Main Topics: Divisional Projects, Club Goals and Membership Development * Note - This DCM will be held during the East Hawaii K-Family Leadership Camp

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REGIONAL NUTS AND BOLTS MORE ON REGION 18 MESSAGEBOARD

DIVISION 22 Contact LTG David for more information regarding Kauai‟s DCM September will focus on the “S” in “S.O.A.R.” This month, participate in a project that supports our Divisional Service Project, One Dollar for Life. Consult your Service Project Booklet for more information. Begin collecting your club dues. As a Division, it is our goal to have every club submit their dues by October 15th.

DISTRICT CONTACTS

District Governor Diana Nguyen………….cnhkc.dg1011@gmail.com District Secretary Breigh Dang…………..….cnhkc.ds1011@gmail.com District Treasurer Hue Tran……………..…....cnhkc.dt1011@gmail.com District Technology Editor Andrew Shin…………….cnhkc.dte1011@gmail.com District Administrator Ms. Lotito-Byers……………cnh.kcadmin@gmail.com Service Leadership Program Director Mr. Bruce Hennings………......bruce@cnhkiwanis.org

DIVISION AT A GLANCE

DIVISION 22 CLUBS: 24 MEMBERS: 1534 SERVICE HOURS: 2484.4

District Convention Chair Ben Chon………….….cnhkc.dcon1011@gmail.com District Projects Chair Andrew Liu..…………..….cnhkc.dp1011@gmail.com Kiwanis Family and Foundation Lorita Boghospor………...cnhkc.kff1011@gmail.com Member Recognition Chair Pierre Bourbonnais….…...cnhkc.mr1011@gmail.com Member Relations Chair Jonhny Pham…………….cnhkc.mrs1011@gmail.com Policies Int’l and Election Chair Nathan Schlaffer….………cnh.kcadmin@gmail.com

POST SCRIPT: KEY LEADER Sign up for Key Leader. Scholarships are available for this event. Simply Google Key Leader online. It’s also on the front page of the Cyber Key!

Youth Opportunities Fund Do you need money? I bet you do. Apply for a grant at keyclub.org. The deadline is October 15, 2010. Apply soon!

Key Leader is a weekend camp that provides a one in a Money is awarded to clubs who provide life time experience. It encourages youth to step up in substantial information about the service project their community and be a leader. they will be doing.

Thank you very much for reading.

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